Wessex Archaeology’s latest Buildings Information Modelling (BIM) article is about to be published in May’s edition of BIM Today, but you can read it now here.
This article concludes a series by Chris Breeden and Damien Campbell-Bell from our Geomatics Team on the application of BIM in archaeological projects. In these articles we have looked at the opportunities for using BIM and the difficulties currently facing those who wish to implement it in a heritage context. 
This final article looks at the application of BIM to built heritage, which whilst more closely related to the common uses of BIM, still raises a number of challenges due to the unique requirements of heritage buildings.
You can find the previous articles in the August 2015, November 2015 and February 2016 issues of BIM Today here.