Recent reports

A series of documents to provide clarity around BIM and give guidance on the do's and do not's.



EBOSS Survey 2018

Baseline information on the use of BIM across the New Zealand construction industry. Produced in partnership with EBOSS, these surveys are in a five year series that will chart the progress of accelerating the introduction of BIM in New Zealand. The 2018 edition is the 5th in the series.

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Barriers to BIM use in NZ - Research Findings

Keys findings of qualitative research undertaken with specialist trade and product audiences into the barriers to BIM use in NZ.

BIM Acceleration Committee - Three Year Report

It's been three years since the BIM Acceleration Committee got started and in that time there have been some big changes in how much the New Zealand construction sector is using BIM. This report describes how industry, BRANZ, tertiary education and government have worked together for better building process.

BIM101 – An Insight seminar booklet

Sharing joint learnings on BIM use in New Zealand, to highlight the need to change, explain how BIM and collaboration can help effect that change and start removing perceived barriers to BIM adoption.

Productivity Benefits

A compelling case for using BIM with real examples of the economic benefits it can deliver.


NZIQS BIM Best Practice Guideline

The Australia and New Zealand BIM Best Practice Guidelines have been developed collaboratively between AIQS and NZIQS and are an essential guide for quantity surveyors, cost managers or cost estimators looking to be involved with a project using BIM.

The guidelines can be found on the NZIQS website here, or downloaded below.

Archived documents

EBOSS Survey: 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014

These BIM survey reports provide baseline information on the use of BIM across the New Zealand construction industry over a five year period, starting in 2014. Produced in partnership with EBOSS, these surveys chart the progress and acceleration of BIM in New Zealand. 2018 is the most recent document.