4 April 2016
Today, 4th April marks the day at which clear and complete Employer’s Information Requirements must be provided with all contracts and that BIM level 2 will be implemented on all centrally procured projects.
We are poised and ready to support our clients through these times of transition. Our team of experts are currently helping to deliver in excess of £1.4bn of BIM level 2 projects. We have extensive experience of working with developing the BIM requirements for employers so that not only are they compliant with BIM level 2, but that BIM works for them.
We have had great successes in finding ways to achieve the cost saving and efficiencies that BIM enables. We have demonstrable experience implementing the standards and not just that, but making them drive a lean, efficient and effective approach to the use of digital information that has very really cost savings attached.
We have worked with clients such as the Ministry of Justice, the Defence Infrastructure Organisation amongst others in developing their BIM level 2 compliant approach. Combined with our extensive experience working to ensure projects are delivered correctly and effectively in our role as client liaison we are safe hands in this area.
For an understanding of the formal requirements, go to BIM Level 2 website.
Below is a summary of these standards and their scope:
A BIM professional is available to handle any enquiries that you have about BIM level 2. We are committed to not only fulfilling the mandate, but to honouring the spirit of collaboration and transparency that underpins the BIM approach.
We are committed to BIM level 2 and the enhancing of our digital capabilities. We look forward to shaping the future together.
Find out how we can help you, contact us today. Henry Fenby-Taylor, BIM Implementation Manager. E: firstname.lastname@example.org and T: 0734 205 2683
Henry is our BIM implementation manager and is responsible for implementing and designing our BIM strategy and supporting the organisation achieving its digital ambitions.
He is a landscape architect, programmer and project manager. He is the author of the Landscape Institute’s book BIM for Landscape that enables landscape architecture and allied professions to deploy BIM level 2.
His passion is connecting people and information to make better decisions:
“For me BIM is about bringing people together, that’s what I’m passionate about, seeing that change in the way people work”.