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The BSI Flex 1965: v1.0 2022 is published to help specify BIM along the supply chain.

1 August 2022

Version 1.0 of BSI Flex 1965: v1.0 2022, which was sponsored by the Construction Innovation Hub via Centre for Digital Built Britain’s IM programme, is available for download now and is open for comment via the Standards Development Portal until 31st of August. This BSI Flex has been developed to help clients and asset...

Just published: Digital Twins and Service Innovation in Designing the Hospital of the Future

12 July 2022

A new whitepaper explores how digital twin technology can play its role in the future of a service-oriented environment – highlighting the potential benefits and opportunities as well as the challenges that can arise when implementing innovative digital solutions. The paper focuses on Moorfields Eye Hospital, leading...

Blog: Delegates discuss opportunities to optimise the value in PMV at the University of Cambridge roundtable

7 July 2022

The Cambridge Centre for Housing and Planning Research, on behalf of CDBB, hosted a stakeholder round table discussion about Pre-Manufactured Value (PMV) on 27th April 2022. As a keynote speaker, Mark Farmer, the UK Government’s Modern Methods of Construction (MMC) Champion for Housing and founding director and CEO of Cast...

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Welcome to the Centre for Digital Built Britain.  

The Centre for Digital Built Britain is a partnership between the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and the University of Cambridge to understand how the construction and infrastructure sectors could use a digital approach to better design, build, operate, and integrate the built environment. Find out more