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Centre for Digital Built Britain

 

Details of all the working group CDBB is currently involved with.

We currently are involved with:

Digital Framework Task Group (DFTG)

Chair: Mark Enzer, Chief Technical Officer of Mott MacDonald. 

The DFTG was launched by HM Treasury in July 2018 to steer and guide the successful development and adoption of the Information Management Framework for the Built Environment. The framework will establish the building blocks to enable effective information management across the built environment and will pave the way for the development of the national digital twin. The DFTG is made up of senior leaders from industry, government and academia.

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Public Sector ISO Transition Working Group (PSITWG)

To ensure that Information Management using BS EN ISO 19650 standards and the UK BIM Framework is consistently, efficiently and effectively implemented.

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Home Nations Working Group

Chair: Nicola Pearson, CDBB

Ensuring that the benefits of effective information management are shared across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland is the remit of the Home Nations Working Group (HNWG). Formed in 2018, it brings together the four UK national BIM programmes to develop a consistent approach and to promote our vision of a digital built Britain. The HNWG will provide a platform to:

  • Share experiences in the implementation of BIM;
  • Co-ordinate the sharing of BIM knowledge and collateral across programmes;
  • support the UK transition towards ISO19650-1 and 2 with clear and unified messaging to industry;
  • manage the interface between the Centre for Digital Built Britain, and the various devolved UK government BIM and digital built environment programmes.

BIM Interoperability Expert Group

Interoperability is vital to ensure that BIM continues to thrive and deliver key benefits – the BIM Interoperability Expert Group invited industry stakeholders from a wide range of expertise and experience to input into a report to help us to continue to support UK BIM adoption. The report is due Spring 2020. 

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