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Blog: BIM Programme Update

last modified Sep 03, 2018 10:59 PM
This week the CDBB Home Nations Working Group [HNWG] meeting will be hosted in Northern Ireland, bringing together the four national BIM programmes with the purpose of developing consistency of messaging and promoting a shared understanding of the value proposition afforded by a co-ordinated approach to a digitised UK built environment. BIM Communications Manager David Philp updates on what to expect.

The group are currently working hard to advance a harmonised embedment of BIM Level 2 and more importantly the principles of better information management amalgamated with a mindful security approach. The focus of this current meeting is to ensure that the forthcoming transition to BS EN ISO standards 19650 is commonly appreciated and more importantly a consistent baseline approach developed as to how this should be adopted across the UK public sector.   Having a corresponding advance, clear definition of what the BIM Level 2 is for the home nations [i.e. required components within the context of the new wrapper] along with consistent communication to industry is key and the HNWG is conscious of its role in the transition to these latest and updated international standards.

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The meeting will also look at best and shared practice around Organisation Information Requirements (OIRs) and practically how it juxtaposes with asset management activities and supports decision making.  Additionally, a session will be undertaken on successful implementation of PAS 1192-5:2015 A specification for security-minded building information modelling, digital built environments and smart asset management and a general update on other security matters.  Finally an update session on advanced manufacture will be undertaken by Jaimie Johnston of Bryden Wood author of “Platforms - Bridging the gap between construction + manufacturing” 

As always, sharing thoughts and lessons learned around BIM Level 2 implementation will be the golden thread of meeting.

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