In May 2011, the UK Government mandated a minimum requirement for level 2 BIM on centrally-procured public projects from April 2016. This distinguished level of collaborative working requires all parties to produce 3D models with all associated project and asset data being electronic and delivered in accordance with processes set out in Publically Available Specifications, PAS 1192-2 and PAS 1192-3.
Since the mandate, the industry has witnessed BIM being widely adopted on non-mandated projects due to the many efficiencies it can provide.
For many, understanding what impact these requirements have on their method of working can be daunting, and now with the recently released international BIM Standards to adhere to, BS EN ISO 19650-1:2018 and BS EN ISO 19650-2:2018 this can become ever more confusing.
Whether your team is new to BIM or simply looking to transition to the new ISO standards, Waldeck’s BIM Consultancy offering can assist you with every step.
But, what is BIM Consultancy?
BIM Consultancy is centred on turning our client’s visions for their assets into reality; helping organisations develop robust processes and workflows to improve performance, whilst generating value and delivering efficiency. BIM Consultancy describes the support given to clients and their supply chain alike to be able to achieve this.
What Waldeck can offer you…
Waldeck’s BIM Consultancy team provide our clients with the necessary tools and processes to successfully deliver BIM Level 2 projects.
Our core BIM Consultancy services include:
- BIM Capability Assessments
- BIM Education and Training
- BIM Standards, Workflows and Processes
- Organisational Information Requirements (OIR)
- Pre and Post Contract BIM Execution Plans
- Project Start-up Strategies
- Standards, Methods and Procedures (SMPs)
As well as Asset Information Requirements (AIR) and Employer’s Information Requirements (EIR) for those in pre-transition to the new ISO 19650 and Project Information Requirements and Exchange Information Requirements for those looking to transition to the new ISO 19650.
Importantly, Waldeck engage with our client’s to undertake bespoke assessments of their organisations and projects, working with them every step of the way to understand their needs, and road-map their digital transformation in order to offer an end result which meets the necessary BIM requirements, delivers increased operational efficiency and significant competitive advantage.
Waldeck’s BIM Consultants are MSc qualified in Building Information Modelling Management and have vast first-hand experience of BIM project delivery across a wide range of sectors, and therefore understand the needs and constraints faced by client’s, organisations and suppliers alike.
Veronica Ruby-Lewis, Associate Director within Waldeck’s Digital and Technologies team commented: “While most feel daunted by the proposition of adopting and implementing BIM within their organisations and projects, the reality is, it can be made much simpler if the road-map to adoption is broken down into smaller manageable steps.
“We have seen first-hand how this approach also helps with the cultural shift to new ways of working, whilst seeing huge efficiencies as a reward.”