Before you build it, show you have the processes in place to build it virtually.
The BIM concept involves digitally constructing a facility before it is actually built. This helps to work out problems, analyse potential impacts, and improve safety.
And it's not just a new way to do work. Architectural, engineering, and construction fimrs around the world see BIM as a way to become more effective and efficient.
While the BIM process was given some traction by the UK Government when it required all public construction projects to be performed by 'BIM Ready' organizations, the BIM process has now developed its own momentum. The wider industry recognises that the process makes not only the design and construction phases more efficient, but also provides benefits during the operational phase of a building.
Join us at the next BIM Level 2 Accreditation Breakfast Briefing in London on 17th May. Listen to the experts and also get a perspective on the BIM journey from a recently accredited company. The event will conclude with a tour of the Lloyd's Register building including the Old Entrance, Library, landing and general committee rooms