Building Information Modelling (BIM): Adoption and implementation for Local Authorities

Building Information Modelling (BIM): Adoption and implementation for Local Authorities

Building Information Modelling (BIM): Adoption and implementation for Local Authorities

Building Information Modelling (BIM) has been used throughout the construction sector for well over a decade.

In its infancy, BIM was still a concept whilst technology was still catching up, an ambition of how data was to be managed for an asset from concept, through to construction and throughout the operational phase, right up to its end of life and decommissioning.

Today BIM has been globally adopted by governments and organisations for the capital and operational expenditure of their assets. Already BIM and digital transformation have a proven track record for delivering efficiencies, including time, cost, and data availability. In the UK, local authorities have a huge opportunity to cut the costs of building and maintaining assets via the use of BIM.

In this whitepaper, we look to educate and prompt local authorities to consider their perceptions about BIM/digital ways of working. How can they learn from what the AEC sector has uncovered during implementation and how can it be streamlined without the same level of investment?

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