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UK BIM Alliance Projects


Current Projects Supporting The Adoption Of BIM Level 2

Project: Overcoming the Legal and Contractual Barriers of BIM

The aim of this project is to make the legal barriers of BIM project delivery more transparent with clearer understandings of risk, exposure and contracts. Please contact them to get involved. This is a very broad scope and may expand into further projects.
Through an initial online survey and follow up discussions with industry players, we will review the contracts in use and assess what is and isn't working.
The project team will then produce a report on the findings containing a potential way forward in Q1 2018.
The online survey can be found here Project Survey.

Finish Date: Q1 2018
Status: In Progress

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Project: Security Provision

This project is aimed at raising client awareness about the requirement to undertake a simple security triage for all projects according to PAS 1192-5 and providing the guidance and resources required to enable clients and project delivery team members to adopt (at least) baseline security requirements for all projects.

Finish Date: End Summer 2017
Status: In Progress

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Project: Data Requirements

This project will provide guidance and a basic tool to help the industry (clients, contractors and asset managers) to start setting meaningful data requirements. it is not meant to be a standards or definitive list but it will act as an aid memoir to clients and supply chains to select data that they will require.

Finish Date: End Summer 2017
Status: In Progress

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Project: Collation Of UK Training Provision

A pathfinder project to collate the current level of UK Training Provision with respect to BIM and Digital Transformation in the Built Environment.

Finish Date: 2 months from start
Status: tbc

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Project: Collation Of Existing Competency Frameworks

A pathfinder project to collate existing competency frameworks with respect to BIM and Digital Transformation in the Built Environment. Competency is not just training, but is a combination of knowledge, skills, abilities, behaviours and attitude. Ultimately, professionals of the built environment need to be able to assess their current competency and be supported to develop additional competencies in terms of training and future experience..

Finish Date: 2 months from start
Status: tbc

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Project: Evidence Based BIM Knowledge Bank

Currently project case studies exist in a myriad of formats and serve very different purposes, in most cases to provide marketing material for organisations rather than as informative documentation. This project will collate, review and evaluate existing sources of information & formats, establish criteria for information provision, set criteria for peer-peer review and platform, and establish a neutral template for multiple media documentation. This project will provide a solid evidence-based BIM knowledge bank for the existing implementation of BIM Level 2.

Finish Date: tbc
Status: tbc

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Project: BIM KPIs

To be able to deliver industry-wide consistency, examples of successful outcomes must be truthful and evidence-based.
This project stream will:

  • Define assessment criteria to be added to existing KPI surveys.
  • Establish a platform to redirect to externally-held information.
  • Establish an enquiry and subsequent reporting route for practitioners..
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Finish Date: tbc
Status: tbc

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