In this document, the reader will get an overall description of the digital transformation in the industry, with a proposed action plan to create a “technical core” which is a critical prerequisite for sharing digital data. The scope of this document not only includes the construction phase itself but addresses the whole life cycle of the built environment and all its stakeholders. To succeed with the digital transformation, all roles, from owners and clients, through planning and construction, to maintenance and operations, need to be involved.
In addition, this document aims at explaining in plain language to policymakers, top managers in organizations, and other decision-makers the needed activities to move smoothly and more efficiently towards achieving the promised and expected benefits of Building Information Modelling (BIM). These stakeholders are the ones that ultimately call the shots and can truly help all other participants in the built environment life cycle to come together and find common ground.
Another document has been published that is aimed at readers with technical knowledge on the subject. It goes deeper into the technological details of how a higher level of information sharing can be achieved by implementing tools and standards, which have been developed in recent years. The documents supplement each other but can also be read independently of each other. Download the white paper A Technical Approach to BIM Implementation for Governments and Organizations.
By downloading the white paper BIM Implementation Strategy for Governments and Large Organizations, you will learn about:
- Why BIM is not only 3D modelling?
- How to get better information and data?
- How to create a successful BIM strategy?
- Why and how to create new structured data?
- Information requirements – key to smooth delivery