Digital construction that delivers value
Embed BIM into your construction procurement
Embedding Building Information Management (BIM) into your construction procurement doesn't need to be a challenge. We're making it simple for you to access BIM and make sure your construction procurement complies with the Building Safety Act 2022.
BIM, net zero and social value are key performance benchmarks for our framework partners and are critical to successful project delivery.
What is BIM?
Building Information Management (BIM) is a collaborative process in digital construction that helps create and manage the information on construction projects.
Our approach to BIM is the result of intensive collaboration between our SCAPE construction framework delivery partners, bringing some of the best digital construction minds in the sector together to deliver on one aim; to make the benefits of BIM easier to access for users of our construction frameworks.
Why is BIM important in construction management?
Utilising BIM in construction reduces risks, improves programme and cost predictability, as well as enabling compliance, cutting carbon and delivering future operational efficiency.
Drive efficiencies and align to the Construction Playbook and Building Safety Act with BIM pathways now embedded into our construction frameworks.
- Collaboratively developed pathways with industry leading construction partners
- Use BIM to unlock sustainable designs and low carbon efficient buildings
- Design, build and maintain safe and compliant buildings
We offer a solution that meets the requirements of the ISO 19650-2 standard.
- Facilitate alignment with construction playbook
- Cut carbon throughout the building lifecycle
- Drive operational efficiency through BIM pathways
Unlock the power of BIM
Use the Method of Specifying to:
- Enable compliance with the Building Safety Act – provide the “golden thread” of data required to demonstrate you are planning for the safe use of your assets; ensuring product safety data, method of construction evidence and the required maintenance obligations are all captured and made available during, and at the end of the construction process.
- Cut carbon – get the most from our early contractor involvement approach, use digital methods to support the process of whole building lifecycle carbon assessments, during the early stages of design and option evaluation, considering construction methods and products to be used.
- Deliver future operational efficiency - by planning how you will use information about your building in the future, your project can be the key to unlock significant future savings of time and cost during maintenance activities.