In today’s global construction
industry, the drive for faster, more
efficient delivery of infrastructure
or building projects has never been
more challenging. Efforts to improve
efficiency are difficult in a market
that is often defined by low margins,
aggressive procurement, skills
shortages, uncertain work pipelines
and complex supply chains.

In a global economy of rapidly
evolving markets and technologies,
rules and frameworks are often
needed to help organisations adapt
and innovate successfully. Standards
can help establish those rules and
frameworks, and BIM standardisation
is an example of this.

Digitising the process of the
design, build and operation of built
assets wasn’t a new concept, but the
financial, technical and behavioural
implications were…

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