UK BIM Framework
The UK BIM Framework sets out the approach for implementing BIM in the UK using the framework for managing information provided by the ISO 19650 series. It includes:
1. the published standards called upon to implement BIM in the UK
2. the UK BIM Guidance
3. useful links to other resources.
The UK BIM Alliance are producing the UK BIM Guidance with practitioners from the industry giving up their time to create these useful documents. Visit the website to learn more.
We have a dedicated YouTube channel where you can view lots of different videos, including:
– recordings of events delivered by the UKBIMA regional groups, BIM4 groups, the #AllianceForum and virtual conferences
– the UKBIMA Technology group answering the question ‘What does Interoperability mean to me?’
– BS EN ISO 19650 Guidance webinars
– Assemble buildingSMART UK and Ireland webinars
– Back to BIM Basics videos
Back to BIM Basics Part 1
For those that are unsure of building information modelling (BIM) or new to BIM and want to start their digital transformation journey we asked representatives from the industry to answer five key questions:
- What is BIM?
- Why adopt BIM?
- How to implement BIM?
- What is the right software to use?
- How to effectively manage your data?
Have a watch and listen below.
We will be starting the second phase of the campaign shortly where we start introducing BS EN ISO 19650 and the UK BIM Framework – if you would like to get get involved please get in touch via email.
What is BIM?
Why adopt BIM?
How to implement BIM?
What is the right software to use?
How to effectively manage your data?
Manufacturers produce a significant part of the information required to bring about a safer construction industry; but this information is currently not structured or shared
The UK BIM Alliance wholeheartedly welcomes the publishing of the Information Management (IM) Mandate within the Transforming Infrastructure Performance (TIP) programme, by the Infrastructure and
The UK BIM Alliance has prepared this ‘position statement’ on digital twins to clarify the relationship between BIM and digital twins, to complement discussions in