BIM should be considered as an Information Management methodology rather than a 3D model or modeling tool. The benefit of working from a single source of trusted information is a concept rooted in the Government BIM strategy of 2011, and the advantages are numerous. However, these benefits can only be realized through a clear digital transformation agenda. This webinar seeks to help you better realise and understand the benefits of BIM for Digital Construction and Estates Management teams.


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Introduction to Majenta – 1min 22sec

Government Construction Strategy & BIM – 2 min 24sec

A typical Owner / Operator journey 3min 35sec

What does it mean to be an ‘Intelligent Client’? – 5min 22sec

What benefits can you expect from Digital Estates Management? – 6 min 30sec

How can Majenta support your transformation towards digital? – 9min 15 sec

Contact information and getting started – 9min 57sec

Introduction to Majenta

  • Digital Construction Specialists who can offer full ‘BIM Landscape’ support
  • BSI Associate Consultant Partner

Government Construction Strategy and BIM

  • Published by the cabinet office on the 31st May 2011

The foundation of your digital strategy:

1. Make available and maintain As-Built drawings
2. Be able to identify active projects
3. Have a dedicated CAD user/team
4. Ensure awareness of new Estates Management process
5. Define drawing/ BIM standards and validation process for internal/external working
6. Improve integration with Facilities Management systems

The benefits of BIM… ROI potential

  • Significant reduction in downtime and mistakes by sourcing accurate information
  • Optimise Planned preventative maintenance: predict and control maintenance budgets
  • Strategic investment decisions (e.g. sweat or replace assets): understanding full lifecycle costs
  • Avoid commissioning of unnecessary building surveys
  • Reduction in time diagnosing reactive maintenance issues: access the 3D model
  • Ensure adherence of contractors to preferred data standards
  • Optimise design for sustainability goals, patron/staff well-being
  • Re-use 3D models and data as part of Smart Technology initiatives

A BIM journey… What’s involved?

  • An internal review with multiple stakeholder input – UNDERSTAND
  • A shared vision of the benefits, business case and end goal(s) – UNDERSTAND
  • Define roles, procedures and systems – ENFORCE
  • Well structured BIM documentation – INFORM

    = Business as usual approach

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