Effective integration of BIM in construction organisations is essential for success

Currently Digital Construction practices and processes are substantially manual and disparate across the industry, meaning that Building Information Modelling (BIM) is still a key challenge for many companies. Enabling companies to move to an integrated BIM workflow is still a key challenge in Digital Construction.

Bringing together digital construction practices and processes can enable you to effectively integrate BIM, work to higher standards, win more business, and deliver projects more efficiently.

Overcoming BIM and construction challenges and raising your standards

The construction industry is moving at a rate where data, processes, people and technology are struggling to keep pace. You may be experiencing a number of common industry challenges:

  • Struggling to understand the data (information) aspect of BIM and how to verify/embed this into processes.
  • Understanding the bigger picture of how you play your part in the process, and the impact it has throughout a project.
  • Skills gaps? Or a need for some additional assistance to either upskill or support an existing project?
  • Understanding BIM related policies, and how they affect existing internal company policies.
  • How can technology enable potential bottlenecks?

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Overcoming the barriers against adopting Digital Construction

Not only is the industry experiencing challenges, you may also be coming up against barriers adopting Digital Construction based workflows that add value to both you and the projects you’re delivering. These could include:

  • The right team: Your team is essential to successfully implementing a Digital Construction workflow, and creating the correct processes and mentalities to ensure that it is a success.
  • Data flow: Understanding how you manage data flow, with design and authoring tools. Enabling processes to be integrated and become business as usual.
  • The client: Understanding what your client wants, and how you fit into this key to setting project expectations and managing time requirements on a project.
  • BIM Protocols and Standards: There are lots of standards, and it’s easy to become overwhelmed by these. It’s important that you can understand what’s relevant to your particular part of the process and how these should be utilised.
  • Implementing BIM and digital construction methodologies: The theory of BIM and digital construction, can sometimes be hard to articulate and implement within your team, meaning inefficiencies and potential bottlenecks through inexperience.

Helping you create better BIM integrations and using digital construction practices and processes

We’ve got a strong team of experienced Digital Construction Consultants, who come from different disciplines within the industry and understand how you can make digital construction and BIM become business as usual within your organisation.

Our existing construction industry clients have already received support which enabled them to better understand their software and process needs. We can enable you to integrate new ways of working within your business.

These services, along with our experience working within other industries such as; automotive, aerospace and manufacturing, help us appreciate the pains you have as a business and help relate practical solutions to support you towards your goals and aspirations.

Success story

Take a look at how we helped University of Cambridge.

“Majenta and I worked closely on this, brainstorming the whole issue, pooling our knowledge and research to define standards and user guides. We’ve really appreciated Majenta’s consultancy – they’ve been liaising with some of the large contractors who are now relatively advanced in BIM for help and feedback on what we’ve done and their response has been very positive”.

Chris Hinton – Senior Technical Specialist, UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE

Our construction industry expertise delivers real value to your business

The construction industry has witnessed huge changes over the last few years, especially since BIM was mandated by the UK Government. This has lead to positive changes in process, policy and technology, creating a new generation of digital needs and opportunities meaning that companies must adapt, and industry knowledge and capability must evolve with this.

Our experience within the construction industry, together with applying best working practices taken from advanced industries such as; automotive, ensures that our clients gain a competitive advantage, win more business and deliver projects more efficiently.

Why you should partner with us

  • "I enjoyed the training and now I am working on live projects!"

    Anthony Burgess

    Jaguar Land Rover

  • "We’ll be giving you guys 9 and 10’s"

    Balraj Ghataore

    Redline Studios

  • "Technology is enabling us to pull together the product design and manufacturing design aspects of the business. The experts at Majenta Solutions went beyond what you’d expect from a technical support supplier and with their assistance we are working together more efficiently to provide a better service for our customers."

    Beatson Clark

  • "The guys from Majenta have become part of our team. They know what they need to do and they do it. Majenta is now helping us look beyond the design of buildings to their management during their entire lifecycle using BIM. We believe that this is where the real ongoing value will lie for the university."

    Chris Hinton

    Senior Technical Specialist
    University of Cambridge

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