We sat down with Gary Scott of Willmott Dixon to pinpoint the new and future ways in which BIM will add value for contractors, owner-operators and the industry as a whole. What follows here are insights shared from that discussion.
How to manage evolving client asset requirements on a BIM project, when asking for too much data needs to be addressed.
The power of listening to your client; how Willmott Dixon and Majenta are able to take ‘black box learnings’ from one BIM project into the next.
Why does Willmott Dixon’s Head of Digital see benefit in working with Majenta as a third-party BIM Information Manager?
How Willmott Dixon’s decision to support their customer’s understanding of BIM and asset data is now the key to establishing long-term relationships.
Willmott Dixon and Majenta on BIM as the catalyst to achieve greater work/life balance, reduce a project team’s carbon footprint, and to help significantly reduce client approval time.
How building owners considering the operational needs of their facilities post Practical Completion is driving the prescriptive nature of future BIM projects.
How the digital geometry and operational asset data of buildings is becoming the valuable ‘used car service history’ for building owners and investors.
Majenta Solutions have had the pleasure of working as BIM Information Managers to help Willmott Dixon deliver state-of-the-art buildings to prestigious universities. With recurring staff members reuniting on successive projects across Contractor, Client and Information Manager, all teams involved have been rewarded for their efforts with new BIM learnings.