This handbook responds to the growing challenges faced by governments and public clients to stimulate economic growth and competitiveness while delivering value for public money through the wider introduction of Building Information Modelling (BIM).
The handbook provides a central reference point for the introduction of Building Information Modelling (BIM) by the European public sector and aims to equip Government and public sector construction clients with the knowledge to provide the necessary leadership to its industrial supply chain and to adopt an aligned framework for its introduction.
This alignment brings clarity and repeatability to this digital innovation across Europe – reducing divergence, misunderstanding and waste. It will accelerate growth and encourage competitiveness of the construction sector, especially its small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
It makes recommendations to these questions:
Why have other governments taken action to support and encourage BIM?
What benefits can be expected?
How can governments and public clients provide leadership and work with industry?
Why is public leadership and European alignment critical?
What is BIM? And what is the common European definition?
The Handbook includes both general guidance and action recommendations.
First part, General Guidance, incorporates:
The value proposition of BIM
The necessity of a common approach
European common strategic framework
Common perfomance level for the implementation of BIM
Second part, Action Recommendations, covers strategic recommendations in terms of policy, technical issues, processes and skills.
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