BIM & Digital Design

Leading the charge for a Digital Built Britain.

Meet the team

They are responsible for leading our digital design strategy and coaching our staff as we align with the UK Government’s Digital Built Britain 2020 mandate.

What is BIM?

Building Information Modelling (BIM) is a process. It is a way of designing, drawing and producing information for the design, construction and maintenance of buildings. It is about the flow of data between stages, processes, softwares and businesses across the project’s life, from inception to demolition.

Working directly with Stride Treglown ensured our vision for the future use of the information outputs would be of long term value, with a more agile management of our assets.

Perhaps most importantly, the use of BIM provides the opportunity for contractors to federate their work and offer more efficient planned delivery of change activity as the site evolves.

Ralph James, Met Office

Digital Services

Coordinated Design

3D Modelling | Federated Design | Clash Detection

Common Data Environment

Design | Manage | BS ISO 19650

Project Implementation

BIM Documentation | BIM Coordination | Information Management

 

Project Consultancy

Client Strategy and Information Requirements

Business Consultancy

Digital Strategy | Change Management | Digital Estates

Further Dimensions

Time and Cost Prep | Tailored Data Exchanges | Government Soft Landings | Post Occupancy Evaluation

Visualisations

Photo Realistic | Panoramic | Virtual Reality

Family Content

Autodesk Revit | Manufacturer Library | Project Specifics

BIM & Digital Design Clients

  • BAM Construction
  • City and Council of Swansea
  • Ministry of Justice
  • National Composites Centre
  • Plymouth City Council
  • Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust
  • Sainsbury’s
  • Swansea University
  • SWRDA
  • University of Bristol
  • University of Hertfordshire
  • University of Plymouth
  • University of Salford

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