The most important challenge faced by our clients is the management of their large and rather disjointed asset portfolios. Most often, these estates are scattered across different sites and are rather poorly accounted for despite a stringent need to know how resources are being used and by whom in order to accommodate for an optimal distribution of resources. This results in maintenance budget overruns, overall inefficiencies and undesired development gaps across the sector and related organisations.
Majenta have become the go-to company, with our dedicated team helping to improve company processes and ensuring that they are BIM-ready. We have an extensive knowledge and understanding of what really brings value to these businesses, and how ROI can be realised with BIM throughout the process.
We focus on assisting Universities and Healthcare organisations in implementing BIM. We’ve had great success within these areas and our experience allows us to align workflows and deliverables with the government BIM mandate to ensure that project requirements are met and archived.
We offer a complete Digital Construction solution package which encompasses project management, facilities management, EIR (Employer’s Information Requirements) completion, consultancy, training, technical support, etc., with the purpose of enabling your organisation to become BIM-ready and to benefit from the proficient use and application of digital tools.
Our range of services has been specifically designed by the Majenta team of BIM experts to nurture a centralised, single source of information through:
through the use of relevant software platforms, with the clear purpose of helping out client universities become BIM-ready and act as ‘champions’ of the new processes and technologies.
Majenta have the technical and human resources to help you win the Digital Construction race through a targeted and structured approach.
Contact us now and our team of consultants will be able to answer any query you might have regarding the assistance and support that we are prepared to offer.
Since the government mandate for BIM was first released in 2011, Facilities and Estate Engagement organisations and departments have been key to the successful implementation and adoption of BIM.
In April 2016, BIM Level 2 was adopted as a minimum requirement for all centrally procured public projects, which means that being able to set out and define exact requirements and ensure that the supply chain is fully engaged and committed to these requirements has been instrumental.
In the above-described context, Facilities and Estate Management organisations and departments have had to really understand their deliverables by identifying assets and what BIM is actually trying to achieve as a whole.
The advantages of BIM in the area of Facilities and Estate Management are rather apparent and can be structured as follows:
As a conclusion, BIM FM improves operational efficiency and optimises the use of built resources.
The Majenta team of BIM Expert Consultants have been instrumental in assisting these organisations, the best example of which is the University of Cambridge, in order to help realise how this can be of benefit with their proven experience in this sector.
The Majenta team of expert consultants have experience in running complex BIM projects for clients operating in the UK academic environment.
If you want to learn more about how we helped one of our most prominent client universities, i.e. University of Cambridge, achieve the status of BIM-ready, please read our dedicated success story.