BIM has been making a massive contribution to the timely and smooth delivery of construction projects. This process has resulted in large amounts of digital data being created to capture all areas of the project. Because of this, a role is needed to handle this vast amount of data. This Information Manager role requires a high level of control and accuracy, ensuring the data is appropriately interpreted and reaches the right people at the right time.

A Government Construction Strategy was published in 2011 in the UK. The strategy set a minimum requirement for Level 2 BIM on centrally-procured public projects, incorporating the requirement for all documentation and project information to be electronic. The construction industry drafted a number of BIM protocols, such as: Construction Industry Council (CIC) BIM protocol, which sets out the requirement to appoint an information manager.

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Majenta can be your Information Manager

BIM generates huge amounts of digital data that is continuously managed and exchanged throughout the construction project lifecycle. Consequently, exceptional care is required to capture and reuse accurate data at different project stages, among various stakeholders within the project. We can help you manage this complex digital data, acting as an information gatekeeper to streamline the efficient exchange of project information.

What sets us apart?

We have experience in dealing with high-profile clients, such as Airedale and the University of Cambridge, but we have also worked with numerous middle- and small- size enterprises. Because of this, we understand that no two BIM journeys are the same which is why we work with you to create a bespoke offering specific to you and your needs.

Because we have a good understanding of the troubles you face, we are able to offer a tailored range of services. Each of which have been specifically designed to help improve your information management, processes and workflows.

As your trusted BIM Information Manager, we are able to provide:

  1. BIM Coordination and Clash Detection
  2. Information Management

To see a full list of our services and solutions, please visit our BIM Services page.

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Responsibilities of a BIM Information Manager:

  1. Establishing and managing the common data environment – an online collaborative environment that can be accessed by stakeholders. Along with setting up procedures and processes to ensure the integrity and security of the common data environment.
  2. Overseeing the management and exchange of project information:
    • Establishing the information structure and standards and deciding upon the agreed output format
    • Establishing the level of information detail for each stage of the project
    • Enabling integration of information by the project team
  3. Keeping records and other administrative tasks

Stages of the Information Management Process

COBie Support

Because of our esteemed reputation within the construction solutions industry, In 2017, we became the first UK provider certified to teach the COBie Academy. Because of this, we have gained great experience in the delivery of COBie training, set to empower your business.

What is COBie?

A construction project involves different types of data, e.g. drawings, bills of quantities, etc. These are put together by architects, designers and builders and then provided to the client in a format that is not of great use to them. Due to this, COBie was designed to contain standardised information in a standardised format that is then shared between professionals at set stages within the project.

The Construction Operations Building Information Exchange or simply, COBie is an international standard. Made to ensure the efficient capture and delivery of BIM-related data. Consequently, it was put together by a number of US public agencies and it is generally a spreadsheet offering a consistent format for construction data.

Why is training needed?

Most importantly, COBie accreditations are essential for anyone working in a BIM environment. As a result, the COBie Academy is designed to provide contractors, subcontractors, architects, engineers, information managers and project owners with the essential knowledge and hands-on techniques needed to work effectively within a BIM workflow.

Our COBie Services

As well as training, we also offer all the necessary support and guidance for the delivery of data, including compliance assessment and consultancy services. Above all, we are here to empower and enhance your business processes so get in touch with our team today to begin your journey.

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  • "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

  • "Their professional, efficient and successful approach from start to finish makes Majenta a pleasure to work with."

    Dean Arey

    Design Engineer
    Beatson Clark

  • "As opposed to other client's internal FTP, Majenta is quick. The notifications have helped me and my team mates to track the right information which in-turn has saved time on both ends on various occasions. This feature is not available in internal FTP servers."

    Pratheek Raviprakash

    Envisage Group

  • "The technical guys at Majenta Solutions have become our user-friendly interface; they really understand both Jaguar, our major client, and Ford."

    Ian Blundell

    CAD Manager
    Eaton Vehicle Group

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