Since the government mandate for BIM was first released in 2011, Facilities and Estate Engagement organisations 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. Because of this, coordinating your Supply Chain can be a difficult task which is why we have created a dedicated service offering for Supply Chain Management.
Facilities and Estate Management organisations been able to fully understand their deliverables by identifying assets and what BIM is actually trying to achieve as a whole.
Advantages of BIM in the area of Facilities and Estate Management:
As a result of our Facilities management services, organisations such as the University of Cambridge are already paving their way through BIM readiness and compliance.
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.
"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."
Senior Technical Specialist
University of Cambridge