The government’s new October 2016 data validation stretch target will ensure all departments build on the success of BIM level 2, explains our Chairman Mark Bew.

Whether you describe it as a mandate or simply a direction of travel, the intention over the last few years has been to embed BIM and digital technology into central government spend so as to lever the market towards behaviour change. 

Success is helping the market to do things in consistent ways and using the digital economy to transact. BIM Level 2 is a stepping stone along the path. 

By helping the client to pull effectively through common data procurement methods – and we have put a number of standards in place to help enable that – then the supply chain would get better at pushing against that common consistent procurement ask. 

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