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The 2011 UK Government Construction Strategy (UK Cabinet Office, 2011) challenged the construction sector to review their business models and practices to move away from adversarial relationships to collaborative ones and to identify cost reduction and innovation opportunities within the supply chain to provide better value for money. This approach encouraged all construction supply chain stakeholders to work together, where appropriate, to provide an integrated cost-efficient solution that meets the required outcome. Central to this strategy aim was that fully collaborative 3D Building Information Modelling (BIM) (with all project and asset information, documentation and data being electronic) be an industry requirement by 2016. This target provided the UK construction sector with a four-year window to prepare for the adoption of BIM technologies, processes and collaborative behaviours that aimed to modernise working practices to improve efficiencies during each phase of the project lifecycle. This was further framed by the following ambitious targets set out in the subsequent 2025 Construction Strategy document (HM Government, 2013): reduction of 33 per cent in the initial cost of construction and the whole-life cost of built assets; 50 per cent reduction in the overall time, from inception to completion for new-build and refurbished assets; reduction of 50 per cent in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions arising from built environment activities; and a 50 per cent reduction in the trade gap between total exports and total imports for construction products and materials.




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In response, an Industry-Government BIM Task Group was set up to develop the necessary implementation guides, tools and industry standards and engage in continuous dialogue with public sector clients and supply chain stakeholders to ensure that the sector was prepared for the 2016 BIM deadline. This has led to a series of publications, which have: aligned BIM with the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Outline Plan of Work (RIBA, 2012); specified the information management requirements for the capital/delivery phase of construction projects using BIM (PAS 1192-2: 2013) (British Standards Institution (BSI), 2013); set out the standard protocol for use in projects using BIM (CIC, 2013a); provided best practice guidance for professional indemnity insurance when using BIM (CIC, 2013b); specified information management requirements for the operational phase of assets using BIM (PAS 1192-3: 2014) (BSI, 2014a); defined expectations for the exchange of information through the lifecycle of an asset using COBie (BS 1192-4:2014) (BSI, 2014b); provided recommendations for briefing during the design and construction phases to ensure that the design takes account of the expected performance of the asset over its planned operational life (BS 8536-1:2015) (BSI, 2015a); specified requirements for security-minded BIM, digital built environments and smart asset management (PAS 1192-5: 2015) (BSI/CPNI, 2015); provided guidance of the collaborative production of architectural, engineering and construction information (BSI, 2015b). In addition, the 2015 UK Government strategy, Digital Built Britain (HM Government, 2015) provided a vision of a data-enabled collaborative working environment where supply chain capabilities are maximised to reduce lifecycle costs and carbon emissions. This aims to improve asset management and form the basis of new performance contracting models utilising remote monitoring, telemetry and control systems to facilitate real-time operation integrating exciting developments in 3D printing, design for manufacture and assembly (DfMA), the Internet of Things, embedded sensors and performance data analysis.


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