Bond Bryan Architects shortlisted for the Construction News Awards 2015 in the ‘BIM Initiative of the Year’ category

Bond Bryan Architects have been shortlisted for the Construction News Awards 2015 in the ‘BIM Initiative of the Year’ category.

Our entry, ‘Bradford College and Beyond : OpenBIM R&D’, is about our journey with buildingSMART International’s open file exchange standards including IFC and COBie. This journey began with our Bradford College project with BAM Construction completed in the summer 2014. Our learning continues with other projects that have followed and we are now embedding open data processes for all our new projects.

Rob Jackson (Associate Director | BIM & Digital Solutions) said: “It is fantastic to be recognised as an SME for our commitment to research and implementation of open international solutions. I believe our work will benefit not just us as a practice but the wider national and international community for years to come and it is great this has been recognised by making such a stellar national shortlist.”

The next step is a face-to-face presentation with the judges followed by the awards ceremony which takes place on June 30th 2015 at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London.

For more information about the awards: click here
For more information about BIM at Bond Bryan: click here

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