UK BIM Alliance wants feedback on BIM adoption

The UK BIM Alliance is calling on the industry to take part in its first state of the nation survey in a bid to measure the understanding and adoption of information management using BIM across the UK built environment.

The Alliance wants to get a “reliable indication of the progression to a business-as-usual state for project delivery and asset management using the standards, tools and guidance provided under the UK BIM Framework”.

Pam Bhandal, UK BIM Alliance engagement co-lead, said: “Whether you have experience of BIM or not, we want to hear from everyone involved in the UK built environment. The survey itself is short and should take no longer than three to five minutes to complete.”

Andy Boutle, UK BIM Alliance engagement co-lead, added: “A high number of responses would be good, but we also want to ensure that we cover the breadth of disciplines across the industry.”

Key questions include:

  • Is your organisation aware of and implementing BIM?
  • What are the main benefits from implementing BIM?
  • How long do you think it will take BIM to become business as usual within your organisation? 

Take part in the survey:

Each survey respondent will be entered into a draw to win a £100 gift voucher.

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