BIM is one of the most promising recent developments in the Architecture, Engineering, Construction and Operation (AECO) industry. BIM adoption in public works can unlock more cost-effective and transparent ways of planning, designing, creating and maintaining built assets, whether buildings or infrastructure, over their whole lifecycle. Adoption of BIM in public procurement remains a challenge as it requires a shift to a new way of working, which should be accompanied by relevant legal reforms and tools (standards, digital technology, etc.). Every new member is welcome to join the BIM and Public Procurement Community of Practice to get informed and participate in important initiatives and discussions around this topic.
Focus of the community
Executive Summary of the Spanish BIM Plan with the BIM Levels Table. The use of BIM in public procurement aims to improve the efficiency of public spending and facilitate the digital transformation of the Spanish construction sector
The German BIM Implementation Strategy for Federal Buildings has been developed to drive digitalization and to specify the requirements and actions defined in the German master plan for the introduction of BIM for federal buildings.
Germany has just introduced a Strategy for the Implementation of BIM for Federal Buildings to drive digitalisation and to specify the requirements and actions defined in the German Master Plan for the Introduction of BIM for Federal Buildings. The implementation strategy defines the steps required