Join Niraj Mistry (Head of BIM – Stroma Certification; Upskilling Stream Lead – UK BIM Alliance), who will introduce Building Information Modelling (BIM) Certification and its relevance throughout the construction industry supply chain.
This 30-minute BIM webinar will explain the roles your organisation may fulfil in the digital construction process. Having worked with many Tier 1, Tier 2 and the rest of the supply chain, we can help you to understand where your organisation fits into a BIM enabled industry. This is relevant for all disciplines, services and products in the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry, no matter what sector you work in.
Stroma Certification is working throughout the supply chain to improve BIM competence and deliver a collaborative approach to all construction projects. Our range of BIM Certification schemes provide certification to businesses in conjunction with the BIM Level 2 Government mandate.
By viewing our online webinar, you can see how organisations like yours can benefit from BIM Certification to gain a competitive advantage within the construction industry. We’ll also offer an insight into how BIM is being adopted by the industry.
"BIM Level 2 Certification has been an aspiration of Sewell since the Government announced it as being one of their pre-requisites to work on their projects. The whole company, and our supply chain, has embraced the roll-out of BIM and all our relevant schemes are now delivered in a BIM environment to Level 2. We are already looking at ways in which we can further integrate our Facilities Management business into the process to bring even greater value to our clients."
Matt Longden, Design Manager, Sewell Construction
"Building Information Modelling has now become the industry standard way of designing & running construction projects and A&B have been actively supporting this process since 2012. We are pleased to achieve BIM Level 2 certification as it now allows us to further demonstrate our understanding and commitment to the process."
Stephen Burns, BIM Manager (A&B Engineering)