People not packages
As an early adopter of digital engineering technologies, our people have had the time to best understand and get maximum value from BIM.
It’s knowledge that we’re keen to share with our supply chain, because we can’t fully embrace this new way of working without them. It is only by helping the wider industry to upskill that we will be able to deliver the best solutions for clients, while helping to achieve the targets set in the industrial strategy Construction 2025.
We have been working closely with our supply chain to understand how they’re integrating BIM, identifying common challenges and opportunities that we can help to address. We’ve developed a number of training and development courses, from general awareness and BIM theory through to detailed software proficiency guides, which are available to our employees and partners.
As a global business, we share learning and insights through our BIM experts group. We share this knowledge more widely too, through our membership of industry bodies and our participation in events. Greater collaboration across industry will help us all to deliver carbon and cost savings, while reducing risk and delivering projects more efficiently and quickly.