CDBB - BIM Level 2 Roundtable Discussion Series

Posted by Adoddle on 22-Mar-2019 06:03:29

BIM Level 2 provides important foundations that will help enable delivery of a future digital economy, it is therefore vitally important that the construction industry continue their progress towards delivery of BIM Level 2 as business as usual and it is for this reason the roundtable series is being held.

Discussions will include subject areas such as training, constructor, professional service provider, manufacturer, and SME engagement, and also technology provision, with the aim of gaining an improved understanding of progress to date and what still remains to be achieved.


The Chartered Institute of Building, 9 Kingsway, London, WC2B 6XF

Date and time:

Mon, 25 March 2019, 13:00 - 17:00.

Nathan Doughty, COO at Asite will be joining the Technology Providers round table discussions around how Asite are delivering BIM Level 2 as the CDE for the University of Cambridge. Here are the details for the discussion:

'Delivery of BIM Level 2, and in turn a digital build Britain, is reliant on the use of appropriate technologies, are technology providers meeting this need and what are they doing to help make BIM Level 2 'business as usual'?'

With clients and Tier 1 contractors increasingly looking to procure the beneficial outputs of BIM Level 2, in particular quality assured information/data, helping them to improve not only capital delivery but also to deliver full-life operational efficiencies, what part do Technology companies play in achieving these goals? 

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About Asite

Asite’s cloud technology gives everyone access to key information regardless of location or device. It enables increased collaboration, resulting in fewer mistakes, delivering huge time and cost savings. Asite’s platform allows firms to store and manage all project data in one central and secure repository. It is a bespoke platform which allows the clients to fully configure the structure of their content with highly controlled access and rich workflows.

Asite was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in London, with American operations based in NYC, and regional offices in Australia, India and South Africa.


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