In a landmark achievement for the pioneering software company, the Asite CDE is one of the world’s first to achieve certification to the new BSI Kitemark for BIM software
London, United Kingdom (March 2021) – Asite has announced that the Asite Common Data Environment (CDE) is one of the first organizations globally to achieve the BSI Kitemark for BIM software by BSI (British Standard Institution), the business improvement company.
Asite has positioned itself as a key player in the industry and the benchmark in best practice, notably providing extensive experience consulting on the implementation of construction projects supporting compliance with the ISO 19650 suite of standards and boasting an industry-leading fully-compliant CDE.
Rob Clifton, Asite Chief of Staff said:
“We are delighted with this achievement and the work that our team has put into building such a resilient and innovative platform. We have always been proud of the services and products that we provide to clients, so to have this independently verified and certified by BSI as being best practice in the industry is a great achievement.
Developing our software to enable compliant delivery of BIM processes against the ISO 19650 framework is just one milestone; Asite will continue to lead the way in engineering and construction technology and help the world build better.”
Andy Butterfield, Managing Director of Built Environment at BSI said:
“As the demand for digital transformation in architecture, construction and asset management continues to grow, and the number of potential software support tools escalates, it is becoming increasingly difficult for organizations to identify appropriate software to support their needs.
Asite has become one of the first organizations globally to achieve this mark of trust and I would like to congratulate them all for their commitment to encouraging a collaborative approach across the life cycle of a built asset.”
The certification gives assurance that the user-functionality of the Asite CDE enables information management in accordance with the relevant process requirements of the ISO 19650 framework.
The Asite Digital Engineering team is also one of only a few organizations worldwide with a British Standards Institution’s Associate Consultant Programme (BSI ACP) certificate of membership. It consults on the BS EN ISO 19650 standards and supports clients in their journey to achieve BSI BIM Kitemarks.
Asite’s vision is to connect people and help the world build better.
Asite’s open construction platform enables organizations working on capital projects to come together, plan, design, and build with seamless information sharing across the entire supply chain.
Asite’s comprehensive range of solutions connect dispersed teams across the lifecycle of capital assets, enabling them to build better and build resilience. With Asite, capital project owners stay at the forefront of innovation, maintaining a golden thread of information throughout a project to facilitate the creation of digital twins.
Asite is headquartered in London's Tech City with regional offices in New York, Houston, Dubai, Riyadh, Sydney, Hong Kong, and Ahmedabad.
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BSI is the business standards company that enables organizations to turn standards of best practice into habits of excellence, ‘inspiring trust for a more resilient world’. For over a century BSI has driven best practice in organizations around the world. Working with 84,000 clients across 195 countries, it is a truly global business with skills and experience across all sectors including automotive, aerospace, built environment, food and retail and healthcare. Through its expertise in Standards and Knowledge Solutions, Assurance Services, Regulatory Services and Consulting Services, BSI helps clients to improve their performance, grow sustainably, manage risk and ultimately become more resilient.
To learn more, please visit: www.bsigroup.com
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