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Lloyd’s Register first launched its BIM Level 2 accreditation in 2013 and continues to support companies in using innovative construction methods

This ebook gives a detailed overview of the Lloyd’s Register BIM Level 2 accreditation process, from gap analysis to establish an organisation’s standing against Level 2 requirements through to implementation audit and surveillance during the three-year accreditation period.

It also covers the transition to ISO 19650-2, the recently established international standard for BIM information management, for organisations that already have Level 2 accreditation in place.

The ebook includes a thorough introduction to the new ISO 19650 standards and their development from the basis of the British standards for information management using BIM, which they have now replaced.

There is a look at how independent third-party accreditation from Lloyd’s Register has helped international construction and engineering giant BAM Nuttall on its BIM journey, which has helped to drive leaner processes and transform delivery.

In addition, the digital publication covers the partnership between Lloyd’s Register and experienced BIM consultant Excitech, which aims to support organisations with training up to and including their gap analysis stage of accreditation.

Finally, there is a case study looking at how Lloyd’s Register’s BIM Level 2 accreditation helped to improve project delivery for Royal HaskoningDHV, an international engineering and project management consultancy established for 135 years.

Working together, Royal HaskoningDHV has become the first design consultancy to achieve Tier 1 Business Systems BIM accreditation with Lloyd’s Register.

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