BIM Level 2 promotes the sharing, analysis and the reuse of information. The models offer a better visual representation of design/construction and can ultimately be used to help inform decision making. Software is utilised to lay multiple models on top of one another to see how they fit together; a process that allows object clashes to be identified and managed.
The latest Government Construction Strategy seeks to incorporate BIM Level 2 across departments which will in turn “enable departments to gradually move to BIM Level 3”.
A lingering lack of awareness about BIM overall within some client companies means that they may not realise they are losing out until it’s too late.
View the following stories for all you need to know about BIM level 2.