bim

The tempo of the construction industry is changing rapidly with the Government’s announcement that all Public Sector projects need to be implemented using the BIM approach by 2016.

1 - better outcomes through collaboration

2 - enhanced performance

3 - optimised solutions

4 - greater predictability

5 - faster project delivery

6 - reduced safety risk

7 - fits first time

8 - reduced waste

9 - whole life asset management

10 - continual improvement

watson stirrup and bim...

As a practice, we consider it our duty to encourage the reduction of energy consumption & co2 production.
We are aware that buildings contribute significantly to our co2 impact, and we believe that every effort should be made to reduce that impact wherever possible, not only for the environmental benefit, but because concentration on energy use also reduces our expenditure & produces savings in running costs.

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