Sewell Construction’s BIM Certification Scheme has been certified in line with PAS 1192-1:2013 standard, by Stroma Certification. The certification assures those that work for and with Sewell of its ability to supply its services in accordance with the requirements of BIM Level 2.
The PAS 1192-2 is the specification for information management for the cap/delivery phase of construction projects using building information modelling. The specification was developed by Stroma Certification to meet the requirement for centrally procured Government projects to be delivered to BIM Level 2 from April 2016.
The scheme aims to help the architecture, engineering, and construction industry achieve compliance with BIM Level 2 and provides evidence that they are capable of delivering BIM projects.
Matt Longden, Design Manager, Sewell Construction comments: “The whole company, and our supply chain, has embraced the roll out of BIM and all our relevant schemes are now delivered in a BIM environment to Level 2. We are already looking at ways in which we can further integrate our Facilities Management business into the process to bring even greater value to our clients.”
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