HLM architects, with offices in Plymouth, London, and across the UK, have passed their Business Information Model (BIM) audit. The business now joins only a handful of companies to have been awarded the prestigious BIM certification through the BRE BIM Level 2 Business Systems Certification scheme ahead of the government’s April 2016 deadline for public sector project compliance.
The certification provides HLM with industry-recognised BIM credentials and enables them to meet the UK government’s requirements for all public sector construction projects to be built using BIM by 2016. It also provides assurance to clients that HLM continues to focus on delivering the best value for clients through processes that reduce costs, improve efficiencies and deliver the highest quality results.
Ajay Sharma, HLM director – Plymouth Office said: “BIM is essential for the future development of the built environment. Achieving BIM certification allows us to extend our engagement with the public sector and be fully aligned to work in partnership with both existing and new clients. Through the HLM Academy, we will ensure that everyone involved in the design and delivery of our clients’ schemes, is fully trained to use BIM and committed to demonstrating best value.”