The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 91 (2013) > Issues > Issue 11 > BIM approach to a nuclear project: Sellafield Maintenance Facility
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BIM approach to a nuclear project: Sellafield Maintenance Facility

Although the nuclear industry is necessarily and understandably cautious in adopting new technology, there was a push to adopt BIM, driven by both individual experiences within the team and an appreciation of the advances being made outside of the nuclear sector. Sellafield Maintenance Facility is a new mechanical handling plant that will provide operational support during waste retrieval campaigns.

Author(s): J. Boyle and J. Robison (Sellafield Ltd)