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HMYOI Cookham Wood: the first government scheme adoption of BIM Level 2

The Cookham Wood project was the first of four Ministry of Justice (MoJ) projects in its Level 2 Building Information Modelling (BIM) ‘Early Adopter Programme’ - part of MoJ’s strategy for meeting the Government’s plan to roll out BIM Level 2 across all public sector projects by 2016. This article describes URS’ experience, from high-level thinking about BIM on this pilot scheme, to the realities of delivering full BIM models in a tight (6 week) programme.

Author(s): D. Glennon and A. Brown (URS Infrastructure & Environment UK Ltd)