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BIM Proposition

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Delivering BIM at Laing O'Rourke BIM within the industry today BIM Enablers BIM enabled IT infrastructure Interoperability between systems Hardware and software issues understood Clear differentiation between personnel roles on the project requiring differing levels of IT – laptops, BIM stations, etc
Project analysis and BIM outputs with software review – with recommendations to enable success
Project data management requirements assessed and aligned to suitable BIM processes Designers structure Diverse range of personnel delivering BIM within Laing O’Rourke
Commercial, engineers and designers make up our teams across the UK
These teams are continually evolving to meet the demands of our clients and our business with 900+ days of training Our Clients Hinkley Point
20 June 2012
A BIM model designed over two years has been hailed as crucial to ensuring that the UK’s first new Nuclear power station is delivered on time and within budget.
Laing O’Rourke confirmed for the Cheesegrater
2 August, 2011
British Land and Oxford Properties have confirmed that Laing O’Rourke has been appointed main contractor on the Leadenhall Building, commonly known as the Cheesegrater BIM related job descriptions / capabilities Vision, leadership and a trusted advisor Working with our key clients to develop their BIM strategy for future projects
BIM is at the core of Laing O’Rourke and endorsed by senior management throughout the organisation Bankable BIM Case Studies Laing O’Rourke to be UKCMRI main contractor
11 March 2011

UKCMRI's Construction Director Andy Smith
"After a lengthy and detailed evaluation process, Laing O'Rourke was chosen as the main contractor for the development of UKCMRI. The Laing O'Rourke bid scored the highest technically and commercially of the tenders received and represented the best value for money. Laing O'Rourke has a superb track record in delivering such complicated projects. We are very pleased to be working with them." Manchester City Council's John Lorimer discussing BIM
“I remember, I went along to a presentation by CCI and just thought ‘we have got to have that’. So we did it, we pushed for it in a simple form on our Building Schools for the Future programme, which of course we partnered with Laing O’Rourke on. And now it’s part of our £90m Town Hall Complex transformation programme“ The project will use Building Information Modeling, with the intention to develop a Level 4 BIM model that will be used for operation and maintenance after completion of construction works. Laing O’Rourke and Manchester City Council have agreed a £95m figure to refurbish and restore the 1930s town hall and library
6 October 2010 Case Studies - The Leadenhall Building Case Studies - The Francis Crick Institute Our Clients Our Clients Full knowledge in how to implement a reliant, secure and BIM enabled IT network
Project review for BIM server implementation
Assessment of suitability of cloud based management processes Technology - Infrastructure Technology - Interoperability Detailed understanding about model compatibility and data management
Identification of structured protocols appropriate to systems being used
Client process review to define suitable systems to meet business strategy – BIM should fit your strategy, not vice versa Technology - Hardware and Software The Value Opportunity using BIM on HS2 BIM development roadmap BIM Investment vs Projected Value Bankable BIM case study Bankable BIM case study Bankable BIM case study Bankable BIM case study Laing O’Rourke’s BIM process will deliver an integrated set of geometric models, data, and documentation that builds over the life of a project to capture all knowledge related to that project.

This will be central to everything we do from work winning through to manufacture, delivery, operations and decommissioning across the clients activities. Process Our Clients Questions Utilising our experience gained over many projects, the BIM process will give our clients confidence in our abilities by demonstrating our understanding of the complexity of the construction process, risks, logistics and programme thereby enhancing our reputation for safe delivery on time and to cost.

On completion a data rich model will be handed over to the Client, giving the necessary information to efficiently operate
and maximise the value of the asset over its entire life.

The BIM process will differentiate Laing O’Rourke
in the market place. The Vision for Building Information Modelling in Laing O’Rourke

Laing O’Rourke’s BIM process will deliver an integrated set of geometric models, data, and documentation that builds over the life of a project to capture all knowledge related to that project.

This will be core to everything we do from work winning, design, manufacture, delivery, operations and decommissioning across the group’s activities.
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