See how DDC helped Higgins go from an uncredited organisation to being recognised as one of the industry leaders of BIM with an outstanding accreditation score.
DDC can guide your practice to achieve BIM Accreditation smoothly, maximizing your ROI and ensuring that your practice can deliver BIM projects immediately. We work directly with the Lloyd’s Register and provide a bespoke, Four Step Strategy based on your practice.
Step One: Data Collection and GAP analysis
Our initial process is to collect all data necessary for the project, including CAD standards, IT drives, Revit templates etc. We then review that information against IS0 19650 industry standards and the Lloyds’ Register BIM Accreditation Standards. This allows us to identify gaps in your processes and construct the focus of our development and implementation.
Step Two: Software Implementation – Revit and BIM 360
Following our Gap Analysis, our focus is on implementing and training your team to configure Revit projects and feel confident in all aspects of set-up. The specific focus of the software implementation will be tailored to our outcomes from our data collection, your existing team skills and your goals.
Step Three: BIM process Implementation
Our third step is the implementation of BIM processes in your organisation. This process implementation is the foundation of BIM and for achieving the benefits of BIM. 50+ documents make up the project collaborative BIM aspect and are customised to your organisation’s role and business objectives. We will explain what, how and when projects are developed and delivered and demonstrate that the technology is fit for purpose.
Step Four: Training and Support
Finally, we provide an exhaustive, personalised training and support plan. We see ourselves as part of your team and so we are invested in sharing our knowledge and nurturing your team to deliver the best BIM projects, high value, on time and cost efficiently. In addition, we maintain and update the resources we manage with new developments and requirements to ensure that the organisation stays on point with the changes in the industry.