Posted: 9 October 2018
Digital Construction Week, the U.K.’s primary event dedicated to innovation and technology in the built environment, will be a busy show for One Creative Environments Ltd.(One).
As early adopters of technology and digital construction, this is a key event for One and will take place from 17-18 October 2018 at Excel, London.
The team looks forward to welcoming attendees to Stand 81, One’s director, Jason Whittall, is speaking as part of the programme and the team is a finalist for two of the event’s prestigious awards.
One has been shortlisted for: The Collaborative Built Environment and Project Innovation of the Year awards for our work with Multiplex Europe on One Nine Elms, a £900m project and our innovative ‘Virtual Mock-up’ approach utilising Building Information Modelling (BIM). This virtual mock-up is a solution jointly developed by Multiplex Europe and One, and has the potential to address and eradicate buildability issues that could otherwise later materialise on site and, therefore, could vastly streamline the physical build.
On the second day of the conference, from 1-1:30pm on 18 October, Jason will be presenting the outcomes of an exciting Research and Development project with BESA and will explain how usable facilities management (FM) outputs can be extracted directly from BIM. This provides clients with accurate Planned Preventative Maintenance schedules at the building handover which is usually a time intensive process. It also allows informed decisions to be made that will affect the long-term efficiency of an asset and so can provide huge cost and environmental benefits.
Jason Whittall, Director of One Creative Environments Ltd. (One), said: “As a practice Certified to BIM Level 2 that is always looking to push the boundaries of BIM capabilities, we are very much looking forward to this event.”
“Please do come and meet the team on stand 81 and we are delighted to have been shortlisted for two awards resulting from our recent project work with Multiplex Europe on One Nine Elms.”