Communication and reliability are at the heart of Digital Engineering, bringing together planning, detailed design and specification in one process.
Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Digital Engineering processes offer many benefits realised through improved communication between asset owners, designers, engineers, contractors and other stakeholders.
This state-of-the-art digital process brings together research, data and designs from each part of your project to create a virtual space where a development can be refined, developed, tested and issues mitigated before building costs are incurred. This process provides clear opportunities for cost and risk reduction, whilst improving quality and deliverability by identifying conflicts and clashes at the design stage.
Being able to provide clients with interoperable and increasingly data rich models is now an industry standard and is a requirement of any project which entails the spending of public money; ranging from colleges to roads.
The real world isn’t built in 2 dimensions, so instead of traditional 2D drawings, this smart process allows you to understand the whole lifecycle of your project and how it interacts with its environment and can prove essential when securing planning permissions, as it allows decision makers to assess the impacts of your development.
The benefits of BIM and the Digital Engineering process can be felt throughout the entire life cycle of your development, providing you with all the necessary information to operate, maintain and manage your project going forward.
Wardell Armstrong uses this smart process to provide our clients with a fully co-ordinated service and depth of knowledge from experts across our full range of services, including our structural, civil, landscape architectural, archaeology and ground engineering teams.
Clients who have used this system of smarter program management include:
- M55 Link Road, Lytham St Annes
- Forth Valley College, Edinburgh
- Lands Improvement Holdings, London