Transition to BIM requires addition competencies
For the successful implementation of BIM-technologies, participants in the Russian construction industry need to master new competencies by the end of the year, said Igor Manylov, head of the State Expertise Committee.
“The industry needs to create a unified information environment where all participants in the process can effectively interact. The immersion of experts in BIM is another, and very important, step towards solving this problem”, said Igor Manylov.
The head of the department noted that before the end of the year it is necessary to complete the digitalization of all management processes in construction.
“In the light of the work to reduce administrative barriers that the government is currently carrying out, the institute of construction expertise, while retaining its key functions to ensure the effectiveness of project implementation and facility safety, should transform its operational processes and move from standard control to a smart construction management system, including expert support for projects”, he emphasized.
Recall that earlier, President Vladimir Putin signed a law that officially enshrines the concept of “information modeling in construction” in the Town Planning Code of the Russian Federation. The use of BIM technologies in the design of urban order objects in Moscow is planned to be introduced in 2021.