• Commitment to continue to work as a federated network across the UK, at local, regional and national level.
  • Promote the adoption of BIM, associated technologies and collaborative working across the built environment industry.
  • Remain software agnostic, and promote open digital collaboration and data exchange.
  • Promote UK BIM Level 2 standards and processes, and Level 3 when available.
  • Achieve critical mass for adoption of BIM Level 2 – to reach circa 672,000 people, including key influencers within 4 years (2020)
  • Promote, encourage and support the digital transition and transformation of the industry, at all levels and across all sectors.
  • Reach out across the industry and beyond to form collaborative partnerships to promote digital transformation


Provide at least three meetings/events/something per year
Jan/Apr – May/July – Sept/Nov

Use of agreed collateral and key messaging, segmented to strategic, management, technical: (to be developed)

  • What is BIM?
  • Why BIM?
  • Level 2
  • SME’s
  • Segmented, Client, Designer etc
  • Collaboration
  • Software/technical

Commitment to:

  • Connect
  • IncludeStay in the network
  • Share nicely
  • Collaborate
  • Communicate
  • Educate
  • Grow/Proliferate
  • Try for 50/50 gender balanced on leadership representation by 31/12/16 (currently 31%, Jan 2016)
  • Use of agreed BIM Regions branding
  • Meetings/events free or low cost to end users
  • Remain impartial, technology neutral, aligned with BIM Task Group messaging

Summary targets – guidelines framework:

For 2016, We set out to:

Overall 50 groups, 100 champs 50/50 gender balanced leadership, 25,000 network by end 2016

Form at least one more localised group per Region, 2 more champs per group. (1M/1F if possible)

What we achieved:

Watch this space!