Bond Bryan Digital is a leading information management and building information modelling (BIM) consultancy. We centre our work around best practice, including national and international standards (including the UK BIM Framework and ISO19650). Our approach allows us to help clients clearly set out detailed information requirements that are built around best practice and allows delivery teams to deliver the information you really want, when you want it. We remove the complexity of information management and help to deliver reliable, robust and reusable information for all our clients.
We assist clients in defining and documenting information requirements, so you receive the right information at the right time, driving better outcomes for your built assets. We will also support and advise you on how to get the most from your organisation’s approach to information management.
We help contractors deliver high-quality information in line with your client’s expectation and aligned to current standards and best practice. We will also support your organisation in improving your approach to delivering information efficiently and effectively using the best practice processes.
We support consultants who need to deliver information in accordance with your client’s information requirements. We help you use the tools of your choice (using an Open BIM approach for all our projects) to deliver these information requirements through high quality technical knowledge, training, support and advice.
We bring expertise and experience from working with a wide variety of clients in a range of different sectors over a number of years, enabling us to offer high-quality services to all our clients.
“Our experience of working with Bond Bryan Digital has been very positive and they have used a ‘jargon-free’ approach to discussing our requirements. As well as completing a detailed audit of our resources, Bond Bryan Digital led a series of ‘discovery’ workshops with a range of stakeholders from across the organisation and synthesised this into an accessible, yet detailed, report on our organisational maturity compared to ISO19650 standards for Information Management.”
“Kier work closely with Bond Bryan Digital on a variety of fronts, they are very knowledgeable, productive and collaborative, bringing value for our organisation and clients through better information management.”
“Bond Bryan joined the project with a clear process for the design team to follow. They were instrumental in introducing the building services subcontractor to a 3D modelling and design coordination process, as there was a gap in model coordination after the building services engineer’s appointment ended at the end of Stage 3.”
“Bond Bryan Digital has worked alongside Currie & Brown to ensure our client’s information requirements are being fully delivered throughout the project by both the concept design team and main contractor. Their expert knowledge, professional approach and attention to detail has ensured our client receives the high-quality information specified at the outset of the project.”
“Galliford Try often partner with leading information management specialists in industry to acquire support services and technical expertise to help support our digital transformation. We rely on Bond Bryan Digital, who are renowned for their open standard approaches and knowledge of IFC specifically to help strengthen our position and knowledge in this increasingly popular approach to project information management.”
“Bond Bryan Digital truly integrate with the project team, providing the support and technical resources needed to enable effective information management on McLaren’s projects. They offer unparalleled subject matter knowledge backed by a practical understanding of project delivery to ensure high quality outputs and customer satisfaction.”
The digital construction landscape is expanding rapidly – and so are the boundaries of Bond Bryan Digital’s expertise. Our Knowledge Hub, compiled by our team of digital information specialists, is a helpful resource for those looking to gain insight into current best practice approaches to information management and building information modelling (BIM).
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HELLO EVERYONE! After a year at Bond Bryan Digital and to coincide with our new website, it’s time I rolled up my sleeves and finally started blogging. For those who don’t know me my name is Emma and I’m an Autodesk Revit user. I’m a technician by trade and the more I used Revit over […]READ MORE
INTRODUCTION Welcome back! In the last blog I had a bit of moan and we learnt about some basic IFC principles. In this blog we’re going to take what we have learnt and apply it to the world of Revit. Therefore, if you haven’t read it please do so. I wanted to start by giving a […]READ MORE
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In blog post 01 we described what Attributes are and listed the four core ones: GlobalId OwnerHistory Name DescriptionREAD MORE
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INTRODUCTION Welcome back everyone. It’s been awhile! ☺ The past six blogs were about implementing the structure of IFC within the functionality of Autodesk Revit and talking about IFC in its conceptual data model form. It’s now worth noting that we need to package up the data model so that it can be exchanged. IFC […]READ MORE
Introduction By understanding the previous blogs in this series you should now have enough knowledge to export a good quality IFC and understand the importance of doing so. When I started testing these IFC workflows back in 2015 the catalyst was to export asset information as specified by the Construction-Operations Building information exchange (COBie) schema. […]READ MORE