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PROJECT DETAILS

  • Sector: Education - Schools and Academies
  • Client (appointing party): Department for Education
  • Lead appointed party: Mott MacDonald
  • BBD Client: Centre for Digital Built Britain / Mott MacDonald
  • Value: n/a
  • RIBA Stage(s): 1-4 (project is a design only project so completed at end of Stage 4)
  • Model Authors (appointed parties): Lyall Bills & Young, Cundall, Smith & Wallwork, Ares Landscape Architects, Chalk Creatives and Garners Food Service Equipment.

OUR ROLE

Information Management

 

Service: Assessment and need (including writing the DfE’s Exchange Information Requirements) for the project. Information delivery for the project including COBie production, Area Data Sheets and data analysis for Carbon Analysis and Quantification.

OTHER PROJECTS

British Land Blossom Street-Norton Folgate

British Land Blossom Street/Norton Folgate

Bond Bryan Digital were employed for reconfiguration of client information requirements around open standards, mobilisation and training of model authors for information delivery.

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Sheffield City Council - Heart of the City II, Block A

Sheffield City Council – Heart of the City II, Block A

Bond Bryan Digital were employed for information management for McLaughlin & Harvey (lead appointed party).

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Peabody

“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.”

Peabody

Technical Manager

Kier

“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.”

Kier Strategic Projects

Head of BIM