Information definition (revamped existing documentation) and Information Management (including CDE management). Client-side information management for Stage 4 reviewing contractor models.
Service: Bond Bryan Digital were employed to develop existing information requirements for the University of Cambridge. These evolved so that the data requirements were more detailed, splitting out the Asset Information Requirements (AIR) from the existing Employer’s Information Requirements (EIR) and building the data more around open standards. This enabled the development of robust and extensive model-checking rules that aligned with the requirements documentation.
Working with the design team, both projects were subjected to rigorous model checking at both RIBA Stage 2 (Concept Design) and RIBA Stage 3 (Developed Design) to ensure compliance with the detailed information requirements. Outputs at the end of each stage included formal reports, federated models, COBie and Quality Control Reports demonstrating the compliance of the data produced for the COBie file.
Bond Bryan Digital also assisted the University with the setup of their selected Common Data Environment (CDE), which is Asite, to align with current industry standards. Bond Bryan Digital have subsequently been responsible for managing the project information on the selected CDE.
Bond Bryan Digital were also commissioned as Information Consultants for RIBA Stage 4 to review the contractor team progress and ensure continuity of delivery.
Bond Bryan Digital were employed for information management (lead appointed party) and clash detectionLearn more
Bond Bryan Digital develops suite of information management resources to support the ISO 19650 process for the Department for Education’s (DfE) schools Construction Framework 2021.Learn more
Bond Bryan Digital assessed and developed exchange information requirements and resources to support the Department for Education’s ultra-low carbon R&D project.Learn more
Bond Bryan Digital were employed to federate models and to assess and manage coordination issues.Learn more
Bond Bryan Digital were employed by Nottingham College to develop the Employer’s Information Requirements (EIR) and Asset Information Requirements (AIR).Learn more
Bond Bryan Digital were employed for clash detection of multiple models during RIBA stages 3 and 4.Learn more
Bond Bryan Digital were employed for information management on behalf of UCL.Learn more
Bond Bryan Digital were employed to develop existing information requirements for the University of Cambridge.Learn more
Bond Bryan Digital were employed for information management on behalf of Kier including mobilisation, training, quality assurance, COBie production and COBie Quality Control reportsLearn more
“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.”