BIM4Housing's vision is for all stakeholders, in the provision of housing, to maximise the value added by Better Information Management.


100+ experts from across the industry formed specialist Groups

"We want to focus on the Information element of BIM and how it can address the quality, cost, programme and safety challenges we are all wrestling with."
George Stevenson, ActivePlan
Chairman BIM4Housing

Those Groups drive Workstreams

We think and talk and research- and sometimes argue a bit.
We discuss and cogitate and postulate- and sometimes laugh a bit.



Sustainability, safety and social impact are all key drivers in the development of great homes and communities.

Andrew de Silva - David Miller Archiects


BIM is often seen as a software application; when it is actually a combination of processes, information, people, culture and many different software applications working together.

Varun Soni - calfordseadon


Developers/Owners now have the opportunity to ensure they are provided with the information they need to plan and operate safe and cost effective estates.

David Poat - Notting Hill Genesis


BIM4Housing provides the asset teams with the opportunity to reach a common agreement of what information they actually need,

Gary Bellenger - A2Dominion Group


Karen E. Jones - Stream Leader

The current confluent of crises; demand for homes, skilled labour and sustainability, have accelerated the need to modernise methods of construction.

David Emery - Stream Leader

Fire Safety

Scott Sanderson – PRP

Reducing the risk and impact of fire is complex and affects different parties- many of whom need to work in concert to achieve solutions that are effective.

Will Perkins – Group MD at SE Controls


Omar Elhoucine – BSS Group

Sustainability is one of the greatest challenges facing all aspects of all industries. With construction's tight margins, cost-effective delivery is vital.

Dr Kwadwo Oti-Sarpong