BIM 4 Housing, the non-profit organisation, is brimming with innovation to disrupt the housing sector.
Nottingham, UK, November 23, 2022: The well-known non-profit organisation for construction consulting and management, BIM 4 Housing, is focusing on the “information” element of BIM. This innovative approach promises to disrupt the housing sector and let the stakeholders use BIM (Better Information Management) to provide safer, greener, and easy-to-maintain residential buildings.
Chaired by BIM veteran George Stevenson, along with the Director of BIM 4 Housing, Richard Freer, the organisation is doing a lot in the UK, as substantial changes in legislation are introduced to enhance building safety and prevent disasters such as Grenfell Towers.
In this context, George Stevenson, Chairman of BIM 4 Housing, quotes: “We want to focus on the Information element of BIM and how it can address the quality, cost, program, and safety challenges we are all wresting with.”
BIM 4 Housing offers a platform for passionate people to meet to create big changes. Everybody here works on a voluntary basis to help improve the housing and construction industry and to create a positive impact on its future.
In addition, BIM 4 Housing is supporting the L&Q/DLUCH Golden Thread Initiative in defining the challenges the industry faces post-grenfel- along with suggesting substantive solutions.
Stakeholders interested in sharing ideas and innovative methods and to talk, research, and discuss can contact this organisation by filling an online form on the website www.bim4housing.com.
150 Lambley Lane, Burton Joyce,
Nottingham, NG14 5BN United Kingdom.