Interserve is ‘first’ contractor to achieve BIM Level 2 certification

BIM Level 2, Interserve
BIM achievement for Interserve — from left are Interserve’s national BIM manager, managing director Ian Renhard and Ben Curtis, BRE Global BIM scheme manager.

Interserve claims to be the first main contractor to be certified as BIM Level 2 compliant under the BRE Global Business Certification Scheme. To achieve this certification, an assessment-based procedure is undertaken to measure BIM management systems and processes. Interserve is now permitted to use the BRE Global Badge of Compliance.

Ian Renhard, managing director of Interserve Construction, said, ‘We are incredibly proud to be the first contractor to have achieved this certification. It is concrete evidence of our commitment to BIM as a key vehicle for delivering best value to our customers.’

Alex Jones, the company’s BIM manager added, ‘During a rigorous 2-day audit process, the BRE Global assessment team were both practical and helpful. I would recommend their services to anyone wishing to test their compliance.

‘We have implemented UK BIM standards across demanding public- and private-sector projects. This is another milestone for Interserve as we transition from analogue to digital in preparation for the 2015 construction strategy target.’

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