We are proud to have been awarded ISO 19650-2:2018 (BIM) accreditation from BRE, becoming one of the first companies to hold this Accredited Certification internationally.
ISO 19650 is the international version of the UK 1192 standards and the UK government’s BIM Level 2 mandate and demonstrates our adoption and compliance with BIM standards.
Over the last 2 years, we’ve invested significantly in embedding BIM processes and technology throughout OAG. This enables us to use BIM across a wide range of projects and sectors – from residential, infrastructure, commercial, retail and culture.
“OAG achieving the recognition of ISO19650 compliance gives our clients the confidence that when they engage with us as an appointed party, they can rest assured that we will deliver compliant BIM deliverables. We are very excited to demonstrate our ability going forward and the benefits that a fully coordinated BIM design process will give on site. This is yet another reason why we stand out in our industry as a trusted partner, Our clients know OAG will be a safe pair of hands.”
James Batchelor, Design Director
Gaining BIM certification gives our clients confidence that we work to the core standards, principles, and workflows of ISO 19650 and that our processes are managed effectively. Having this certification showcases that we are confident in the BIM environment and are competent as an appointed party task team.
“Congratulations to OAG who provided clear evidence of their hard work and dedication to alignment with ISO 19650-2:2018 within their business and on projects. The recent UKAS Accreditation of BRE’s ISO 19650-2:2018 scheme enhances the integrity of OAG’s achievement in completing BRE’s certification process.”
Ben Curtis, BIM Certification Scheme Manager, BRE
BIM facilitates collaborative working with clients throughout the project lifecycle, sharing the right information with the right people at the right time.
We are also able to visualise and test our design solutions at the pre-construction stage, helping reduce unnecessary costs through wasted resources and time.
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