Citation: Paul Shillcock, Chunli Cao. Brief Introduction of ISO 19650 Series - the Latest International Standard for BIM. Journal of Information Technologyin Civil Engineering and Architecture, 2019, 11(3): 134-138. doi: 10.16670/j.cnki.cn11-5823/tu.2019.03.21
Brief Introduction of ISO 19650 Series - the Latest International Standard for BIM
Operam Ltd., Letchworth SG6 1GJ, UK
GreenCrane Consulting Ltd., Watford WD24 78G, UK
The ISO 19650 series is a new international standard for the management of information when using building information modelling (BIM). The new standards aims to enable teams to minimise wasteful activities and increase predictability around cost and time. Designed to be achieved through a common and collaborative approach to the management of information. This is especially beneficial at a time when we are increasingly seeing delivery teams formed of organizations from different countries, with different cultures and differing ways of working, coming together on projects. Many organization currently align to BS 1192 series of standards. Therefore, it is vital or those organizations to get the help and support needed to transition from the UK 1192 series. To assist adopting, a new publication (PD 19650-0) contains transitional guidance for those familiar with the UK 1192 series. Including the mapping of terminology and key amendments.
Moving forward, three leading bodies - British Standards Institution (BSI), UK BIM Alliance and the Centre for Digitally Built Britain (CDBB) agreed to collaborate to create a single guidance framework for the adoption and implementation of the ISO 19650 series.
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