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Building information modelling (BIM)

HS2 see BIM as a key driver for value.

Leeds station concept.

High Speed Two Ltd is committed to using building information modelling (BIM) for electronic storage and use of digital data. This helps to deliver collaboration across the entire HS2 programme and optimising design for manufacturing as well as assembly opportunities.

In order to achieve this, the HS2 supply chain must be able to meet HS2’s BIM requirements.

Visit our BIM upskilling site.

It offers free online training courses. These are relevant if you are new to BIM or already implementing BIM in your organisation. This online resource provides you with a clear view of our BIM requirements, our strategy and objectives; staying away from just providing generic information to providing HS2-specific content.

Moving forward, the number of courses will continue to grow to become a rich learning experience, not only for those working with HS2, but for all of our industry.

A BIM online training course in session.

HS2 supply chain BIM upskilling study

This study analyses any gap that may exist between HS2’s BIM requirements and the supply chain. This study analyses any gap that may exist between HS2’s BIM requirements and the HS2 supply chain’s current capabilities, and makes recommendations for closing that gap.

Download the study.

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