Kazakh Research and Design Institute of Construction and Architecture BIM Website
The Kazakh Research and Design Institute of Construction and Architecture began in 1931, it was then the Council of People’s Commissars of the Kazakh Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (KASSR). In January 1990, on the basis of the scientific part of the Kazakh State Design and Research Institute (KazpromstroyNII project), the Kazakh Research and Design-Experimental Institute of Earthquake-Resistant Construction and Architecture (KazNIISSA) was established. Since 1990, KazNIISSA has been the only leading state research and design organization in the Republic on the problems of the construction complex of Kazakhstan, including areas with particularly complex engineering and geological conditions and regions prone to earthquakes. The group have formed the Commission for the Development of the Regulatory and Technical Framework in the Field of Information Modeling Technology in Construction. The framework for this is strengthening intergovernmental relations and resolving issues related to integration processes, the Basic Organization of the CIS Member States was established by the decision of the CIS Economic Council in order to pursue a coordinated policy in the field of technical regulation and create a unified regulatory framework in the field of construction.
As part of the implementation of the “Action Plan for the Introduction of Information Modeling Technology in the Design of Construction Facilities (BIM-Technologies)”, approved by the Order of the Minister for Investments and Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated April 11, 2017 No. 197 (as amended by Order No. 139 of February 27, 2018), in the period from 2017-2018 several documents were developed and approved which are hosted on this site. These documents include the Lifecycle of construction projects (parts 1,2,3) , rules for the organisation of joint creation of information, requirements for the design of project documentation and procedure for the examination of information models.