This website provides published standards, guidance, useful links and other resources, such as learning outcomes and relevant information to support the digital journey of all organizations towards the implementation of BIM. The aim is to adopt a unified approach to managing information, foster innovative technological solutions and stimulate ongoing knowledge sharing.
CCI is aiming to increase construction productivity through a collaborative digital information infrastructure (CCI classification system) to enable consistent data exchange. Based on international standards and developed for digital processes, CCI covers the whole built environment: buildings, infrastructure and other civil engineering works and throughout the lifecycle – from planning through design, execution, operation, demolition to removal and reuse.
The Government’s BIM Strategy was published in September 2017 to stimulate the public sector and to support the digital transformation and growth of the construction sector. It was prepared by the Ministry of Industry and Trade, working closely with Czech BIM Council experts. Within the Strategy, a key element for reducing costs, cutting waste and avoiding errors is the adoption of the Building Information Management (BIM), which makes the most of digital technologies to provide a consistent flow of information and measurable standards at all stages of the construction life cycle, including asset and facility management.
Digital Czechia is a set of concepts and implementation plans ensuring the preconditions for the long-term prosperity of the Czech Republic in the environment of the ongoing digital revolution. Its content can be defined as “Strategy of coordinated and comprehensive digitization of the Czech Republic 2018+”.