This strategy document sets the digital strategy vision for 2030 within Vietnam. The overall aim is for Vietnam to become a prosperous digital country that pioneers trying out new technologies and models; has completed fundamental and comprehensive reforms in Governmental operation, economic activities of enterprises and the way people live and work, and has established a safe, civilized and widespread digital environment.
Through a series of headings and bullet points this strategy and vision document articulates all of Vietnams drivers and actions relating to digital construction and BIM.
The Ministry for Investment and Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan is a state authority of the Republic of Kazakhstan leading in the sphere of industry and industry-innovation development, scientific-technical country development and construction.
This is the order of the Minister for Investments and Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan dated April 11, 2017 No. 197. The topic of the order is the approval of the Action Plan for the implementation of information modeling technology in the design of construction projects (BIM technologies) (as amended on February 27, 2018). This includes Carrying out preparatory activities for the introduction of information modeling technologies, Development of normative technical documents on the application of building information modeling technology, making appropriate changes and additions to normative legal acts and normative technical documents, Development (adaptation) of BIM standards and related documents in the field of information modeling of industrial and civil construction of buildings and structures, Development of a BIM-oriented classifier and harmonization with the existing resource method classifier, Training of specialists for the practical application of information modeling technologies in the construction industry of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Implementation of pilot projects on information modelling, Creation of the State Bank of Information Models (GBIM), Digitization of the architectural, urban planning and construction catalog, and further steps for the development of information modeling technology in the Republic of Kazakhstan
The Ministry of Sustainable Infrastructure and Mobility (Ministero delle infrastrutture e della mobilita’ sostenibili) is the executive structure for infrastructure and transport of the Italian State.
The Minister of Infrastructure and Transport has adopted this Decree, which defines the methods and times for the gradual introduction – by contracting authorities, granting administrations and economic operators – of the mandatory nature of specific electronic methods and tools, such as modelling for construction and infrastructures. This will impact the design, construction and management phases of the works and related checks.
The Decree was subsequently modified by Ministerial Decree number 312 on 2nd August 2021.
Planning and building are internationally recognised core competences in Germany. Every year, the German planning and construction industry proves that it can build efficiently and with high quality. Despite these competences, a number of major projects experienced delays and cost overruns. For this reason, the former Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development convened the Reform Commission for the Construction of Large-Scale Projects to counteract undesirable developments. In addition to numerous other recommendations, the Reform Commission emphasised in its final report that digital methods such as BIM bring great advantages and should therefore be used more intensively.
This phased plan (Stufenplan Digitales Planen und Bauen), initiated by the reform commission, defines a common understanding of the BIM method and specifies the requirements that the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure will place on digital models and collaborative work with BIM. The plan thus creates clarity for all those involved as to which future requirements they should be prepared for. At the same time, it gives everyone enough time to make the necessary changes by setting out the timeline for the phased adoption of BIM and the next steps that need to be taken to reach a ‘Level 1’ performance.
The primary audience of the phased plan are the public clients of infrastructure construction, who must demand a performance of ‘Level 1’ in their project awards, and the contractors, who are required to acquire the necessary knowledge if this is not already available. However other public and private clients can also benefit from this plan as a basis for the introduction of BIM.
The document is also available in English (Road Map for Digital Design and Construction) from here.
Akademiska Hus AB, the Swedish Fortifications Agency, the Riksdag Administration, Specialfastigheter Sverige AB and The Swedish Real Estate Agency have agreed to cooperate in order to promote the development and use of BIM in management and construction projects. The five organisations have worked together to develop a uniform strategy for working with BIM. This BIM strategy document (Strategi för BIM i förvaltning och project) introduces a common way of working and includes requirements for the use of BIM in projects as well as collaboration on the implementation of BIM in project management. The purpose of the collaboration is partly a joint efficient use of resources in the development of the working method and partly to reach a common clear set of requirements that will lead to a more efficient information management process.
This document describes in general terms the background, vision, goals, format and action plan for BIM implementation. It also outlines how the management of the framework is intended for continued development and improvement. The need to be able to handle all information digitally is increasing all the time in the construction and real estate sector, the concept of BIM is now widely accepted. It is important to remember that BIM must be able to be used at all stages of a building’s lifecycle.
The Ministry of Public Works is spearheading this plan to implement digitisation into the lifecycle of public sector projects for more transparency, efficiency and increased citizen participation. The plan will push the use of BIM to incorporate new technological and innovative tools within digital government actions and initiatives.
The BIM 2022 plan, a pioneer within continental Europe, was implemented in 2019 to integrate mass digital use, focussing on two key goals:
- Generalise the use of BIM in buildings throughout all sectors by 2022.
- Provide professionals with the tools to work within the framework.