McBains has successfully passed both Stages 1 and 2 of the ISO 19650 audit.
We're delighted to announce that McBains has successfully achieved ISO 19650 certification, which recognises the high standards of organisation and digitisation that we operate in relation to our BIM processes, and has successfully passed both Stages 1 and 2 of the ISO 19650 audit.
ISO 19650 is the internationally-recognised standard for managing information over the whole life-cycle of a built asset using BIM, and supersedes the BS 1192 and PAS 1192 standards.
As an early adopter of BIM, McBains has been aligning to PAS 1192 standards for many years; achieving BIM Level 2 certification back in 2016.
Ben Curtis, BIM Certification Scheme Manager at BRE commented “McBains continue to demonstrate and evidence their ongoing dedication to excellence and alignment with the latest standards and requirements. That BRE’s ISO 19650-2:2018 scheme has now been granted UKAS Accreditation adds to the integrity of the BRE certification process, and McBains achievement.”
Devan Mistry, Associate Director and Strategic BIM Lead at McBains commented: "BIM has been central to our business for some time and we're delighted that our high standards and dedication to business-wide excellence have been recognised by the international ISO 19650 accreditation".
To find out more about the McBains approach to BIM please contact Devan Mistry in our London office.
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