The BIM Institute aims to educate BIM awareness while at the same time transforming and future-proofing the way the built environment works. Its alliance with the Black Business Council for the Built Environment ( BBCBE) has created the ideal platform to involve all industry and trade organisations. The BIM Institute aims to bring together professional institutions, trade associations and any other industry organisations to provide a consistent message and coordinated approach to digital transformation, working across silos to a shared objective.
The BIM Institute joins the Exceptional BIM Ecosystem Programme
The BIM Institute has become an ecosystem partner of Exceptional BIM, in a move aimed at driving digital transformation to enable a better-performing African built environment.
Vaughan Harris, the founder of BIM Institute and Exceptional BIM, said: “During the pandemic times we need to build education and policy-making under one umbrella. Our mission is to positively disrupt the African built environment by providing digital guidelines and education as a key enabler of transformation. Working with our strategic partners Asite and Bentley Systems who are helping deliver consistency to the industry around digital transformation and help organisations and individuals across the industry unlock the benefits of digital working.
Exceptional BIM, whose members range across the entire supply chain, has online learning presence in more than 57 countries. The learning platform has become more than just a platform for education and knowledge but an inspiration for thousands of students, a much-needed change in the construction sector.