Building Information Modelling – draft policy and principles for Queensland

Consultation has concluded

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The Queensland Government recognises the importance of Building Information Modelling (BIM) in the delivery and management of infrastructure assets and has committed to implementing the use of BIM on all major state infrastructure projects by 2023.

BIM offers many benefits throughout the asset lifecycle and has the potential to drive efficiency, value for money, productivity, innovation and safety.

To maximise the benefits from its use of BIM on infrastructure projects within its annual capital program, the Queensland Government has prepared the Building Information Modelling – draft policy and principles for Queensland to support the effective use of BIM across infrastructure delivery agencies.

Have your say

Feedback is sought on the Building Information Modelling – draft policy and principles for Queensland in the form of written submissions to infrastructurepolicy@dilgp.qld.gov.au

To be considered a properly made submission, you must include your full name and email address.

Responses are due by 5 pm on 21 April 2017.

Your comments and ideas will help shape the final Building Information Modelling – policy and principles for Queensland due to be released in 2017.

The Queensland Government recognises the importance of Building Information Modelling (BIM) in the delivery and management of infrastructure assets and has committed to implementing the use of BIM on all major state infrastructure projects by 2023.

BIM offers many benefits throughout the asset lifecycle and has the potential to drive efficiency, value for money, productivity, innovation and safety.

To maximise the benefits from its use of BIM on infrastructure projects within its annual capital program, the Queensland Government has prepared the Building Information Modelling – draft policy and principles for Queensland to support the effective use of BIM across infrastructure delivery agencies.

Have your say

Feedback is sought on the Building Information Modelling – draft policy and principles for Queensland in the form of written submissions to infrastructurepolicy@dilgp.qld.gov.au

To be considered a properly made submission, you must include your full name and email address.

Responses are due by 5 pm on 21 April 2017.

Your comments and ideas will help shape the final Building Information Modelling – policy and principles for Queensland due to be released in 2017.