About the UK BIM Alliance

The purpose of the UK BIM Alliance is to continue the implementation of BIM Level 2. They will increase adoption and implementation levels by; raising awareness in the industry; supporting the coordination of all BIM groups to deliver a consistent and powerful message; fostering innovation by supporting the creation of new tools to help the industry adopt BIM Level 2 faster; and championing great content that showcases BIM best practice.

The Technology Group is unique within the UK BIM Alliance as it provides members with the opportunity to meet with other industry-leading organizations and discuss the latest trends and challenges.


Why are they a partner?

Through joining the Alliance, Asite is committed to working with all members of the BIM community to continue our joint journey to digital transformation and help companies build better.

Asite has a strong reputation of working on some of the most exciting and challenging construction projects in the UK and worldwide. Through this work Asite has seen BIM grow and develop to become one of the most exciting aspects of the industry. Asite is excited to bring their expertise to the growing BIM conversation and drive real change.

Asite and UK BIM Alliance share a vision to ensure BIM becomes the standard practice within the construction industry. Through joining the Alliance, Asite will also be working to transform and future-proof the industry we operate in, discussing how organizations need to adapt and the fundamental steps they can take to achieve their goals.

The UK BIM Alliance also has a number of key goals which Asite are delighted to support through their partnership. Providing trusted independent leadership, mobilizing the community, enabling practical implementation and establishing a common understanding are just some of the areas Asite is looking forward to developing.

This patronage will see Asite work collaboratively with other cloud-based platforms to further the BIM industry in the UK. Fellow Patrons also include parties from across the supply chain including the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy, Willmott Dixon, Santec and Wienerberger.


For more information about the UK BIM Alliance, click here.