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Bentley Institute wins BIM award

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Bentley Institute’s Digital Advancement Academies have been named as the winner of the BIM Enabler/Consultant of the Year Award at BIM Show Live 2019 in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK.

Bentley Institute wins BIM award

The annual BIM Awards, part of the national conference, honour and recognise the world’s best BIM work by celebrating exceptional and innovative use of BIM in the built environment.

Iain Miskimmin, Senior Academies Manager for Bentley Institute’s Digital Advancement Academies, said, “It’s an honour for Bentley Institute to be recognised for the work we have been doing in this important area since 2012. Having helped to deliver some of the first projects in the UK to embrace a BIM strategy, it’s inspiring to see how far we have come, and how our Digital Advancement Academies continue to support leaders and innovators in the digital built environment to advance digital (BIM) strategies.” 

The BIM Awards were judged by experts in BIM strategy and implementation for today’s modern digital built environment. Awards were given in ten categories. 

The awards were announced the evening before the main programme kicked off for BIM Show Live 2019, which also featured presentations by experts in the construction industry, including David Philp, Global BIM/MIC Consultancy Director, AECOM and co-author of Building Information Modeling for Dummies. 

An initiative of Bentley Systems, Bentley Institute’s Digital Advancement Academies offer a unique, neutral environment for industry innovators to openly discuss challenges and successes in the built environment, to accelerate and optimize digital (BIM) strategy. Bentley Institute partners with industry to act as a catalyst for knowledge exchange, using a process-focused approach to support execution of outcome-based objectives in the creation and operation of digital and physical assets.

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