• Atkins achieves global BIM certification from BSI

    22 February 2022

    Atkins – a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group – has become the first global engineering consultancy to achieve certification from BSI (British Standards Institution) for Building Information Modelling (BIM) compliance, across its operations in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific.

    The BSI Kitemark™ for BIM – which incorporates international BIM standards (ISO 19650) – 1, 2 and PAS 1192-3,5, ensures all projects adopt a fully collaborative and consistent BIM process throughout the whole project lifecycle to improve performance and increase the predictability of outcomes for clients, while protecting data and information.

    The certification recognises Atkins’ incorporation of international BIM standards within its own Global Design Framework, which forms part of a Group-wide commitment to provide consistent project delivery across its core geographies by connecting people, data and technology. 

    Warren Barnes, Global Kitemark lead at Atkins, said: “Achieving BSI BIM certification internationally is a significant milestone for our organisation as we drive the global adoption of consistent digital practices which are transforming the way infrastructure is designed, built, operated and maintained through the use of secure data which reduces risk and increases certainty.”

    “We would like to congratulate Atkins on their achievement of expanding coverage of their BSI Kitemark,” stated Pietro Foschi, BSI Group Director Assurance Services.  “This demonstrates their commitment to encouraging a collaborative approach across the entire life cycle of a built asset.  Achieving BIM certification can help organizations to accelerate innovation and digital transformation, whilst embedding best practice across the built environment sector.” “We are delighted to receive this certification which recognises Atkins’s strong capability in delivering digital designs to our key clients in Hong Kong following a controlled and certified digital workflow. This shows the great achievement of our effective implementation of a truly collaborative approach and digital information exchange in our projects. It will bring benefits to all our major clients in Hong Kong, including the Hong Kong Government, Hong Kong Airport Authority, MTR Corporation, and major contractors”, SY Liu, Digital Transformation Lead, Engineering Services, Asia.

    For further details, please visit www.atkinsglobal.com.


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