BIM

Introducing a transformational change to how infrastructure projects are delivered.

With over 15 years direct industry experience and a varied client database, OSL has used BIM technology to work on small, medium and large construction and engineering projects in the UK. Our team consists of highly knowledgeable and experienced multidisciplinary designers from all fields of industry such as Rail, Water and Wastewater Treatment, Petrochemical and Nuclear. With a wide range of 3D and BIM services, OSL assess traditional workflows and implements BIM in accordance with BS1192 and PAS 1192 standards. 

OSL’s approach to BIM

Established and well-defined Common Data Environment (CDE) & BIM Execution Plan (BEP) defining suitably controlled access to dataBenefits: Provides certainty of delivery – right information to right people at the right time. 
Managing information using the CDE to share this information in a collaborative way and manage data correctly avoiding duplication of data. Producing 3D data that is geospatially referenced and co-ordinated according to BS1192/PAS1192:2 and carry out clash detection and constructability sequences to identify clashes digitally before constructionEngaging with the supply chain to ensure same consistent approachBenefits: Decreased cost of changes and/or rework.
Linking the PIM and AIM to the Project Risk Register to represent hazards. Increasing quality of the delivered asset. Identifying and digitally re-engineering assets that are difficult to maintain. Benefit: Reduced risk
Implementation of PAS1192:6 to improve Health and Safety Performance through collaborative use of BIMBenefit: Improved safety.
Improved quality through data informed decisions about project lifecycleBenefit: Zero defects  
Common Data EnvironmentMobile Solutions give access to the people who need it in the field including project controls, inspecting and testing, commissioning at source, which in turn drives data analyticsBenefit: Operational efficiency