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首批获得新BIM Kitemark™资产管理认证的全球性组织

发布时间: 2017-11-16 16:25:30   审校:睿智   浏览次数:
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Atkins, ENGIE and RTA是第一批获得高效资产数据管理的BSI Kitemark™的全球组织。BSI已发布了新的建筑信息模型(BIM)风筝标志以帮助资产管理机构证明它们已经将BIM应用到生产过程中。

第一批取得BSI PAS 1192-3风筝标志的有Atkins,ENGIE以及RTA。Atkins是一家颇有声望的设计,工程以及项目管理咨询公司。ENGIE是一家领先的能源和服务集团,RTA的全称是迪拜道路及运输管理局,它是迪拜主要的政府机构。

资产管理公司在管理资产的维护,表现及法律合规要求等信息时会遇到很大的挑战,尤其是当他们拥有或者管理多点运行的资产时。

PAS 1192-3关于使用建筑信息模型的资产操作阶段的信息管理规范的BSI Kitemark验证了有关资产(建筑以及基础设施资产)的信息和数据,通常称为AIM(资产信息模型)的定义和管理与BIM二级一致。BIM有助于用户进行合作,因而分享资产数据会带来一系列好处,包括提高管理资产的水平以节省运营成本,提升客户满意度以及资产价值。

它也确保资产信息的要求是由资产拥有者制定并于标准中的要求保持一致。其中包括运行,维护,安全性以及像建筑法规这样的法律要求,这对资产的表现、合规性以及安全性来说非常关键。

Atkins的Neil Thompson说:“BSI的风筝标志给我们的ISO认证增加了不少分量,证明了我们非常重视了解客户资产中的信息。BIM标准不断改进,我们对数字资产管理倾尽所有,从这些可以看出我们全身心地致力于降低成本,控制风险以及提高客户现有基础设施的终身性能。”

ENGIE英国的战略服务总监James Spires说道:“丰富的数据和3D信息的使用将生活中的建筑数据化,BIM在建筑的生命周期内将我们给客户提供的服务数字化。授予新BIM风筝标志的机构非常权威,这说明我们的电子资产管理方法非常可靠,而且服务质量有保障,可以给我们的客户带来多种好处。ENGIE是全球范围内设备管理行业里第一家取得新风筝标志认证       的公司之一,我们非常骄傲。”

Wajdi Mereb是RTA的BIM管理人员,也是首席专家,他说:“我们是全球范围内第一家取得新BSI资产管理风筝标志的资产拥有者,非常开心。这绝对有助于我们向供应链证明行业公认的流程以及IBM程序已经完全嵌入到我们公司当中了。”

BSI的建筑环境及产品认证主管Andy Butterfield说:“BIM正在快速地变成建筑行业的主导者,因为全世界的政府都开始将其变成合同的一个部分。”

“它的主要目的是帮助公司制定更高效的设计和建造方法,从而避免浪费和无效率。接下来,大型物业,房地产公司或者组合资产者需要对自己的产业保持信心,相信自己在运营中或者维护中的资产得到了有效的维护,而且成本很低。我们研发这一计划就是为了给资产管理行业吃一颗定心丸。”

风筝标志也保证了组织以及战略决策得到更好的了解,这对一直需要全面投入运营的商业及公共建筑或基础设施来说尤其重要。另外,万一资产拥有者将来选择卖掉自己的资产,风筝标志会为他们带来好处。

想要取得 PAS 1192-3的BSI风筝标志,组织就得受到评估,必须符合BSI的BIM技术专家提出的标准要求。至于其他的风筝标志,持有组织会定期接受评估。所有拥有等同于ISO 9001的质量管理系统的资产管理者都可以申请BSI资产管理风筝标志,这说明他们高效地提升了客户满意度。

PAS 1192-3指导资产管理者如何将长期的资产管理活动中的信息管理与短期的组合资产建设活动结合起来。

资产管理风筝标志是在PAS 1192-2信息管理风筝标志的基础上设计的。该标志是为2016年12月启动的建设项目的注资/交付阶段而设计。它为公司交付BIM项目提供了最可靠的测量方法,认可公司在设计、建造、供应链管理以及提供卓越的客户服务方面付出了辛勤的劳动。

 

First global organizations certified to new BIM Kitemark for Asset Management

-Atkins, ENGIE and RTA are the first global organizations to achieve new BSI Kitemark™ for the effective management of asset data- 

BSI, the business standards company, has today launched a new Kitemark™ for BIM (Building Information Modelling) to help the asset management industry demonstrate that they have integrated BIM into their processes. 

The first organizations to achieve the BSI Kitemark for PAS 1192-3 are Atkins, a respected design, engineering and project management consultancy, ENGIE, a leading energy and services group and RTA, the Roads & Transportation Authority of Dubai, a major government agency.

Asset managers have a significant challenge in managing information around the maintenance, performance and legal compliance requirements of assets, particularly where they own or manage assets across multiple sites.

The BSI Kitemark for PAS 1192-3 Specification for information management for the operational phase of assets using building information modelling validates that any data and information held about an asset (buildings and infrastructure assets), commonly known as the AIM (Asset Information Model) has been defined and managed in accordance with BIM Level 2. BIM is all about collaboration and therefore sharing this asset data brings a number of benefits including improving the management of assets in order to save operating costs, enhancing customer satisfaction and increasing the value of the asset.

It also ensures that asset information requirements are clearly defined with the asset owner and continue to be maintained in line with these requirements. This would typically include operation, maintenance, safety and legal requirements e.g. building regulations, which are all critical to the performance, compliance and safety of an asset.

Neil Thompson at Atkins said: “This BSI Kitemark adds to our ISO certification and demonstrates the importance we place in understanding our clients’ data-rich assets. Through the development of a number of BIM standards globally and our group-wide focus on digital asset management, we’re fully committed to reducing costs, controlling risks and improving the whole-life performance of our clients’ existing infrastructure.”

James Spires, Strategy Director – Services at ENGIE UK said: “The use of data-enriching, 3D information brings buildings digitally to life. BIM enables the digitalisation of our services to customers throughout the entire lifecycle of their building. The new Kitemark for BIM provides reassurance from a trusted accreditor of a robust approach to digital asset management and service quality, bringing multiple benefits to our customers. ENGIE is proud to be amongst the first organizations globally and the first business in the facilities management industry to achieve the new Kitemark certification.”

Wajdi Mereb, Chief Specialist - BIM Manager at RTA said: “We’re delighted to be the first assets owner in the globe to achieve the new BSI Kitemark for Asset Management. This will absolutely help us to demonstrate to our supply chain that the industry recognized processes and procedures for BIM are fully embedded into our organization.”

Andy Butterfield, Director of Built Environment, Product Certification at BSI said: “BIM is fast becoming a game-changer for the construction industry, with governments around the world starting to make it a condition of contract.

 “Its main purpose is to help companies to carry out more efficient methods of design and construction, ultimately driving out waste and inefficiency. Subsequently, owners of large properties, estates or portfolios of assets need to be confident that their assets are maintained effectively and cost efficiently for operational and maintenance purposes. We’ve developed this scheme to provide the asset management industry with that assurance.”

Achieving this Kitemark will also ensure that organizational and strategic decisions are better informed, which is particularly important for commercial and public buildings or infrastructure assets which need to be fully operational at all times. In addition, having this evidence will benefit asset owners should they choose to sell the asset in the future.

In order to achieve the BSI Kitemark for PAS 1192-3, organizations will be assessed against the requirements of the standard by BSI’s technical BIM experts. As with other Kitemarks, organizations holding the Kitemark will be routinely assessed. The BSI Kitemark for Asset Management is available to all asset managers that have a quality management system equivalent to ISO 9001, the Quality Management Systems standard and can demonstrate effective client satisfaction management.

PAS 1192-3 provides guidance to Asset Managers on how to integrate the management of information across the longer term activity of asset management with the shorter term activity of asset construction for a portfolio of assets.

The Kitemark for Asset Management builds on the BSI Kitemark for PAS 1192-2 Information management for the capital/delivery phase of construction projects which launched in December 2016. It provides the most robust measurement of a company’s delivery of BIM projects, certifying businesses for their diligence in design and construction, supply chain management and delivery of customer service excellence.

For more information, please visit www.bsigroup.com/BIM-UK

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