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BIM Level 2

Since April 2016 it has been the aim of the Government that projects should be carried out following the BIM Level 2 procedures. The two main objectives of the BIM Level 2 procedures are:

  • To reduce carbon emmisions;

  • To reduce project costs by 15-20%.


The requirements to achieve BIM level 2 are outlined within BS EN ISO 19650, which are summarised below:

  • Identify  the Employer's Information Requirements (EIR) and respond with a BIM Execution Plan (BEP) containing a Task Information Delivery Plan (TIDP) and a Master Information Delivery Plan (MIDP);

  • Store, manage and exchange complex information using an online storage Common Data Environment (CDE);

  • Compliance with the documents and standards as listed on the BIM Level 2 website;

  • Apply classification codes to all modelled elements to ensure all parties are providing a 'common language';

  • Producing an Asset Model for Operation & Maintenance purposes


MSJ are working in collaboration with Architects including Martin Walsh Architectural and Farrell & Clark Architects on the particulars of the BIM level 2 working environment.