Latest release of bimstore launched to drive culture change

The latest release of a Building Information Modeling platform is revealed in London, UK on 17 January 2019.

bimstore - the UK and Europe’s original Building Information Modeling (BIM) library – unveiled its next generation platform to help lead industry culture change at RocketSpace in Angel, London on Thursday 17 January 2019.

The pioneering new platform named ‘bimstore 4.0’ has been designed to break down silos between specifiers and manufacturers, encourage collaboration and champion better ways of working in the built environment.

“Our vision for bimstore was for it not only to be an object library, but a network for specifiers and manufacturers to come together and share both knowledge and information.

As well as enabling a ‘smarter community’ to connect specifiers and manufacturers, bimstore 4.0 continues to deliver accurate, quality and compliant BIM content for download, including objects and components in all formats from Autodesk Revit, Archicad, Bentley and IFC.

The launch of bimstore 4.0 is pertinent to the Independent Review of Building Regulations and Fire Safety 2018 which highlighted deep flaws in the design and construction process. With strong recommendations in the Hackitt Review for more rigour at the front end of the design process, the need for a digital ‘golden thread of building information’, and the future role of BIM to facilitate this, bimstore 4.0 provides the industry with a platform for culture change.

This year the UK Government will consult on proposals for a ‘digital by default’ standard of record keeping as well as proposals for how duty holders will collect, hold, analyse and make available the data that constitutes a golden thread of building information.

For the first time, bimstore 4.0 provides the burgeoning BIM community with a dedicated space to discuss and debate important built environment industry issues. It does so through new integrated social features including personal profile pages and online discussion forums, so that knowledge and best practice can be shared.

Rob Charlton, Co-Founder of bimstore said: “Over the last 8 years, we’ve continued to invest in innovation to achieve our mission of making buildings smarter.

“Our vision for bimstore was for it not only to be an object library, but a network for specifiers and manufacturers to come together and share both knowledge and information.

“With the launch of bimstore 4.0 we’re strengthening this community because it is only through dialogue and communication on products, standards and the needs of the industry, that key issues and problems can be addressed and better outcomes reached.

“Upfront collaboration, cooperation and coordination is essential to ensure that as an industry we are taking responsibility for the design and delivery of high quality, safe and secure buildings.”

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