Scottish BIM Delivery Group has been established with a remit to lead, manage, coordinate and deliver the BIM implementation plan for Scotland to address recommendations of the Review of Procurement in Construction report in relation to BIM. This group leads the delivery of the Scottish BIM Implementation Plan and are tasked in supporting the Public Sector in Scotland adopt BIM Level 2 where appropriate.

The BIM Delivery Group is supporting Scottish Government in meeting its objectives for a move towards a digital built environment, with BIM featuring as a key part for the future of the Scottish construction industry and with the aim that all central government departments will be adopting, where appropriate, collaborative Level 2 BIM from April 2017.

The BIM Delivery Group is supported by a series of working groups bringing together expertise from industry, public sector, institutes and academia.

The work of the Scottish BIM Delivery Group can be found on the Scottish BIM Implementation website.

 

Meet The Team


David Philp - Chair Scottish BIM Delivery Group

David is Chair of the Scottish BIM Delivery Group and a member of the UK BIM Task Group. David is Global Director for Building Informaiton Modelling and Information Management at AECOM. David brings significant experience in the both the delivery and implementation of BIM. He chairs the Scottish BIM working group and supports in the wider public sector adoption.


Paul Dodd - Scottish BIM Delivery Group

Paul leads on behalf of SFT the work of the Scottish BIM Delivery Group. As an Associate Director within Scottish Futures Trust, Paul is a member of the Construction Review Delivery Team. This is a joint working group between Scottish Government and Scottish Futures Trust to deliver the recommendations of The Review of Scottish Public Sector Procurement in Construction which was published in October 2013. objective of this group is to support and enable the Scottish Public Sector to adopt BIM Level 2 from April 2017. The work of this group is set out within the Scottish BIM Implementation Plan which was published September 2015.