BIM Innovation Capability Programme for Ireland

The BIM Innovation Capability Programme (BICP)  will seek to capture the capability of the Irish Construction Industry and the Higher Education Institutes to respond to the increased requirement for BIM on Irish construction and engineering projects. The outputs of the BICP will seek to influence the strategic use of BIM by key clients and procurement policy makers in Ireland.

 
 
 
 

About the BICP Research Team                                                     the BICP research objectives

                                                                                

 

CLICK BELOW TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT EACH WORK PACKAGE

            WORK PACKAGE 1           WORK PACKAGE 2              WORK PACKAGE 3               WORK PACKAGE 4

 

Download some of findings of the BICP Research Team

      the bicp global Bim Study        BIM in ireland 2017 report                  irish BIM case studies

 

     3RD LEVEL BIM TRAINING                 BIM Managers in Ireland          iNDUSTRY CONSULTATION REPORT

  Public Sector consultations             BICP WORKING GROUPS                       BICP Newsletters

 

Videos & Presentations

Recent update from the BICP Postdoctoral Researcher Dr Barry McAuley  and  BICP Principle Investigator Dr Alan Hore at the December CitA Smarter Co-Operative Building Series Event

To view more videos and presentations please Click Here

 

Publications

Read our recent publication in the Q4 Edition of Irish Building Magazine

 

 

Read our recent Conference Paper publications  from the CitA BIM Gathering in Dublin

Stewardship of International BIM Programmes: Lessons for Ireland                      Ireland’s BIM Macro Adoption Study: Establishing Ireland’s BIM                                                                                                                                                                                       Maturity

Read the Work Package 3 Report. The report provides the findings from an intensive period of analysis undertaken by the BICP Team. The purpose was to analysis all the data collated in Work Packages 1 and 2 in order to establish the key themes that have become prevalent.

 

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