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Track record

Digital Engineering alone delivers no value – it is a combination of a clear strategy, the right people and culture, the right technology, high quality data and lean process that delivers the benefits.

Digital Engineering track record

This year’s winner, Laing O’Rourke, has fully integrated BIM into its business with an inspired initiative that means what it snappily calls “Digital Engineering” is not just for specialists, but rather all members of staff. The inclusive initiative, which is rolling out globally, involves an online training suite tailored specifically to each employee’s role and level of competency. Each staff member in this way can develop the BIM skills required for their particular job.

Building Magazineon Laing O'Rourke winning BIM Initiative of the Year 2015

We at the Department of Transport and Main Roads have been impressed by Laing O'Rourke's approach to project delivery using their innovative Digital Engineering capabilities. It is evident that these technologies have driven enhanced value through optimised design, improved the construction coordination between parties, provided the platform for more effective stakeholders' engagement, and improved collaboration right through into operations and maintenance.

Queensland GovernmentDepartment of Transport and Main Roads

A BIM model designed over two years has been hailed as crucial to ensuring that the UK’s first new Nuclear power station is delivered on time and within budget.

Construction News on Hinkley Point

Digital Engineering enabled us on this bid to extract the maximum possible from the model, to drive us to the lowest cost, in the shortest possible time, produce drawings and illustrations to a very high quality.

Doug MooreProject Leader, R6 Student Accommodation, Bath

The project will use Building Information Modeling, with the intention to develop a Level 4 BIM model that will be used for operation and maintenance after completion of construction works.

Construction EnquirerLaing O’Rourke and Manchester City Council have agreed a £95m figure to refurbish and restore the 1930s town hall and library

Through the model, we have been able to engage with the client and key stakeholder groups in a totally different way. You can actually feel the level of enthusiasm and engagement increase.

Steven KinninmonthProject Leader, West Cumberland Hospital
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