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Last edited 07 Nov 2017
BRE award Atlas Industries
In November 2017, Atlas Industries became the first company to achieve BRE Global BIM Level 2 Business Systems certification in Asia.
Headquartered in Vietnam, and operating world-wide, Atlas Industries is a leading provider of quality documentation and BIM data management to architects and engineers. They have achieved the BIM Level 2 certification as a means of demonstrating their BIM capabilities.
BRE Global’s BIM Level 2 Business Systems Certification scheme assesses a business in relation to its BIM capability and policy as outlined in PAS 1192-2:2013 and PAS 91. It also considers the capability of the business to meet the requirements of an employer to implement BIM Level 2 on a project.
Joe Woolf, Atlas Founder and CEO said:
Paul Oakley, BRE Group Director for BIM said:
“For a company like Atlas, documentation is absolute key to providing valuable solutions that are sufficiently versatile to satisfy relevant BIM Level 2 requirements globally. Achieving certification endorses their high standards and commitment to clients. We are delighted to have Atlas as part of our BIM network”.
This article was originally published here on 1 Nov 2017 by BRE Group.
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