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Proposed changes to the UK construction sector’s classification system, Uniclass.

June 8th, 2012

Adopting Building information modelling (BIM) for managing information from concept to grave means sharing information with the right people at the right time. Ensuring that information is structured the same way by all interested parties, requires a unified approach to classification. It is also important that the classification is unified so that at each stage of the life cycle of any construction project information can be developed in a logical manner.

The current UK standard classification, Uniclass, consists of a number of tables that provide a good framework but it is not well aligned for mapping from one table to another. This document identifies the issues and sets out the proposals for improving and unifying Uniclass.

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  1. June 11th, 2012 at 06:42 | #1

    The overall information is necessary to analyze in a construction project before the implementation phase. You should have knowledge about what to do and how to do. The analysis is the important phase. Like if you do not analyze the information and how to do your work and you have started constructing a building, in the middle you realize something additional to be there in the map then it will be difficult for you to implement it.

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