Government Soft Landings: Presentation on King’s College London

April 23, 2014.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOD3IBXi09o&feature=player_embedded  

Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB) presented to over 250 public sector attendees at the recent GSL ‘Joining the Dots’ Conference to promote the benefits of Government Soft Landings and BIM.

The presentation was based on a case study of King’s College London’s Champion Hill development, a £40-million scheme which includes 720 student residences across four new-build blocks, and the renovation of a Grade II listed building.

RLB is providing project management for King’s College London.

A Government Soft Landings approach ensures that data generated through BIM during the design and construction phase, is fully utilised to enable the building to be commissioned.

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