Organised by Construction Industry Council (CIC), the award aims to inspire organisations and practitioners to continually be creative, innovative, transformative or disruptive in bringing BIM to its full potential.
A pioneer in implementing BIM in the design process, WSP demonstrated how to leverage potential BIM-associated technologies and work processes for collaborative, efficient and effective design of buildings, infrastructure elements and cities, unlocking digital’s value from engineering excellence and Future Ready design for today and tomorrow.
Long championing the use of BIM, WSP has been going beyond the limit of BIM to include more advanced services and deliverables including Cloud collaboration, performance analysis, energy modelling and analysis, construction automation, digital twin, smart and robotic solutions and BIM training, creating values to a wide range of projects and clients.
Apart from being recognised as one of the BIM Organisations, our exceptional capabilities and achievements in BIM also earned us esteemed recognition for five of our BIM projects and collaborations.
BIM with HILTI 2021
Partnered with HILTI, a leading multinational firm designing construction-related software and products, in this 1-year programme, WSP drives collaboration between different stakeholders in the industry, including Jardine Engineering, BYME Engineering and Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong (THEi) – to nurture young BIM engineers and students to share knowledge and challenges on BIM, while fostering collaborations for innovative future solutions.
WSP harnesses our BIM audit and management and tailored BIM design solutions to the Design-Build-Operate joint venture for the city’s second organic resources recovery centre project. Our 4D simulations at the design stage enable the team to well optimise project programme before construction. Leveraging the latest BIM-simulated clash detection technology with cloud-based common data platform, WSP enables better collaboration and facilitates seamless information flow within the team. Our project team not only assists in stimulating a digital space throughout the construction, but also aims to prevent and solve the clashes with the holistic BIM solutions.
As the BIM Manager for this climate-proof strategic water source, WSP achieves efficient BIM collaboration through utilising cloud-based collaboration platform to coordinate with stakeholders from all locations, successfully achieved Level 2 BIM and 4D phase planning under a common data environment, greatly improving the buildability of works.
WSP’s collaborative digitalisation effort is seen in adopting openBIM throughout the whole project lifecycle to enhance flexibility of BIM uses and achieve interoperability, traceability, reliability and sustainability for better asset management and performance, ultimately shaping this exemplary Grade A Office as the next generation of a healthy, resilient, smart, green and sustainable landmark in Hong Kong.
Heritage Information Modelling for Tai Fu Tai Mansion
Tai Fu Tai Mansion in Yuen Long is a declared monument built over 150 years around Qing Dynasty. By adopting Heritage Information Modelling (HIM) using OpenBIM, WSP helps enhance heritage conservation and facilities upkeep for the historic fabrics, while enabling public to learn more on our heritage through interactive digital models and platforms, driving forward the sustainable development in our city.