Using BIM for carbon reporting

Sites should be aware of their impact on the environment and measure their carbon footprint to allow for continuous improvement.

See the examples below for how one site developed an innovative way of achieving this:

  • The project implemented Building Information Modelling (BIM) up to 7D, allowing the team to use this information for the purpose of carbon reporting and capture.
  • Using BIM means accurate carbon data is recorded, and has the added benefit of being able to predict quickly and accurately the change in carbon usage brought about by design changes.

See the download below for more information:

Carbon Reporting Using BIM

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Monitor report. Humber Pipeline Tunnel JV. North Lincolnshire. November 2017.


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