Ryan Tennyson

Scottish Futures Trust

Associate Director & Infrastructure Technology Advisor

Ryan is an Infrastructure Technology Advisor at Scottish Futures Trust (SFT) with over 19 years’ industry experience within Architecture, BIM and Information Management. He holds an MSc in Design Management and has extensive experience providing BIM consultancy and Information Management services across the UK to many public and private sector clients. Within SFT, he leads on the implementation of ISO 19650 to Scotland’s public sector using the SFT Standard Information Management Plan resource and chairs a client and industry working group focused on the standard specification and digital delivery of final asset handover information for operational purposes. He is a contributing author to the UK BIM Framework guidance and the buildingSMART international openBIM for FM project.

 What to expect during the event

The Standard information management plan has been developed by SFT to support Scottish public sector clients specify, receive, and manage appropriate project and asset information requirements in line with BS EN ISO 19650, the UK BIM Framework and the Uniclass classification system. The resource has 3 primary objectives:
Support a structured and consistent approach in how public bodies specify project information delivered through BIM.
2. Enable delivery of accurate as built 2D, 3D digital information models & O&M manuals to support lifecycle asset management.
3. Comply and align with new international standards in the adoption of BIM and digital information management.
Currently, the Standard information management plan is being deployed on a £2bn Scottish Government education programme, which includes new and existing refurbishment school projects.
This presentation will provide a practical overview on how the resource was formed and continues to evolve with industry engagement and working groups, the role of the client-side information manager to support the development and delivery of consistent information requirements and quality handovers on each project, and the onward resources being developed by SFT to help clients better manage their digital information in the operational phase, so they can effectively measure and monitor the physical built assets.

Placing clients and project handover centre-front of whole-life information management.

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