IT16283 - Innovate UK DBB Level 3 Strategic Outline Business Case
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11 Completed applications
6 SME, 5 large
- Monday 19 December 2016
- Deadline for asking questions
- Monday 26 December 2016 at 11:59pm GMT
- Closing date for applications
- Monday 2 January 2017 at 11:59pm GMT
- Summary of the work
- Innovate UK/BEIS are delivering the Digital Built Britain (DBB) programme including Level 3 Building Information Modelling (L3) detailed here: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/410096/bis-15-155-digital-built-britain-level-3-strategy.pdf. The specialist is required to deliver a SOBC by the end of April 2017, which sets out recommendations for UK Government spending objective and market intervention for L3.
- Latest start date
- Expected contract length
- to 28/04/2017
- Organisation the work is for
- Innovate UK
- Budget range
About the work
- Why the work is being done
- Innovate UK/BEIS are delivering the Digital Built Britain (DBB) programme including Level 3 Building Information Modelling (L3) detailed here: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/410096/bis-15-155-digital-built-britain-level-3-strategy.pdf. The specialist is required to deliver a SOBC by the end of April 2017, which sets out recommendations for UK Government spending objective and market intervention for L3. The development of the SOBC will require the specialist to adopt a systems engineering approach to the complex business and technology architecture that defines L3. The specialist will need to engage stakeholders across a number of industries and get their input and buy-in to the recommended way forward.
- Problem to be solved
- 1. Identify economically beneficial outcomes arising from the application of BIM beyond its current scope in construction, defining and confirming with industry the overall scope for the Level 3 BIM vision. 2. Establish an outline reference architecture for the development of Level 3 BIM, through application of system engineering approach based on the strategic requirements for the Level 3 BIM vision. 3. Establish the capabilities required to deliver the strategic requirements, which will form the main frame of reference for feasibility work at the OBC stage. 4. Set out the case for change in the form of a SOBC.
- Who the users are and what they need to do
- The SOBC will be used by the Digital Built Britain Team to inform the strategy and direction of the Level 3 programme over the next 3 years. Elements of the SOBC will be used to engage industry in Level 3 in terms of engagement and investment.
- Early market engagement
- PTME discussions with Ordnance Survey, Network Rail, Future Cities Catapult and Academia. See BIM Level 3 Strategy for details. Findings are to pursue a similar methodology utilised by the Network Rail "Digital Railway" programme. http://digitalrailway.co.uk/resources/ Desired approach is to identify stakeholder technology capabilities across Infrastructure, IoT, Cities, Smart Grids, R&D, Commercial Models, Geospatial, Cyber Security, Culture and Manufacturing technologies.
- Any work that’s already been done
- Existing team
- There will be two teams - BIM Task Group and Future Cities Catapult. The Task Group will act as the customer and recipient of the SOBC. The Catapult will provide stakeholder engagement, insights and tech radar across the technology areas.
- Current phase
- Address where the work will take place
- Workshops and stakeholder engagement sessions will take place at Future Cities Catapult in Farringdon, London. Outputs will be presented to the BIM Task Group in Westminster, London.
- Working arrangements
- Supplier will work closely with the Catapult team on a weekly basis to collate outputs from stakeholder workshops and advise on the insights programme. Supplier will meet with BIM Task Group PMO weekly to provide updates and progress.
- Security clearance
- Additional terms and conditions
Skills and experience
Buyers will use the essential and nice-to-have skills and experience to help them evaluate suppliers’ technical competence.
- Essential skills and experience
- Demonstrate how your skills and expertise will aid the production of a SOBC and utilise the Green Book for a digital built environment project and how this will benefit…
- …the successful delivery of this project.
- Show how the skills, expertise and detailed knowledge of BIM Level 2, Smart Cities and IoT across your team will benefit the successful delivery of this project.
- Demonstrate how your skills and expertise in the application of the system engineering approach to develop an outline reference architecture for new digital services in the built environment will ensure…
- …the successful delivery of this project.
- Nice-to-have skills and experience
How suppliers will be evaluated
- How many suppliers to evaluate
- Proposal criteria
- The proposed approach, methodology and programme
- Team structure and leadership
- Relevant skills and expertise and how this will aid the production of an SOBC for a digital built environment project
- Cultural fit criteria
- Demonstrate how you will work transparently and collaboratively with a Government Department along with the Future Cities Catapult and wider industry to develop the SOBC
- Demonstrate how you will implement a no-blame culture and encourage people to learn from their mistakes
- Demonstrate how you will respect the Civil Service Code as found here: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/civil-service-code/the-civil-service-code
- Payment approach
- Capped time and materials
- Assessment methods
- Written proposal
- Evaluation weighting
Questions asked by suppliers
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