Barbour ABI is the UK market leader in construction intelligence solutions, delivering industry trends, analysis and insight across the entire built environment.
Barbour ABI is the exclusive provider of Construction New Orders to the ONS, helping businesses to understand future construction activity. Barbour ABI partner with government authorities including HM Government, Scottish Government, Welsh Government and Infrastructure and Projects Authority.
“We are committed to supporting evolution and revolution within the industry through the most accurate insight available.”
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BSI Identify is a digital identification service that uses DOI (digital object identifier) technology to provide manufacturers with a single place to add and maintain their product information in real time.
BSI Identify is designed to help solve the product traceability challenge in the supply chain. For product manufacturers it is a clear signal of their commitment to product and customer safety. For supply operators, it is a one-stop resource to find relevant and always up-to-date information on a product.
Meet the BSI team at the Building Safety Conference to find out more about BSI Identify, the digital identification service that solves the problem of product traceability. With the help of the UPINs, users can access installation guides, product specification, certifications, while manufacturers have a single place to add and maintain information in real-time. This helps reduce in-use product failure risks that arise from incorrect handling and supports compliance and requirements for product labelling and identification.
For more information on how BSI Identify can support your business, visit our website – https://identify.bsigroup.com/
Lucy has worked within the construction sector for 19 years, having commenced her career in Architectural practice before joining main contractor Wates, where she specialised in Design Management, delivering a wide range of commercial refurbishment projects from the initial design concept phase through to construction and delivery stage. In 2012, Lucy transitioned into Building Information Management (BIM) leading the development and implementation of a digital change management programme, to build the standards, procedures and organisational capability across the Wates business and the wider supply chain. Over an 8-year period in her role as Group BIM Director, Lucy was responsible for the leadership and implementation of BIM across the organisation, driving the delivery of digital construction methods across residential, education, custodial, retail and commercial office sectors. In her current role as Head of Information Management, Lucy leads a multidisciplinary team specialising in Geographic Information System (GIS,) Digital Engineering and Information Control for the joint venture partnership EKFB, who are appointed to the High-Speed Rail 2 (HS2) project. Lucy is a passionate advocate of digital transformation within the built environment, and understands the importance of evolving the culture and capability of the construction industry, in order that robust information management and digital construction processes are universally adopted to deliver transparent, robust information; which will serve to mitigate risks in the design, construction and management of assets.