ONG&ONG Group, the longstanding multi-disciplinary consultancy in Singapore, Southeast Asia and beyond, is one of the first in the region to cop the ISO 19650 for its cutting-edge business processes in digitisation of information about buildings and civil engineering works, including building information modelling (BIM).
ISO 19650 is applicable to built assets and construction projects of all sizes and complexities, an international standard for Digital Project Delivery. While there are various routes to meeting delivery requirements of a built project, adopting a collaborative mindset between participants is pivotal in achieving higher levels of quality and precision. BIM is now the industry standard for integration across the built environment throughout the asset cycle, as encouraged by Singapore’s Building and Construction Authority or BCA.
Fotis Kampouris, Business Director of Lloyd’s Register, says “We are honoured that ONG&ONG Group Pte Ltd, as one of the key players in architecture, BIM, engineering and management services consultancy, has recognised the importance of BIM ISO 19650, and has become one of the pioneers in Singapore to attain ISO 19650 Certification in line with BIM Stage 2 capabilities.”
BIM is an intelligent 3D model-based process that provides the Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) Industry the insight and tools to efficiently plan, design, construct and management buildings and infrastructure. With Chairman Ong Tze Boon leading the ONG&ONG Group as disruptive innovators with the annual BeyondX tech event and a collaborative environment in the office, the consultancy continues to reinvent the 360 solution for Design, Engineering and Management.
Daniels Chandra, ONG&ONG’s Director of Design Technology says “This accreditation has become another digital transformation milestone that will give more assurance to our clients and business collaborators on ONG&ONG Group readiness to embrace and lead end-to-end BIM-based digitalisation workflow in the built environment industry.”
Notable infrastructural contributions from ONG&ONG Group include Singapore Land Transport Authority’s Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) Downtown MRT stations, Seletar Bus Depot, Singapore’s Integrated Train Testing Centre and several of Jakarta’s MRT Stations.