08 Aug 2019
RPS achieves ISO 19650 International Standard Business Systems Certification
We solve complex problems by merging creativity with pragmatic implementation of technologies. In recent years we have made significant progress in digital design having established centres of excellence and best practice communities for BIM, Virtual / Augmented Reality and Data Analytics.
We are delighted to have achieved the ISO 19650 certification in recognition of our best practice in BIM. Replacing the BIM Level 2 Business Systems Certification, ISO 19650 is an international standard for managing information over the whole life cycle of a built asset, using BIM.
“RPS’ adoption of not only national and International identified standards, but also best practice means that the certification process was a relatively straight forward progression for them. Their commitment to training, education and improving their business process sets an exemplar for all to follow.” says Paul Oakley Director BIM at BRE.
Our certification to this standard demonstrates our commitment to absolute delivery with the latest best practice international standards.
Our Galway office was initially awarded BIM Level 2 Business Systems Certification by BRE Global in November 2015, followed by Dublin, Cork and Newark offices in May 2018
“Updating our digital technology skills is a continuous journey. We have already met our accreditation target which now allow us to provide best service for our clients and solve complex problems efficiently” says Mark Costello Director BIM & Technical Services RPS.
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