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Mar 14, 2023
March 13, 2023 13/03/2023 – 1003 BIM tenders were published in 2022, for a value of 2.1 billion euros, +87% in number and 5 times more in value than in 2021. Over 75% of BIM tenders are above the EU threshold, while 241 tenders, for about 25 million euros, are below the threshold (for these tenders the BIM is optional). The bodies that have issued the highest number of BIM tenders are ANAS, RFI, State Property, Invitalia and Port Authorities, with 75.9% of the total value. For BIM, scores ranging from 5.5 to 24 points were assigned; in 25% of cases UNI certified figures were requested. These are, in summary, the results of the sixth ‘Report on digitization and BIM tenders‘ developed by Oice, the association of engineering and architecture companies, and presented last Thursday. BIM tenders, 2022 data In 2022, there were 1,003 calls for tenders in which reference was made to BIM, compared to 534 in 2021. The acceleration is due to the overall trend in demand driven by the interventions of the PNRR. The BIM tenders out of the total awards for architecture and engineering services issued in 2022 are 18.8% of the total (+87.8% compared to 2021) in value 47.6% of the total (+484.3 % on 2021). Most of the BIM tenders concerned the assignment of design (66.8%), project checks (18.5%), construction supervision (3.7%); structural checks (4.0%), activities for surveys, topography, support services to the RUP for drawing up drawings, tests, are included in the definition of ‘other technical services’ (7.0%). The most active administrations were ANAS, RFI, the State Property Agency, Invitalia and the Port Authority for a value equal to 75.9% of the total. 88.7% of the total BIM tenders concerned interventions for punctual works (in 2021 the percentage was 81.7%); the remaining percentage was for linear works. In 547 out of 1,003 (54.5% of the total) tenders, BIM is a rewarding factor appreciated in the offer as ‘technical merit’ or as ‘methodology’, with specific scores ranging from 5.5 up to a maximum of 24 points. “We are still in a ‘two-speed’ BIM world – comments Giorgio Lupoi, president of Oice – if it is true as it is true that 75% of the value of the tenders is issued by the 3/4 major Italian contracting authorities and that, in almost all of calls for tenders above the threshold, BIM is at the center of the attention of clients, both as requirements and as previous experiences, and again as rewarding elements of the offer”. “There are three left unresolved issues: information specifications, costs and fees. With today’s webinar, we have launched an interlocution that we will carry on with the main clients to arrive at a standard BIM specification, so as to promote digitization on which the new procurement code also focuses so much. Then, in implementing the new code, we will also see to solving the issues linked to fees and, with the software houses, that of costs, which are always growing and increasingly important for our companies” – concludes Lupoi. For the President of Oice Academy Antonio Vettese, who moderated the round table with Anas, (Ernesto Sacco), RFI (Donatella Fochesato and Antonio Di Girolamo) and the State Property Agency (Viola Albino) and during which Elisa Crimi (coordinator of the laboratory) illustrated the observations and proposals on the information specifications, the positive acceleration of the processes digitization of the work life cycle and in particular that of the initial design phase can be easily supported only through a strong synergy between contracting authorities, operators, suppliers of tools and standardization bodies, through a constant synchronization of the needs and expectations of the Client with the adequacy of dedicated economic resources and adequate functionality of the available tools. Going back to the data, 80.3% of OICE members declare that they have made investments in BIM; these are figures which, while confirming that the very large majority (over 80%) of companies in the sector allocate a share of investments to the issue of digitalisation, compared to the previous year it fell by 6.1%. As regards the incidence of the costs incurred for the purchase of licenses or for the renewal of subscriptions with respect to the total turnover, in the last 3 years it has remained almost constant at around 2%. On the other hand, the incidence of the average BIM cost compared to the average cost of technical personnel is slightly but constantly increasing which, starting from 4.85% in 2020, reached 5.17% in 2022. *The article has been translated based on the content of Le ultime news dal mondo dell'edilizia by www.edilportale.com . If there is any problem regarding the content, copyright, please leave a report below the article. 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