BIM4Regs mimics Singapore-style BIM compliance

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  1. The possibilities for improving a means of assessing accessibility requirements are vast, and the consequences of getting it wrong are catastrophic. When designing for accessibility both Part M (with the bits of Part K) and the Equality Act 2010 are equally important and need to be accounted for. Whilst tangible standards would dwell nicely in parts of BIM any program should allow for the balancing of Equality Act issues, including the often conflicting influences of fire safety with inclusive design, there is also a need to build in flexibility, which is currently not recognised but actually a fulcrum to inclusion.

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