The Red Sea Company achieves the “Kitemark” license for digital projects standards

The Red Sea Development Company obtained the “Kitemark” license for the standards of digital delivery of projects from the British Standards Institute (BSI), thus becoming the first owner of real estate assets in the world to achieve this license.

The CEO of the Red Sea Development Company, John Pagano, stressed that the company is always striving to set new standards to become one of the most important sources of knowledge for major projects in the world.

He pointed out that, in order to achieve this achievement, the company relied on building information modeling in the digital delivery of projects that are compatible with the ISO 19650 standard, which is one of a series of international standards for effective data management during the project development and operation phases, indicating that the Red Sea Development Company was granted this license for its excellence in Data management, which will enable the company to adopt best practices across all its departments and divisions.

For her part, the CEO of the British Standards Institute (BSI), Susan Martin, stated that obtaining the Kite Mark Building Information Modeling license granted by the British Standards Institute (BSI) by a company that owns real estate assets is an unprecedented achievement at the international level, looking forward to working with the company on projects future, and support it to achieve its world-leading goals.

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