The digitalisation of the Danish construction and infrastructure industry has been underway for a long time. It is a journey that will continue to be driven by what characterises the construction and infrastructure industry in Denmark – competition, innovation and value creation.
This is precisely why there is a need to continuously develop, test and standardize the digital basis off the industry. As technological development opens up new opportunities, it is crucial that stakeholders have the opportunity to rely on comparable standards and tools. Thereby, we facilitate and streamline the technological development itself and foster the collaboration that is the catalyst in the Danish construction and infrastructure industry.
Through continuous development and publication of standardized publications and tools, DiKon contributes to the value creation that takes place in the construction and infrastructure industry on a daily basis. By standardizing the basis for digital collaboration internally in companies and across the industry, collaboration and the processes that drive construction projects in Denmark are facilitated.
DiKon contributes to the digital basis through continuous publication of, for example, Building Part Specifications, Delivery Specifications, LCA Guides, Scan to BIM Standards, as well as publications with standardized structuring of tender materials.
The benefits generated by effective collaborations, standardised publications and value-creating processes leads to a competitive construction and infrastructure industry. However, there is no single company in Denmark that alone can guarantee this gain. Growth driven by digitalization takes place through collaboration and requires that each company continuously raises their digital capabilities. This is precisely why some of the most prominent organisations in the Danish construction and infrastructure industry are active members of DiKon. And therefore, it is also an integral part of DiKons mission to strengthen the digital basis for value-creating processes by making DiKon’s publications available to the rest of the Danish construction and infrastructure industry.