23 Sep 2021

DDC Goes Global

DDC Solutions Stand: A56
DDC Goes Global

We know, as construction experts, that there is a strong link between infrastructure development and increased prosperity, particularly benefiting the poorest in society. Developing countries are often limited in their growth by poor infrastructure and inefficient projects. Encouraging the construction of better infrastructure, such as hospitals, transport links and schools, is essential in supporting developing countries create a prosperous future. By introducing a BIM project methodology, construction is encouraged, leading to huge social and economic benefits in partner countries.

This is the noble aim of the BIM Pathfinder Programme: bringing the benefits of BIM to developing countries in order to encourage sustainable, green and fair development and reduce poverty. So far, the UK government has announced partnerships with seven countries: Philippines, Vietnam, Colombia, Brazil, Mexico, Peru and South Africa.

The team at DDC are driven by building amazing architecture and sustainable infrastructure and many of us are motivated by working towards a more equal, future. For this reason, DDC are delighted to announce our Global Strategy – sharing our expertise worldwide and building relationships in construction to empower local people out of poverty. In partnership with the Building Information Modelling (BIM), a key component of the UK’s Official Development Assistance strategy, DDC is working to bring British values of construction and BIM worldwide. 

In 2021, DDC has expanded into Colombia, with an outstanding team of experts led by Daniel Betancur. Daniel is a graduate of Architecture from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana in Medellín and is well positioned to maximise Colombia’s potential. Alongside Daniel is a team of outstanding architects and designers, who have already delivered incredible work remotely for multi-million-pound projects in the UK. The DDC team are super proud of their first international team and what the future holds, working on projects with a social significance, and revolutionising the way construction is managed in developing countries.

DDC’s goal is to become the world experts in BIM: we believe in the potential of BIM to maximise standards of living all round the globe.

For more information on the BIM Pathfinder Programme or DDC Global please contact Holly Callis at holly@ddcsolutions.co.uk



Over 2 days



At Olympia London's Grand Hall



Across 6 Stages



Free to attend