Define and view the project's information delivery standard.
The project’s information delivery standard is a project-level resource that establishes common rules and nomenclature for delivering information. Examples of this include establishing a common file-naming convention, defining classification systems and methods for describing the level of information need.
This use-case takes you through the considerations you have to take to develop a Project’s Information Standard in-line with BS EN ISO 19650-2 Clause 5.1.4.
The use-case is part of the digital tasks created in "Smart Standards: An approach to implementing ISO 19650-2 using tasks in a digital process" proof-of-concept project managed by the Centre for Digital Built Britain and enabled by the Construction Innovation Hub.