The LI serves as an educational charity that promotes the art and science of landscape practice dedicated to protecting, conserving, and enhancing the natural and built environment for public benefit.
Commenting on the alliance, Antonella Adamus, head of Standards, Education, and Engagement at the LI, said: “We are delighted to have entered into a partnership with the UK BIM Alliance.
“The Alliance already supports our digital practice working group and will continue to be beneficial as we expand our technical portfolio around core digital skills.”
Gary Morton, from the UK BIM Alliance Affiliates leadership team, said: “We are delighted to welcome the LI as affiliates of the UK BIM Alliance.
“The LI are encouraging the use of digital to enhance the physical landscape for the benefit of all.
“We all have a valuable part to play in making BIM Business as usual and contributing to the protection of our environment.”
The Affiliate programme aims to bring together the professional institutions, trade associations, and any other industry organisations to provide a consistent message and coordinated approach to digital transformation, working across silos to a shared objective.