Real Estate Construction, Development & Operation | Mews Partners

Jimmy Jollois

Partner (Paris) | INSA Lyon

Romain Segrétain

Partner (Paris) | CentraleSupelec

“The introduction of BIM and digital technology has created great opportunities for performance gains that must now be realized and sustained. To succeed in digital transformation, it is necessary to focus on the human stakes, the evolution of processes and the control of data.”

Jimmy Jollois

INSA Lyon

Jimmy began his career in 1999 at Deloitte Consulting, later renamed Kurt Salmon. He has worked on performance improvement issues in the R&D and supply chain fields for clients in the automotive, aeronautics, transport and B2B service industries. He then moved on to digital transformation topics by contributing to the development of the OCMA group consulting firm in 2011. Jimmy joined Mews Partners in July 2015 to develop offerings related to IT performance and digital transformation, including aspects related to IOT and Industry 4.0.

Romain Segrétain

CentraleSupelec

Graduated from Centrale Paris, Romain began his career at Rio Tinto Alcan as a process engineer in Canada, before joining Mews Partners in 2008. Romain developed the Lean Product Development offer and worked on performance stakes on R&D projects in the Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Energy/Oil & Gas and Life Sciences sectors. He then moved on to manage major Transformation Programs of companies (Business Plan, Governance, Organization, Processes, etc.), requiring Change Management skills.  He is currently in charge of Mews Partners Business Development in the Life Science and Oil & Gas sectors.

The architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) industry and all related activities as building operation or maintenance are undergoing profound changes, driven by new energy performance challenges, new uses of infrastructure and major digital innovations such as BIM (Building Information Modeling) or Smart Building. In this context, Mews Partners accompanies players in the sector in their economic, business and digital transformations.

As with PLM projects, we are involved in several areas of their digital transformation: defining new value offers to provide to their customers, optimizing data management processes, managing continuity throughout the building lifecycle, improving business processes and the efficiency of Lean projects, driving change to ensure that operational teams embrace and implement the new practices.

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Capitalize on BIM to accelerate the digital transformation of your processes and gain competitive advantage

BIM and the digital twin have been the driving force behind the digital transformation of construction, real estate development or operating companies. Their potential has been proven, and companies must now embed their applications in their business practices to make them a genuine lever of competitivity. Our expertise in technical data management throughout the life cycle of a building, coupled with our expertise in Transformation and Change Management, enables us to accompany our customers in order to help Operational and Management teams to optimize their business processes.

Bring value to your customers by implementing Lean right from the bid and definition phases

The sector is facing strong pressure on costs, deadlines and quality of their services in a multi-stakeholder environment. To meet these challenges, we help manufacturers deploy Lean methods from the upstream phases of the bid and definition phases, in order to control project management, streamline collaboration and optimize business processes by focusing on customer added value.

A 4-step approach to accompany the transformation

Our skills and convictions, historically developed in the industrial sectors, enable us to accompany through 4 key stages the construction sector in the midst of a digital transformation.

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BIM/PLM Strategy & Vision

Helping clients define their strategy: What are the objectives in the BIM Charter? Which use cases? For what types of projects? What are the expected benefits? Which target (collaborative BIM and federated models, full BIM platform, …)?

2

Framing and definition of the project

Assessing the maturity of the company regarding BIM according to the following axes : Processes and Tools, Resources and Skills, Culture

Defining the project: Scope of deployment, Processes and business impacted lines

3

Implementation plan

Building the implementation plan : Pilot projects, Target projects, Planning and milestones, Framing of change management activities

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Implementation

Assisting clients as Project Owner Advisors in the implementation of BIM processes and tools using our methods and offers: functional approach, process definition, VSM (value stream mapping), change management, etc.

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