27 October 2017

Project Management Table

Following an extended period of consultation, the Project Management Table has been published. The Project Management table consists of Uniclass 2015 codes which provide a structure for organising digital information. Also included is a list of roles and personnel which relate to those in PAS1192:2. Together with the recent revisions to the Activities table, the Project Management Table provides assistance for organising office processes. The Project Management Codes are of benefit to anyone in construction industry from clients, asset managers to designers and installers who are involved in designing, constructing or managing construction projects or built assets.

Those who have downloaded or used the previous ‘draft status’ table should replace with this first published version which has been substantially amended to reflect feedback from a range of industry professionals including Royal Holloway College, Environment Agency, Highways England, Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Defence.

October 2017 Update

We continue to liaise regularly with a growing number of individuals and organisations using the tables, to provide further information and assist with requests for new codes. The October 2017 Update features minor changes to six tables in response to user requests. Our work with the manufacturers who supply Transport for London has continued. Further Uniclass 2015 codes for the products supplied for the maintenance of London Underground have been added which will benefit others working in rail. In particular we are working with the ICT department to add codes for train dispatch and monitoring. We are also discussing drainage with representatives of Highways England and some new codes have been added as a result, particularly some locations.


We are grateful to all the organisations we have worked with for their input to the Project Management and other tables. As we share details of this activity, industry professionals can learn more about who else is using the tables, for what purpose and the range of changes to expect and why. The work of maintaining and enhancing Uniclass 2015 to continually support the needs of those operating in the built environment is an ongoing exercise. We welcome comment and input from all sectors in the construction industry via uniclass2015@theNBS.com.

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