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Introduction To BIM Standards (1/2 D​ays @ Arcdox)​​ @ €175.00pp


BIM is a process of creating, managing and exchanging information, carried out within a digital 3D object-based building modelling environment. The usefulness of BIM, as an approach, is that all the information is captured in one place, and if a change is required, managed in one place, so that all building information can be kept coordinated and up to date, bringing about enormous efficiencies in creating, managing and exchanging information.  The benefits of BIM will only be achieved if a clearly defined and managed BIM process and strategy is in place that every participant is required to adhere to during their contribution to the project. In this session, we cover the BIM process, documentation and standards, and how they apply in practice.

This course covers:

-An overview of BIM

- The BIM Process

- Pre-qualification

- Employers Information Requirements (EIR)

- BIM Protocols (Legal)

- The Role of Information Management

- PI Insurance considerations

- Managing a Digital plan of work  - who does what and when

- Capability assessment

- BIM Execution Plans (BEPs) – pre-contract and post-contract

- BIM Deliverables

- BIM Standards – What they are? – Why they matter?

- BS 1192 & PAS 1192 standards

- The Common Data Environment (CDE)

- Soft Landing and BS BS8536-1:2015 Briefing, Design & Construction Teams


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