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What is it?

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Andrew Queenan

on 20 February 2014

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Transcript of What is it?

What is it?
BIM Execution Planning is a method to outline the overall vision and implementation details for the team to follow throughout the project
Who Should Be Involved?
Owner
AE
CONTRACTOR
Benefits
Understanding and Communication of Goals for BIM
Understanding of Roles and Responsibilities
Plan is customizable to team and the workflow necessary to have a successful project
Identify additional resources or training needed
Benchmark to describe process to future participants
Define contractual language and ensure fulfillment of obigations
Baseline plan will provide goals for measuring progress
Reduced Risk and Increased Reliability of Information
What is it and Why do we need it?
E-203-2013 - Building Infomation Modeling and Digital Data Exhibit

G-202-2013 - Project Building Information Modeling Protocol Form
Published by the Computer Integrated Construction Research Program at Penn State

A buildingSMART Alliance Project (developers of the National CAD Standard and working on a BIM Standard)
Published by the State Architects Office

Required on Projects with value of $4 million or greater funded by state appropriations

Projects where MEP work is 40% or more of construction value
BIM Uses

What will the model be used for?
Information Exchanges

Documents who needs what, when they need it, and who is responsible for providing it
So you have decided to use BIM!
Meeting 1:
Discuss BIM Experiences of team
Develop BIM Goals
Identify early BIM Uses to pursue and assign responsibility for further investigation
Identify responsible party for High Level Process Maps and Level two maps
Attended by senior management personnel and BIM Management staff from Owner, AE, Contractor, and key Subcontractors
Key Tasks to Complete before next meeting:
Level One Process Map
Progress on Level Two Map

Meeting 2:
Process Maps are presented and reviewed
Opportunities and Concerns are discussed and breakout between specific groups are encouraged
Identify Key Information Exchanges and Responsibilities of who is to provide the information
Attended by Owner, BIM Managers, Project Managers
Meeting 3:
Review Goals and BIM Uses
Review Information Exchange Requirements developed between Meeting 2 and 3
Identify Infrastructure Needed
Computer Hardware/Software
Quality Control
File Exchanges
Combining Models
BIM Managers are the Key Attendees
Meeting 4:
Review Draft BIM PXP
Outline Adoption of Plan Procedure (Contracts)
Distribute to All Team Members
The Owner, BIM Managers, and parties responsible for BIM Uses should attend
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