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Transcript of Bim
What is BIM?
"BIM is essentially value creating collaboration through the entire life-cycle of an asset, underpinned by the creation, collation and exchange of shared 3D models and intelligent, structured data attached to them"
BIM Task Group
Better solutions through collaboration
Improves understanding of design
Improved Health & Safety
Combined database of all project information
The Benefits of BIM....
COBie - Construction Operations Building Information Exchange
Industry Foundation Classes
PAS 1192 - Guidance for information management requirements
2.32 Government will require fully collaborative 3D BIM (with all project and asset information, documentation and data being electronic) as a minimum by 2016. A staged plan will be published with mandated milestones showing measurable progress at the end of each year
To ensure that we qualify for publicly funded projects
To improve efficiency
To keep up with our competitors
To improve accuracy
Level 0: Unmanaged CAD , usually in 2D
format, with paper (or electronic
paper – eg pdf files) as the main data
Level 1: Managed CAD in 2 or 3D format
with a collaboration tool (extranet)
providing a common data
environment, possibly also using
some standard data structures and
Level 2: Managed 3D environment held in
separate discipline 'BIM' models
and tools with attached data. Data
exchange is mainly on the basis of
proprietary exchange formats. This
approach may include 4D programme
data and 5D cost data.
Level 3: Fully-open process with a single
project model and data integration
and exchange using IFC standards;
the process is managed by a
collaborative model server.
BIM AND THE QS
Set up a BIM working group
Decide on preferred approach to BIM
Seek BIM partnerships
Jan - July
Aug 2012 - Dec 2014
Jan 14 - Dec 15
Undertake a trial project
Develop D+S BIM PEP
Develop D+S BIM Protocols
Develop D+S BIM Templates & Database
Training on new procedures, processes and software
D+S implement BIM on all projects