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Transcript of BIM Path
BIM Maturity Levels
BIM Efficiency & Growth in the UK
Autodesk 5 Reasons to be Cheerful
Construction Operations Building information exchange
What is BIM?
“The process of creating and using digital models for design, construction and/or operations of projects”
(McGraw- Hill Construction)
“a model-based technology linked with a database of project
(American Institute of Architects (AIA))
“an object-oriented building development tool that utilizes 5-D modeling concepts, information technology and software interoperability to design, construct and operate a building project, as well as communicate its details”
(Associated General Contractors (AGC))
Industry Foundation Class
BuildingSMART have developed a "...common data schema that makes it possible to hold and exchange data between different proprietary software applications. The data schema comprises information covering the many disciplines that contribute to a building throughout its lifecycle; from conception, through design, construction and operation to refurbishment or demolition" (buildingSMART; 2013). Industry Foundation Classes (IFC), are the main data model standard used in the BIM process. The IFC format is registered by ISO 16739 and is soon to become an official international standard.
buildingSMART state the IFCs are the key to truly 'open' BIM. They can be used to "...exchange and share BIM data between applications developed by different software vendors without the software having to support numerous native formats (buildingSMART; 2013).
Better outcomes through collaboration
Cost certainty and fluidity
Faster project delivery
Conflict & Clash Detection
Whole life asset management
Construction & operational safety analysis
Culture lagging behind technology
Issues with clearly defined BIM deliverables between parties
Interoperability between software applications
Establishing legal points of responsibility
Data Conformity & Process
Pros & Cons
Width & Length Data
Width, Length & Height Data
Time & Phasing
Lifecycle & FM
Safety & Life Safety
BIM Composition & Progression
NBS - Survey of Compliance
Workflow vs Cost
To BIM-finity & Beyond
RIBA Plan of Work 2013
BIM is an internationally used model.
BIM is a natural evolution of technology & partnering.
BIM Maturity levels indicate the level of integration of the whole team.
BIM Dimensions indicate the level of design reached on a project.
International standard proposed (Industry Foundation Class).
Database subsets exist that already conform to IFC (Cobie).
Government plan for adoption (Level 2 by 2016).