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Integrated Design and Delivery Systems By Dr Zeeshan Aziz – licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution – Non-Commercial – Share Alike License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/
ORBEE Learning Material Introduction to Integrated Design and Delivery Systems Lesson 3- Project Planning and Execution Using BIM
Lesson Plan Approaches to BIM Implementation Planning for BIM Implementation in a project Planning for BIM Implementation within an organisation Developing a BIM Execution Plan Defining BIM Information Exchange Standards.
Key Learning Outcomes To understand various approaches to BIM implementation; To understand key factors in planning for BIM implementation in a project; To understand key considerations in BIM adoption within an organisation; To understand the need for high and secondary level process maps in planning for BIM implementation
A Single Model for Collaboration?
Project Integration Model
Planning for BIM Implementation in a Project Models Required Information Exchange Standards Roles and Responsibilities Communication and information sharing protocols Contractual and liability issues Using BIM to support construction project management
Different Areas of BIM Application
Planning for BIM Implementation within an Organisation
Developing a BIM Execution Plan
Use of High Level Process Maps
Secondary Level Process Maps – 4D Process Maps
4D Design Co-ordination Process Map
Defining BIM Information Exchange Standards
Inter-operability Stanadards Green Building (gbXML) for energy simulation analysis models CIMSteel Integration Standards for structural steel design models American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) for 3D laser scanning Extensible Markup Language (XML) for data exchange between various applications National BIM Information Modeling Standard (NBIMS)
References & Learning Resources Penn state BIM Project Execution Guide http://www.engr.psu.edu/ae/cic/bimex/ Larson, D.A., and K.A. Golden (2008). “Entering the Brave New World: An Introduction to Contracting for BIM.” William Mitchell Law Review, Volume 34. National Institute of Building Sciences. (2007). United States National Building Information Modeling Standard: Version 1-part 1 Overview, Principles, and Methodologies. National Institute of Building Sciences. Perlberg, B. (2009). ConsensusDOCS: Contracts Built by Consensus for the Project's Best Interest. 30 (1). US Army Corps of Engineers. (2008). BIM Road Map. Retrieved March 17, 2008, from BIM Road Map: www.bimroadmap.comwww.bimroadmap.com Larson, D., & Golden, K. (2008). Entering the Brave New World: An Introduction to Contracting BIM. 34. Lowe, R., & Muncey, J. (2008). The ConsensusDOCS 301 BIM Addendum. Forum on the Construction Industry: American Bar Association.
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