- BIM workflow
- Principles of BIM
- BIM for operations and maintenance
- Expectations when starting a BIM project
- BIM uses
- Design authoring
- Clash detection
- Energy analysis
- Phase planning
Skill Level Intermediate
- Understanding the concept of BIM can be really confusing. We often hear lots of different definition and pre-judging like BIM is a software, BIM is only for fancy building, it's a fad, it will pass, and it costs too much money. Hi, I'm Fanny Angeles, principal partner of SXD Group USA. I'm an experienced BIM manager consultant around the world helping any sized company, owners, public institution with BIM.
In this LinkedIn Learning course I'm going to help you understand what BIM really means and how it can help you in your project to save time and money. BIM is a requirement in many countries and this information we prepare you to be part of the near future of the building industry. By the end of watching this course I predict your only thought will be, it makes so much sense, we need to use it on our next project.
Of course if you're an architect, an owner, engineer or contractor, your approach to BIM will not be the same. The use of BIM will be different, but with a common objective, collaboration.