Adding additional documents.
- [Instructor] At the end of the BIM Execution Plan,…I've added two appendixes, A and B.…Appendix A is the Construction Coordination Sign-Off Sheet.…You'll find inside of your Chapter Four folder…a document called Model Sign-Off.…And that's that sign-off sheet.…It's named the Federated Coordination Model Acceptance.…The Federated Coordination Model,…that's a group of the BIM models…which have been brought together and have been coordinated.…
It could be the entire building.…Or it could just be sections of a large building.…The sign-off indicates that this portion of the model…has been completed.…You can enter in the project information,…such as the name of the project and the project number.…Area, that potentially could be a level,…such as Level One.…It could be the east wing or the west wing.…You just need to be descriptive…as to which part of the model that you're signing off for.…
Meeting date and location.…That's where you're signing off on the model…as well as the date that the model's being signed off for.…
- Understanding the need for a BIM Execution Plan (BEP)
- Documenting the basic project information
- Specifying project milestones
- Identifying BIM goals and uses
- Determining how BIM will be used in design documentation
- Designing the BIM execution process
- Defining the LOD in the BIM Execution Plan
- Determining the information that needs to be in the model
- Collaboration procedures
- Defining the software to be used
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Overview of the BIM Execution Plan
2. Identify BIM Goals and Uses
3. Designing the BIM Execution Process
What is LOD?3m 28s
4. Collaboration Procedures
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