After reviewing the architect's challenges, this video reviews how the architect's BIM Execution Plan needs to be organized to support these challenges. Additionally, learn how the architect's plan differs from the contractor's plan.
- [Instructor] There are reasons … for multiple BIM execution types. … What is needed for each phase is unique. … It should be understood … that the architect's BIM execution plan … is not a replica of the contractor's BIM execution plan. … If you take a step back and look at the project process … from conception to occupancy, … there is one moment that is technically more complex … than any other part … and that is during pre-construction … when the contractor has initiated … three-dimensional coordination and clash detection. … At that point in time, … the contractor is working … with the architects and engineers' models … but is also beginning to incorporate the modeling … from their subcontractors. … Choreographing this process requires a diligent … organizational process from the contractor … and many contractors use the BIM execution plan document … to do this organization. … As noted in Brian Meyer's course … Creating a BIM Execution Plan, … the document discusses file types, …
- Comparing BIM and Revit
- The facility life cycle
- Lean BIM Execution Plans
- Deliverables and linking strategies
- Model control strategies
- Model requirements
- Design reviews
- Scope, schedule, and budget
- Streamlining the process
- Project phases
- Lean design coordination meeting
- Preventing retro-BIMing
Skill Level Beginner
BIM Manager: Managing CAD Standardswith Eric Wing55m 33s Intermediate
Introduction - The Architect's Lean BIM Execution Plan
1. BIM in the Design Phase
2. Digital Excellence and Intentionality
3. Modeling Requirements
4. Coordination and Deliverables
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