In this video, discover the difference between BIM and Revit. The clarification of these terms is fundamentally necessary to understand how an architects role fits into the BIM Execution Plan as is currently defined by the industry.
- [Instructor] Committing to transitioning … a firm to BIM is a huge and daunting task. … There is an enormous amount of overhead … dedicated to training and standards development … and even then, the return on investment … is many times obscured … and it can be hard to see how this … new technological development can be beneficial … to your firm. … By using a templated architect's BIM execution plan, … an architect can enhance their return on investment … by becoming a stronger team player … within the context of the project … from design to building occupancy. … Many times architects think they are doing BIM … simply because they are using Revit … and this couldn't be farther from the truth. … Don't get me wrong. … Using Revit to create drawings in a more intelligent way … is a stronger workflow than creating … one sheet at a time with AutoCAD. … But just using Revit isn't quite BIM. … For those of you who do not use Revit on a daily basis, … Revit is simply a computer application …
- 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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