Further define the model information.
- [Instructor] The information that needs…to be in the model can be found not just under Section Six:…Design Model Use and Requirements,…but also Section Seven: Model Requirements,…which I just created in this BIM execution plan.…Under Model Requirements, I put information…that is more specific than the information…found under Section Six.…This includes the location of the model…and its spacial location for use by the various disciplines.…Also, it goes into greater detail…on what should be in the model for various disciplines.…
For example, instead of specifying just…a level of development for the HVAC piping,…it specifies that all pipes larger…than one inch needs to be coordinated…and that hangers should also be modeled.…Ultimately, this information could…be placed directly within Section Six.…I place it in its own section…to keep each section shorter in length…and the document easier to read.…That's an important thing to remember…about a BIM execution plan.…It needs to be comprehensive in what…is required for a project but also easy…
- 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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