Document the basic project information.
- [Instructor] When creating a BIM Execution Plan,…we first need to fill in the basic project information.…This will provide anyone not familiar with the project…an overview of the project scope.…Typically, this will include a project number…for documenting the project.…And, this information can be found…in our document in red, near the top of our document.…This is particularly useful when multiple projects…are going on simultaneously,…or when we do multiple projects for the same client.…
By having an individual project number for each project,…it means that if we do a similar project,…we can figure out which project document…that we're looking at,…just by looking at the project number.…Also, we should put a project name…next to that project number.…The project name is that we, as a project team,…typically discuss what this project is called.…It's also usually the way that we'll…discuss the project when talking to the owner.…
So instead of needing to memorize a specific project number,…we can just call it by the appropriate project name,…
- 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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