Consider the BIM requirements during schematic design.
- [Instructor] During the schematic design phase…we need to ask the question,…can we use the information created…during the conceptual phase here in schematic design?…Some examples of that would be…if a 3D model was generated…during these conceptual design phase.…Can that then be brought into the schematic design phase…and then used…or if sketches were done on pieces of paper…or drawings were done in two-dimensional CAD programs…can that information be brought in,…modeled against in order to enhance…the way that we're doing our work,…speed up our processes, and just make the general process…of design better?…If the answer is yes, we need to document…which things need to be brought forward…so that those resources are available…here in the schematic design phase.…
Also, we need to know how will the project teams…use this information?…As an example, will the estimators…or the general contractors…who are trying to bid on the project…be able to get information out of the schematic design phase…to accurately bid on a project?…
- 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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