Maintaining the scope, schedule, and budget for a project can be challenging when fear is a driving force and there is a change in the process. This video reviews some revised MacLeamy curves and promotes patience and templates.
- [Instructor] If you are a project manager … or a principle of a firm, … you might not have ever had the opportunity … to learn to use Revit, … but you're still required to set a scope, … schedule, and budget for the project. … This can be overwhelming, … which is why you're listening to this course. … Sadly, there isn't a magic bullet, … and, no, your profit margins … will not skyrocket through the roof. … But you will find you have happier clients … and a higher quality product, … with the right management. … With BIM, especially newly-minted BIM teams, … managing the scope, schedule, … and budget has unique challenges. … Early in the adoption of BIM, … the industry approached the concepts … of front-loading with fear, … and this is still the case, many times. … In the next few slides, … we will be reviewing some revised MacLeamy curves, … produced by an architecture firm … out of Seattle, Washington. … The first slide is basically … a straight revision … of the original MacLeamy curves, …
- 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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