The debate of how to support the owner's interest in the data is intense and the architect needs to know how to respond to this effectively to maintain leadership in the BIM realm. This video offers a brief review of that discussion.
- [Instructor] Questions about what kind of data … the facility teams need, and how that data … should be structured, and who should input the data, … have taken forefront in the architecture … and construction industry. … There's no question that the work can be done. … The question is, how should the work be structured? … What kind of data do facility managers need? … What is the data structure, and where should it live? … Should it be in a RABBIT file, … or should it be in an Excel file? … Who should obtain and input that data? … These are all the questions the industry … has been working to answer. … As it turns out so often in the industry, … the answers tend to be organization specific, … if not project specific. … If this a large ground-up sports stadium, … the facility team might only be interested … in the one-time use of the data … to kickstart their asset management softwares. … If it is a highly renovation prone facility … such as a hospital, … the facility team might have more interest …
- 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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