In this video, learn why owners are focused on the information part of BIM so that architects can have an understanding of what the intent of the owner's interest is beyond the construction process.
- [Instructor] Before we dig deep into the issues … of an individual project, … let's take a brief step back … and look at how industry perceives … how this technological growth … will affect how we engage … with the documentation of the built environment. … From the computer industry standpoint, … BIM is easily understood as data … information management of a building, … just as HIM, H-I-M, is health … information management of a person. … When you are working with Revit, … you are developing a database … that could be accessed by multiple people … with multiple computer applications … doing multiple things. … From this vantage point, … when an architect initiates … a model to start a design, … they are establishing a database … that might be in use over decades, … depending on how BIM-savvy … future project stakeholders are. … If you look at this diagram … from the BIM Handbook by Chuck Eastman, … the project lifecycle is shown as a line diagram. … An individual project starts at feasibility, …
- 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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