The definition of BIM (Building Information Modelling) is now fairly well established, but as it takes a stronger hold, many questions still exist.
This talk aims to cover questions such as: What is BIM and what is design led BIM? How does a design practice begin in degrees to use BIM? How does the integration process work? Determining the right level of BIM for the project?
Provide a high level overview of the BIM workflow; Demonstrate real world case studies; Provide practical advice on implementing BIM; Carry out a practical exercise on office BIM strategy Learning.
To understand the basic definition of BIM; To understand and be able to define in simple form the BIM maturity diagram; To be able to place the current working methods of the architects practice within the context of the BIM Maturity Diagram; To understand the difference between Lite BIM and Open (Full) BIM; To be able to state the main advantage of the .IFC openBIM file format; To be able to identify a suitable project within the practice to progress along the BIM Maturity Curve using the guidelines set out by BuildingSMART; To identify which of the 7 steps to BIM the learner would consider on her/his next BIM project.
This seminar looks at 3D modelling and how to transition from 2D to 3D. It will help you to understand the following topics:
Understand levels of development and how much detail to model at what stage; Understand how to streamline workflow and provide associative deliverables such as schedules and sections; Understand how to manage your data and integrate British Standards and PAS information; Understand the advantages of working in 3D; Understand how to organise your data for BIM development.