Introduction to BIM strategy for clients and consultants
With the Government’s 2016 deadline fast approaching, the thirst for Building Information Modelling (BIM) understanding is exceeded only by the multitude of freely available seminars and web resources that claim to explain the strategic and technical aspects of BIM. However, real, practical advice which helps to build strategy and support implementation is very hard to come by.
Why should you attend?
This BIM strategy training course will:
Course content and format of training
enable you to identify where your organisation is in relation to the BIM journey and what immediate and practical benefits you can gain with the resources you have
help you learn how to establish realistic BIM objectives
enable you to develop a strategy for full implementation with minimum investment in software and training
help to reduce consultants costs, tendering costs and total project costs and will ensure that you avoid wasted effort and frustration.
What is it?
Government BIM strategy
How to prepare for BIM
Understanding the implications of Level 2 BIM implementation for your organisation
- Minimum requirement for the 2016 target of Level 2 BIM implementation
- PAS 1192-2(2013)
- Current practice: project demands
- Strategy – a real example
- Briefing and employer’s information requirements
- Information management and use
- Hearing clients express their needs
- Addressing the clients new needs
- Information management, design management and design coordination
- The role of accreditation in the world of BIM
1. Assessing the implications of BIM implementation in relation to current practices within your organisation
2. Preparing a schedule of contents for your company’s BIM implementation strategy and identifying preparatory work required