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Title: BIM Project Execution Planning Guide (v. 2.2)
Authors: John Messner
Chimay Anumba
Craig Dubler
Sean Goodman
Colleen Kasprzak
Ralph Kreider
Robert Leicht
Chitwan Saluja
Nevena Zikic
Keywords: Construction & building industry
Architecture, Civil engineering, surveying & building
Building information modeling
Issue Date: 1-Jul-2019
Publisher: Computer integrated Construction Research Program, Pennsylvania State University
Series/Report no.: 7721944d-edef-4339-bcb2-fea823b59296
Description: A Building Information Model (BIM) is “a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility.” To successfully implement BIM, a project team must perform detailed and comprehensive planning. This Guide provides a structured procedure for creating and implementing a BIM Project Execution Plan. The four steps within the procedure include: <br> Identify high-value BIM uses during project planning, design, construction, and operational phases<br> Design the BIM execution process by creating process maps<br> Define the BIM deliverables in the form of information exchanges<br> Develop the infrastructure in the form of contracts, communication procedures, technology, and quality control to support the implementation<br><br>This BIM Project Execution Planning Guide is a product of the BIM Project Execution Planning Project within the buildingSMART alliance™ (bSa), a council within the National Institute of Building Sciences. The bSa is charged with developing the National Building Information Modeling Standard – United States™ (NBIMS-US). This Guide was developed to provide a practical manual that can be used by project teams to design their BIM strategy and develop a BIM Project Execution Plan. The core modeling and information exchange concepts have been designed to complement the long-term goals of the bSa in the development of a standard that can be implemented throughout the AECOO Industry to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of BIM implementation on projects.
ISBN: 978-1-62307-006-9
Appears in Collections:Ontario OER Collection

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