SketchUp Authorised Training Centre
How do we run a BIM project from start to completion?
The sky is now brighter as the government has released clearer standards for BIM practitioners to follow. The CIC BIM Standards (2015) is an example, which provides useful guidelines for public and private sectors in project deliverables. Besides, the Building Department set out GBP submission requirements to facilitate plan processing and submission. These standards have been working well in the industry. All we need to do is to adopt these standards in BIM applications and keep an expandable model for future BIM tasks.
This course follows Item 3: BIM Processes in the syllabus of CIC BIM Manager Course. It discusses in detail the tasks of a BIM manager from project start to project finish. You will learn how to draft BIM management documents such as EIR, AIR and PXP, create and maintain model templates, coordinate work meetings and the migration of model data at handover, and more. It equips project managers with the necessary skills to ensure project success and the benefits of clients.
The course includes a project exercise simulating the tasks and skills involved to achieve the goal of GBP submission. You will have hands-on practices in executing CIC BIM Standards (Phase 1), PAS 1192:2 and related ordinance requirements, and getting PIM, AIM and other datasets ready at project delivery.
On course completion, you will be able to:
- fully understand CIC BIM Standards (Phase1)
- use suitable Revit tools for required BIM approach
- create and optimize Revit templates to meet standards requirements.
- use BIM to run a GBP submission project