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BIM in Principle and in Practice

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Covering the principles behind building information modelling (BIM), its current use in practice and how it may develop in the future, BIM in Principle and in Practice provides construction professionals with an overview of this emerging field to enable informed discussion with clients and colleagues.


Características

  • ISBN: 9780727758637
  • Páginas: 160
  • Tamaño: 15x22
  • Edición:
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Año: 2014

Compra bajo pedidoDisponibilidad: 15 a 30 Días

Contenido BIM in Principle and in Practice

Covering the principles behind building information modelling (BIM), its current use in practice and how it may develop in the future, BIM in Principle and in Practice provides construction professionals with an overview of this emerging field to enable informed discussion with clients and colleagues.

BIM is a managed approach to the creation, collation and exchange of shared intelligent and structured data and information across a project. As its use grows there is an increasing need for construction practitioners to understand the principles behind it and how work practices change to accommodate it. Full collaboration across the entire project team and standardised, well-structured information are at the heart of BIM and will enable enormous efficiencies in the construction industry. BIM in Principle and in Practice is intended to assist in understanding BIM and how it can be used and provide answers to many of the common questions.

BIM in Principle and in Practice:

    Stresses the importance of integrated practice and collaboration and interoperability of data and any models
    Sets out the details that a typical Protocol Document may contain, to provide the project team with a road map to understanding the aims and objectives of the BIM, its rules and how it may be assembled
    Provides comprehensive consideration of the legal issues surrounding implementation of BIM on a project

Providing insight for all construction professionals – consultants, contractors, sub-contractors, designers, architects, project managers, surveyors, site managers, facilities managers, lawyers – and their clients and relevant to all companies and projects, whatever their size and geographical market, the advice and illustrative case studies within this book form the ultimate practical guide to current practice and a valuable vision for the future.

Contents and Preliminary Pages

Introduction

An overview of BIM

2.1 What is BIM?
2.2 The background and history of BIM
2.3 Why does BIM matter?
2.4 What is FIM?
2.5 Is the construction industry BIM/FIM ready?
2.6 What will BIM do in the future?
2.7 To BIM or not to BIM? References

How BIM works

3.1 An explanation of practical techniques
3.2 The levels of BIM and BIM maturity
3.3 BIM models
3.4 Hardware and software
3.5 PAS 1192-2:2012
3.6 Construction Operations Building Information Exchange (COBie)
References

Incorporating BIM

4.1 Getting started with BIM
4.2 The integration of BIM
4.3 A move from the traditional approach
4.4 Incorporating the team References

Managing BIM

5.1 BIM protocols and standards
5.2 The role of the BIM information manager
5.3 Project BIM coordinator
5.4 BIM coordination programme References

Design liability and ownership

6.1 What is the design?
6.2 Who are the designer and delegated designers?
6.3 The designer’s liability
6.4 Information ownership and preservation
6.5 Data translation, interoperability, storage and retrieval
6.6 Intellectual property
Reference

Contracts

7.1 Collaboration
7.2 New contracts
7.3 Integrated project delivery
7.4 Single-purpose entities
7.5 Design and build
7.6 How will BIM be used in dispute avoidance/dispute resolution?
References

Insurance, liability and risk

8.1 Insurance
8.2 Surety bonding industry

Example 1 – BIM applied to a large underground railway station

Example 2 – BIM applied to precast concrete fabricators

Example 3 – A sample COBie spreadsheet

Conclusion

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