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Clients and BIM - Build 171(2019)

Abbreviation
Clients and BIM
Valid from
01/04/2019

Information provider
BRANZ Limited
Information type
BUILD article
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Website, PDF

Description

Developing a comprehensive BIM brief before a project begins is the key to harnessing BIM’s power to transform how we build and maintain assets. Thinking why, what and how will help get the necessary information.

BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING (BIM) promises to reduce risk, deliver efficiencies and add value in the way we design, construct and operate our built assets. However, this Holy Grail is often not realised due to ambiguous requirements that result in inconsistencies and misaligned expectations. To mitigate these risks and realise the true value of BIM, start with the end goal in mind.

Scope

This article includes the following parts:

  • How to begin
  • Where it can go wrong – poor inputs
  • Information requirements for a project brief
  • Developing BIM requirements
    • Organisational information requirements – Why?
    • Asset information requirements – What?
    • Project information requirements – How?

 

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Description

Developing a comprehensive BIM brief before a project begins is the key to harnessing BIM’s power to transform how we build and maintain assets. Thinking why, what and how will help get the necessary information.

BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING (BIM) promises to reduce risk, deliver efficiencies and add value in the way we design, construct and operate our built assets. However, this Holy Grail is often not realised due to ambiguous requirements that result in inconsistencies and misaligned expectations. To mitigate these risks and realise the true value of BIM, start with the end goal in mind.

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Clients and BIM - Build 171(2019)
Description

Developing a comprehensive BIM brief before a project begins is the key to harnessing BIM’s power to transform how we build and maintain assets. Thinking why, what and how will help get the necessary information.

BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING (BIM) promises to reduce risk, deliver efficiencies and add value in the way we design, construct and operate our built assets. However, this Holy Grail is often not realised due to ambiguous requirements that result in inconsistencies and misaligned expectations. To mitigate these risks and realise the true value of BIM, start with the end goal in mind.

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