Autodesk University
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BIM 360 as One Platform for Collaboration Management on Complex Health Projects
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Description

For this project, we used BIM 360 Docs software as a collaborative platform that centralizes models, documents, and meta data. This class’s main goal is to show how Brunet Saunier Architecture implemented and used BIM 360 Docs workflows on a large hospital project in Paris, France. The first part will cover design and construction phases for one of the Lariboisière hospital buildings (6,000 square meters). We’ll describe how the firm implemented and used BIM 360 collaborative processes to involve the hospital owner, as well as three construction companies (general contractor, plumbing, and HVAC). In the second part, we’ll cover the design of the hospital’s main building (55,000 square meters) and what is planned for the construction phase in the future. The owner conducted a procedure that awarded six contracts (disciplines); each company was asked to provide full intelligent models (geometry and data). We are planning on using BIM 360 to ensure the data is unique and consistent, and that it matches the contracts.

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to implement BIM 360 as a collaborative design and construction solution
  • Learn how to plan and adapt BIM workflows for large building projects
  • Learn how to involve all stakeholders in dynamic collaboration and sharing
  • Learn how to plan efficient coordination meetings

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