Many of our BIM Execution Plans (BEPs) are full of software requirements, file type requirements, and upload requirements. By the time it's all on paper, you have a document full of requirements and no actions. In this session, we'll present strategies and lessons learned in creating a BEP that is actionable and still holds everybody accountable to the guidelines needed to create a successful coordination phase of construction. Go beyond a glorified CAD management plan and clash assignments to create shared success for all project stakeholders.
- Learn how to incorporate BIM Execution Plan elements into contracts
- Learn how to create BIM Execution Plans that are scalable to project requirements
- Learn how to plan and hold contextual meetings to increase coordination productivity
- Learn how to create BIM Execution Plans that can be used for both design and construction coordination
Nick Dyer received his Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management from Weber State University. He has been using Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology for the last 10 years and has been applying his knowledge in technology to both the design and construction sides of the industry. Currently, Nick works for Okland Construction as an Integrated Construction Manager working to expand and implement technology on the jobsite through the use of models and reality capture. He is also helping to support new talent in the industry as an adjunct professor at Weber State University and working with the local Revit Users Group. Pulling from experience on both sides of the industry, Nick is able to support the BIM process from design to project closeout.