This class will cover the importance of having an organized and standardized list of assets so the information can be manage at the maintenance and operations level, which is key in this process. It will also address the parameters that need to be consider for this effort, along with establishing responsibilities throughout the project development, such as who will be responsible for filling what and, most important, when this should happen (design, construction, and/or operations).
- Better understand the workflow of incorporating asset management information within a BIM model
- Learn how to define the list of parameters and establish a workflow on how they are mapped to the different building objects/elements
- Learn how to establish a criteria of who is responsible for getting the right information into the model so it can be used for FMO
- Discover the electronic version of the close-out package documentation with the BIM model
Jorge worked for almost 15 years in the US implementing BIM Technology in the private and public sectors helping Architects and Engineers develop infrastructure projects such as tunnels, highways and bridges along with airport terminals, train stations and ports.In 2012 Jorge founded DCV Consultores (www.dcvconsultores.com) a consulting company specialized in implementing CAD, BIM, GIS and FM technologies offering a variety of services that includes BIM adoption, training, modeling and virtual reality services among others.DCV Consultores work very close with the Autodesk LATAM team helping the biggest construction and real estate companies in the region adopting BIM Technology.
George Broadbent is the Director of Asset Management at Microdesk. In George’s role ensures that data captured during Design and Construction can easily move into operations and maintenance for large institutions and organizations.