During this session you will learn the value of Building Information Modeling (BIM) for owners, uses for operations / facilities management, and strategies for delivering models for these purposes. We’ll review critical elements and information an owner may require in a BIM deliverable and show how to capture this information during design and construction. You will understand how an owner may use BIM for operations and facilities management; understand the Project BIM Execution Plan’s role in defining the BIM deliverable for the owner; and understand current technologies that support delivering BIM to the owner for use in operations and facilities management
- Discover how an owner may use BIM for operations and facilities management
- Discover the Project BIM Execution Plan’s role in defining the BIM deliverable for the owner
- Discover current technologies that support delivering BIM to the owner for use in operations and facilities management
- Discover the potential ROI for implementing BIM in a facilities management program
A Registered Architect and BIM Specialist, Tom pushes the practical boundaries of BIM technology in RATIO’s architectural practice. He is responsible for driving value through the application of technology by identifying project and client needs, specifying solutions, and establishing the business value of solutions. Focusing on Revit and Building Information Modeling since the beginning 2004, Tom has been involved with implementing and managing design technology at a number of firms. RATIO’s team of BIM Specialists are responsible for the adoption of BIM technology throughout the firm, defining and maintaining standards, seeking out innovative and efficient best practices, and training users. With more than 20 years of experience in architecture, Tom has spoken across the country at Autodesk University, BILT NA and various Association of General Contractor events on issues related to BIM, innovation and technological change in the AEC industry.