Is your firm, office, or department Building Information Modeling (BIM) compliant? Good question! In this class, we will introduce and embrace the concept of BIM levels. Actually, without a structured method for managing projects, it’s difficult to enhance your BIM maturity. You’ll learn how to integrate BIM process within your organization. There will be a presentation of some standards, requirements, and protocols to set in order to reach BIM level 2, according to our vision of French users. To go further, we will outline full collaboration between all disciplines and Open BIM based on our experience. We will illustrate this class with some French case studies. This BIM-maturity analysis will cover the use of the following software systems: Revit software, Navisworks software, and AutoCAD Civil 3D software. This session features Revit and AutoCAD Civil 3D.
- Learn how to initiate and improve the deployment of BIM in your firm
- Learn how to customize the BIM process to better suit your needs (standards, templates, BIM Library, and so on)
- Learn how to establish and use collaboration basics and rules within your office
Yann THOMAS is working in France as a BIM Project Manager in the BIM department of Artelia Building and Industry. He obtained a civil engineering degree with a specialization in electricity. He begins his career as electrical study engineer (5 years). He worked on several project in Paris as an electrical engineer (Hospitality, football stadium, industrial building...). He was trained on Revit in 2010 and specialized on BIM in 2013 due to the BIM demand. He is now in charge of standardization of BIM methodology for Artelia Building and Industry and realize BIM Management Mission as client advisor or in design team.
Leila Essemrhouni is working in France as a Building Information Modeling (BIM) project manager in the Innovation Digital Department of Artelia, an international multispecialist engineering firm. Her main focus is on participating in the implementation of BIM in Artelia markets (infrastructure, building, water, and so on) according to BIM maturity and BIM goals of each sector. Essemrhouni obtained 2 engineering degrees—one in the building construction field and the other in infrastructure and civil disciplines. She received also a master’s degree in general management from IAE. Before joining Artelia, she worked on 4D and 5D subjects within Bouygues Bâtiment, a market leader in building in the Paris region.