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Practical Examples of How to Develop and Coordinate Information on a BIM Project
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Stephen Hamil
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This class will present how project teams can collaborate to develop information on a BIM project. We will initially look at setting up a plan of work to give clarity on which team members are delivering what information and when. Following this we will look at how designers can develop their designs using standardised BIM objects in Revit. Practical examples will then be given on how to link these objects digitally to the associated specification to better coordinate this information and reduce risk. We will finish by exploring the role of the cloud and big data in future workflows and show practical examples of how the Forge platform can accelerate this. Stephen was part of the team that developed the UK government’s BIM Level 2 standards and tools. As director of research and innovation at NBS, he has been fundamental in developing the products that led to NBS being the first UK Autodesk Solution Associate in 2016.

Key Learnings

  • How to agree who is developing what information and when on a BIM project
  • How Revit users can standardise their BIM objects
  • How Revit users can coordinate specifications and models
  • How the cloud is changing the way that we collaborate and how Forge can help

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Stephen Hamil
Stephen first started working on NBS products in 1999 and has played a big part in the developments of products such as NBS Building, NBS Create, and National BIM Library. He was the project lead for the development of the BIM Toolkit on behalf of the UK government’s BIM Task Group. Prior to joining NBS, Stephen studied at Durham University. His first degree was in structural engineering followed by a PhD in the digital modelling of building structures.
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