The international ISO 19650 series of standards define BIM with respect to exchange information requirements (EIR) and then the process of delivering against these requirements in a coordinated and collaborative way. This presentation will look at many aspects of this process starting with how to develop a robust EIR and then moving through the project timeline to ensure that information is developed accordingly through design, construction and then handover. Stephen will provide some live technology demonstrations with respect to developing a multi-discipline responsibility matrix, coordinating information in models and specifications and then transferring the key information into common data environments. Practical examples will be given within construction technology tools such as Autodesk Revit, NBS Chorus and Autodesk BIM 360. With each example, there will be references back to the original information requirements and how to deliver the data that meets the level of information need (LOIN). Alistair will put these workflows into context with project examples from award-winning projects delivered by the multidisciplinary design team at BDP.
- Implement a standardised approach to construction project information
- Coordinate information in a collaborative environment
- Benefit from the ways BIM and emerging digital technologies are disrupting the construction industry