More owners are implementing Building Information Modeling (BIM) into their facilities management (FM) strategies and project-delivery methodologies, but how are they able to ensure the success of these new workflows? Much like the objectives identified in our Autodesk University 2014 session (BO6648: Defining a Holistic Owner-Driven BIM Project Delivery Standard), The Ohio State University is exploring the "people" aspect of their BIM Project Delivery Standard (the external facing document for the architecture, engineering, and construction community) and the BIM Implementation Strategy developed for the university’s internal Project Team members. This session will explore the people, process, and technology initiatives of the 2 documents. We’ll also present the importance of educating the university’s staff on this new standard, as well as how to successfully implement the appropriate technologies and workflows, thus empowering the university to fully realize the opportunity to reduce the total cost of ownership of their buildings through the application of BIM.
- Discover strategies to support the effective implementation of a BIM project delivery standard
- Explore strategies for developing workflows to support the use of BIM during design, construction, and operate phases
- Discover internal and external lessons learned on projects during the implementation of the BIM project delivery standard
- Discover how to ensure the continuous improvement of your BIM standard through a well-defined implementation strategy