With a campus in rural Rwanda—more than 100 kilometers from the capital Kigali, half of which is unpaved road—the University of Global Health Equity (UGHE) always planned to deploy BIM 360 Ops software to support and sustain facility maintenance functions. A pioneering global health science university, UGHE had proactive facilities maintenance as a top priority when opening their campus in January 2019. In April 2020, our team helped to facilitate the launch of BIM 360 Ops during COVID-19. Working remotely with UGHE’s facilities maintenance team, Skanska uploaded information to support the computerized maintenance management system. Using BIM 360 Ops, UGHE’s staff and outsourced service contractors share maintenance information across the 350,000-square-foot campus for an integrated facilities maintenance system. Attendees will learn best practices for asset and space naming, traditional and alternative strategies for managing preventative maintenance, and ways in which to virtually deploy BIM 360 Ops during COVID-19.
- Learn how to adapt your workflow to implement BIM 360 Ops remotely with a completely virtual team.
- Discover best practices for asset and space naming.
- Learn strategies for managing checklists and scheduling tasks based on clients’ unique needs.
- Discover best strategies for managing unique spaces such as parking lots, recreation centers, and secure-gated entrances.