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Sun, 08 Oct



BIM maturity and Levels of Development (LODs)

This webinar delves into BIM maturity and Levels of Development (LODs). It explains the various BIM Maturity Levels, from Level 0 to Level 3, and their significance. The focus is on implementing LOD specifications in BIM projects. Real-world case studies evaluate BIM maturity in action.

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BIM maturity and Levels of Development (LODs)
BIM maturity and Levels of Development (LODs)

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08 Oct 2023, 11:00 am – 09 Oct 2023, 12:00 pm


About the event

This webinar is an in-depth online seminar aimed at providing participants with a comprehensive understanding of BIM maturity levels and their significance in Building Information Modeling (BIM) projects. Here's a detailed explanation of each topic covered in this webinar:

  1. BIM Maturity and Levels of Development (LODs): This segment serves as an introduction to the concept of BIM maturity and Levels of Development (LODs). Participants will gain insights into why BIM maturity is a critical consideration in BIM adoption.
  2. Understanding BIM Maturity Levels (e.g., from Level 0 to Level 3): This topic explores BIM maturity levels in detail, including the progression from Level 0 (non-BIM) to Level 3 (fully integrated BIM). Attendees will learn how each level represents a different stage of BIM adoption and sophistication.
  3. Significance of LODs: A Comprehensive Guide: Examines the importance of LODs in BIM projects and how they define the level of detail and information in BIM models. Discusses how LODs impact project planning, execution, and collaboration among stakeholders.
  4. Implementing LOD Specifications in BIM Projects: Provides practical guidance on how to implement LOD specifications in BIM projects. Covers the process of defining and documenting LOD requirements to ensure consistency and quality.
  5. BIM for Facility Management and Post-Construction Phases: Explores the role of BIM in facility management and post-construction phases. Demonstrates how BIM data can be leveraged to streamline operations, maintenance, and facility performance.
  6. BIM for Asset Management and Building Lifecycle: This segment delves into asset management and how BIM supports the entire building lifecycle, from design to demolition. Discusses strategies for using BIM data to optimize asset performance and lifespan.
  7. Case Studies: Evaluating BIM Maturity in Practice: Real-world case studies are presented to assess BIM maturity in practical scenarios. Participants gain insights into how different organizations have implemented and benefited from BIM maturity levels.

Throughout the webinar, the presenter may use visuals such as charts, diagrams, and project examples to illustrate key concepts. Interactive elements, including Q&A sessions and discussions with industry experts, may also be included to engage participants and address their questions.

By the end of the webinar, attendees should have a comprehensive understanding of BIM maturity levels, LODs, their significance in BIM projects, and practical insights into implementing BIM maturity in practice. This knowledge will empower them to make informed decisions about BIM adoption and usage in their projects and organizations.


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