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Mon, 02 Oct



Process of BIM

This webinar provides a thorough exploration of the BIM process, from concept to facility management. It emphasizes collaborative workflows among architects, engineers, contractors, and owners. Topics include BIM execution plans, data exchange, common data environments, and quality assurance in BIM

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Process of BIM
Process of BIM

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02 Oct 2023, 11:00 am – 03 Oct 2023, 12:00 pm



About the event

This webinar is designed to provide attendees with a thorough understanding of the various aspects of Building Information Modeling (BIM) processes and workflows. Below is a detailed explanation of each topic covered in this webinar:

  1. BIM Workflow Overview: From Concept to Facility Management: This segment provides an overview of the entire BIM workflow, spanning the project lifecycle from conceptual design to facility management. Attendees gain insight into how BIM models evolve and contribute at each stage of a project.
  2. Collaborative Processes: Architects, Engineers, Contractors, and Owners: Explores the collaborative nature of BIM processes involving multiple stakeholders, including architects, engineers, contractors, and owners. Highlights the importance of effective communication and coordination throughout a project.
  3. BIM Execution Plans (BEPs): Developing a Comprehensive Strategy: Discusses the critical role of BIM Execution Plans (BEPs) in BIM projects. Participants learn how to develop a comprehensive strategy that outlines project-specific BIM requirements, roles, and responsibilities.
  4. Data Exchange and Interoperability: Ensuring Smooth Information Flow: Examines the challenges and solutions related to data exchange and interoperability among various software tools and platforms. Highlights the importance of standardized data formats for seamless information flow.
  5. Role of Common Data Environments (CDEs) in BIM Projects: Discusses the significance of Common Data Environments (CDEs) in centralizing project information and fostering collaboration. Explains how CDEs help maintain data integrity and version control.
  6. Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA/QC) in BIM Implementation: Focuses on the role of QA/QC processes in ensuring the accuracy and reliability of BIM data. Attendees will learn best practices for quality assurance and quality control throughout a project.
  7. Case Studies: Step-by-Step BIM Process on Real Projects: This segment presents real-world case studies that illustrate the step-by-step BIM processes in action. Participants gain practical insights into how BIM is applied in various project scenarios.

Throughout the webinar, the presenter may use visual aids, such as process flowcharts, diagrams, and project examples, to illustrate key concepts. Interactive elements, including Q&A sessions and panel 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 the BIM workflow, collaborative processes, the importance of BEPs, data exchange challenges, the role of CDEs, QA/QC practices, and practical insights from real-world case studies. This knowledge will equip them with valuable insights for effective BIM implementation in their projects.


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