Stage 2: BIM in Practise
BIM is spearheading a revolution in construction to improve project delivery. The government has set challenging targets to reduce capital costs, delivery times and whole life costs of buildings and assets. As a result, clients are changing the way in which they procure projects using BIM, which in turn changes the way in which project teams need to respond and demonstrate their capabilities to meet their clients’ requirements. This includes interpreting and responding to Employer’s Information Requirements, assessing supply chain capability and developing BIM Execution Plans. It includes developing and delivering new processes to support information management and setting up and manging the Common Data Environment. It also includes understanding how Government Soft Landings supports collaborative working and the delivery of BIM outcomes.
A practical approach to BIM implementation
BIM in Practise is designed to provide delegates with the in-depth knowledge and skills to enable them to begin applying BIM to Level 2 requirements on projects. The BIM in Practise course provides an advanced understanding of the BIM Level 2 processes and procedures defined in PAS 1192-2:2013. This includes understanding Employer’s Information Requirements and the procurement process, setting up and managing a BIM Execution Plan, the Common Data Environment and the principles of collaborative working.
By attending this programme you will have an excellent understanding of the fundamental requirements for delivering a successful BIM project. This will include:
- Understanding the content and structure of Employer’s Information Requirements and how to respond using a Pre-contract BIM Execution Plan.
- Understanding the structure and information management processes set out in PAS 1192-2.
- Understanding how to set up and manage the delivery of the Employer’s Information Requirements using a BIM Execution Plan.
- Understanding the requirements of the Information Manager role and the Common Data Environment.
- Understanding of the structure and delivery of asset information requirements and COBie.
- Understanding the requirements of Government Soft Landings, how it supports collaborative working and the delivery of better project outcomes.
All of our workshops are held in venues specifically selected in London and Manchester. Please see below ticket detailing the price, date and location of workshop.
For enquiries please email Emily Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)1244 740 205.
Who should attend
BIM in Practise is aimed at professionals across all segments, disciplines and levels of the construction sector, including:
- Clients, e.g. procurement officers, programmes managers, clerks of works, asset managers, facilities managers, etc.
- Designers and consultants, e.g. architects, engineers, quantity surveyors and project managers, etc.
- Civil engineering, building, mechanical and electrical contractors, e.g. construction managers, commercial managers, estimators, site managers, site engineers, quality managers, safety managers, trades and labour, etc.
If you would like to discuss your suitability for the programme then please contact our course leader by email: email@example.com
Your course of study
Delivered as a two-day programme, BIM in Practise is split into four main sessions covering the following these areas:
- Day 1 Session 1 will introduce the key first steps in bidding for, planning and establishing a project incorporating BIM. We will provide a detailed overview of the Employer’s Information Requirements, the Information Delivery Cycle in PAS 1192-2 and the roles of the client and supply chain in a BIM project.
- Day 1 Session 2 covers the mobilisation of a BIM project through the development and use of the BIM Execution Plan. We will work through the structure and purpose of the BIM Execution Plan, verifying the supply chain’s capability and the creation of the Master Information Delivery Plan.
- Day 2 Session 3 builds on the initial work during Day 1 to put in place the project-level processes for information management and delivery, covering the role of the Information Manager and Task Team Information Managers. It supports delegates to understand the delivery of specific information requirements and COBie.
- Day 2 Session 4 focuses on the creation and delivery of the Asset Information Model and Government Soft Landings. It incorporates approaches to collaborative working, communication and change management to support the implementation of BIM on projects and within your organisation.
For immediate entry onto BIM in Practise it is recommended that delegates have undergone a prior course of study equivalent to Stage 1: BIM Fundamentals.
For more information regarding our entry requirements please contact Emily Harris by email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Andy Ainsworth
Andy is an experienced consultant with an extensive track record of working with businesses to improve the way they operate. He is a detail oriented practitioner who’s focus is taking on practical challenges and developing workable solutions.
Expert in BIM
Andy has extensive experience of delivering BIM training and consultancy for organisations across the construction supply chain. He has led the delivery of several major programmes to support companies with the adoption of processes and procedures to support the use of BIM. As a result, he brings experience of working alongside public sector clients, Tier 1 main contractors, regional SME contractors, architects, engineers, specialist sub-contractors and product manufacturers. As a result he understands the challenges facing organisations starting to use BIM and how they can overcome these and realise the opportunities BIM can bring.
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