Construction Managers BIM Handbook by John Eynon
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LanguageEnglish
Pages256
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Construction Managers BIM Handbook by John Eynon



CONTENTS

1. What is BIM

2.  Why BIM

3. BIM, Buildings and Infrastructure.

4. BIM and Infrastructure.

5. Collaboration.

6. Collaborative Working.

7. Leadership Choices.

8. BSI B555 Roadmap.

9. UK BIM Level 2: Key Documents.

10. NBS BIM Toolkit: An Overview.

11. BIM-ing the Team.

12. BIM Level 2: Legal Perspective.

13. 5D BIM: Cost.

14. BIM and Facilities Management.

15. Cyber Security.

16. Level 2, Level 3 and Beyond.

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17. The Next Construction Revolution.

18. BIM and the Future of Design Management.

19. BIM and Social Media.

20. BIM Leaders of the Future: Engaging the Digital Generation.

21. Getting Started BIM Implementation and SMEs.

22. Afterword: BIM, Digital Life and the Third Industrial Revolution.

Foreword

Building Information Modelling and related technologies are set to transform our industry beyond recognition. Within a generation we will have a digitally enabled industry sharing data and information via the Cloud across all stages of the asset lifecycle seamlessly, efficiently, consistently, reliably and creating value for all stakeholders in the process, but most of all for asset owners and operators our customers.

You may feel this is a far cry from the current state of affairs in our industry, but nevertheless this is where we are headed. Many are already on this journey, and more begin every day. A few years ago, in 2011, the UK Government embarked on a bold programme to move our industry towards delivering digital management of assets in the public sector.

The target was set of reaching BIM Level 2 (UK) by 2016. For the leading UK Government departments this has been met, but we know the reality at local authority level and in the private sector is very different. Upskilling SMEs is a particular challenge.

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Our industry has a notoriously long tail and it will take several years before we can confidently say that we have reached Level 2 across the board. However, Level 2 is but a staging post on the journey to Level 3 and beyond. The recently published Level 3 strategy document Digital Built Britain signposts us to the Internet of Things and the Internet of Everything, Smart Cities, Big Data and a world where everything joins up, including the built environment.

Moreover, this approach positions our industry as a leading player in the Digital Information Economy UKPLC. The UK approach in developing the strategy, processes and standards to enable this vision to be achieved has already won international recognition and considerable envy!

CIOB people are leading members of the industry holding responsible roles across the whole asset lifecycle. This guide for Level 2 brings together comment, guidance and advice from some of the leaders in UK BIM. Included is basic guidance about what Level 2 means, but also some thoughts on the future. We are on the brink of the most profound and far-reaching transformation of our industry since the First Industrial Revolution. This Handbook is intended to help you begin that journey, and I commend it to you..

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