BIM Management Education
The BIM management webinar below is a recording from a session with over 100 students learning about BIM in Africa.
- Creating a BIM Execution Plan
- Agreeing on a clear BIM Scope
- Managing BIM tasks together
- Verifying your BIM requirements
What is ISO 19650, templates (for OIRs, EIRs, AIRs, BEPs, RACI, RMs, TIDPs, MIDPs), why ISO19650 is an essential competency for BIM and Information Managers, how standardization can help our industry improve and more.
Sometimes it can be difficult explaining what BIM is to non-BIM’ers. Here’s a little story that could help explain BIM to your grandparents, family or even your boss?!?
Some tips to improve your BIM Management workflows. Here we share five practical steps you can implement on your BIM projects.
BIM quality control is essential for four main reasons: first, because BIM models are used to make decisions about buildings’ design, construction, and operation. If the models are not of high quality, then these decisions will not be based on accurate or complete information. Second, because BIM models are often used to create visualizations (e.g., renderings and animations), if the quality of the model is not good, then the visuals will also not be good. Third, because BIM models are used to generate data used in analysis and simulation; if the quality of the model is not good, then the results of the analysis and simulation will also not be accurate. Finally, because BIM models are used as a basis for facility management
Here’s A BIM Management Case Study Showing 3 Simple Steps How Plannerly Helped Me Make Building Information Modeling Faster, Easier, and More Efficient!
Are you a BIM Manager? Learn about 3 simple steps to make your BIM management more organized and efficient. This company presents how they used Plannerly to make their Building Information Modeling (BIM) more organized and efficient.
While BIM may be a powerful tool, it can also become a liability if misused. In this article, I’ll be exploring what evil BIM challenges we see in the design and construction industry and how you might avoid them!
7 Things You Should Consider For Your BEP – includes 16 point checklist of what should go into your BIM Execution Plan (BEP)
If you’re looking for the best BEP guide, you’ve come to the right place! 😃 In this article, I tell you what goes into a great BIM Execution Plan, share some of my top tips for effective BIM implementation, and some awesome BEP templates so you can get started immediately!
10 things you must know about openBIM! OpenBIM workflows may be extremely powerful, but you must first learn how it can assist you in managing your projects more effectively. This guide will teach you the top 10 things you need to know about openBIM! Find out about buildingSMART, IFC, BCF and more!
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is like a 3D Lego set that you can use to design your dream home 🏡, office building 🏢 or spaceship 🚀 – well, sort of 😃 – I love sharing my knowledge with others to let them know about BIM – can I tell you more?
Your BIM Blog: Here are five design and construction BIM-ers who share their unique experiences about how Building Information Modeling (BIM) has helped them solve problems and perform better in their roles. You’ll get to read in-depth instructional material, as well as some hilarious BIM experiences – some are quite controversial! 😅 Every week, they’ll post a new blog so bookmark this page and check back every week to learn some of the greatest BIM insights!
Hi, I’m Bryan. I am what you might call a “lazy BIM-er.” I never went to school for architecture or engineering; I learned everything I know about BIM from watching YouTube tutorials and reading online.
I cover many BIM-related subjects that are likely also applied to your project in my blog posts. I hope you’ll read it and feel more encouraged as a result!
I was always intrigued by the AEC industry and Architecture. At age 13, I desperately wanted to be an Architect (over time, this interest faded). However, creating buildings from nothing and visualizing them locked me so…