BIM Management Education

The BIM management webinar below is a recording from a session with over 100 students learning about BIM in Africa. 

These BIM.Africa students were introduced to BIM Execution Planning and some practical steps that can be used in the design and construction industry when they graduate.

Webinar Agenda:

  1. Creating a BIM Execution Plan
  2. Agreeing on a clear BIM Scope
  3. Managing BIM tasks together
  4. Verifying your BIM requirements

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