Can Intelligent BEP Templates Improve A BIM Manager’s Productivity By 21%?
We believe that BIM Execution Plans (BEP) are critical to align and contract on BIM projects. We also think that adding the intelligence of a database to the BEP can optimize workflows significantly. 🎥 In the video below, we share the easiest and quickest way to create your next BEP!
1. The Importance of a BIM Execution Plan (BEP)
Not many businesses can make it through a day without using documents – this is especially true for BIM Managers that need to create BEPs (BIM Execution Plans), BIM scopes, and BIM contract documents.
Documents like EIRs (Exchange Information Requirements) and BEPs can collect ideas, record thoughts, share messages, index checklists, form the basis of important discussions, and ultimately allow a team to collaborate, contract, and get work executed.
2. The Opportunity To Improve BEPs With Templates
Unfortunately, the IDC found that common document challenges can account for a 21.3% loss in productivity!
We believe that the BIM Execution Plan (BEP) is a vital project resource that should be more intelligent and take much less time to administer.
That is why we built tools to create intelligent BEP templates! 🎉
3. Creating Intelligent BEP Templates
In the video below we share how intelligent BIM templates can automate the creation and approval of the EIR, BEP, Information Protocols, and more.
We demonstrate how to use SmartFields to make the whole process much faster…
…and a little bit fun! 😃
Implementing more intelligent BIM Execution Planning workflows can help teams save enormous amounts of time and have more clear contracts with a higher chance of success!
It is also important to note that this approach is not just for BIM documents! 😃
This is why we created Plannerly (to help you plan early!) loaded with templates to accelerate 🏎 your BIM planning.
Which template will you automate first?
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👉 Bonus Video:
Here is a more complete workflow showing how to use Plannerly for BIM scoping and contracting too: