BIM Planning That Doesn’t Suck.
Shouldn’t BIM management be simple?
BIM Execution Plans (BEPs) are a mandated step in many project workflows however for years BIM Execution Planning has been cumbersome, time consuming and in the end the printed BEP can get completely ignored. 😖
Teams around the world struggle with managing BIM standards and templates, sharing and getting feedback and unfortunately rarely achieve full buyin and approval.
We looked deeply into these challenges on a quest to craft the most simple solution.
Great for BIM gurus searching for a better way to manage BEP templates and great for BIM novices looking for their first BEP template!
Why do we need this?:
It is extremely important to understand why we are doing BIM in the first place.
Is it for design related improvements, better coordination, more accurate quantities, improved phasing/sequencing, or even the perfect digital twin to run the building?
Having a good BIM Execution Plan is only half the battle. We need to gain collaborative agreement between all teams. We asked “what if?” and introduce the three modules that help us achieve better BIM.
We’ve always wanted to streamline the BIM Management workflow – here we start with showing you how to create a BIM Execution Plan online, communicate with better BIM standards and, most importantly, get approval from your teams.
In this second demo we see how to include rich information like videos and BIM process maps to more easily communicate the BIM Uses and BIM deliverables:
A bite-sized approach – using ISO16950 Work In Progress (WIP), Shared and Published states – to manageme the development of the BIM Execution Plan (BEP).
Quick recap – easily keep all of your BIM Execution Plan (BEP) templates and projects in one place, add all team members to the online version of the BEP (for free), use the ISO 19650 approach to review and publish your BEP documents.
Are you looking to simplify your BIM Management workflows?
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