BIM 102 2017 – Collaborative BIM

$299.00 (USD)

The BIM 102 2017 – Collaborative BIM course elaborates on the concepts of BIM 101 with a focus on the language of collaboration.

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BIM 102 2017 - Collaborative BIM

The BIM 102 2017 - Collaborative BIM course elaborates on the concepts of BIM 101 with a focus on the language of collaboration. BIM 101 introduced the concepts; BIM 102 frames those concepts within the realm of communication and collaboration. The goal of focusing on collaboration is to help prepare the learner to implement BIM in their organization or assess and improve their previous implementation.

By the end of this course, you will be able to describe how BIM enhances communication and adds more value to a project than with traditional processes, define the Levels of Development and describe how these terms support communication and collaboration, assess your own organization's template needs and develop their standards according to the National BIM Standard, and discuss the concept of Collaborative BIM and successfully integrate the concepts into projects.

Course Outline

  1. Introduction
    • Welcome to BIM 102
  2. General Process
    • Review of the Basics
    • The Modeling and Collaborative Process
    • Terminology
  3. Level of Development
    • What is Level of Development
    • LOD Further Explained
    • Managing the LOD
  4. BIM Standards
    • National BIM Standards
    • Establishing Modeling Standards
    • COBie and Open Data Standards
    • Assessing your Organization
  5. Collaborative BIM
    • Defining Collaborative BIM
    • Integrating BIM in Projects
    • Avoiding Rabbit Holes and the inevitable Punt
  6. Conclusion
    • Conclusion

About the expert:

Megan Johnson is an AIA registered architect and avid academic who is the BIM Director for an architecture firm in Virginia. She has trained thousands of individuals to use Revit in a BIM-savvy manner over the past ten years. She has spoken internationally and has been published several times in publications like the Journal of the National Institute of Building Sciences.

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