The BIM 110 2017 course is divided into two sections: the BIM-savvy architect and the Design Intent Model. This is to focus on both the interpersonal and technical skills needed—the hard and soft skills respectively.
BIM 110 2017 – BIM for Architects
BIM 110 2017 - BIM for Architects
The BIM 110 2017 course is divided into two sections: the BIM-savvy architect and the Design Intent Model. This is to focus on both the interpersonal and technical skills needed—the hard and soft skills respectively. Sometimes you will ﬁnd soft skills discussed when reviewing technology or hard skills discussed with reviewing interpersonal collaboration. This is what makes BIM so challenging—it’s hard to separate the two concepts. A strong, BIM-savvy organization requires an understanding of both.
By the end of this course, you will be able to: describe an architect's role in the BIM process and expand on the BIM toolset skills needed by the architect, list the model development minimums of the Design Intent Model, identify how the Design Intent Model becomes the Record Model, and discuss data integration in Existing Conditions, Design Intent Models, and Record Models.
- Getting Started
- The BIM Savvy Architect
- Educating the Owner
- Working with the Contractor
- Model Development Minimums of Design Intent Model
- The Data of the Design Intent Mode
- Reconciliation and Record Model
- Setting Up the Existing Condition
- Architects and Data
- Conclusion for Architects
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.