Practical Implications of Implementing Level 2 BIMBIS, 1 Victoria Street. 7 August 2013
Richard LaneBIM Task Group (Organiser & Session Facilitator)
Graeme TappendenBIM Task Group
Casey RutlandArup Associates(Organiser)Arch.
Rebecca De CiccoDMA (Organiser)Arch.
Daniel WalshBIM AcademyArch/Client
Richard BatesDavis Langdon AecomQS
Dave MonswhiteTurner & TownsendQS
Duncan ReedTekla (formerly Balfour Beatty)Contractor
Chris BarkerBalfour BeattyContractor
Clare ReinholdBDP M&E
James MiddlingMott MacdonaldStructural
The session was organised to collect feedback from a multi-disciplinary group to increase engagement with industry at a practical working level and inform further work within the BIM Task Group.
The feedback was based on 'live' project experience in addition to building on the feedback from simulated and theoretical activities such as theBIM4Real event.
OBJECTIVES OF THE SESSION
Employers Information Requirements (EIRs)
It was acknowledged that these problems exist today but are increased by the formal information exchange and the intent to gain greater certainty earlier in a project (removing assumptions and de-risking a project)
Level of Definition, Development and Detail
BIM Execution Plan (BEP)
The Role of the Information Manager
The Value of BIM to Clients