4th Qatar BIM User Day, Collaboration or Co-Operation
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  • 1. 4TH QATAR BIM USER DAY 24.02.14
  • 2. COLLABORATION OR CO-OPERATION? – WHAT IS A COMMON LANGUAGE?
  • 3. Casey D. Rutland Architect Associate Director Arup Associates WHO AM I?
  • 4. • What is a common BIM language? • Major aspects of BIM Policy • Challenges of a ‘One language’ approach • Industry / government expectation vs. practical deliverability COLLABORATION OR CO-OPERATION?
  • 5. WHAT IS A COMMON BIM LANGUAGE?
  • 6. Why?
  • 7. BIMOUTCOME
  • 8. Why?
  • 9. MAJOR ASPECTS OF BIM POLICY?
  • 10. Manage Expectations Positivity Agreement Co-operation Non-adversarial
  • 11. CHALLENGES OF ONE LANGUAGE?
  • 12. Consultants Global Why? Operators When? Who? Users Local SME How? ContractorsDesigners Facility Managers Micro-SME National What? Clients
  • 13. IFC Issued For Construction? or... IFC Industry Foundation Class
  • 14. Metric or... Imperial?
  • 15. Traditional contract or... Design and build?
  • 16. US Standards or... British Standards or... ISO Standards
  • 17. The solution? A Data Dictionary...
  • 18. International Framework for Dictionaries (IFD)
  • 19. INDUSTRY / GOVERNMENT EXPECTATION VS. PRACTICAL DELIVERABILITY?
  • 20. LOD1 LOD2 LOD3 BIM BIMM QTO 4D 5D 6D AEC CIC PAS 1192-2 AIA-E202 BEP BxP MEAIFC COBie CDE AIP IFD BIM4… NBIMS-US GSL MVDGIS SPie HVACie LCie CPIC nD iBIM CAD Data Drop PPT Data Drop IPDOBDC xml csv
  • 21. Most projects are dealt with as standalone. But they ARE done.
  • 22. RESULT?