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Bim informed education and collaboration at ljmu

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Liverpool John Moores University BIM Strategy

Liverpool John Moores University BIM Strategy

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  • 1. BIM INFORMED EDUCATION AND COLLABORATION AT LJMU
  • 2. Outline of the session • BIM – what is it? • BIM and education - the need to change • BIM and education - in practice at LJMU
  • 3. LJMU starting point Is BIM a process? Is BIM a technology?
  • 4. Or is it? In the words of Dave Philp (2013) ‘A language of collaboration to reduce cost, reduce carbon and to add value’
  • 5. Does it matter what it is? • Change is a purpose not an event • We need to understand the purpose of BIM and its outcomes and adapt education to support industry.
  • 6. NBS BIM Report 2013 • Almost 75% of industry still not clear what BIM is • Only 35% of industry confident with their knowledge and skills in relation to BIM
  • 7. LJMU BIM Task Group May 2012 a collaborative task group established across the School of Built Environment and the following programmes: – – – – – – Architectural Technology Building Services Engineering Building Surveying Construction Management Civil Engineering Quantity Surveying
  • 8. Traditional working practices!!
  • 9. Collaboration A new way of working??????
  • 10. Do we need to change the way we deliver, what we deliver and how we assess?
  • 11. Skill development Level 4 CAD/Revit/Microsoft Project/Causeway procurement(take off) Level 5 CAD measure/ASTA/navisworks-clash detection,IES(thermal modelling) Level 6 BIM Measure/navisworks/timeline/Cobie spread sheets? Levels 4,5 and 6 COLLABORATION USING A 3D MODEL
  • 12. BIM WORKSHOP
  • 13. AIM • New venture in the school to prepare students to work collaboratively in the “real world” utilising a 3 dimensional building model. • The 2 day workshop provides students with an introduction to Building Information Modelling at Level 4.
  • 14. Who are we collaborating with? Students on the following programmes: • • • • • Architectural Technology Building Services Engineering Civil Engineering Construction Management Quantity Surveying
  • 15. What did we expect of students? Task 1 Interrogate a 3D house model and outline the information that can be derived from the model explaining how this can be used collaboratively by each of the disciplines within the group. Task 2 Extend the 3D house model by 12m2 in poor ground, revising the foundation type and calculating the impact on the programme, finishings cost and thermal modelling.
  • 16. What next? • Level 4(year 1) BIM workshop March 4 and 5 2014 • Use a more complex industrial 3D model to assess level 5 and level 6 students in 2014 2015 academic year.
  • 17. What next for you on your BIM journey?
  • 18. Thank You.