MSc Building Information Modelling & Integrated Design

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MSc Building Information Modelling & Integrated Design

  1. 1. You are now in the:BIM & Integrated Design roomI am Dr Jason Underwood, Programme Director. The agenda for this session is as follows:1.I will begin with a 15 minute presentation2.If you have questions as we go along, please either type them in the chat box (Option 1) or raise your hand (Option 2)3.At the end of my presentation I will read through the text questions and answer them; I will also give microphone rights tothose who wish to verbally ask questions4.I will start my presentation at 18:30pm, and will repeat it again at 19:05pmOption 2: If you have a microphone, raise your hand bypressing the button. You will be entered into aqueue. When I am ready to take your questions, I willprompt you to speak.When prompted, press the button andspeak into your microphone. I will respond to your verbalquestions.To move into another room –click onbutton and select the room that you wish to enter fromthe dropped down list.(hold down control key on a Mac).Main Room is the reception..Should you have any further queries, please email me atj.underwood@salford.ac.ukTo exit this software go to ‘File > Exit’ (on a PC) or‘Blackboard Collaborate Web Conferencing menu’ > Quit’(on a Mac).Option 1: I If you do not have a microphone, type amessage in the box to the bottom left and press theEnter button on your keyboard.I will respond to your text questions.
  2. 2. Background Professionals pushed by changes client expectations + societal needs more fully coordinate formerly separate roles For social, environmental, and financial performance of projects BIM and other digital technology provide new vehicles forcollaboration and integration Benefits that can be achieved through the use oftechnology and process changes Efficiency and value added Major clients starting to demand the use of BIM
  3. 3. Government Commitment
  4. 4. HMG BIM StrategyLevel 2 by 2016
  5. 5. Programme Aims Advanced knowledge on lean, integrated design processes with theuse of BIM technology Educate those involved with designing and managing (complex)re/development of built environment Develop managerial, technical and interpersonal skills to deliverbetter value through design
  6. 6. ManagerialskillsManagerialskillsTechnicalskillsTechnicalskillsInterpersonalskillsInterpersonalskills
  7. 7. Integrated designBIM technology– Learn theory, practice and methodWhole life cycle– Planning, design, construction and operation and reconstructionDevelopment and mgmt of built environments with BIM– Significance of context, organisation, settings, people, process, timeSustainability issues supported by BIMInnovative design solutions– Through digital and media technologiesOpportunity for professionals from different domains to studytogetherBenefits
  8. 8. PGCertPGCertPGDipPGDipMScMScBIM & Integrated Design Modules
  9. 9. The Programme
  10. 10.  Building industry challenges and opportunities The business value of BIM and integrated design Design collaboration IPD – Integrated ProjectDelivery Lean designand construction Lifecycle managementand BIMIntegrated BIM Projects
  11. 11.  The concept of BIM BIM deployment strategies Design and construction process for BIM BIM tools in design Interoperability, IFCs, parametric modelling and BIM Building information exchange Data sharing and designintegration BIM, energy efficiencyand sustainabilityBIM Theory and Practice
  12. 12.  Integrating people, process and technology Lean construction/production Continuous improvement Process design and implementation Process mapping analysis Integrating project life cyclesLean Integrated Design andProduction
  13. 13. Project & ProductionManagement in theBuilt Environment Manage health, safety,welfare and environmentalfactors Control projects Manage project design Production management Manage project handoverand evaluate feedbackSustainable DesignTheory and Practice Sustainabledevelopment Sustainable designprinciples Assessment Strategies to reduceenergy consumptionOptional Modules
  14. 14. Linking BIM and LeanTeaching modes virtual studio-based design with tutorials; block seminars and workshops; live casestudy projects, real clients and projectsField tripsSummer school 2-day event including seminars, group working and studentpresentationsSalford study days WorkshopsInternational dimension –international case studiesGuest seminars by leading edge practitionersSpecial Features
  15. 15. Questions?for more see …http://www.salford.ac.uk/courses/bim-and-integrated-designj.underwood@salford.ac.uk0161 295 6290Thank you

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