About

  • Founder photoAt BIMstudios, we are more than just modelers or expert software users.
  • With more than 18 years of experience in the U.S. construction field, we are very familiar with the construction methods, processes, and standards. When reviewing a 2D plan or a DWG file we can pinpoint what information is incomplete, missing or conflicting.
  • We have been working in a full BIM environment and helping subcontractors and suppliers do the same since the very beginning of this relatively new field.
  • Our firm is BSI-certified in information management at BIM Level 2.
  • Understanding of basic principles of BIM Level 2.
  • Why BIM is determining factor for delivering projects on time and without waste and inefficiencies.
  • Putting BIM Level 2 into context for your organization.
  • Implementing standards, tools and other documents that define and are used to implement BIM Level 2.
  • Help asset owners manage asset information more effectively, help project sponsors and project managers deliver a better project (commercially and technically).
  • Understanding how BIM Level 2 provides a framework for better information security.
  • Understanding what next steps you need to be able to manage assets or deliver projects using BIM Level 2 processes.
  • Implementing digitization, lean and collaborative approach on the delivery and use of built assets.
  • Setting clear purpose and priorities as part of a BIM implementation strategy.
  • Assess current and future project deliver and asset management processes, information flows, and principle roles and functions involved.
  • Introduce collaborative working practices to the project.
  • Establish as asset-focused approach to briefing, information flows and principle roles and functions involved.
  • Introduce collaborative working practices to the project.
  • Establish an asset-focused approach to briefing, information requirements and the evaluation of outcomes.
  • Implement steps in procuring, managing and exchanging information.
  • Clarifying customer and supply-side drivers for BIM.
  • Outline a BIM implementation plan.
  • Apply standards of BIM Level 2 to project delivery.
  • Formulate plain language questions and (EIR) Employer Information Requirements.
  • Development of BIM Execution Plans and information delivery plans.
  • Implementation of common data environment processes of project information at BIM Level 2.
  • Development of information requirements for different life-cycle events and different roles involved in BIM Level 2 asset information management.
  • Development of BIM Level 2 Information management documents.
  • Identification of how designers and contactors are expected to show their BIM capability.
  • Roles and responsibilities in information management.
  • Development of key BIM Level 2 asset information management documents.
  • Formulation of organizational and asset information requirements.
  • Delivery of asset information through the Common Data Environment (CDE) and verification against the information requirements.
  • Development and maintenance of the asset information model.
  • Development of key information management process for group activities.
  • Institute clear asset information requirements and checkable digital plan of work
  • Use of COBle as the digital information exchange between design/supply chain and client/operator
  • Specifications of an EIR or digital plan of work
  • Request and respond to requests for COBle
  • Check COBle deliverables. Security & BIM
  • Assess types of security threat to and from built assets and their information
  • Identify security issues in a CDE at BIM Level 2
  • Set up documentation containing execution of policies required for security
  • Apply risk assessment principles to security issues
  • Implement security management through information requirements and plans
  • Plan implementation of security minded approach to BIM
  • BIM as structure for collaboration
  • Integrate health and safety and BIM
  • Assign roles of the key participants in health and safety information and execution
  • Manage collaborative sharing of health and safety information
  • Manage health and safety information in document, BIM and COBle format

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