BIM project management is a significant part of the design of a BIM project. When talking about BIM systems, one should think about a number of the overarching tasks that need to be performed already at the stage of determining the BIM (BIM Execution Plan) implementation plan. The development of BEP, pre and post contract, – after a detailed analysis of the EIR documents – is of key importance for the success of the BIM project. The difficulty of such a task may be the lack of legal regulations in force in Poland, therefore we rely on the norms of other countries to choose the best variant for the investor, together with the investor. At this stage, we create standards that will determine not only the accuracy of the model, but also such aspects as: how to exchange information, tasks of individual entities, the preparation for the FM, or OPEN BIM requirements. This stage of BIM implementation is an extremely important element that will allow us to successfully complete the project in the future.
Only when we have established BIM implementation standards do we start 3D modeling. Depending on whether we work in an existing or newly designed building, we support our work with a point cloud, which is the result of 3D scanning.
The next stage of BIM project management is to link them to the implementation time (BIM 4D), costs and selection of optimal solutions (BIM 5D), and building balance through simulations at the design stage (BIM 6D). These are also important elements which allow for savings for both the investors and contractors.
Let’s not forget that the purpose of every newly constructed building is its use. Investment support through a properly prepared model (BIM 7D), enriched with product datasheets, inspection dates and reports on the technical condition, not only facilitate the servicing of consumables, but can also help to avoid serious failures.
Projects implemented in BIM technology offer many benefits such as the possibility of real-time coordination with other project teams, the possibility of processing BIM data, and the possibility of visualization. The advantages of such design are noticeable at every stage of the investment, from concept to use.
Nowadays, more and more participants in the investment process have in their offer the creation of individual stages of BIM, but for there to be complete success you need a manager who will collect all the data into a whole and who can manage it all.
Don’t think any more about the problems during the implementation and use of the investment – leave that to us.