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CEIII Architecture

CEIII Architecture Duration:36 hours
Instructor: David Fung
Award:Certificate of Completion CEIII Architecture (Revit)
Cost:$15850

Minimum No. of students in Class: 8

 

Prerequisites

 

Delegates should previously attended a CEI Basic Revit course or have experience in using the basic Revit tools and functionality.

 

Course Content

 

CEIII course is the professional level course dedicated to professional architectural designers.  It is concentrating on BIM Management level rather than operational level.

The course highlights how BIM can be and shall be implemented in the architectural discipline.  Starting from Concept Design, Detailed Design, Statutory Submission, Contract Documentations to the Project Management level; the course ties in with the whole professional services in using BIM.

Being the information originator, architect leads the information flow and facilitates the project collaboratively.  Analytical value of BIM can be experienced through the BIM process to come up with better design decisions.

 

  • 1. Project Inception
    • 1.1 Project Execution Plan
    • 1.2 BIM Standard
    • 1.3 Proactive BIM vs Reactive BIM
  • 2. Conceptual Design
    • 2.1 Space Planning using BIM
    • 2.2 Master Planning
    • 2.3 Method of Volume analysis
    • 2.4 Landscape Planning using BIM
    • 2.5 Conceptual Mass Planning and Schematic Design
    • 2.6 Design Options and Phasing
    • 2.7 Organic Architecture and Parametric Design
    • 2.8 Conditional Formulas and schedules
    • 2.9 Roles and Responsibility in BIM context
    • 2.10 How to set up BIM architectural office
    • 2.11 Inter-operability and Open BIM
  • 3. Detailed Design
    • 3.1 Sustainable Design
    • 3.2 Daylight, Wind, Noise Analysis
    • 3.3 Energy Analysis
    • 3.4 BIM in Alteration and Addition
    • 3.5 BIM-based building performance analysis
    • 3.6 Collaboration among different disciplines
  • 4. Statutory Submission
    • 4.1 Government Submission Drawing and Area Calculation
    • 4.2 BIM in Heritage Building Conservation
  • 5. Contract Documentation
    • 5.1 Creation and modeling of architectural detail drawings
    • 5.2 Contract Management in BIM
    • 5.3 Legal Implications
    • 5.4 Contractual Implications
  • 6. Project Management
    • 6.1 Safety Analysis
    • 6.2 From Design, Documentation, Construction to Manufacturing
    • 6.3 Cost benefit
    • 6.4 Extracting and statistical analysis of volume or form
    • 6.5 Importing BIM into related building performance analysis software for daylight, ventilation, acoustic or energy consumption analysis
    • 6.6 Intellectual Property Rights