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CEIII BIM Management

CEIII BIM Management Duration:30 hours
Instructor: David Fung
Award:Certificate of Completion CEIII BIM Management
Cost:$13200

Minimum No. of students in Class: 8

 

Prerequisites

 

Course Content

 

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

Being a new role in the construction industry, BIM Management use BIM as a unifying tool to collaborate all design professionals, from design stage to construction stage and even extends to the Facility Management Stage.

This course concentrates on the BIM Management implementations with Project Execution Plan, uphold and maintenance of BIM requirements and standards govern the implementation of successful BIM process.  BIM Managers are the drive force of the team to obtain values for all team players.

 

  • 1. Hardware, Software, Network requirements
    • 1.1 Scale/ Location of Project
    • 1.2 Scale/ Location/ Composition of Firm and Design/Construction/Operation Team
  • 2. Role and Responsibility
    • 2.1 Role of BIM Manager, Designers, Contractors, Operators
    • 2.2 Information Management; Design Content Management
    • 2.3 Legal Implication and Intellectual Property Right Issues
  • 3. Establishment of BIM Strategy
    • 3.1 Project Specifications
    • 3.2 Project Delivery Methods
    • 3.2 Level of Development
    • 3.4 Project Execution Plan
  • 4. Modeling and Processing BIM Data
    • 4.1 Geo-spatial data acquisition techniques
      • 4.1.1 Topographic and 3D terrain
      • 4.1.2 Sub-surface – hydrographic and 3D underground utility
    • 4.2 Geo-spatial referencing of BIM data
      • 4.2.1 Hong Kong coordinate systems
      • 4.2.2 Local coordinate systems
      • 4.2.3 Geographic and Cartesian coordinate systems
    • 4.3 Spatial data modeling and management
      • 4.3.1 Transformation of raw data to spatial data
      • 4.3.2 Geometric and attribute modeling
      • 4.3.3 Geographic information system
      • 4.3.4 Data accuracy and representation
  • 5. Inter-operability
    • 5.1 Integration of different BIM Platforms
    • 5.2 IFC Standard – limitations and capabilities
    • 5.3 Integration of CAD and BIM technologies
  • 6. BIM Standard
    • 6.1 BIM Protocol
    • 6.2 International & National Standard, Company Standard, Project Standard
    • 6.3 3D Spatial data infrastructure and BIM
  • 7. Establishment of BIM Team
    • 7.1 BIM Training and Recruitment
  • 8. Communication & Collaboration
    • 8.1 Traditional Work Process
    • 8.2 Cloud-based BIM process
    • 8.3 Project Management Platforms
  • 9. History and Archiving of BIM information