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The NATSPEC National BIM Guide

The NATSPEC National BIM Guide

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The NATSPEC National BIM Guide

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  1. The NATSPEC National BIM Guide

  2. Course learning objectives • Understand the purpose of the National BIM Guide. • Become familiar with the structure and content of the National BIM Guide. • Know how to use the National BIM Guide on projects. • Appreciate some of the issues encountered on BIM projects.

  3. Why NATSPEC developed the National BIM Guide

  4. Other BIM guides

  5. The current state of BIM practice

  6. The current state of BIM practice • Practical guidance on managing BIM projects not widely available.

  7. The current state of BIM practice • Practical guidance on managing BIM projects not widely available. • Generally accepted work practices for BIM not well established.

  8. The current state of BIM practice • Practical guidance on managing BIM projects not widely available. • Generally accepted work practices for BIM not well established. • A lack of common understanding of BIM, especially as applied to projects.

  9. The problem

  10. The problem

  11. The solution

  12. Purpose of the National BIM Guide • To assist clients, consultants and stakeholders to clarify their BIM requirements for construction projects in a nationally consistent manner.

  13. Nature of the National BIM Guide • A framework for BIM implementation • Adaptable for use on a range of projects • Supports open global systems • Sets minimum standards • Comprehensive - covers key BIM issues • Outcome focussed - not overly detailed or prescriptive

  14. Nature of the National BIM Guide 10.9 Additional Modelling Standards In the absence of existing documented modelling standards mandated by the client, the BIM Team shall nominate the BIM Modelling Standards to be used on the project. Any amendments considered necessary must be documented. When the BIM Modelling Standards and amendments have been agreed by the BIM Team they shall be adopted and managed for consistent application by the BIM Manager. At a minimum, the BIM Modelling Standards shall address the following: • Model setup including project templates. • Team member modelling protocols including definition of authorised uses. • Model naming conventions. • View naming conventions. • System naming conventions (services, etc).

  15. Structure of the National BIM Guide + + +

  16. Using the National BIM Guide Use of the National BIM Guide at 3 stages of the project: During initial discussions As a framework for discussions and a comprehensive list of items for consideration when deciding the scope of BIM use.

  17. Using the National BIM Guide Use of the National BIM Guide at 3 stages of the project: During initial discussions As a framework for discussions and a comprehensive list of items for consideration when deciding the scope of BIM use. During detailed project planning As a means of documenting mutually agreed decisions about how BIM is to be implemented.

  18. Using the National BIM Guide Use of the National BIM Guide at 3 stages of the project: During initial discussions As a framework for discussions and a comprehensive list of items for consideration when deciding the scope of BIM use. During detailed project planning As a means of documenting mutually agreed decisions about how BIM is to be implemented. During project execution As a common reference to communicate and enact decisions made about BIM implementation to project participants.

  19. Summary • The National BIM Guide was developed to address the lack of a common understanding of BIM. • The purpose of the National BIM Guide is to assist stakeholders clarify their BIM requirements for construction projects in a nationally consistent manner.

  20. Summary • The National BIM Guide focuses on outcomes rather than prescribing a fixed approach to BIM. • The National BIM Guide is a framework document with a strategic function beyond simply providing information.

  21. Summary • The National BIM Guide is comprised of 4 related documents. • The National BIM Guide adds the most value when it is used from project inception.

  22. THANK YOU