- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
Last edited 31 Aug 2018
The BIM consultant team is responsible for helping project owner solve people, process, and technological issues and deliver custom solutions and technology integrations for the AEC community, including:
- Establishing employer information requirements and BIM requirements for requests For proposals.
- Establishing contract documents to develop BIM requirements for consults and contractors, as well as contract compliance tracking and approving deliverables.
- Establishing a BIM project execution plan.
- Establishing multi-disciplinary coordination workflows and standards.
- Providing training for contractors and employers.
- Advising on the evaluation and selection of the proper common data environment and software packages and providing set up and training services.
- Providing training for BIM coordinators. Creating coordination models, integrating models to one model, participate to coordination meetings, assist the stakeholders to organise and operate BIM team for project
- Providing training for contractors on creating 4D simulation models, point layouts, laser scanning and point clouds for the project.
- Establishing plans and processes, training, monitoring, reviewing and approving models and related data submitted by contractors for enhancing operations and facilities management through 6D BIM.
- Integrating as-built single models into unique construction as-built models.
- Providing progress reports.
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