- Project plans
- Project activities
- Legislation and standards
- Industry context
Last edited 07 Sep 2018
Comparison of BIM work stages
(listed in CIC BIM protocol)
(attributed to PAS 1192)
|1 Brief||0 Strategy||0 Strategic definition||1Brief|
|1 Brief||1 Preparation and brief|
|2 Concept||2 Concept||2 Concept design||2 Concept|
|3 Definition||3 Definition||3 Developed design||3 Developed design|
|4 Design||4 Design (production information)||4 Technical design (Procurement is flexible and does not have a numbered stage)||4 Production|
|5 Build & Commission||5 Build & Commission||5 Construction||5 Installation|
|6 Handover & Closeout||6 Handover & Closeout||6 Handover & Closeout||6 As constructed|
In use (no number)
|7 Operation and end of life||7 In use||7 In use|
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