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ICE BIM Scotland

last modified Dec 01, 2018 04:54 PM
CDBB were pleased to support the Institution of Civil Engineers – Scotland at their “BIM and Soft Landings for better outcomes” masterclass held at Stirling University.

The Centre’s David Philp led a facilitated workshop along with Roy Evans of the Government Property Agency. After a series of presentations, a workflow was prepared illustrating the BIM Level 2 and Soft Landings tasks, the interface and mutualism between both and how they can be practically implemented.

Key Points:

  • Need for clear operational vision
  • Learn lessons from previous projects
  • Actively engage with the End Users to ensure their needs are input into all stages of the project
  • Clear and measurable operational targets set and stage plain language questions determined
  • Comprehensive information requirements aligned with AIM
  • Regular reality views from an operational perspective set using BIM and immersive technologies
  • Importance of operational excellence and preparing for the AIM
  • Data transfer from Capex to Opex tested early
  • Strategy for curation of the AIM
  • Having an extended aftercare strategy
  • Structured post occupancy evaluation
  • Feedback of lessons learned
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Welcome to the Centre for Digital Built Britain.  

The Centre for Digital Built Britain is a partnership between the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and the University of Cambridge to understand how the construction and infrastructure sectors could use a digital approach to better design, build, operate, and integrate the built environment.