- 2D DRAWINGS
- VIEWS AND PLANS
- FILE MANAGEMENT
- ROOM DATA SHEETS
- LIST OF DELIVERABLES
- SCOPE DEFINITION
- STRUCTURAL LOADS
- ENERGY LOADS
- LIFE CYCLE ESTIMATION
- CONSTRUCTIVE SOLUTIONS
- PRIMARY MEP SYSTEMS
- ENERGY PRODUCTION
- CERTIFICATION STRATEGIES
In a BIM project there are a large volume of information and workprogress under the visible surface forming the deliverables, that’s why sometimes it’s tended to underplay and even to skip all the basis thanks to which the project is heading in the right direction.
BIM2D dimension constituets a fundamental part that gap to address project development toward the goals reflected in the BIM Execution Plan. In this dimension of the project are implemented reliable and quality processes for the project decisions, main assessments will be hierarchised, and the model must be adapted accordingly.
PARAMETERIZATION: It’s one of the biggest advantages of BIM technology. Allows to add intelligence to the model, and to address the changes that it will experience in the development phase while maintaining its essence and its vector. This can be done with programming, which can be integrated in BIM softwares or implemented externally.
STANDARDIZATION: There is a wide variety of guides that fix usage patterns in BIM technology, it’s important to know the main to allow select the well-known patterns suitable in the BIM project development. To adapt to these patterns brings benefits such us to have documentation and BIM tools enough to take these standards, to collaborate effectively with other teams who will participate in the project and, above all, to avoid missing into an unknown world of improvisation. Next we mention some of the best-known standards:
- IFC – Industry Foundation Classes – It is aneutral platform, a standard file format and opensource, developed to facilitate interoperability between the increasingly numerous BIM platforms (software), thus allowing to generate federated models for management that bring together the project information from all disciplines involved in the project.
- COBie – Construction Operations Building Information Exchange – Its purpose is to exchange information that is gathered during construction to be passed to Facility Managemet scope. COBie defines the way this information is structured, and the formats that can be used..
- LOD – Level of Development – Is a parameter that defines the information definition level in a BIM element. Is not necessarily the amount of information but it’s the reilability based in specific criteria, and is not directly associated with the geometric development of that BIM element.
- OCCS – Omni Class Classification System – Is a classification system for the construction industry. OmniClass is useful for many applications, from organizing library materials, product literature, and project information. Provides a classification structure for electronic databases.
- BCF – BIM Collaboration Format – Is an open standard (digital file) to communicate about the ‘issues’ of a BIM model during its design cycle. Is quite practical when sharing live project information between different BIM platforms.