BIM Management Education

The BIM management webinar below is a recording from a session with over 100 students learning about BIM in Africa. 

These BIM.Africa students were introduced to BIM Execution Planning and some practical steps that can be used in the design and construction industry when they graduate.

Webinar Agenda:

  1. Creating a BIM Execution Plan
  2. Agreeing on a clear BIM Scope
  3. Managing BIM tasks together
  4. Verifying your BIM requirements
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In these 5 BIM management videos we explain how to create an impressive BIM Execution Plan (BEP), agree on a simple visual BIM scope (using Level of Information Need), quickly manage BIM tasks and verify against your BIM requirements!

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Cinco pasos para una mejor gesti贸n de BIM

Cinco pasos para una mejor gesti贸n de BIM: 1) Creaci贸n de un plan de ejecuci贸n BIM, 2) Definir que comprende el uso de BIM, 3) Programar tareas con el equipo, 4) Gestionar juntos las tareas BIM, 5) Comparar con los requisitos BIM

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BIM Management Education

BIM Management Education

Free online BIM Management Masterclass sharing knowledge across BIM companies and communities. This one is co-hosted with our partner Blaze.

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BIM Explained

BIM Explained

Sometimes it can be difficult explaining what BIM is to non-BIM鈥檈rs. Here鈥檚 a little story that could help explain BIM to your grandparents, family or even your boss?!?

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PlanBIM

PLAN

Templates for OIRs, EIRs, BEPs and more...

BIM Project Scope

SCOPE

Templates for AIRs, TIDPs, MIDPs and more...

BIM Contract

CONTRACT

eSignature to simplify BIM contracts

BIM Schedule

SCHEDULE

Efficient BIM Task Management

Lean BIM Kanban

TRACK

Lean BIM Progress Tracking

BIM Validation

VERIFY

Quickly check BIM models

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