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    4.1 - Guide for Architects

    4.2 - Guide for CS Engineers

    4.3 - Guide for MEP Engineers

    5.0 - Procure

    5.1 - Guide for Contractors

    6.0 - Operate


BEP Archives - Navbim.com

6.1.2 Commissioning

Green Building Mark-up Language (GBXML) is a methodology to electronically transfer building information on completion of construction for facilities management purposes. Spreadsheets for some systems are available for download. Third-party utilities facilitate the automatic creation and transfer of some data between BIM and XML spreadsheets via Industry Foundation Class (IFC) files as an intermediate stage,… read more »

3.2 – Software compatibility

Software used for Design and Construction BIM work must be tested for compatibility by the Construction BIM Manager. The use of software that is not Industry Foundation Class (IFC) compliant to prepare models is only permitted with the approval of the client. Versioning of software must be managed by the BIM teams throughout the project… read more »

3.3 – BIM Software

All BIM Authoring Software used on the project shall be as documented in the BEP. The following criteria shall be used to evaluate the suitability of software for use on the project and any non- compliance with the criteria brought to the attention of the client for approval. Preference is given to object oriented software… read more »

3.4 – BEP Introduction

Description The BIM Execution Plan (BEP) is a formal document that defines how the project will be executed, monitored and controlled with regard to BIM. A BEP is developed to provide a master information/data management plan and to assign of roles and responsibilities for model creation and data integration at project initiation. Requirements The BEP… read more »

3.5 – A Guide for the BEP

The BIM Essential Guide for BIM Execution Plan (BEP) serves to jump start the development of a BEP for a project. The BEP provides a baseline document, approved by the Employer, to guide the project team in achieving goals set with regards to BIM deliverables throughout the project. The BEP specifies the roles and responsibilities… read more »

2.5 – CDE Functionality

A “Common Data Environment” (CDE) approach should be adopted to allow information to be shared between all members of the project team, for example a project extranet or electronic document management system. Agree as early as possible which data and information should be exchanged, when, and in what format; Data Exchange processes should be established… read more »

2.6 – File Storage and Security

Project Folder Structure Maintaining consistent file naming and structure is critical for referenced (linked) files to function properly across Design Teams and for end users such as facilities managers to retrieve files quickly once the project is complete. For this reason, the Design and Construction Teams shall define a file protocol for the team during… read more »

3.7 – Defining BIM roles in the BEP

The following table shows the responsibilities assigned to each role during the development of the BIM Execution Plan (BEP) and throughout the project. These are subject to contractual agreements and any variations are agreed. The BIM team defines the working relationships between roles (eg. request, reporting and approval protocols) so that lines of authority are clear,… read more »