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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


LOD Archives - Navbim.com

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 »

3.6 – How to use a BEP

Project BIM Standards Common BIM Standards should be established and agreed between all Project Stakeholders. This can take the form of an established industry standard (such as the (UK) BIM Standards) or Singapore BIM standards  could be an agreed project specific standard. The BIM execution plan should document the overall Project BIM objectives. These should… read more »

4.6 – Level of Development (LOD)

Introduction All practitioners who use Building Information Modelling tools and workflows in their daily practice must have already faced the ‘information exchange dilemma’. That is, to effectively deliver a project, it is first essential to define what information is needed, from whom, and at what level of detail. The Level of Development (LOD) Specification is a reference… read more »

2.8 – Data Exchange

Managing Data Exchange Building Information Modelling offers the capability to develop project cost information with more accuracy throughout the entire building lifecycle. The key to successful use of BIM‐based costing will be the development of processes and methods within organizations. The level of detail required in a building model will vary depending on project phases,… read more »