BIM For Estates – The Complete Digitisation of Education Estates

Time: 16:35 - 17:00

Date: Tuesday 16 October

20181016 16:35 20181016 17:00 Europe/London BIM For Estates – The Complete Digitisation of Education Estates

BIMsense are the UK’s only multi-award winning estates focussed BIM consultant and developer of intelligent BIM tools. Using our experience, we’ve developed a new book; ‘BIM For Estates’ written for estates directors, project managers and the wider estates team. Been highly commended by Mr Calie Pistorius, former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Hull, he has… Read more »

Education Estates 2019

Synopsis

BIMsense are the UK’s only multi-award winning estates focussed BIM consultant and developer of intelligent BIM tools.

Using our experience, we’ve developed a new book; ‘BIM For Estates’ written for estates directors, project managers and the wider estates team.

Been highly commended by Mr Calie Pistorius, former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Hull, he has kindly offered to write the foreword, such is his belief that BIM isn’t the future, it’s the now and it is completely transforming the education estates landscape!

We aim to provide a simple and engaging overview of the value in BIM (Building Information Modelling) and what the education estate of the future looks like;

* BIM as the container for estates data: BIM isn’t for design, it’s for life! We’ll discuss how BIM isn’t just a visual 3D model, it is in fact a container for asset data, providing a tool in which to organise and structure data. Data in its raw form is very intangible. We require data to be presented in visual ways; the model provides a visual container for data to produce charts for analysing trends and dashboards for assessing items such as completeness of data, overall quantities of assets etc.
* Developing a data culture: people find it difficult to understand what data can do unless it’s presented in a visual way. We’ll show what estates data looks like and how it benefits the long-term efficiency of an estates lifecycle, helping make better informed decisions on the ongoing use, maintenance and further development of estates.
* Developing a digital design brief: a digital design brief compliments the estate client’s requirements, providing clear information for designers and an easy way of checking developing designs against original requirements allowing client design briefs to become more accurate which provides better forecasting, planning and transparency between project teams.

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