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BIM-R Conference Schedule

Residential BIM Manager (BIM-R™) Training Schedule

MiTek Builders Products
4380 International Parkway
Atlanta, GA

Thursday

March 15, 2018

7:30 a.m. ~ 8:00 a.m.    Registration/Check-In
8:00 a.m. ~ 10:00 a.m.

Session 1: What is BIM-R?

  • What is Building Information Modeling?
  • BIM Terminology
  • 2D Traditional Method vs. BIM-R
  • Benefits of BIM-R: Building Design, Construction, Sales, Facility Management
  • The Federated, Parametric Model Process
  • Model Checking, Clash Detection
  • Divisions of Construction
 10:15 a.m. ~ 11:45 a.m.

Session 2: BIM Evolution

  • Who started? Who's to Continue? How?
  • 3D, the Basis for BIM-R
  • The Jump from 2D to 3D
  • Comparing BIM-R to Typical 2D CAD
  • Comparing BIM-R to BIM Commercial
  • Level of Development/Detail (LOD)
  • Trading Information and Collaboration Between Trades
  • ISMs, IFC, Compliance Level, IDM, IFD (Standards)
  • Phased Structure of a BIM Project
  • Knowledge of the Different Formats
  • The Future of BIM-R
11:45 a.m. ~ 12:45 p.m.Lunch Break (Included in Registration)
1:00 p.m. ~ 3:00 p.m.

Session 3: BIM-R for All Residential Partners

  • Schematic Design & Design Development
  • Construction Documents
  • Design Options
  • Marketing Tool
  • Digital Manufacturing
  • Software Experience/Training
  • Upgraded Technology (More RAM, drive space, faster processor)
  • Underestimating Time Required (Transition measurement - years not months)
  • Multi-Office Issues with Models
  • The Truss, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing Engineer Collaboration Efforts
  • Phases of Model Coordination
  • BIM-R for the Builder's Back Office
  • Construction Managers, Building Partners, and Sales Staff's Uses of BIM-R
  • File Sharing with the Evenual End User: The Homeowner
3:15 p.m. ~ 4:45 p.m.

Session 4: Time & Simulation

  • Model + Time 
  • Site Planning - Not Just the Land Design
  • There's a Time and Place for Everyone, Everything: Site Staging
  • Everyone's Position and Time Frame Before the Build-Out
  • Construct-ability Progression Through the Project Build-Out
  • See What's Approaching Before it is Built
5:00 p.m. ~ 6:30 p.m.

Session 5: Cost: Materials Quantity & Labor

  • Model + (Material Quantities + Time + Cost)
  • Importance of Knowing Before You Model: What to Model & Why
  • Characteristics of a Good Estimating Model
  • Cost Analysis, Feasibility Studies and Budget Tracking in Schematic Design
  • Critical Path Method vs. PERT, Who's on Top?

 

Friday

 

March 16, 2018

8:00 a.m. ~  9:00 a.m.

Session 6: Life Cycle, Sustainability

  • Model + (Material Quantities + Time + Cost + Life Cycle) 
  • Energy Analysis of Material and Component Assemblies, Best Performance
9:15 a.m. ~ 10:15 a.m.

Session 7: Building Management

  • Existing Residential Building Management vs. BIM-R Building Management & Maintainance
  • Importance of Avoiding Warranty Issues
  • Use of Virtual Models in Building Management
  • Managing Manufacturer & Component Data
10:30 a.m. ~ 12:00 p.m.

Session 8: Maintaining the Business End

  • 100% Buy-in from management
  • Resistance to change
  • The BIM-R Execution Plan
  • Contracts, Liability & Negotiation
  • Fair Risk Allocation & Responsibility Provisions
  • BIM Coverage Limitations for Insurance
  • Intellectual Property Rights & Licensing related to Design, Model Use and Maintenance
  • BIM Execution Plan for Business
  • Data Storage Management
12:00 p.m. ~ 1:00 p.m.Lunch (included in registration)
1:15 p.m. ~ 3:45 p.m.

Session 9: Your BIM-R Route for Success

  • Starting Down the BIM-R Path
  • Know Your Strengths
  • Buy in From Owners
  • Using BIM in Your Work Environment
  • Building a BIM Team
  • Tools to Support the BIM Process
  • Classes of BIM Software
  • IFC Compliance
  • Design Tools, Authoring Tools, Analysis Tools, Shop Drawing & Fabrication Tools
  • Construction Management Tools
  • Model Review Tools
  • Collaboration & File Sharing Tools
  • How to Communicate the BIM Process to Management, Colleagues, and Project Stakeholders
  • Outline a Process for at Project & Business Levels
  • Roles & Responsibilities of Participants int he BIM Process
  • Reactive and Proactive BIM Outcomes
  • Evaluate & Select Development Options for a Specific BIM Project Requirement
  • Develop a Process for Identifying & Selecting BIM Tools
3:45 p.m. ~ 4:00 p.m.Closing Remarks

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