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Examining the changing standard of care for designers, builders, and owners.
Model-based coordination has consistently ranked as one of the most popular BIM uses in the building industry. Constructability issues are almost always more cost effective to be resolved in the virtual world rather than on the job site.
With all this hype, are we truly developing a new professional standard of care that can guide designers, builders and owners towards effective results?
The Fall BIMForum will explore best practices in professional coordination from Architects, Engineers, Builders and Owners. We will cover topics such as:
The Fall BIMForum has been approved by AIA to offer 11 AIA Learning Units
11 AIA Learning Units | The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) is a Registered Provider with The American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Systems. Credit earned on completion of this program will be reported to CES Records for AIA members. Certificates of Completion for non-AIA members are available on request.
11 CE Credits | AGC of America recognizes the Fall 2016 BIMForum as qualifying for continuing education hours towards the renewal of AGC’s Certificate of Management-Building Information Modeling (CM-BIM). Each hour of educational content is equal to 1 hour of CE credit. Attendees may earn up to 11 hours of CE Credit by attending the Fall 2016 BIMForum.
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BIMForum Attendees are welcome to attend the final session of USIBD’s Symposium (BIMForum badge required for entry) on Monday, October 17th from 3:30pm – 4:45pm.
“A review of USIBD’s LOA document, and BIMForum’s LOD, and how they work together.” – Will Ikerd, IKERD Consulting and John M. Russo, AIA, Architectural Resource Consultants
This session will address how the USIBD’s New Level of Accuracy (LOA) Specification was referenced in relationship to the AIA-AGC BIM Forums Level of Development (LOD) Specification for defining the owner’s BIM requirements. It will provide an update of the current trends as well as providing an in-depth review of the new BIM Forum LOD Specification and the UISBD LOA Specification. Other key topics the session will address are how the owners viewed ROI on the requirements, internally made the case for the new technology investment, trained their internal staff, and how they managed large data sets of reality capture data. The presentation will address how these two specifications are used define scope, schedule and budget for the referenced reality capture work as well as how they reduce risk. This will include the latest update to the BIM Forum LOD Specification.
As the AECO industry continues in its adoption and implementation of BIM, participants frequently struggle to speak the same language with regards to how models are developed. Their frustration is often compounded whenever models need to accurately represent existing conditions. As a result, two organizations have made it their mission to ease the pain through the creation of standard specifications that define Level of Accuracy (LOA) and Level of Development (LOD) of models. The U.S. Institute of Building Documentation’s LOA Specification and the BIM Forum’s LOD Specification provide a framework that can easily be incorporated into projects of any size and complexity. Both specs incorporate the Construction Specifications Institute’s (CSI) Uniformat resulting in ease of integration and interoperability between the two standards.
Program: Marisa Strickler
Registration: Rockkie Dunton
Exhibits/Sponsorship: Patrick Wilson
You may cancel your conference registration and receive a full refund (less a $100 administrative fee) if your request is received by Friday, September 16, 2016. Your cancellation notice should be sent to email@example.com. No refunds will be granted after that date. AGC reserves the right to cancel programs up to 10 days prior to start date if a minimum number of attendees is not met.
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