Course duration: 1.5 hours
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is an organizational, a philosophical, and a strategic change to the construction industry. How BIM is embraced within a firm is largely left up to those interpreting this philosophy into practice. With the idea that a learner learns best through repetition, BIM 101 introduces the foundational concepts so that in subsequent courses designed for specific stakeholders we can review more specifically how that concept applies—rather than introduce the concept.
By the end of this course, you will be able to clarify BIM misconceptions by discussing why they exist and the realities of the industry, define BIM as a process, and develop and understanding of why BIM and Revit are not synonymous terms, introduce the benefits of modeling for the various stakeholders in the architecture, engineering, construction and operations industry, and present the industry standard tools previously developed to manage the BIM process within the industry.
- Introduction to BIM 100 Series
- What makes a successful BIM?
- What is Revit?
Benefits of Modeling
- Benefits to Design Teams
- Benefits to Construction Document Specialists
- Benefits to Owners and Facility Managers
The BIM Process
- New Construction vs. Renovation
- BIM Project Execution Plans
- Facility BIM Development Plans
- BIM 101 Introduction to BIM
eTraining Course Navigation Strategies:
Beginners: Complete the course in order from beginning to end. Once any topic is completed, you will have full access to it at any time for one year after registration, to use as a resource.
Intermediate/Advanced Users: Use the course as a flexible resource tool to find what you need, whenever you need it.
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