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3 essential BIM webinars for construction professionals

1. Who Needs a BIM Manager (1 hr)

  • Identify Key Roles
  • Distinguish between the BIM Information Management roles
  • Summarise BIM Information Management responsibilities relating to each role

2. Information Delivery (1 hr)

  • Explain the BIM Lifecycle workflow
  • Identify key project documents (EIR, OIR, AIR & BEP)
  • Explain the key elements to each document

3. Standards, Methods and Procedures (1 hr)

  • Explain the requirements for graphics, information, and data exchange SMPs
  • Explain good geo-spatial practice
  • Identify key standards

These are recorded webinars.

If you are interested in more formal training, look at out core BIM courses.

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