This course is designed to introduces BIM, Asset Management, the role of BIM in Asset Management and the planned 'Enhancing Asset Management through BIM' Applications. The core objective of the strategy is to maximise whole life value and minimise whole life costs and risks.
BIM is the management of information through the whole life cycle of a built asset. It delivers value by underpinning the creation, collation and exchange of shared models and corresponding intelligent structured data. BIM based Asset management seeks to optimise cost, risk and performance over the whole asset lifecycle, at portfolio, system, and individual asset levels. The built asset lifecycle covers everything from the initial identification of need to its end of life, including activities such as planning, design, construction, O&M, renewal, enhancement, decommissioning and disposal.
The course will explain how the BIM practices and technology can be applied to significantly enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of asset management and thereby the resulting benefits. The scope covers all types of built or constructed assets/facilities found in economic infrastructure systems (i.e. roads, railways, ports, airports, water and sanitation, environmental protection, energy production & distribution, industrial and communication facilities, etc.) and social infrastructure systems (i.e. buildings for housing, offices, schools, hospitals, prisons, etc.
Three Days Course BIM Technology
Overview of Asset Management
BIM Software Usage – Integration with
Asset Management Software's
Asset Information Collection and Management
Asset register or inventory;
Topographic data on the assets, and quantities derived;
Descriptions of potential interventions for maintenance or renewal, and their costs;
Contextual data, such as climate and surroundings;
Asset history such as maintenance, alternations, renewals and replacements; and events such as accidents or other incidents.
Diploma or Degree holder A/E/C related course / experience in A/E/C related field or design, operations. Has attended BIM concept & theory or worked in BIM Environment
Prior, Hands-on, Experience of working as Asset Owner / Asset Manager / Asset Operator / Facility Manager
A basic understanding of the principles of BIM and some exposure to BIM usage.
Studying industry oriented projects through examples and case studies.
Bringing existing assets into BIM
Developing new assets in BIM
Operating and managing existing and/or new assets in BIM.
BIM Building Data & Collaboration
This hands-on practice based subject provides participants with the know-how and practical skills of modelling in digital design engineering using various BIM tools used in the industry. Topics covered also include the collaboration aspects of various stakeholders in the build environment disciplines: interior design, architecture, structures, mechanical, electrical and quantity surveyor
COBie Usage Understanding
Using multiple Building trade Models
Who Should Attend
Designer / Constructor – consultants and contractors responsible undertaking projects, such as for the design and/or construction of the asset/facility;