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Tim Kelleher

CO5249: Building Information Modeling on a Smaller Scale

(Duration 51:34)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Understand key factors that make BIM feasible on smaller projects
  • Be able to find ways to integrate BIM into the project team
  • Learn how to create and use model templates and standards specifically for small projects
  • Learn tips and tricks designed specifically for smaller projects

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

When looking at case studies and success stories that demonstrate how construction projects have implemented Building Information Modeling (BIM), the project values are at least $30 million, and they usually run into the hundreds of millions of dollars. This does not address the numerous projects that are much smaller and still require detailed coordination efforts. This class will look at using BIM and virtual design and construction (VDC) on smaller projects, as well as explore the tips and tricks that our firm has learned using BIM on smaller projects, including projects valued at less than $10 million.

Target Audience

Target Audience

General Contractors and Design Professionals working with BIM in smaller project environments

Speakers

Speakers

Tim Kelleher

Shale Robison will be working on this with me. At this time I do not have his complete information. I can update it at a later date.

Tags

Published

  • 2014
  • CO5249
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Navisworks, Revit for MEP Engineers

Industries

  • Architecture
  • Construction and Utilities

Topics

  • Construction