Education & Capability Development
This 9-hour course is delivered live in a virtual classroom in three separate 3-hour sessions, and offered by the US Chapter and Hong Kong Chapter of buildingSMART.
Successful candidates will receive a recognition from buildingSMART US or Hong Kong Chapter, depending on the chapter they enroll with.
This course help project teams keep pace with the rapid evolution of BIM-related tools that presents challenges for even the most seasoned practitioners who want to ensure they are current with the applications best suited to promote success for their project objectives.
Optimal openBIM® workflow for construction companies
Introductory reviews / Optimal openBIM® workflow / BIM Harmonization & Normalization / Demonstrations
Workflow automation / BIM coordination / Version comparison / Demonstrations
COBie and advanced use of openBIM
COBie Overview & Data Generation / openGIS + IDS / Demonstrations
Describe model uses and cite applications that can meet these needs
Identify model uses appropriate to the objectives of each project, department, organization
Identify standards governing model content applicable for each intended model use
Define a process for tool selection
Describe openBIM applications on real-world projects, benefits and risks, compatibility with "closedBIM"
Apply tools directly to projects
Develop skill sets supporting identified model uses
COBie (plug-in for Revit)
SBI [openGIS + IDS]
Solibri Model Checker*
*Attendees have the option to follow the instructions hands-on with these applications.
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Part of the buildingSMART International Professional Certification (PCERT) Program, this course benefits anyone connected with BIM-empowered projects.
This course covers essential knowledge and skills for every project manager, supply chain or client representative, using openBIM® to design, deliver, and operate projects. This prepares project teams to develop Organization Information Requirements (OIR), specify requirements in Requests for Proposals (RFP), manage and execute projects, leverage new technologies, and processes, gaining value from the new objectives they support.
In collaboration with Stanford Center for Professional Development (SCPD), this course benefits anyone seeking to optimize collaboration, quality, and schedule for BIM-empowered projects.
Courses and workshops tailored to meet your interests and needs.