CME, a faculty of Portobello Institute introduce a 3 day programme on Building Information Modeling (BIM).  The 3 concise workshops are geared towards introducing design, construction, building product manufacturing, facilities management, and client stakeholders to the BIM management process.  Information can be seen as a global currency and it is the 'I' in BIM that adds the value to projects.  Managing the flow of information within organisations or projects is critical to improving team performance, which is facilitated through the development of frameworks for creating, sharing, retaining and repurposing valuable information over the life cycle of projects.  A significant challenge for BIM managers is maintaining a long term prospective for information management in the face of short term constraints that are present in every organisation and project.  Effective BIM management requires the vision to see and ability to follow the path that leads to better business process.

Award Winners!

The Centre for the Modern Environment and their team was recently successful in winning second place in the recent CITA BIM Collaboration Challenge.  The challenge involved connecting BIM to Property Asset Management and Facilities Management Systems to help record  and maintain building information data for the property.  The team created a live,  di-directional (direct interface) web based link between BIM and Property and Facilities Management Systems as a platform to collect and manage building information. 

Building Information Modelling is changing how buildings, infrastructure, and utilities are planned, designed, built, and managed.  A series of six concise Building Information Modelling workshops introducing design, construction, building product manufacturing, facilities management and client stakeholders to the BIM management process.  BIM gets the right information to the right people at the right time, helping firms innovate and compete. Information can be seen as a global currency and it is the 'I' in BIM that adds the value to projects. Managing the flow of information within organisations or projects is critical to improving team performance, which is facilitated through the development of frameworks for creating, sharing, retaining and re-purposing valuable information over the life cycle of projects.

Qualification Gained

CPD Accredited

Entry Requirement

The course is aimed at those involved with BIM

Course Structure

This course is run over 3 days (Friday evening 2 - 6pm & 2 Saturdays 10 - 5pm)

Course Content Modules

  1. The principles of Building Information Modelling (BIM)
  2. Understanding Implementation of Building Information Modelling for Facilities Management
  3. The value of Building Information Modelling to Facilities Management

Assessment

This programme is assessed by written assessment which must be submitted by participants end of May 2017.  Assessment tasks that are practical work-based reflecting live business projects and activities are the core assessment techniques used for this qualification.

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