BIM (Building Information Modelling) Level 2 has been mandated for use on all UK government funded projects from April 2016 and will affect almost everyone working within the built environment, from those working in the AEC (Architecture, Engineering, Construction) industry to commissioning clients, owners and facilities managers. Despite this however, many misconceptions remain about what Level 2 BIM is and how it should be implemented.
If you are looking to understand what is involved with BIM and why this is a big player in the UK and international built environment markets, the BRE Academy offers various training and support on BIM, with this webinar being an excellent first point of learning.
This introductory webinar will give you a core understanding of what BIM is, its maturity levels in the UK, and how it will apply to you. As with many technical subjects such as this, it is important to understand the terminology and language used in communication, and this live online seminar aims to give you an understanding of the key terms and acronyms used throughout the industry in relation to BIM.
Delivered by one of the leading BIM specialists at the BRE – Dan Rossiter.
Following this webinar, you will be able to:
- Define building information modelling (BIM);
- Recognise key BIM acronyms;
- Explain the UK BIM maturity levels;
- Explain the industry adopted BIM model dimensions (4D, 5D, 6D)
All members of the AEC Industry from Clients, Architects, Designers, Engineers, Constructors, Project Managers and Cost consultants and particularly those required to deliver BIM Level 2 projects.