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if the deliverables are simple and straightforward; it is therefore helpful to break a complex process down into several smaller and simpler ones It is also useful to create a schedule for the deliverables of the BIM process; this will facilitate the procurement of the correct resources at the right time Commitments will have to be obtained from all project team members to honor the schedule and deliver on time A tool such as Commitment Manager can be helpful in implementing this discipline The transparency of the BIM process can be useful in the enforcement of a certain degree of responsibility regarding the honoring of commitments by all team members The serious effect of noncompliance on the whole project will also be a stimulus for cooperation of the whole team Case 1, Chap 5 describes this process in greater detail See Fig 234 The physical format of the deliverables needs to be defined; eg, how the output will be presented or used (ie, slideshow, movie, spreadsheet, pdf, printed document color or black and white, etc) needs to be specified exactly Choosing the Methods Developing a project BIM will consist of various processes, in which much information is generated and managed The specific procedures can be seen as the methods used to develop and process the project information These methods need to be identified and described so that the simulations can produce the desired results The purposes of the BIM and the resulting specifications will describe the methods required to accomplish the deliverables Typical questions that need to be addressed are Figure 234 Diagram showing the agreement protocol for a team See more on this in Case 1 in Chap 5 (Image courtesy of AgileWorkforce)
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as follows: What type of information will need to be attached to (embedded in) the model components How many different levels of detail will be required (for different components, or project phases) Will the information simply be available (linked to) or also need to be processed (ie, scheduling information, productivity rates, etc) Will the information need to be exported (correct file format) Is the information imported (database link) or created in the model components What information will be required by the team to perform all its tasks in a timely manner These questions are very similar to the questions that begin the specification planning process, but in this round the potential tool to accomplish these tasks has to be kept in mind This is a selection of both the process and the most likely tool to accomplish the process to the best advantage of the project The team needs to be careful not to either choose or disqualify specific tools based on team members skills (or lack thereof) at this stage; but instead should try to determine from a functional standpoint what will be the best tool for the work to be accomplished There is always an opportunity to either find the necessary talent or compromise the tools, if need be The specific tools that can accomplish the necessary tasks will also determine the required skills from the project team There is a large range in the ease of use and learning curves for the various software tools used in the BIM field It is not always realistic to accomplish all the things the software companies claim their products are able to produce with the available skills of the persons on the project team The saying A bird in the hand is better than ten in the bush is very appropriate in relation to software claims The author cannot recommend experimenting with software on any project where the schedule matters (some exceptions may apply) This refers to both new and unfamiliar software, as well as version updates for software that is already in use by a project team Careful planning of the deliverables will formulate the required processes enabled by the BIM The amount and type of information available at any given phase of the project can be a critical factor and can greatly influence the timing of the processes Most of the early processes will relate to project planning, ie, the design and development of the project and its systems The implementation of these processes is organized into three stages: The first stage is information gathering This is the information that will be developed into the BIM and reflects the creation of the conceptual and schematic level information about most aspects of the project The second stage is the iterative analysis of the BIM that will lead to the further refinement of the information in the BIM This analysis phase (and its associated processes) will generally begin just after design has commenced and sometimes continue until the project is completed Examples of analytic processes are the consideration of alternative solutions to any part of the project or its systems and an analysis of the effect of these alternatives on the overall project (eg, its cost) The third stage of implementation methods is the management of the processes that will generate the required information An example of such a process is the coordination of building systems through clash detection When clashes between system components are identified, this triggers a process of its own to address the inconsistency The project
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