BIM The methodology complete course

Step-by-step guide to mastering the BIM methodology
BIM The methodology complete course
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7h 43m



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BIM The methodology complete course

What you’ll learn

Use BIM programs for the management of construction projects
Implement the BIM methodology in projects and organizations
Create realistic models that represent constructive conditions
Produce 4D simulations of construction process
Create conceptual proposals for initial stages of the project
Create metric computations from conceptual proposals
Create detailed metric computations from BIM models
Use Revit for facility management and preventive maintenance control
Connect Revit with external databases

BIM The methodology complete course


Basic Revit knowledge
A computer with Revit and Naviswork


In this advanced course I show you step by step how to implement the BIM methodology in projects and organizations. Including practice modules where you will work on real projects using Autodesk programs to create truly useful models, perform 4D simulations, create conceptual design proposals, produce exact metric computations for cost estimates, and use Revit with external databases for Management. of Facilities.This course is the equivalent of several Masters of BIM Project Management, whose cost is around USD3000 to USD5000, but, instead of investing such amount, you can get the same knowledge for a fraction of the cost. With my other Revit and Robot courses you will have a complete view of BIM. Remember that BIM is not a program, it is a working method based on new technologies. Nobody tells you that and therefore you might think that to know BIM you only need to know how to model in Revit. But this is false, and that’s why many do not get the expected results despite spending thousands of dollars on training and software.With this course you will learn to use BIM throughout the life cycle of the project, at the same time that you will be able to work in practical and guided exercises on the programs.#AulaGEOThe AulaGeo team worked hard on this course. It was developed in Spanish by Enzo, voiced by Gabriella for English speaking students.


Section 1: Course introduction

Lecture 1 Introductory class

Section 2: Introduction to Building Information Modeling (BIM)

Lecture 2 BIM evolution

Lecture 3 Parametric elements

Lecture 4 What is BIM

Lecture 5 Avoiding misunderstandings

Section 3: BIM project execution plan

Lecture 6 BIM execution plan

Lecture 7 Identifying BIM Goals and Uses

Lecture 8 Designing the BIM Execution Process

Lecture 9 Developing information exchange

Lecture 10 Define the support infrastructure

Lecture 11 Implementing the BIM planning process

Section 4: Data exchanges and interoperability

Lecture 12 COBie

Lecture 13 LOD – Level of Detail and Level of Development

Lecture 14 Classification systems

Lecture 15 Model Checker

Lecture 16 Model Verifier Configuration

Lecture 17 COBie Extension

Lecture 18 Classification Manager

Lecture 19 Shared Data Environment

Lecture 20 Worksets

Lecture 21 Links

Lecture 22 Estructura de carpetas en proyectos

Lecture 23 Conflict management

Section 5: Project delivery methods

Lecture 24 Project delivery methods

Lecture 25 BIM contracts

Section 6: Practical module 01 – Useful models to build

Lecture 26 Introduction to the practical section

Lecture 27 Buildable Models – Steel

Lecture 28 Buildable Models – Concrete

Lecture 29 Buildable Models – Wood

Lecture 30 Sub-divide items according to tasks

Lecture 31 Revit extensions for structural models

Lecture 32 Layout options

Lecture 33 Exercise 01 – Creating Constructable Models

Lecture 34 Using parts to improve accuracy

Lecture 35 Exercise 02 – Using parts to improve model accuracy

Lecture 36 Exercise 03 – Using Views to improve communication

Section 7: 7: Practical module 02 – 4D simulation and construction planning

Lecture 37 Introduction to module 02

Lecture 38 Using the timeline in Naviswork

Lecture 39 Using parts to improve the accuracy of the simulation

Lecture 40 Exercise 01 – 4D simulations and construction planning

Lecture 41 Decomposed Work Structure

Lecture 42 Segmenting elements according to their location in the model

Lecture 43 Exercise 02 – Segmenting elements by location

Lecture 44 Using 4D simulation to manage procures

Lecture 45 Exercise 03 – Procurements management

Section 8: Practical module 03 – Estimation of costs and quantities

Lecture 46 Design alternatives with conceptual masses

Lecture 47 Adding parameters to the conceptual masses

Lecture 48 Using floors to quantify masses

Lecture 49 Compute floor areas in masses

Lecture 50 Use formulas to estimate construction costs

Lecture 51 Exercise 01 – Creating and comparing conceptual estimates

Lecture 52 Converting mass surfaces to building elements

Lecture 53 Creating tables to control costs

Lecture 54 Creating material tables

Lecture 55 Using parts to improve the accuracy of materials

Lecture 56 Using conditional formats

Lecture 57 Using preliminary costs to guide the design

Lecture 58 Exercise 02 – Reusing preliminary costs during design

Lecture 59 Setting up a model for exact metric computations

Lecture 60 Exploring the catalogs

Lecture 61 Extracting project quantities

Lecture 62 Adding resources to quantity objects

Lecture 63 Virtual quantity computations

Lecture 64 Analysis of changes in computation of materials

Lecture 65 Exporting metric computation reports

Lecture 66 Constructive and destructive metric computation methods

Lecture 67 Exercise 03 – Creating detailed metric computations

Section 9: Practical module 04 – Facilities management

Lecture 68 Identifying parameters for use of spaces

Lecture 69 Creating and assigning new parameters to the model

Lecture 70 Creating tables to report and enter parameter values

Lecture 71 Building formulas to follow and report Management metrics

Lecture 72 Displaying GI information in plant views using labels

Lecture 73 Exercise 01 – Adding installation management information

Lecture 74 Creating new parameters and views to follow the history

Lecture 75 Using tables to plan replacements and preventive maintenance

Lecture 76 Using conditional formats to highlight elements in tables

Lecture 77 Exercise 02 – Using BIM models to track and plan maintenance

Lecture 78 Compiling and updating maintenance data

Lecture 79 Exporting BIM model data to external databases

Lecture 80 Importing and merging external data into the BIM model

Lecture 81 Exercise 03 – Integrating BIM models into monitoring systems

Section 10: conclusion

Lecture 82 Farewell

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