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Synonyms: bim

A digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility. As such it serves as a shared knowledge resource for information about a facility forming a reliable basis for decisions during its life cycle from inception onward.

Broader terms:
knowledge, information and data

Narrower terms:
bim level 02D CAD drafting utilised – no collaboration., bim protocol, built asset security information requirementsFollowing on from the BASMP, the Built Asset Security Information Requirements shall be defined which identifies what specific information is needed to be produced and managed in order to meet the holistic approach defined within the BASMP. Details on the requirements on how information for a ..., asset information requirementsThis defines all of the data/information that is needed to manage the in-use phase of an asset’s lifecycle. It is equivalent to the EIR which defines the information needed for the design and contraction phase of the lifecycle., employers information requirementsThis is the document which determines what the client (the ‘Employer’) wants from the project, as delivered by the project team. It identifies what the client would expect to be delivered during both the delivery and handover phases including responsibility, timescales, format and level of ..., level of informationThis describes the amount of non-graphical information a model contains., security breach / incident management planThe Security Breach / Incident Management Plan forms part of the BASMP and should provide detail on how and the impact of failure and / or disruption is minimised ensuring business continuity is maintained and the security is upheld., built asset security strategyThe Built Asset Security Strategy should be developed for the lifecycle of a given built asset and should determine the relevant security requirements and associated risks as well as the strategy to mitigate these risks through a Built Asset Risk Management Plan. This should inform any OIRs ..., plain language questionsQuestions asked of the supply chain by the employer to inform decision-making at key stages of an asset lifecycle or project., organization information requirementsThis defines what data/information is required to achieve an organization’s strategic objectives. The OIR may be developed from an ISO 55001, Asset management system., level of detailThe Level of Detail defines the amount of graphical information a model contains., standard methods and proceduresThis defines the rules of how the information within the CDE is managed, for example, naming conventions and status codes adopted in the project., built asset security management planFollowing on from the BASS, the Built Asset Security Management Plan should be developed which identifies how a holistic approach is to be implemented in practice against the specific security risks, or combinations of risks, identified within the BASS., master information delivery planDeveloped from the BIM Execution plan, this forms part of the (post-contract) BEP and is the primary plan for when information is going to be prepared, by whom and when. It also sets out the format and the timescales. This is developed from the BIM Execution Plan. Each information deliverable ..., task information delivery planTask Information Delivery Plans are produced for/by each supply chain member from their viewpoint. They are collated into the Master Information Delivery Plan and are based on the deliverables as agreed within their contract., bim level 2All parties use their own 3D CAD models, not necessarily working on a single, shared model – Collaboration is used. Data is exchanged between parties and design information is shared in a single file format – Federated BIM model is created. Each party can combine data with their own in order ..., project information modelThis is the term for the information (graphical, non-graphical, documentation) which is developed during the design/construction phase of the project. Information that forms the PIM is created by the project team and sits within the CDE. As the project develops so too will the PIM, which will ..., construction operation building information exchangeA spreadsheet data format that contains digital information about an maintainable assets in as complete and as useful a form as possible. This spreadsheet has a has a pre-defined structure that is used to both store and index information transferred within the CDE. A COBie file contains only ..., bim level 3Full collaboration between all disciplines by means of using a single, shared project model which is held in a centralized repository., bim execution planBroken up into pre and post-contract outputs, this document defines how the project will be carried out relates directly to the EIR. It includes, amongst other things, who is responsible for providing information, what the processes will be, and provides common terminology to be adopted as ..., bim level 1Mixture of 3D concept work and 2D for drafting of statutory approval documentation – Electronic sharing of data using a common data environment (CDE) – No collaboration between parties but data is shared., project implementation planThis forms part of the BEP and is a series of documents used to prove the supply chain’s overall capability to deliver the project, as defined by the EIR. This includes a supply chain member’s current BIM knowledge and experience as well as the capability of both their IT and human ...

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