Building Information Modelling, BIM, is the process of programming, creating, building and managing data right from the start of a (collaborative) project, using technologies based on digital 3D modelling linked to a database that covers the entire life cycle of a building or infrastructure.

BIM integrates physical, environmental, commercial and functional data and each of its components, parts and systems.

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1D. COLLABORATIVE PROJECT. LAWS, CONTRACTS. Mandatory use of BIM in public works, as in Catalonia, Spain, Europe and the world. Changes in recruitment models- IPD, Alliance – and new requirements.

2D. WORK FLOWS AND THE BIP-BIM IMPLEMENT PLAN. Procedures and organisational changes involving BIM in different areas of work. Obtaining of data for a BIM model, and through a BIM model. .Ifc format and federated formats etc. Implementation options to determine the best decision in terms of economic, working and function parameters.

3D. THE 3D MODEL AND THE “I” OF INFORMATION. Strategies for implementing BIM in a professional environment. Existing software, linked platforms, services, support hardware. Determination of permits, approvals, acceptances, certifications on new map of workflows to manage a project.

4D. PLANNING AND CHECKING CONFLICTS WHICH DELAY CONSTRUCTION. Introduction of the dimension of time in the planning of a construction project. Specific software for temporal planning, constructability and help for the detection of interferences and inconsistencies.

5D. MEASUREMENTS, BUDGETS. Up-to-date methods for obtaining realistic budgets for a construction project. Interoperation between existing budget software and the BIM model.

6D. ENERGY, EFFICIENCY, SUSTAINABILITY, SAFETY AND HEALTH. Link a BIM model with the integration of environmental parameters. Link a BIM model with the implementation of its health and safety plan.

7D. INFRASTRUCTURE AND REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT, FACILITY AND ASSET MANAGEMENT. The real beneficiary of a BIM model and its use in management throughout the completion of the infrastructure or construction.

8D. REAL AS BUILT, LOD LEVELS OF DETAIL. Workflows to achieve real as built of the construction. Information requirements, levels of detail and scale of work to achieve it. Innovative tools for 3D modelling: laser scans, drones and augmented reality.

9D. LEAN CONSTRUCTION. Work methodology used for the effective completion of the BIM process as part of the production structure in the construction sector, and the use of it digitalisation.

10D. INDUSTRIALISED CONSTRUCTION. Current obstacles facing the productivity of the construction sector. The use of the Lean philosophy in a BIM environment seeks to improve the productivity of every phase of the construction life cycle: design, implementation and management of the infrastructure or equipment. Why industrialised construction is the objective.