From the competition phase, the client expressed the desire to process the project in BIM in order to facilitate the studies, construction and maintenance of the future building.
Presentation of the project and feedback through its BIM model.
In summary :
> PROJECT PRESENTATION
> BIM ISSUES
> PRESENTATION OF THE STUDY MODEL
> PRESENTATION OF THE EXECUTION MODEL
Guest: Nicolas Valette, Architect, BIM manager & Archicad trainer
Questions answers :
1. Can you confirm that IFC4 is configurable, unlike IFC 3/2?
I don't quite understand the question. If we are referring to the Chai, the exchanges were made in IFC 2x3.
In general, this is a point that must be explained to project owners, MacLeamy curve in support.
3. Did you use items from manufacturers?
See question 5.
4. Did the design model serve as a support for the rest of the project?
It is the same synthetic model which was used for the different phases, from the sketch to the exploitation. It was detailed as it progressed and was enriched by updates from the various stakeholders (update of the models of the different batches, additions of data according to the phases, etc.). The final model is much more complete than the starting model, but there was no break or re-entry in the chain of the evolution of the project.
The BIM charter imposed a level of detail, but did not necessarily impose the use of manufacturer objects. Certain elements, of an aesthetic nature in particular, were installed in the model from objects from manufacturers (lighting, etc.) or technical elements (heat pump, etc.). But overall, it is elements from the generic libraries of the various software that have been used and filled in with the appropriate descriptive information.
The Client accompanied by his BIM AMO.
7. Was the BIM Manager an AMO?
8. Does RDA have one or more projects in progress on this same collaborative principle?
RDA develops all its projects in BIM. The notion of collaboration is offered as much as possible to all stakeholders whose level in BIM continues to grow.