June Meeting: Owner Driven BIM, and What Architects Should be Asking

When: Thursday, June 28th, 2018
6:00-6:15 p.m. (Eat & Mingle)
6:15-7:15 p.m. (Presentation)

Where:
Burns and McDonnell
9450 Ward Parkway
Kansas City, MO 64116

BMCD Building Badge:
Everyone will need to sign in at the front desk of Burns & McDonnell and get a badge (return to front desk after meeting).  BMCD folks will be on hand to direct everyone to our first floor meeting room (95N-163 – Training Room 1A).  See attached map for parking, main entrance, and meeting room locations.
KCRUG BMCD Parking Map

Topic:  Owner Driven BIM, and What Architects Should be Asking

BIM is becoming an increasingly popular owner-requested project deliverable.  As the AEC industry explores adjustments and shifts needed across design teams to make this deliverable a reality, conflicting ideas continue to arise about what ‘BIM’ really is, who models what, and how reliable data is incorporated and tracked. This class will dispel common misconceptions concerning Level of Development, introduce best practices around BIM standards, and relay critical conversations you should be having with your clients (and contractors) where BIM is the deliverable.

At the end of this class, participants will be able to:

  • Discuss upcoming shifts in the construction industry that are projected to drive changes in design model output and use
  • Define Level of Development (LOD) for Model Elements and common misnomers
  • Understand how using an LOD Specification as part of your BIM Execution Plan can Minimize Risk
  • Understand why LOD discussions with owners and contractors are crucial at Project Start… and other conversations you should be having.

 

Presenter:
Mandy Breckenridge, AIA

Food & Drinks provided by: ATG USA

Join us for our monthly Kansas City Revit/BIM user group meeting.
Spread the word to anyone who may find this of interest.

Please RSVP at kcmokanrug@gmail.com.

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