BIM Implementation Course

Trainer Esam Azzam
Place Omniplan
Fee 300 JOD
Av. Seats 10
Schedule 15/04/2021 31/05/2021 Sat, Mon, Wed 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
duration 36 Hrs

Course Information


A series of modules that introduce information management to asset owners, designers, construction professionals and asset managers. Designed to develop an understanding of the principles and potential of Building Information Management (BIM) and to introduce some of the application of those principles. Built on the foundation of the work done in the International Strategy and the standards and processes that support that strategy and its potential for the digital engineering future. The course is certified by CPD UK and Bentley Institute. This course is technology independent in nature meaning that it will be targeted on covering on basics of BIM rather than solutions or tools offered by any software company including Bentley Systems



An introduction to BIM – The contextual need, information and digital engineering, multi-source federated information, and the data driven revolution.

International BIM Strategies.

Asset Information Life Cycle – Seeing BIM in the whole asset life cycle context, expanding the value of information at each stage

BIM execution plan
BIM assessments
Master delivery plans
BIM stages
Project information plan
Asset information Plan

BIM Users & BIM Uses – an expansion of the use of BIM looking at gathering, generating, data analysis, communication, production and operation.

Requirements driven delivery – information requirements at each life cycle stage, data and information standards.

Data Exchange – fulfilling information requirements.

Collaborative working – Introduction to the BS 1192/ISO 19650 suite of standards, the need for a Common Data Environment and Delivery Process.

Collaborative working – the people perspective.


All Engineers That Meet the following:

Good Knowledge with BIM tools (Modelling Software)

Minimum Experience Five years

Note: this course is not useful for students or fresh graduate


      • Current Industry Trends
      • BIM overload b. Industry Issues
      • Industry fragmentation ii. Hierarchy & Communication iii. The silo issues iv. Poor information continuity v. Paper problem
      • BIM in Perspective
      • What is BIM?
        • From Paper representation to Data Rich Asset.
        • Definition of BIM c. From Documents to Intelligence
        • Data Liberation
      • BIM disruption
      • Building Information Management
        • a. Information Modelling or Management?
        • b. BIM Impacts on delivery
        • c. 3D is just the beginning- Virtual Build of Asset
        • d. Information Rich Objects e. Progressive Information
      • Infrastructure BIM Models
        • a. Infrastructure Characteristics
        • b. Infrastructure is Messy
        • c. Multi layered with Discontinuities
      • Federating Models & Information

    • History
    • UK Government Construction Strategy
      • Government Mandate- Key success factor
      • The Hypothesis
      • BIM Maturity Model Level 2
      • What is the Strategy? e. Major BIM UK Level 2 Products
      • UK BIM Level 2 Essential Components
      • Cross Industry BIM Alliance
    • 3. EUBIM Taskgroup
      • Rapidly evolving national digital programs
      • Risks of not collaborating
      • Vision
    • Establish s common framework
    • European BIM handbook
    • Netherlands BIR
      • Netherlands BIR guidance leaflets
      • Netherlands BIM Loket
    • 7. Finish Transport Authority


    • Information Life cycle
      • Asset Information Life Cycle
      • Outcomes Matter
    • 2. BIG BIM
      • Little Lonely BIM
      • Big Life Cycle BIM
    • 3. Joining up the Life Cycle
      • Life Cycle Information Flow
      • The BInformationM Spine.
      • The Asset’s Conception
      • BIM is an Information Requirement Led Process
      • Focus on Decisions Not Actions
    • Decision Led Process
      • The High-Level Decision Process
      • Maturing Information
      • Questions give Information Requirements
      • Progressive Information Delivery through Life Cycle Stages
      • Mapping the Delivery Process to Detail Stages
      • Systematic Delivery of Information
      • Defining the Delivery Process
      • Idealized Process
      • Capital Project BIM Delivery Process
      • BIM Delivery Process Capital and Operational
      • Employer’s Information Requirements
      • Examples.


    • Module 4: BIM USERS AND USES
      • BIM Users and uses
        • i. Asset Information Interaction
        • ii. Right Information to Right User
      • BIM Users
        • i. BIM Players through life cycle
      • c. BIM Uses
        • Gather
        • Generate
        • Analyze
        • Communicate
        • Produce
        • Manage

    • Digital Plan of Work
      • Background
        • The lifecycle of A Digital Construction Project
        • Framework for delivery
        • Infrastructure Procurement Methods
    • Decisions Driven by Plain Language Questions (PLQs)
      • Avoiding Information Silos
      • Developing the Why
      • Maturing Information – Answering Questions, Reducing Unknowns & Risk
        • Hierarchy of developing the PLQs and IRs
        • Definition of work done during each phase
    • Information Requirement
      • Systems Approach Information Delivery
      • Information Requirements – Contents
      • Information to support delivery and operation
      • Traditional Delivery
      • Asset DNA and Project Information Maturity
      • Information exchange requirements
        • Taking each of these in turn and examining them in more detail:
        • Client information exchange requirements
        • Assurance Data
        • Supply Chain Data Production Requirements
      • Object types – Breakdown Structure and the level of Detail
        • Object type libraries
        • Classification & Data Dictionaries
        • Typical Object Types
        • Typical Asset Data Structure
        • Level of Detail and Level of Information (LoX)
    • Information Requirements – Content
      • a. Information Requirements Content – Why
      • b. Information Requirements Content – What
      • c. Information Requirements Content – Who
      • d. Information Requirements Content – How
        • i. Technical – Systems Methods & Protocols
        • ii. Methods & Protocols – Managerial
        • iii. Methods & Protocols – Commercial
    • DPoW Task Streams
      • Aligning Information Requirements to Overall Tasks
      • Activity Led Information
      • Tasks to Supply Chain Domains for Information Delivery
    • Module 6: DATA EXCHANGE
      • Data Exchange
        • Purpose of Data Exchange
        • Information Delivery Package
        • Multiple Data Exchange
      • BIM Level 2 Information
        • a. Data format issue
        • b. Project Standards
        • c. Open Data Exchange and Emerging Open Standards
          • buildingSMART Industry Foundation Class (IFC)
          • Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)
          • Open Infrastructure:
          • Other things
      • 3. BIM Level 2 File Based Information and Exchange Packaging
        • Structured Data: in COBie spreadsheet format.
        • 3D Visualisations: in IFC or 3D pdf format.
        • Documents & Drawings: in pdf or dwg format (extracted from the models).
        • Native (Discipline) 3D Models: in native model authoring format
        • Native analysis files: as appropriate or again in 3D pdf
      • Data Packaging
        • Packaging Information – A data transport tool
        • Package Payload
        • Package Examples
          • UK COBie (Construction Operation Building Information Exchange)
          • Netherlands COINS (Construction Objects and the Integration of processes and Systems)
        • COBie
          • Introduction
          • Problems with COBie: Infrastructure Issues
        • COBie Structure
          • Emerging Digital Content Library and Information Requirements
      • 5. Examples
        • CAMC Defence Mapping (Creating Asset Management Capacity)
        • CAMC Fish Pass Mapping

    • Introducing the CDE
      • a. Digital Delivery through Stages
      • b. Management of Data Exchanges through the Supply Chain
      • c. What is Common Data Environment?
      • d. Coordination “in Process” vs “Post Process”
      • e. Data & control
    • 2. CDE Collaboration
      • a. Requirement
      • b. CDE Information Flow
      • c. CDE & BS1192: 2007
      • d. CDE Workflow states
        • i. Coordination
        • ii. CDE workflow
      • e. CDE Process and Metadata rules
        • i. Model segregation Volumes
        • Spatial Coordination
        • iii. Access Control –the “Who” element
        • iv. File Naming
        • v. Status Codes and its structure
        • vi. File Revision Codes
    • The Delivery Process
      • a. Idealised Delivery Process
      • b. Capital Delivery Process
      • c. Information Delivery – Assessment and need
      • d. Information Delivery – Procurement
      • e. Information Delivery – Contract Award
      • f. Information Delivery – Mobilization
      • g. Information Delivery – Production
      • h. Technology for Information Delivery
    • BIM Implementation
      • a. Roles and responsibilities
      • b. Implementing BIM in a Project
        • i. Before and With BIM
    • Data Security
      • Holistic Approach towards security
      • Security Strategy
    • Technology Issues

    • Collaboration & People
      • Context
      • Definition and Benefits
        • Definition of collaborative working
        • Benefits of collaborative working
        • Value Engineering
    • People
    • Resistance
    • BIM Bear Bust


    • 1. Procurement of BIM
      • a. Prerequisites to the procurement of BIM
    • 2. The UK Level 2 Procurement Process – Key Elements
      • Pre-qualification
      • Contract Protocol
        • i. Key Features of the Protocol
      • Contractual hierarchy in UK BIM implementation
      • Information Requirements
      • EIRs Content
      • Information Manager Role
      • Plan of Work
      • Collaborative Working
      • Insurance Guide
    • 3. BIM Strategy
        • Gap Analysis
    • 4. BIM Competences
      • Organizations
      • Technologies
      • Procurement
      • Project Management



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