Lean Construction Ireland Webinar, 22nd July 2020 at 3.00pm.
Title: “A Lean Approach for the adoption of the BIM methodology in an organization”
By: Victor Roig Segura from BIMETRIC
When: 3.00pm, 22nd July 2020.
BIM (Building Information Modelling) is a methodology that allows the generation and management of all the information related to a built asset, both buildings and civil works, during its life cycle. The methodology is based on structured databases related to three-dimensional objects, working in a technological environment that facilitates collaboration between all agents involved in the development of built assets.
The different organizations, both public and private, on the one hand, are aware of the benefits that the adoption of this methodology can bring to them in the provision of their services, and on the other hand, they see the proliferation of published mandates by the governments of the different areas, both national and territorial, through which the application of the methodology in the development of new projects and constructions in their management areas is mandatory.
Achieving positive results through the adoption of BIM means that organizations will have to make the transition from document-based processes to a new scenario in which decisions regarding the management and operation of their assets are made on the basis of a global vision of the useful life of each of them, and are supported by integrated databases with true, accurate and reliable information.
To meet these challenges, organizations must define a BIM Action Plan that sets out the objectives and timeframe for the actions to be developed to achieve the implementation of the methodology in their respective strategic areas.
In the session “Lean Approach for the adoption of the BIM methodology in an organization” a working method is presented that facilitates the definition of a BIM action plan, customized for each organization, based on the principles of Lean Building, and structured in 4 stages and 8 workshops.