Establishing BIM Goal and Objectives on a Project to the Owners’ Benefit

10 July 2018 / By John Manning
BIM

BIM is one of the latest tools that is revolutionizing the construction industry. As with any new tool, there are learning curves and the best recommendation is to find an expert in the industry to assist you. As the Owner’s Representative, it is important for you to understand how to properly implement BIM on a project. There are BIM experts out in the market. You can find guidelines on implementing BIM on a project on the internet. One of the most widely recognized is BIM Planning Guide for Facility Owners, A Building SMART Alliance Project Version 2.0 – June 2013 by Penn State. This guide presents many details of what will be required in implementing BIM on a project.

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About The Author

John Manning

John Manning is the Principal and CEO of KMI International with more than 30 years of global experience in project management of the design and construction processes on resort hotels, parking structures, infrastructure, area development and mixed use. He is a CCM (Certified Construction Manager), PE (Professional Engineer) and a LEED Accredited Professional while serving on the national board of CMAA. He has worked as a project manager for large Owners and Construction Management Firms on projects ranging up to $3 Billion. Mr. Manning also testifies as a forensic expert in state and federal courts.

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