Building Lifecycle Management Fosters a BIM Level 3 Approach for End-to-End AEC Collaboration [Whitepaper]By Marty R
Industrialization techniques have been commonly used in Manufacturing industries for decades. Now the use of Industrialized Construction in AEC is expanding to help improve planning, design, construction, and assembly for increased sustainability, optimized operations, lower costs, and greater safety.
With the growing adoption of BIM, companies can further benefit by implementing a Building Lifecycle Management (BLM) system. BLM puts into practice a BIM Level 3 approach that enables a highly efficient Extended Collaboration model based on Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and Manufacturing industry best practices.
Dassault Systèmes has just published an industry paper proposing an Extended Collaboration model for AEC, based on Manufacturing industry best practices.
The concepts covered include:
- How a Design Review process helps connect architects and building product system manufacturers to reduce the number of issues that must be formally clarified by RFIs and submittals during project delivery
- How Process Simulation can reveal even minor integration errors, illustrate which processes are the most cost- and time-effective, demonstrate how prefabrication will affect a project, and generate highly accurate sequence data
- How collaborative processes and advanced technologies streamline operations and improve project outcomes, illustrated by examples and client case studies
- How to unlock BIM data, making it “transactable” across the extended project team, to achieve BIM Level 3
- The limitations of BIM Level 2 point solutions
- BLM system benefits, and features of the Dassault Systèmes 3DEXPERIENCE® platform and applications
- How to approach the implementation of a BLM system
… and more.