This is a design guide for architects, engineers, and contractors concerning the principles and specific applications of building information modeling (BIM). BIM has the potential to revolutionize the building industry, and yet not all architects and construction professionals fully understand what the benefits of BIM are or even the fundamental concepts behind it. As part of the PocketArchitecture Series it includes two parts: fundamentals and applications, which provide a comprehensive overview of all the necessary and essential issues. It also includes case studies from a range of project sizes that illustrate the key concepts clearly and use a wide range of visual aids. Building Information Modeling addresses the key role that BIM is playing in shaping the software tools and office processes in the architecture, engineering, and construction professions. Primarily aimed at professionals, it is also useful for faculty who wish to incorporate this information into their courses on digital design, BIM, and professional practice. As a compact summary of key ideas it is ideal for anyone implementing BIM.3.14 3D model and associated IFC description (courtesy of Nemetschek Vectorworks, Inc., thanks to Jeffrey W. Ouellette). ... can provide the make, model, serial numbers, warranty information, and operating manuals for installed equipment.
|Title||:||Building Information Modeling|
|Author||:||Karen M. Kensek|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-04-16|