Program overview | Projects
National Guidelines and Case Studies [Fussell, QDPW] 2007-002-EP
Project participants and team members
|Bovis Lend Lease||Simon Hardy, Ross Daddo|
|Brisbane City Council||Dean Morse, Phillip Lord, Joyce Law|
|Building Commission||Paul Crapper|
|Mirvac||Sven Ollmann, Garry McCann, Shane McAtee|
|Qld Dept of Main Roads||John Spathonis, Don Hicks|
|Qld Dept of Public Works||Tom Fussell - Project Leader|
|Queensland University of Technology||Robin Drogemuller, David Neilson, Steph Garr, Scott Beazley - Project Manager|
Guillermo Aranda-Mena, John Crawford, Agustin Chevez, Bilal Succar, Ron Wakefield
|Sydney Opera House||Chris Linning|
|Woods Bagot||David Marchant|
Project goals include:
Brochure: National BIM guidelines and case studies
- developing dynamic National Guidelines based on experience and practical examples that promote consistency in the implementation of digital models for building and infrastructure projects. The National Guidelines will support stakeholders in achieving interoperability throughout the lifecycle of the facility and will be based on internationally accepted standards.
- highlighting open and consistent processes allowing any practitioner to work with any other practitioner in developing shared “virtual buildings and infrastructure” projects.
- undertaking at least six case studies where integrated, digital models have been developed and use lessons to be gained from those case studies to assist in the development of the National Guidelines. One of the case-studies will focus specifically on developing a digital model for an existing facility.
- collaborating with the national and international groups (IAI, Fiatech, CIS) and provide feedback to software vendors on the success and limitations of the available software with the intention of improving the functionality and interoperability available.
- testing selected softwares compatibility with the National Guidelines and inform industry and software vendors regarding their respective softwares' compatibility and availability in Australia.
- informing the technical requirements brief being developed in Project 2007-003-EP – Collaboration Platform [Taylor, Nexus Point] regarding standard of data required in a shared model environment.
- collaborating with the RAIA Integrated Practice taskforce that will investigate the nature of economic, process and industry constraints to the adoption of integrated digital models. Specifically this will include IP, risk exposure, ownership and security. Outputs of the RAIA Integrated Practice taskforce will be included in the National Guidelines where appropriate.