Building Information Modelling

  • Est Time: 2 hrs
  • Modules: 4
  • Progress: Not started

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As an architect, builder, contractor or client – there is nothing more frustrating than planning the installation of multiple layers or products only to find on site that they clash…but how is BIM relevant? With technology continuously growing, and the demand for a detailed understanding of the construction process prior, during and post construction, Building Information Modelling (BIM) is becoming an ever expanding and increasingly important topic. It is changing the way the construction industry works, saving both time and money for all those involved making construction projects more seamless.
This course hopes to provide you with an introduction to what BIM is, an understanding of why it matters and an insight into its future.

Course Modules

  • 1
    What is BIM?
    Est Time: 30 mins
    Progress: Not started
  • 2
    Objects, layers and assemblies in BIM
    Est Time: 30 mins
    Progress: Not started
  • 3
    Who benefits from BIM?
    Est Time: 30 mins
    Progress: Not started
  • 4
    Why BIM matters?
    Est Time: 30 mins
    Progress: Not started

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