N_BIM Management životního cyklu stavby

Institute of Technology and Business in České Budějovice
winter 2018
Extent and Intensity
0/2/0. 2 credit(s). Type of Completion: z (credit).
Teacher(s)
Ing. Vladimír Nývlt, MBA, Ph.D. (seminar tutor)
Ing. Kristýna Prušková (seminar tutor)
Guaranteed by
Ing. Vladimír Nývlt, MBA, Ph.D.
Department of Civil Engineering - Faculty of Technology - Rector - Institute of Technology and Business in České Budějovice
Supplier department: Department of Civil Engineering - Faculty of Technology - Rector - Institute of Technology and Business in České Budějovice
Timetable of Seminar Groups
N_BIM/P01: Sat 24. 11. 16:30–18:00 A2, 18:10–19:40 A2, Sun 16. 12. 13:05–14:35 B3, 14:50–16:20 B3, 16:30–18:00 B3, V. Nývlt, K. Prušková
Prerequisites
FORMA ( K )
At least basic knowledge of 3D modeling, eg. systems: ArchiCAD, Revit or Allplan
Course Enrolment Limitations
The course is offered to students of any study field.
Course objectives supported by learning outcomes
Learning outcomes of the course unit The aim of the subject is to teach the students to understand the importance of management of "building" knowledge "(perhaps better knowledge of investment, construction and operational processes of construction). Students will be able to work with the data model of the building, created in the classical way of 3D modeling, so that the model is able to support other subsequent building processes on the basis of information management - coordination of the building project to the building permit design phase, support of the quality selection of the supplier, controlling the construction work, staging it and minimizing collisions, managing the logistics of building elements for the construction (selection of subcontractors, delivering the right quality, quantity and time), managing the information necessary for handover to the investor after approval. Students will also learn to understand the level of detail and necessary information on building elements throughout the process - LOD Level of Development - and its standardization for the needs of the designer, investor, contractor and facility manager. He / she will also understand and practice communication (eg SW 4projects) throughout the BIM team, ie from investor to contractor and ways of working the BIM manager who methodically coordinates and supervises the team. A short introduction to the students will take place over the IFC data format in the version available for the given year of teaching.
Learning outcomes
The student understands the importance of managing "building" knowledge. It is able to work with the data model of the building, created in the classic way of 3D modeling, so that the model is able to support on the basis of information management other subsequent building processes - coordination of the building project to the building permit design phase, support of the quality selection of the supplier, its phase-in and minimization of collisions, the management of logistics of building elements for construction (selection of subcontractors, delivery of the right quality, quantity and time), management of the information necessary for handover to the investor after approval. The student understands the degree of detail and the necessary information on the building components throughout the process - LOD Level of Development - and its standardization for the needs of the designer, investor, supplier and facility manager. The student understands and has practiced ways of communicating across the BIM team. Further, the student is briefly familiar with the IFC data format in the version available for the given year of teaching
Syllabus
  • 1. Introduction to BIM in terms of Management 2. Building Life Cycle 3. BIM (Modeling) 4. BIM - Structures specifications 5. BIM - TZB (MEP specification, HVAC specification) 6. BIM - time scale 7. BIM and manfacturing (manufacture of building components, construction) 8. Managing building processes 9. BIM and FM 10. BIM - LOD, meaning for standardization 11. BIM and accounting and budgeting 12. Managing BIM teams 13. Perspectives of further development of BIM in the long-term
Literature
  • ČERNÝ, M. BIM příručka. Praha: Odborná rada pro BIM, 2013. info
Forms of Teaching
Seminar
Exercise
Laboratory Exercise
Excursion - language
Consultation
Teaching Methods
Frontal Teaching
Group Teaching - Competition
Group Teaching - Cooperation
Group Teaching - Collaboration
Project Teaching
Brainstorming
Partner Teaching
Critical Thinking
Individual Work– Individual or Individualized Activity
Teaching Supported by Multimedia Technologies
Student Workload
ActivitiesNumber of Hours of Study Workload
Daily StudyCombined Study
Preparation for the Final Test1026
Attendance on Seminars/Exercises/Tutorial/Excursion2610
účast na exkurzi (in Czech)1616
Total:5252
Assessment Methods and Assesment Rate
Exam – written 100 %
Exam conditions
Final Test: maximum 100% (0-100 points). Successful graduates of the course have to get totally at least 70 points. Possibility to repeat the test: 69,99 – 30, not fulfilled 29,99 – 0.
Language of instruction
Czech
Teacher's information
Attendance in lessons is defined in a separate internal standard of ITB (Evidence of attendance of students at ITB). It is compulsory, except of the lectures, for full-time students to attend 70 % lesson of the subjet in a semester.
The course is also listed under the following terms winter 2017, summer 2019, winter 2019.
  • Enrolment Statistics (winter 2018, recent)
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