Pillar One
    Strategic Definition

    Pillar Two
    BIM Definition

    Pillar Four
    Technology Skills Design

    Pillar Five
    Technology Skills Technical Design

    Pillar Nine
    Handover

    Pillar Ten
    Asset Management

10 Pillar Guide Diagram

BIM allows software systems effectively to connect the architectural model of a building with various other systems that play a role in completing the project. These include structures, surveying, measurements, costings, planning, energy efficiency, etc. The co-ordination of these different parts or activities of the project are made possible through a cloud-based BIM systems, which allow collaborative work and real-time data updates to take place between project participants throughout the project’s life cycle.  The common data environment (CDE), is the single source of information for the project, used to collect, manage and publish documentation, a dump for graphical models and non-graphical data for the whole project team. Creating this single source of information occurs best in a SaaS (Software as a Service) platform where collaboration between project team members and client and helps avoid duplication and mistakes.

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With cloud-based software, 2D systems are a thing of the past and 3D elements are now the order of the day, making project collaboration more meaningful, detailed and in-depth. Some BIM systems perform intuitively, quickly identifying various construction elements or data of the project as they are added and defining these per their physical, technical and maintenance properties.

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Each constructive element of 10 pillar guide is parametric, meaning that it allows for information to be populated or captured. Each element on the diagram is a task or data driven and includes design information of the project from its initial conceptual phase, including all the necessary information and specifications to enable users to study and control the entire life cycle of the project and not leave any possible issues to chance. Without BIM, it is unfeasible to study and assess project phase systems like energy efficiency studies, environmental feasibility, use and maintenance, etc.

The BIM process requires people, technology and collaboration.

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