Design Computing I - BIM
BIM Building Information Modeling / Information Management Process. Basic information about BIM project planning; building information model of the building, systematically correct information flow in individual phases of construction and ways of sharing the information model (shared data environment CDE), construction participants and lifecycle of the building, new roles and processes in BIM implementation - risk benefits, designing and obstacles related, terminology - definition of BIM and its use in terms of new requirements for buildings (sustainable development and buildings with zero energy intensity). Use of data, databases, reports, data standards, BIM from the static point of view, BIM from the point of view of HVAC, collision detection, bill of quantities, construction cost management, expert analyzes, optimization, legal aspects - copyright, intellectual property, contractual matters - BIM protocol , BIM Execution Plan, the role of the state in the implementation of the BIM method - digitization of the process for building permits, public procurement, the obligation and voluntary use of BIM, technical standards and standards, European and worldwide context.
The minimum number of students to open the course is 5. EXCEPTION for self-paying students: if there are less than 5 students, the course will be taught in consultations.