Both the ACIF and APCC join hands to publish their most updated companion document to the Framework, alias Building and Construction Procurement Guide: Project Team Integration and Building Information Modelling (BIM). This document is designed to support industry stakeholders in embracing and executing PTI and BIM by following thorough instructions and guidance towards a single procurement model as well as presenting and opting for the perfect BIM team and managing the project through BIM at the initial stage.
This document will resolve lots of queries of the clients and project teams having inadequate knowledge, through a progressive and encyclopaedia-like format.
The guide offers detailed analysis for project team collaboration and how BIM affects this progress over the diversified delivery models. In this regard, the most vital point is a modification in the technique (where construction can be reviewed repeatedly.) concerning scheduling of contributions.
The existing method devalues this scope and briefing documents constantly involve maps, models and clarifications of the plan. But the existing method should be based on scopes to analyze virtually and repeat and re-brief before the commencement of actual construction in jobsite.
One vital element like Leadership should also be included in the BIM campaign to make the quality better for building projects in Australia.
The governments do not take quick initiative to implement BIM as a tool and the unwillingness occur as the governments want to perceive some accomplished BIM projects to demonstrate the benefits. ACIF is planning to propose all governments over Australia with a plan to introduce BIM for longer term opportunity to make BIM compulsory for projects over a specified value. ACIF also plans to spread the awareness for BIM towards University and the Vocational Education and Training sectors to sharpen the skills of people who are proficient enough to apply BIM and who are well versed with utilizing the integration method.
The companion document not only highlights the proper benefits of BIM concerning relationship management during but also highlights on BIM success about 3D design as well as managing project team integration and around all consultants, trade contractors and project sponsors who take a decision if BIM is fruitful or not as well as how efficiently the team is formed and managed.
In order to attain better team work with BIM, sound knowledge is required over all jurisdictions and the proper guidance is required to support it.
So what we get from this BIM document is that unless the companies can obtain the instant personal advantages for relying on BIM as a technology resource, transformation will continue to be sluggish if not mandated. The main issues are Industry is hectic, lots of work are going on, and authorizations are at an all-time high.
Countries which are planning to make BIM compulsory are improving the competence level of their workers significantly. There is tough competition in this space and local Australian companies are unable to cope up with it due to lack of action today that influences the increasing labour costs. In this area, the government should aptly intervene to make out that the industry is prepared to adopt BIM and competent enough to motivate the Australian companies to invest in the technology to keep the existence of local industry in 10, 20 and 30 years.
ACIF is going to have round of consultations with industry in late July and early August on setting up their Education and Training Skills Sets. This will surely advance the progress of BIM in Australia.
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