Table of Contents

ABOUT THE AUTHOR AND CONTRIBUTORS, ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

FOREWORD

01 THE CLIENT PERSPECTIVE: STRATEGY, COST AND LONG-TERM VALUE OF ASSET INFORMATION

Aligning BIM with the client’s asset management strategy

From project cost to cost-in-use: Why clients seek to optimise cost-in-use

How post-construction BIM adds value

02 BUILDING BLOCKS FOR BIM DATA MANAGEMENT: STANDARDS, REQUIREMENTS AND PLANS

Employer’s information requirements,

BIM execution plans, information delivery cycle,

Interoperability

Supply chain data collection,

Library management

Processes to validate data

03 ASSESSING YOUR PRACTICE AND GUIDING IT TO BIM-READINESS

Key BIM leadership roles and internal pre-BIM staff audit methods

Long-term strategic BIM goals for large ...

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