Designer and contractor
As a designer and contractor, you get a good understanding of the EIR, adopt it in your own software and deliver the correct models.
Interpret and make BIM calls for bids correctly.
Prepare and derive BIM execution plans, set up your own IT properly.
Create BIM models to the agreed detail, deliver and check them against EIR.
As an asset manager, you define relevant operating data and ensure the complete delivery at the right time.
Receive the data for building operation by the handover.
Place well-timed accurate requirements on data exchanges.
Before CAFM approval, check deliverables for quality and completeness.
Define your own information requirements for the BIM process by key LOD definitions with classifications, mappings to open formats and validation rules for the contractual delivery of BIM models.
Export the summary of EIR according to use case, phase and actor as PDF contract annex for the EIR.
Designer and contractor
Transform the agreed LOD definitions in the EIR and BEP into templates for BIM software for direct integration in planning; derive IFC settings for data transfer and validation rules for the quality check in BIM viewer and checker software.
Export property sets for BIM software configuration and validation rules for quality management.
"Norwegian Government Client Statsbygg, together with Consulting Group COWI, has been using BIMQ from AEC3 to specify the data requirements based on IFC for the upcoming Statsbygg BIM Manual 2.0. BIMQ enables the export of standard rule sets in open mvdXML format to automate the validation of our requested IFC4 based BIM deliverables in suitable software like simplebim 7. BIMQ has been considerably improved recently and we look forward to use it for steadily improving our Statsbygg open BIM requirements."
Frode Mohus, Statsbygg, Norwegen
„BIMQ helps us organize diverse requirements of our internal business processes in the model content. In addition, we have to deal with the owner's project specific information requirements. So, we keep the overview with the structured management of model standards and model data.”
Marcus Schreyer, Max Bögl
”In the development of CAFM-Connect, we use BIMQ as a system for the management of types of elements, attributes and BIM profiles. BIMQ is very helpful for issuing and sharing the necessary catalogues on the basis of open standards IFC (DIN EN ISO 16739). While using it, we get a really good support from the AEC3 team behind BIMQ.”
Klaus Aengenvoort, CAFM-Ring e.V.,
Association for the digitalization in real estate