BIM EXCHANGE INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS PROTOCOL
Year: 2020 | Client: Zalando |
Firms: Zalando |
The project consists in to provide to ZALANDO the best way to start implementing BIM methodology from the organization to all the stakeholders that will part of ZALANDO projects, for Logistic-Warehouse-Office Centers.
The scope of works performed is divided in various topics:
- EIR DEVELOPMENT + COMPLEMENTARY DOCUMENTATION
- WORKSHOPS FOR BIM IMPLEMENTATION
- BIM MODELLING FOR LOGISTIC CENTER – LOD300
- BIM-VR INTERACTIVE APPLICATION
- BIM FOR FM AND INTEGRATION WITH CAFM
- POWERBIM PROTOTYPE FOR CAFM – BMS / IOT
The works implemented provide to ZALANDO a complete roadmap to go in order to achieve the main objective to implement BIM in the company for all lifecycle of Logistic Buildings projects, for all stakeholders, and to create the best possible basis for future incoming projects.
The EIR / BEP templates and guideline documentation have been done in collaboration with Eloi Coloma. Thanks to him and the rest of the team of BIM6D Consulting the result have been satisfactory and profitable for the customer.
Appointing Parties vs Appointed Parties
One of the interesting points discussed with the client in the BIM standardization project implementation, was if using ISO 19650 will help or will be more confussed to explain important concepts for the client but also for the stakeholders.
One of the more important topics in the EIR is correctly define the roles in the project regarding BIM methodology. There are a lot of preconceived definitions about this, more clear but not standardized like the new terms registered in the ISO 19650 regarding the appointing and appointed parties, we decided together to rely in the ISO instead these words are not common used, but because the guidelines will be used mainly by BIM experts and consultants, it could be a good idea to use this structure of roles because it offers a good solution to solve complex role structures in projects with many departments, contracts / subcontracs and assignments of responsibilities in an effective way.
A very important task that implies the difference between the sucess or the failure of a BIM implementation have been the workshop sessions that have been done with the people of different departments of the client.
The in person sessions have been schedulled strategically to be the more efficient and productive in time and content, to give the appropiate messages and transfer the knowledge in a short time, combining teorical approach together with practical samples to test the concepts directly in BIM models, deliverables and documentation that have been prepared in paralel to the workshops.