16205 Digital Design and Construction 36cp; weekly tutorials and lectures; some hybrid learning through online support
Requisite(s): 16212 Digital Design and Construction 1
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The subject provides a detailed and applied understanding of ISO1906501&2 by using BIM tools and cloud workflows to develop, manage and execute a digital construction project, standardised from international benchmarks. Students develop detailed ISO conforming workflows in the following areas within both local and cloud-based environments: BIM Setup and Creation, Model Coordination, Corrective Modelling, Asset Information Management, Documentation and File Export, Data Analytics & Automation, Schedules and Quantities, Site Execution and Document Generation. 4D BIM and 5D BIM workflows and processes are taught alongside broader skills and capabilities related to; work organisation and management, software and hardware applications, interpretation of the client brief, and interpretation of the BEP. This subject ties into national and international WorldSkills competitions, and is taught through intensive practice-based workshops and computing labs, enabling students to build skills in virtual design and construction processes.
Spring session, City campus
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