BIM in Action
Learnings on the use of metadata standards to inform BIM data capture, from the NZDF Whenuapai gymnasium project.
The benefits of capturing ‘big data’ through BIM, for more cost-effective whole-of-life asset maintenance and management.
An example of how BIM-enabled collaboration can de-risk complexity in design.
Demonstrating how data for asset management can be captured digitally and delivered on site through mobile technology – BIM as a game changer for asset management.
Demonstrating BIM application at specific stages of construction to determine specific building elements, adding value to projects, large or small.
The use of 5D BIM to assist with cost estimation as part of a collaborative process.
Demonstrating the use of BIM to co-ordinate the construction of the largest multi-agency, government co-location project in New Zealand's history.
BIM as an information sharing resource for facilities management and operation of Unitec’s three campuses.
The use of BIM in the building services and structural engineering design for UoA’s new science laboratories.
Innovative design and operation through BIM. This project set precedents through its use of BIM processes and technologies, combined with integrated project management methods.
Using BIM to streamline the design and construction of a state-of-the-art surgical centre at North Shore Hospital in Takapuna.
Applying BIM retrospectively as a data collection tool for maintaining social housing.