For owners and operators, to best exploit the value of BIM, it is always best to start with the “why”. The first step is to understand why the client or project will benefit from BIM and what drives the organisation’s needs – a large healthcare client has different objectives to a university, who conversely has very different goals to a residential developer. These are known as the Organisational Information Requirements (OIR).
The second step is understanding which operational assets are to be maintained and what information is needed to successfully manage this.
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BIM Academy have supported British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM) to produce a new guide for facilities management professionals working with clients on BIM construction projects.
Employer’s Information Requirements (EIR) is a practical 47 page document to support clients using BIM. The user friendly brochure demonstrates how to specify exact requirements for the design and construction phase of a built asset through to its full life time operation.
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