BIM adoption, implementation and ROI is the final of the four courses that comprise AGC's Building Information Modeling Education Program. This course reviews several real-world case studies to analyze the cost, benefits and impacts of decision making.
Session 1 of this unit introduces the overall course structure and describes why this unit is to relevant today. This session defines key terms and sets the stage for the rest of the day, reinforcing the practical takeaways you will learn along the way.
Session 2 examines basic BIM implementation at the project level. This session focuses on ow to establish and execute the BIM process, facilitate its adoption, and achieve integration on a single project.
Session 3 explores how companies (whether single- or multi- office) can successfully execute the BIM process on multiple projects simultaneously. We will also explore any differences in the adoption or integration of the process in this broader context.
Course Learning Objectives:
- Define adoption, implementation and return on investment.
- Describe why BIM is a disruptive practice today.
- Identify reactive and proactive BIM outcomes.
- Evaluate and select process adoption options.
- Describe the roles and responsibilities of practitioners.
- Identify consistent factors influencing BIM ROI.
- Communicate the BIM process.
- Outline a process for BIM adoption and implementation.
Candidates who successfully complete the four AGC BIM Education Program courses are eligible to apply for the AGC Certificate of Management - Building Information Modeling (CM-BIM) Exam.
This assessment-based certificate credential denotes knowledge and understanding of concepts related to BIM adoption, practice and process transformation outlined in the AGC BIM Education Program.