Standardisation Initiative by Techlink
at BIM Content Level
If you are interested in obtaining more information about this standardisation initiative, please complete the form below. You will then have immediate access to all available documents:
- Cover letter (1p)
- Extensive presentation with sample videos (94p) (pdf and ppt format)
- Summary (1p)
- Business Model Canvas (1p)
- Roadmap (1p)
- Declaration of intent to sponsor (1p)
In addition, we’ll keep you informed on the latest developments of this initiative.
As a client, we are responsible for the facility management of ± 180 buildings. We are currently mostly building Build&Design with minimum BIM requirements for the time being. This does mean, however, that, as in a traditional tendering procedure, we rarely have the same combination of designer-contractor-subcontractors and the models supplied are very diverse in structure. Agreements are made at the start of a project, but it is not evident that these can be realised through the use of (Revit) objects of very different origins, among other things. This forces us to either make an import/export specification each time to get the information in the model exchanged with our FMIS system and/or we have to standardise the model to our internal standards. Both are time-consuming and costly and can partly be avoided by the use of standardised content. I welcome any standardisation initiative on condition that it ultimately leads to a single standard that is somehow also legally enforceable.