A Mohamed Wahid
Structure Principal BIM designer with 20 years of experience in the various AEC industries in terms of conceptual design, schematic design, design development, contract documents, construction documents, pre construction plan, BIM coordination and planning. Self-directed, and focused on design and development. In the past, I have concentrated on developing, place into practice, supporting, and remaining at the forefront of cutting-edge BIM technologies.
What to expect during the event
A BIM Execution Plan (BEP), also known as a BIM Implementation Plan, is a comprehensive document that helps project participants move forward with clear roles and expectations. A BEP is an essential element to create before beginning any construction project, especially for those that are large or complex with many collaborators. Through clear roles, responsibilities and real-time communication, a BEP keeps all in sync while ensuring construction stays on track. This is vital when adhering to tight schedules. A thoughtful plan also makes sure details don’t fall through the cracks or become last-minute change orders that cause delays. A thorough a BEP is a powerful project accountability tool that keeps work moving forward throughout the various phases of planning and construction. A well-coordinated project starts with a well-crafted BEP.
A BEP is an essential element to create before beginning any construction project, especially for those that are large or complex with many collaborators.