A BIM expert engineer with mechanical background who has about 14 years of extensive experience in BIM by using wide range of software and conducting training & courses in Arabic & English speech. I had the luck to have different experiences as my career was divided between working as a BIM consultant at the beginning with Autodesk main distributor in Egypt Kemet corporation then working with a contractor company and currently working with one of the biggest consultant firms in Egypt which is Shaker Consultancy group. During this journey I was in some project at the head office and in some projects our BIM unit was located in the site as we did during the construction of Le Louvre museum and Warner brother theme park at Abu Dhabi or during KAPSARC project which is a research center at Riyadh in KSA. So having very good experience in how to make BIM implementation & adjusting the work flow and creating standards and libraries for engineering companies. Working as BIM manager in mega projects across the Middle East some of them reached LOD 600 with different clients leads to a good knowledge of different approaches for both Consultant & Contractor requirements. I have participated as a speaker in a number of events & seminars like BIM Summit Egypt two times and the Big 5 construct two times and number of events while working as BIM consultant with Autodesk. I participated in preparing fresh graduated engineers to be ready for the work market during some academies. I am Certified instructor since 2009 and as I am certified professional in Revit since 2015 as this is was the first year Autodesk published certificate for MEP and at this year I was attending Autodesk University at Las Vegas.
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KPI, or Key Performance Indicators, are metrics used to measure the success of a project. In Building Information Modeling (BIM), KPIs are used to measure the performance of a BIM project in terms of cost, time, quality, and safety. KPIs can be used to track progress and identify areas for improvement. They can also be used to compare different projects and determine which ones are most successful. KPIs are important for BIM projects because they provide an objective way to measure success. By tracking KPIs throughout the project, stakeholders can quickly identify areas that need improvement and take corrective action. This helps ensure that the project is completed on time and within budget while meeting all quality standards. KPIs can be divided into two categories: qualitative and quantitative. Qualitative KPIs measure intangible aspects of a project such as customer satisfaction or employee morale. Quantitative KPIs measure tangible aspects such as cost or time spent on a task. Both types of KPIs are important for measuring the success of a BIM project. Some common BIM KPIs: -Cost per area -Time to complete tasks -Number of errors found during design review -Number of design changes requested by stakeholders -Number of clashes detected during clash detection analysis -Number of issues resolved during construction phase By tracking these metrics throughout the project, stakeholders can quickly identify areas that need improvement and take corrective action if necessary. This helps ensure that the project is completed on time and within budget while meeting all quality standards. Key Learning: • What is the meaning of KPI? • What are the advantages of measuring a KPI? • How to measure KPI for a BIM project?
How do you determine the KPI of a BIM project?