Anyone in the AEC industry already working or wanting to implement BIM should have heard the term ‘BIM Levels’ (‘BIM Level 2 compliant’); nowadays being referred as BIM stage 2.
What exactly are the BIM levels or stages? What does it mean? How many are they? We will explain it in this short FREE training.
Are you required to reach/ comply with a certain BIM level but no idea what that involves? Then, this FREE self-guided -study short micro training unit is just ideal for you to get up to speed! This unit covers one of the essential concepts when trying to understand the context and essentials of BIM. It is part of the overall basic knowledge of BIM Principles.
So, come on! Start your journey. In the end of this this short training you will be able to summarise the BIM levels:
- Know how many BIM levels (stages) are conventionally considered
- What these BIM maturity levels are
- What they involve and basic requirements
You will also appreciate how an increase in BIM maturity can bring advantages to your workflow, to your business and enable a more (energy) efficient and sustainable built environment.
those who already know about BIM Levels, this offers a change to test, prove
and record your knowledge. BIMcert is also about recognising pre acquired