- model origin, coordinate systems and unit of measurement;
- model naming;
- iii. processes of releasing authorised and frozen models to project members at
- an agreed interval;
- facilitating model coordination exercise or meeting (including clash analysis)/ and issue periodic clash detection reports
- others which include setting up the (a) model storage solution (b) model version (c) model access rights (d) model aggregation and make available for viewing
- Collect incoming models, coordinate submission and exchange of BIM models, log incoming models, validate that files are complete and usable and in compliance with the applicable protocols and/or the BIM Execution Plan and maintain record copy of each file received.
- Undertake necessary precautions to ensure there would not be any interoperability issues by addressing or specifying the necessary requirements for BIM including butnot limited to hardware, software, licensing, file format and interactive workspace requirementsDetermine the conventions to be followed for reviewing BIM models and associated deliverables
- Establish a data security protocol to prevent any possible data corruption, virus “infections,” and data misuse or deliberate damage by project team members, other employees or outside sources.
- BIM project data residing on network servers should be subjected to regular backups.
- Routinely run information system scans to maintain model data security.
- Install patches to close documented vulnerabilities in the model. If appropriate, establish and maintain encryption-at-rest measures and encryptionduring- transmissions measures.
- Document and report any incident relating to the model (including but not limited to an incident originating outside the model that results in the model being a victim of an attack) and take action to protect the model.
- Maintain a BIM data archive and ensure a quality assurance plan for the Models
- BIM Manager should also ensure that all parties work collaboratively to resolve conflicts in the most efficient way.
- The role of the BIM Manager does not include making decisions about design, engineering
- and construction solutions for the project, nor organizational processes for each discipline.
- Degree or Diploma in Electrical, Mechanical or Building Services, Architectural or Structural Engineering with more than 6 years of working experience in construction, design, drafting, BIM modelling, BIM model management and / or coordination (services). Conversant in using BIM review tools such as Navigator, Navisworks Manage, Solibri Model Checker, etc. for clash detection analysis.
- Formally trained in BCA Academy’s Specialist Diploma in Building Information Modelling (BIM), preferably with at least 4 years of BIM experience in project BIM management and / or services coordination in a design engineering or construction firm for a large project and has completed one full project cycle at design phase or construction phase.
Organization: Siemens Mobility
Company: Siemens Mobility Pte Ltd
Experience Level: Experienced Professional
Full / Part time: Full-time