Overview: Owners lament: I’ve been given BIMs from our latest project. What do I do with them? This workshop helps BIM practitioners provide answers to this vexing question posed by owners. The workshop begins with a study of the latest research data on the BIM ecosystem. Novel approaches...
- Charlotte, North Carolina • Mark Handy, AIA • Director of Building Data Solutions, TRC Worldwide Engineering, Indianapolis, Indiana BIM for Lifecycle Management: Bootcamp for Architects, Contractors, and Engineers Session 2 Case Study: Enterprise Information Modeling (EIM) Deployment for Wuhan Metro, China Nick Jang – President Case Study: Enterprise Information Modeling (EIM) Deployment for Wuhan Metro, China Course / Learning Objectives • Creating Enterprise Information Modeling Framework from various data sources • Use of BIM data for daily operations and asset management • Unobtrusive change of workflow with mobile and Web technologies • Central data repository for ease of knowledge transfer Project Background • Wuhan: Largest city in Central China with a population of 10.6 million in 2015 • Phase 1: 4 lines, 102 stations, 80 miles, 400 million annual ridership • By 2017: 9 lines, 169.7 miles • By 2025: 25 lines, 649 miles • Project Goal: Leverage BIM technologies for asset lifecycle management throughout all phases including – planning, designing, construction, commissioning and operation. • Keywords: Intuitive Business Transformation Enterprise Information Modeling Framework for Intelligent Rail Transportation Operation • Four Key Components 1