BIM execution

BIM execution Animals like elephants and tigers enjoy the privileges of special conservation efforts. However, these conservation efforts keep these creatures more visible in the media and for longer, possibly giving the impression that they are more abundant than they actually are. As a result, over time, people take for granted that such animals are protected and better cared for than other species, and that they don’t require further attention.

A new study has attempted to quantify the effect of this curious cycle, with its authors writing that the situation has “dramatically worsened over the last decades despite massive cultural and commercial presence.”

Led by Franck Courchamp, a senior researcher at the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), Paris, the authors have reported that, contrary to widespread opinion that conservation efforts “disproportionately benefit charismatic species, the ten most charismatic animals are at high risk of imminent extinction in the wild.” These animals are the cheetah, elephant, giraffe, gorilla, leopard, lion, panda, polar bear, tiger and the wolf.

They used a mix of large-scale online surveys, questionnaires to primary school children in England, France and Spain, a survey of animals displayed on the websites of zoos in the 100 largest cities in the world and a survey of animals featured on the covers of animated movies produced by Disney and Pixar to arrive at their conclusions. One of them is that the people have a “biased perception of [the animals’] abundance, based more on their profusion in our culture than on their natural populations,” and so ignores them.

According to them, these biases arise from the free use of images of rare and threatened species by organisations and companies in their product marketing. As a result, these species have become ‘beloved but ignored’.

BIM Execution Planning

Plan of Action

A BIM Execution Plan is a document highlighting how BIM is going to be implemented across the project. How information is going to be shared, what items are going to be modelled, the IT requirements and pretty much everything else.

Information Requirements

It is very important to outline the level of detail, software to be used and what the end uses of BIM are going to be at the beginning of every project. We work with project owners to develop a comprehensive BEP to address all these issues to make sure that the benefits of BIM are realized.

Enterprise wide implementation

We also assist project owners, consultants and contractors implement BIM workflows across their firms so that they can leverage the benefits of BIM with their own in-house teams.

BIM Execution Planning

Plan of Action

A BIM Execution Plan is a document highlighting how BIM is going to be implemented across the project. How information is going to be shared, what items are going to be modelled, the IT requirements and pretty much everything else.

Information Requirements

It is very important to outline the level of detail, software to be used and what the end uses of BIM are going to be at the beginning of every project. We work with project owners to develop a comprehensive BEP to address all these issues to make sure that the benefits of BIM are realized.

Enterprise wide implementation

We also assist project owners, consultants and contractors implement BIM workflows across their firms so that they can leverage the benefits of BIM with their own in-house teams.

To successfully implement BIM, a project team must perform detailed and comprehensive planning. At Techture, we believe that to ensure maximum returns on your investment this level of planning is crucial.

A well documented BIM Execution Plan will ensure that all parties are clearly aware of the opportunities and responsibilities associated with the incorporation of BIM into the project workflow. A complete BIM Execution Plan defines the required uses for BIM on a project (e.g., design authoring, cost estimating, and design coordination), along with a detailed design and documentation of the process for executing BIM throughout a project’s lifecycle.

The goal for developing this structured procedure is to stimulate planning and direct communication by the project team during the early phases of a project. Our experience in diverse project sectors has helped us gauge the different kinds of BEPs that need to be prepared for different kinds of projects and for specific scopes of works.

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To successfully implement BIM, a project team must perform detailed and comprehensive planning. At Techture, we believe that to ensure maximum returns on your investment this level of planning is crucial.
A well documented BIM Execution Plan will ensure that all parties are clearly aware of the opportunities and responsibilities associated with the incorporation of BIM into the project workflow. A complete BIM Execution Plan defines the required uses for BIM on a project (e.g., design authoring, cost estimating, and design coordination), along with a detailed design and documentation of the process for executing BIM throughout a project’s lifecycle.
The goal for developing this structured procedure is to stimulate planning and direct communication by the project team during the early phases of a project. Our experience in diverse project sectors has helped us gauge the different kinds of BEPs that need to be prepared for different kinds of projects and for specific scopes of works.
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