BIM for Asset and Facilities Management
The modern successful construction professional is well aware of the importance of considering completed building operation management factors from the commencement of design of the building. Today’s building owners increasingly determine investment value not only on development costs, but also on long-term operational expenditure.
While the concept of life cycle costing is not new, modern openBIM technologies take it to a new level. In their most advanced application, collaborative openBIM project teams require the involvement of facilities managers from as early as possible in the design phase of major projects in particular. The BIM for Asset and Facilities Management course will prepare you to make intelligent design decisions based on facilities management information that optimises practical and cost aspects of long-term operational factors. Prepare to be a significant contributor to the future of construction and infrastructure.
The BIM for Asset and Facilities Management course is one of twelve specialised BIM microcredentials available.