The scope of the committee is the organization and digitization of information about buildings and civil engineering works, including building information modelling (BIM)

SC 13 is charged by TC 59 to focus on international standardization of information through the whole life cycle of buildings and infrastructure across the built environment

  • to enable interoperability of information;
  • to deliver a structured set of standards, specifications and reports to define, describe, exchange, monitor, record and securely handle information, semantics and processes, with links to geospatial and other related built environment information;
  • to enable object-related digital information exchange.

https://www.iso.org/committee/49180.html

National Annex Template. As part of the process of adopting an ISO standard at the national level an annex to the standard should be considered. The National annex addition to the standard gives additional, country specific detail and context. Following the guidance document provided, this template gives you a structured document with headings which can be completed with your specific requirements. Used in conjunction with the guidance, the template can be populated to develop an initial national annex. This template is provided as a starting point, articlating the main points expected in an annex, sections can be added, removed and modified to suit your specific requirements.

https://www.cdbb.cam.ac.uk/file/nationalannextemplatedocx

Content Index for Universal BIM Guide. As part of a BIM adoption programme it is often useful to provide guidance to the organisation, industry and supply chain on how to adopt and deliver BIM using you technical framework. The introduction of a BIM Guide can provide further detail on any national level implementation of BIM but offer more specific detail around the organisations sector and project type. This document outlines the potential contents for a successful BIM guide, discussing the elements which should be considered in its development.

https://www.cdbb.cam.ac.uk/file/contentindexforuniversalbimguidedocx

Delivery team’s BEP Template. The Delivery team’s BEP is delivered collaboratively by the appointed parties responsible for the project delivery. It responds the the appinting parties requirements and sets out how the project will be delivered from an information management perspective. Following the guidance document provided, this template gives you a structured document with headings and tables which can be completed with your specific requirements. Used in conjunction with the guidance and the questions prompted, the template can be populated to develop an post-appointment BEP. This template is provided as a starting point, articlating the main points expected in a BEP, sections can be added, removed and modified to suit your specific requirements.

https://www.cdbb.cam.ac.uk/file/deliveryteamsbeptemplatedocx

Exchange Information Requirements Guidance. The EIR document forms a key part of the BIM process for project delivery, outlining the specific methods, formats and procedures for how information should be shared between parties. The EIR should form part of the contractural documents for the project and be issued to the delivery team as part of the project procurement. This EIR Guidance document walks you through the stages of defining the project goals and objectives, the need for information, and the standards methods and procedures to be used on the project.

https://www.cdbb.cam.ac.uk/files/eir_guidance.pdf

The MIDP (Master Information Delivery Plan) template is provided to support projects in managing the information and documentation required for that specific project. This template, provided in Excel format, should only be used in leu of the ability to create an interactive Gantt chart. The MIDP should be developed from a series of task information delivery plans (TIDP) for the project prepared by individual task team managers and setting out the responsibility for each specific information deliverable. The MIDP collates the separate task information delivery plans, and aligns them with the design and construction programmes.

https://www.cdbb.cam.ac.uk/file/midpmatrixtemplatexlsx

National Annex Guidance. As part of a national level adoption of BIM the technical framework for BIM delivery needs to be considered. In most cases the adoption of the International standard, ISO 19650 is a key part of the national technical framework for BIM. As part of the process of adopting an ISO standard at the national level an annex to the standard should be considered. The National annex addition to the standard gives additional, country specific detail and context. This can also include the localisation of terminology used where this differes to the ISO terms. This guidance document has been specifically created to support the creation of a national annex aligned to ISO 19650. The guidance documents the areas of the standard which can have additional country specific context applied and some suggestions for these sections.

https://www.cdbb.cam.ac.uk/files/national_annex_guidance.pdf

Organizational Information Requirements Guidance. The OIR forms the top of the information heiracy for defining your project requirements. As defined in ISO 19650, the OIR is a document which influences the subsequent information requirements (AIR, PIR, EIR) and project information deliverables (AIM, PIM) of the delivery phase of an asset. This guidance document is set out to help an organisation consider the information it needs to support its strategic objectives and setting out clear information requirements for those involved in the delivery or operation of an asset.

https://www.cdbb.cam.ac.uk/files/oir_guidance.pdf

Organizational Information Requirements Template. As defined in ISO 19650, the OIR is a document which influences the subsequent information requirements and project information deliverables of the delivery phase of an asset. Following the guidance document provided, this template gives you a structured document with headings and tables, which can be completed with your specific requirements. Used in conjunction with the guidance and the questions prompted, the template can be populated to develop an initial OIR. This template is provided as a starting point, articlating the main points expected in an OIR, sections can be added, removed and modified to suit your specific requirements.

https://www.cdbb.cam.ac.uk/file/oirtemplatedocx

Part 0 Guidance. Part 0 is the first part of the suite of standards under the ISO 19650 heading. This document is a national level publication which is designed to explain to the industry the changes required to deliver BIM in line with ISO 19650 and in a localized context. The Part 0 document bridges the gap between the current state before the implementation of ISO 19650 and the future state with it. Part 0 outlines how and existing national standards will be maintained or superseeded from the introduction of ISO 19650. The Part 0 Guidance document walks through the process of identifying what currently exists and what needs to be changed as part of the move to adopting ISO 19650 in your country.

https://www.cdbb.cam.ac.uk/files/part_0_guidance.pdf

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