Repository of BIM standards and guidelines 

https://www.mlit.go.jp/tec/tec_fr_000079.html

FSRE has issued new Information Exchange Requirements (EIR) that address all information and related processes at design time. In recent years, there has been rapid development in the handling of digital building information in civil engineering. For more than a decade, FSRE has been using the BIM methodology in the design of larger buildings that the organization oversees. Now the organization has published new BIM requirements or Information Communication Requirements (EIR) with reference to ISO 19650 which now address all information and processes related to it during design.  

https://www.fsre.is/media/media/SF-164-Krofur-til-upplysingamidlunar-EIR-.docx

Building Information Modeling (BIM) for federal buildings is a cooperative working methodology with which, based on digital models of a building, the information and data relevant to its life cycle are consistently recorded, managed and exchanged between those involved in transparent communication or handed over for further processing become. This information and data is documented digitally throughout and according to a uniform structure. Further information can be found in the BMVg information flyer (see downloads). To implement the BIM method for federal buildings, the goals and implementation strategy were described in a master plan. This is, among other things, the basis for a BIM manual in which the work aids (AH) required for operational safety are gradually developed and published for all relevant subject areas. The master plan and completed AH are available for download in the download area. 

https://www.fib-bund.de/Inhalt/Themen/BIM_fuer_Bundesbauten/

Between 2017 and 2022, Planbim worked collaboratively with Minvu in the implementation of BIM in new home construction projects, as well as in initiatives to improve existing homes and their surroundings. This process allowed the generation of BIM Information Requests for four types of ministry projects, as well as a technological tool to support the review of BIM projects in the institution. 

https://planbim.cl/termino-trabajo-planbim-minvu/

The Automated Project Review Platform (PARPro) is an automatic verification tool for IFC models, whose main objective is to reduce the time that Ministry teams, without having expert knowledge in BIM, spend reviewing projects received from suppliers. The use of BIM in the Ministry’s first pilot projects has already helped reduce review time by 75%. PARPro will further increase the efficiency of review processes. 

https://planbim.cl/parpro-la-nueva-plataforma-que-agilizara-el-trabajo-en-proyectos-minvu-2/

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