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

In 2015, the BIM Laboratory of Santa Catarina was created, known as LaBIM-SC, which was part of the BIM GOV SUL Network together with the states of Paraná and Rio Grande do Sul. LaBIM-SC was in charge of preparing case studies, with the aim of maximizing the potential gains with the use of the BIM methodology applied to projects, execution and inspection of works, as well as management and operation of assets.

The SC BIM Implementation and Implementation Guide  was prepared in 2022 and aims to cover public organizations in Santa Catarina, focusing on the bodies that make up the SC BIM Strategy Technical Committee. The purpose is to guide the implantation and implementation of the methodology in a clear and gradual way. In this way, good project management practices were adopted in order to map and mitigate possible problems in advance in a segmented manner by areas of knowledge, recommended by the PMBOK.

https://www.bim.sc.gov.br/c%C3%B3pia-cadernos-t%C3%A9cnico-bim-sc

Amendments to the laws will allow for the clients to establish requirements and (or) criteria in the procurement documents for the application of BIM methods in cases and in accordance with the procedures established by the Government or its authorized institution. 

Amendments are designed to enable the application of Building Information Modelling methods in the design, construction and installation of public sector buildings and objects. 

The link to the Amendment of legal act (law) in the Register of Legal Acts (the Register is state-level register for legal acts where all legal acts must be announced): 

https://www.e-tar.lt/portal/lt/legalAct/9056d2d0a69111ebbcbbc2971cdac3cb

Amendments to the laws will allow for the clients to establish requirements and (or) criteria in the procurement documents for the application of BIM methods in cases and in accordance with the procedures established by the Government or its authorized institution. 

Amendments are designed to enable the application of Building Information Modelling methods in the design, construction and installation of public sector buildings and objects. 

The link to the Amendment of legal act (law) in the Register of Legal Acts: 

https://www.e-tar.lt/portal/lt/legalAct/c4a41b10a69111ebbcbbc2971cdac3cb

The Goverment has determined that the detailed procedures for applying the requirements and (or) criteria for BIM methods will be approved by the Ministry of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania. 

The link to the Amendment of legal act (resolution) in the Register of Legal Acts: 

https://www.e-tar.lt/portal/lt/legalAct/441d2ea05cb211eca9ac839120d251c4

Plan BIM Peru is the programme supported and promoted by the Peru Ministry of Economy & Finance (MEF) for the successful adoption of BIM Methodologies in public infrastructure investment throughout the country. Within the framework of Plan BIM Peru, BIM is defined as a collaborative work methodology for the management of public investment information, which makes use of an information model created by the parties involved, to facilitate multi-year programming, formulation, design, construction, operation and maintenance of public infrastructure, ensuring a reliable basis for decision-making. BIM does not only refer to the use of technological tools. Its main objective is to ensure efficient information management. BIM is essential for the planning and execution of an investment, from the definition of asset requirements to the end of their use, covering their conception, development, operation, maintenance and disposal.

Plan BIM Peru is the policy measure that defines the national strategy for the progressive implementation of the adoption and use of BIM in the processes of the phases of the investment cycle developed by entities and public companies subject to the National System of Multiannual Programming and Investment Management, in an articulated and concerted manner, and in coordination with the private sector and academia. Plan BIM Peru was born as a political measure of the National Competitiveness and Productivity Plan, recognizing the need to modernize and digitize the systems for the formulation and evaluation, execution and operation of investment projects. The resources on the website help with the implementation of BIM.

PlanBIM Peru Implementation Plan and Roadmap

https://cutt.ly/5nL0pnm

Plan BIM Peru is the programme supported and promoted by the Peru Ministry of Economy & Finance (MEF) for the successful adoption of BIM Methodologies in public infrastructure investment throughout the country. Within the framework of Plan BIM Peru, BIM is defined as a collaborative work methodology for the management of public investment information, which makes use of an information model created by the parties involved, to facilitate multi-year programming, formulation, design, construction, operation and maintenance of public infrastructure, ensuring a reliable basis for decision-making. BIM does not only refer to the use of technological tools. Its main objective is to ensure efficient information management. BIM is essential for the planning and execution of an investment, from the definition of asset requirements to the end of their use, covering their conception, development, operation, maintenance and disposal.

Plan BIM Peru is the policy measure that defines the national strategy for the progressive implementation of the adoption and use of BIM in the processes of the phases of the investment cycle developed by entities and public companies subject to the National System of Multiannual Programming and Investment Management, in an articulated and concerted manner, and in coordination with the private sector and academia. Plan BIM Peru was born as a political measure of the National Competitiveness and Productivity Plan, recognizing the need to modernize and digitize the systems for the formulation and evaluation, execution and operation of investment projects. The resources on the website help with the implementation of BIM.

PlanBIM Peru Introductory Technical Note

http://www.mef.gob.pe/planbimperu/docs/recursos/nota_tecnica_bim.pdf

Plan BIM Peru is the programme supported and promoted by the Peru Ministry of Economy & Finance (MEF) for the successful adoption of BIM Methodologies in public infrastructure investment throughout the country. Within the framework of Plan BIM Peru, BIM is defined as a collaborative work methodology for the management of public investment information, which makes use of an information model created by the parties involved, to facilitate multi-year programming, formulation, design, construction, operation and maintenance of public infrastructure, ensuring a reliable basis for decision-making. BIM does not only refer to the use of technological tools. Its main objective is to ensure efficient information management. BIM is essential for the planning and execution of an investment, from the definition of asset requirements to the end of their use, covering their conception, development, operation, maintenance and disposal.

Plan BIM Peru is the policy measure that defines the national strategy for the progressive implementation of the adoption and use of BIM in the processes of the phases of the investment cycle developed by entities and public companies subject to the National System of Multiannual Programming and Investment Management, in an articulated and concerted manner, and in coordination with the private sector and academia. Plan BIM Peru was born as a political measure of the National Competitiveness and Productivity Plan, recognizing the need to modernize and digitize the systems for the formulation and evaluation, execution and operation of investment projects. The resources on the website help with the implementation of BIM.

PlanBIM Peru National BIM Guide

http://www.mef.gob.pe/planbimperu/docs/recursos/guia_nacional_BIM.pdf

The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) champions the development and transformation of the built environment sector, in order to improve Singapore’s living environment. BCA oversees areas such as safety, quality, inclusiveness, sustainability and productivity, all of which, together with their stakeholders and partners help enables them to meet their mission to transform the Built Environment sector and shape a liveable and smart built environment for Singapore. BCA leads the transformation of the built environment sector through developing a highly competent professional workforce, adopting productive and game-changing technologies, and promoting the sector’s niche expertise overseas.
Integrated Digital Delivery (IDD) is the use of digital technologies to integrate work processes and connect stakeholders working on the same project throughout the construction and building life-cycle. This includes design, fabrication and assembly on-site, as well as the operations and maintenance of buildings. IDD is one of the key thrusts in the Construction Industry Transformation Map (ITM), and is aligned to Singapore’s efforts to transform the construction industry by creating a highly-skilled workforce trained in use of the latest architecture, engineering, construction and operations technologies.

The Singapore IDD builds on the use of BIM and Virtual Design and Construction (VDC), which have been implemented in many projects over the past few years. The BCA guide to IDD presented on this website includes and covers 4 main areas: Digital Design, Digital Fabrication, Digital Construction, and Digital Asset Delivery and Management. The IDD simplifies the different stages of a construction project with the integration of digital technologies that improve collaboration among stakeholders and construction efficiency, minimises construction mistakes and costly rework, and delivers smarter buildings. This website contains all of the links and resources related to BCA’s current implementation of IDD.

https://www1.bca.gov.sg/buildsg/digitalisation/integrated-digital-delivery-idd

The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) champions the development and transformation of the built environment sector, in order to improve Singapore’s living environment. BCA oversees areas such as safety, quality, inclusiveness, sustainability and productivity, all of which, together with their stakeholders and partners help enables them to meet their mission to transform the Built Environment sector and shape a liveable and smart built environment for Singapore. BCA leads the transformation of the built environment sector through developing a highly competent professional workforce, adopting productive and game-changing technologies, and promoting the sector’s niche expertise overseas.

This legal guidance document produced by the BCA committee aims to address some of the legal challenges around BIM and it’s procurement on projects. The guide runs through the main challenges providing advice and clarity which can be adopted onto live projects. This document is for use in construction projects where BIM is used and shall be called the BIM Particular Conditions. All parties in such projects may incorporate the BIM Particular Conditions into their respective agreements or contracts for services, supply and/or construction for the project. The BIM Particular Conditions can be used for all methods of procurement. However, this document does not cover all issues in the use of BIM; especially those that may be specific to any particular user. The BIM steering committee therefore encourages users to review and adapt the BIM Particular Conditions for specific use. Users should obtain appropriate professional/legal advice before making any changes to the BIM Particular Conditions.

https://www.corenet.gov.sg/media/1170529/bim-particular-conditions-version-2.pdf