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acceptance criteria

evidence required for considering that requirements have been fulfilled [cited from ISO 19650-2:2018(en), 3.1.1.1] Information issued via the Common Data Environment (CDE) must comply with Project Information Requirements (PIR) outlined within the Responsibility Matrix to form part of project deliverables. As such, all information circulated via the CDE needs to comply with the following: Project […]

PAS 1192 vs ISO 19650 terms

Quick reference guide In here you can find a quick reference guide with PAS1192 and ISO 19650 terminology comparison. PAS references (superseded) ISO References (current) Pre-contract BEP Pre-appointment BEP Post-contract BEP Post-appointment BEP LOD Level of information need graphical geometrical non-graphical non-geometrical project clients appointing parties BIM execution plan Information delivery plan – ISO 19650‑1 […]

Comparison of ISO 19650 Part 2 and 3

Workflow comparison First, I constructed an information exchange process diagram based on ISO 19650 Part 2 dedicated to the delivery phase of an asset lifecycle (project delivery). Next, I have created an equivalent process for asset operation in accordance with ISO 19650 Part 3. The workflow is depicted in Figure 1 the process shown illustrates […]

Pre-contract BEP

On projects where ISO 19650 Framework has implemented a term, Pre-appointment BEP is used instead of the PAS 1192 term Pre-contract BEP. The meaning is the same, it communicates on the delivery team’s intended approach to the information management process.

Post-contract BEP

This PAS 1192 term has been superseded by ISO 19650 term Post-appointment BEP. It is a BIM Execution Plan (BEP) which shall be re-submitted by the Lead Appointed Party and confirmed by the Task Team and the Appointing Party to demonstrate understanding, agreement and committed to the Exchange Information Requirements. It should be submitted at […]

geometrical

This is an ISO 19650 term which replaces the PAS1192 term “graphical”. Geometrical is more appropriate to describe spatial positioning and relationships

Level of information need

The term describes the details and amount of information required. It is a framework which defines the extent and granularity of data to be exchanged. The term related to information which is exchanged and delivered throughout the life cycle of built assets Level of information need describes the Exchange Information Requirements (EIR) as part of […]

graphical

The PAS1192 term has been replaced by ISO19650 term ‘geometrical’ Geometrical is more appropriate to describe spatial positioning and relationships

non-graphical

This PAS1192 term is equivalent to the ISO19650 term ‘non-geometrical’