BIM Execution Plan (BEP)
The purpose of the BIM Execution Plan (BEP) is to clearly define the actions required of each member of the project team in order to successfully deliver the BIM workflows on the project. BEP shall provide the required project information at both a strategic level, to satisfy the pre-appointment BEP requirements as, and at a […]
“The digital twin is the virtual representation of a physical object or system across its life-cycle. It uses real-time data and other sources to enable learning, reasoning, and dynamically recalibrating for improved decision making.”  Digital twins are realistic digital representations of physical things  • A dynamic model of an asset, with the input of […]
International Harmonized Stage Codes
Stages: 00 PRELIMINARY 10 PROPOSAL 20 PREPARATORY 30 COMMITTEE 40 ENQUIRY 50 APPROVAL 60 PUBLICATION 90 REVIEW 95 WITHDRAWAL Substages: 00 REGISTRATION 20 START OF MAIN ACTION 60 COMPLETION OF MAIN ACTION 90 DECISION 92 REPEAT AN EARLIER PHASE 93 REPEAT CURRENT PHASE 98 ABANDON 99 PROCEED https://www.iso.org/stage-code
stages and activities spanning the life of the system from the definition of its requirements to thetermination of its use, covering its conception, development, operation, maintenance support and disposal NOTE 1 Adapted from IEC 61508 and ISO/IEC 15288:2008, definition 4.10.NOTE 2 Adapted from ISO/TR 18529:2000, Clause 3. PD ISO/TS 12911:2012 RIBA Plan Of Work 2020 […]
the process of developing gradually towards a more advanced state.
A submittal state defining the intent or suitability. Permitted Purpose means any purpose related to the Works (and/or (without limitation) the construction, refurbishment, extension, operation, management and/or maintenance of the Works) which is consistent with:(a) the applicable Level of Information Need of the relevant Material;(b) the applicable status code of the Material and the information […]
A state used to approve information for the permitted-purpose
a process by which an innovation is communicated through certain channels over time among the members of a social system E.M. Rogers, Diffusion of Innovations, Free Press, New York, 1995. p.5 the third and final phase of the well-noted Schumpeterian Trilogy: “invention(the generation of new ideas), innovation (the development of those ideas through to the […]
Computer aided facility management (CAFM)
Originally coined in the 60s, The acronym has become a catch-all for a wide range of Facilities Management platforms and software. A CAFM system can be broadly defined as a collaborative, work order, and workflow management tool that provides visibility, financial control, and business intelligence to facilities teams in their pursuit of a data-driven strategy. A […]
Key Performance Indicator (KPI)
KPI is an abbreviation for key performance indicator, which is a quantifiable measure of performance over time for a specific goal. KPIs provide goals for teams to aim for, milestones to track progress, and insights to help people throughout the organisation make better decisions.