RLB BIM Guidance Protocol Part 4: Internal Guide for Project Management is an essential internal guide for RLB staff globally.
Adopting BIM in project management delivery
Similar to RLB BIM Guidance Protocol Part 3: External Guide for Project Management released externally, this protocol sets out in greater detail what BIM is, the legal obligations, client obligations and the obligations of project managers, together with information on how a typical design team uses BIM. It also gives direction on BIM execution plans, handover requirements, RLB’s approach to BIM, 4D programming and a client checklist. Protocol part 4 also identifies geographic differences for RLB staff working in the project management sector.
Adapting to the latest technologies
To remain competitive and strong in today’s built environment, we need to adapt to the latest technologies when being confronted with change and challenges. All staff are encouraged to familiarise themselves with this Protocol and incorporate good practice into their BIM projects where appropriate to further enhance their continued professional development in the digital environment.
A holistic view of RLB’s use of BIM
This document accompanies the external document RLB BIM Guidance Protocol Part 1 and the internal document RLB BIM Guidance Protocol Part 2: Internal Guide to Quantity Surveying previously issued, and should be used in conjunction with them to provide a holistic view of RLB’s BIM utilisation and implementation.