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BIM PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN

FOR
Olympic Tower in Maputo
DEVELOPED BY
M3 BEP G05
OLYMPIC TOWER IN MAPUTO 09/01/2019

BIM PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN


FOR
Olympic Tower in Maputo
DEVELOPED BY
M3 BEP G05

TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION A: BIM PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN OVERVIEW 1
SECTION B: PROJECT INFORMATION 2
SECTION C: KEY PROJECT CONTACTS 3
SECTION D: PROJECT GOALS / BIM USES 4
SECTION E: ORGANIZATIONAL ROLES / STAFFING 5
SECTION F: BIM PROCESS DESIGN 6
SECTION G: BIM INFORMATION EXCHANGES 7
SECTION H: BIM AND FACILITY DATA REQUIREMENTS 8
SECTION I: COLLABORATION PROCEDURES 9
SECTION J: QUALITY CONTROL 11
SECTION K: TECHNOLOGICAL INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS 12
SECTION L: MODEL STRUCTURE 13
SECTION M: PROJECT DELIVERABLES 14
SECTION N: DELIVERY STRATEGY / CONTRACT 15
SECTION O: ATTACHMENTS 16

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SECTION A: BIM PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN OVERVIEW


To successfully implement Building Information Modeling (BIM) on a project, the project team has
developed this detailed BIM Project Execution Plan. The BIM Project Execution Plan defines uses for
BIM on the project (e.g. design authoring, cost estimating, and design coordination), along with a detailed
design of the process for executing BIM throughout the project lifecycle.

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SECTION B: PROJECT INFORMATION


1. PROJECT OWNER: OLYMPIC COMMITTE

2. PROJECT NAME: OLYMPIC TOWER IN MAPUTO

3. PROJECT LOCATION AND ADDRESS: POLANA CIMENTO, MAPUTO, MOZAMBIQUE

4. CONTRACT TYPE / DELIVERY METHOD: BUILDING

5. BRIEF PROJECT DESCRIPTION: OLYMPIC TOWER FOR USAGE OF MOZAMBIQUE OLYMPIC COMMITTEE AND RESIDENTIAL

HEADQUARTES, BUILDING WITH 34 FLOORS AND 125 METERS HEIGHT, QUALIFICATION REQUIRED A+

6. Additional Project Information: MAJOR SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES:

● INTERIOR SPACES WITHOUT PILLARS

● ACHIEVE A+ QUALIFICATION

● DELIVER TEMPLATE FOR OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE

● THE EXTERIOR SHAPE WILL FOLLOW THE CRITERIA OF THE ORIGINAL DESIGN

7. PROJECT NUMBERS:

PROJECT INFORMATION NUMBER


CONTRACT NUMBER:
TASK ORDER:
PROJECT NUMBER:

8. PROJECT SCHEDULE / PHASES / MILESTONES:


Include BIM milestones, pre-design activities, major design reviews, stakeholder reviews, and any other major events which
occur during the project lifecycle.

PROJECT PHASE /
ESTIMATED START DATEESTIMATED COMPLETION DATE
PROJECT STAKEHOLDERS INVOLVED
MILESTONE

PRELIMINARY PLANNING

DESIGN DOCUMENTS

CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS

CONSTRUCTION

To be defined by Entity Design


Build

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SECTION C: KEY PROJECT CONTACTS


List of lead BIM contacts for each organization on the project. Additional contacts can be included later in the document.

ROLE ORGANIZATION CONTACT NAME LOCATION E-MAIL PHONE

Project Manager(s)

BIM Manager(s) All team members

Design Builder BF DB

Designers Team members


Construction
Team members
Manager
Avda. de Europa,
Builder Acciona www.acciona.com/contact +34 91 663 28 50
18. Madrid
Team members
Subcontractors
(technical office)
Discipline Leads

Other Project Roles

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SECTION D: PROJECT GOALS / BIM USES


This section describes how the BIM Model and Facility Data are developed to maximize project value,
e.g. design alternatives, life-cycle analysis, scheduling, estimating, material selection, pre-fabrication
opportunities, site placement.

1. MAJOR BIM GOALS / OBJECTIVES:


The strategic objectives for the Project to deliver 3D models and IFC data which shall be used
throughout the lifecycle of the project in phases from Conceptual to Operation and Management.

PRIORITY
(HIGH/ MED/ GOAL DESCRIPTION POTENTIAL BIM USES
LOW)

Med Increase Field Productivity Design Reviews, 3D


Coordination
Low Increase Sustainable Applications for the Project Energy Analysis

High Early Clash Detection 3D Coordination

Med Track Progress During Construction 4D Modeling

Med Increase Effectiveness of Site Utilization Site Utilization Planning

High Identify Cost Associated with Design Modifications Cost Estimation

High Incorporate Data for Future Facilities Record Modeling, Digital


Fabrication
High Quickly Assess Design Performance Design Review, 3D
Coordination
Med Increase Effectiveness of Building Performance Building System
Analysis
High Accurate 3D Record Model for FM Team Record Model, 3D
Coordination
Low Increase Energy Effectiveness of the Facility Energy Analysis,
Lighting Analysis
Med Decrease Overall Maintenance Costs Record Modeling

2. BIM USE ANALYSIS WORKSHEET: ATTACHMENT 1


The BIM Use Analysis Worksheet is attached at Section O of this Report as Attachment 1.
3. BIM USES:
For achieving the maximum throughout the processes, the demands and goals of this project; main uses
have been assembled between the owner, contractor and project leads. Those BIM Uses are listed
below and have been chosen for this implementation strategy.

X PLAN X DESIGN X CONSTRUCT X OPERATE


SITE UTILIZATION BUILDING MAINTENANCE
PROGRAMMING DESIGN AUTHORING
PLANNING SCHEDULING
CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM BUILDING SYSTEM
SITE ANALYSIS DESIGN REVIEWS
DESIGN ANALYSIS
3D COORDINATION 3D COORDINATION ASSET MANAGEMENT
SPACE MANAGEMENT /
STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS DIGITAL FABRICATION
TRACKING
3D CONTROL AND
LIGHTING ANALYSIS DISASTER PLANNING
PLANNING
ENERGY ANALYSIS RECORD MODELING RECORD MODELING

MECHANICAL ANALYSIS

OTHER ENG. ANALYSIS

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SUSTAINABLITY (LEED)
EVALUATION
CODE VALIDATION
PHASE PLANNING PHASE PLANNING PHASE PLANNING PHASE PLANNING
(4D MODELING) (4D MODELING) (4D MODELING) (4D MODELING)
COST ESTIMATION COST ESTIMATION COST ESTIMATION COST ESTIMATION
EXISTING CONDITIONS EXISTING CONDITIONS EXISTING CONDITIONS EXISTING CONDITIONS
MODELING MODELING MODELING MODELING

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SECTION E: ORGANIZATIONAL ROLES / STAFFING


These roles defined in BS: PAS: 1192-2, ensuring that they are sufficient to allow successful delivery of
the project requirements, with individuals assigned to each role. One individual may be assigned in
multiple roles.

1. BIM ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:


BIM ROLE RESPONSIBILITIES

Manages and coordinates project execution and BIM to meet acquisition strategy and cost
Project Manager
containment.
Design Team
Team manager and coordinator, BMP.
Project Manager
Coordinate BIM use on project, determine schedule of use, sharing activities, quality
BIM Manager
control, modeling responsibilities and document in BMP.
Architect Design Execution –Formulate with BIM Mgr. Map BIM use for architectural design.
Engineering - Formulate with BIM Mgr. Map BIM
Structural
use for structural design – Determine BIM use for structural simulations, analysis, and
Engineer
documentation. Identify tools.
Engineering - Formulate with BIM Mgr. Map BIM
MEP Engineer use for MEP design – Determine BIM use for simulations, analysis, and documentation.
Identify tools.
Interior Design Execution –Formulate with BIM Mgr. and architect - Map BIM use for
Interior Designer
architectural design.
Sustainability Engineering - Formulate with BIM Mgr. Map BIM
and Energy use for Sustainability, 3rd Party Rating Systems. –
Engineer Determine BIM use for simulations, analysis, and documentation. Identify tools.
Commissioning Support. Provides architectural, engineering, equipment compliance reports produced in
Agent IFC4/COBie format.
BIM modeling
expertise by
Software Supports BIM manager on application specific content, issues.
Application
Expert
Project Supports alignment of project acquisition to BIM development & cost containment
Estimator strategies.
Receives or helps create BIM for
Contractor
Constructability and handover for Field Use. Determine Interference checking responsibility.
Sub-Contractor
Off-Site Fabrication - Formulate with BIM Mgr. and designer. Map BIM use for fabrication and
and/or
shop drawing design. Determine BIM use for
Fabricator (as
simulations of maintenance space analysis, and documentation. Identify tools.
appropriate)

2. BIM USE STAFFING:


NUMBER OF TOTAL STAFF FOR ESTIMATED WORKER LEAD
BIM USE ORGANIZATION LOCATION(S)
BIM USE HOURS CONTACT
Engineering
Contractor A 5 500 TBA Engineer 1
Analysis
LEED
Contractor B 1 100 TBA Engineer 2
Evaluation
4D Modeling Contractor C 3 300 TBA Engineer 3

3D Coordination Contractor D 4 400 TBA Engineer 4


Facility Energy
Contractor E 2 200 TBA Engineer 5
Analysis
Site Utilization
Contractor F 2 200 TBA Engineer 6
Planning
Digital
Contractor G 5 500 TBA Engineer 7
Fabrication
Asset
Contractor H 2 200 TBA Engineer 8
Management

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Record
Contractor I 2 200 TBA Engineer 9
Modeling
Maintenance
Contractor J 1 100 TBA Engineer 10
Scheduling
Cost Estimation Contractor K 2 200 TBA Engineer 11

Design Reviews Contrator L 1 100 TBA Engineer 12

SECTION F: BIM PROCESS DESIGN


Process maps were developed in order for the team to understand the overall BIM process, to identify
easier the information exchanges between all parties and to clearly define the various processes to be
performed for the identified BIM uses.

These process maps provide a detailed plan for implementation of each BIM Use. They also define the
specific Information Exchanges for each activity, building the foundation for the entire execution plan.
The plan includes the Overview Map (Level 1) of the BIM Uses, a Detailed Map of each BIM Use (Level
2), and a description of elements on each map, as appropriate.

1. LEVEL ONE PROCESS OVERVIEW MAP: ATTACHMENT 2


The Overview map shows the relationship of BIM Uses which will be employed on the project. Overview
process map also contains the high-level information exchanges that occur throughout the project
lifecycle.
The Level One Process Overview Map is attached at Section O of this Report as Attachment 2.

2. LIST OF LEVEL TWO – DETAILED BIM USE PROCESS MAP(S): ATTACHMENT 3


Detailed BIM use process maps are created for each identified BIM use on the project to clearly define
the sequence various processes to be performed. These maps also identify the responsible parties for
each process, reference information content, and the information exchanges which will be created and
shared with other processes.
The Detailed BIM Use Process Maps of the BIM Uses listed below are attached at Section O of this
Report as Attachment 3.
The following are examples. Modify for specific project. Some Process Maps may need to be removed,
while some process maps may need to be added.

 Existing Conditions Modeling


 Cost Estimation
 Phase Planning (4D Modeling)
 Programming
 Site Analysis
 Design Reviews
 Design Authoring
 Energy Analysis
 Structural Analysis
 Lighting Analysis
 3D Coordination
 Site Utilization Planning
 3D Control and Planning
 Record Modeling
 Maintenance Scheduling
 Building System Analysis

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SECTION G: BIM INFORMATION EXCHANGES


An Information Manager shall be appointed by Project Owner who will appoint the necessary Common
Data Environment (CDE). Additional, due to the delicate nature of the project, the handing of the data will
also lead the Information Manager selecting the most appropriate method for data transfer between
Design and Operational Teams.

As the Design and Operational Teams will work within a Common Data Environment (CDE), procedures
as described under BS:1192:2007:A2:2016, BS:8536:2:2016, BS:1192:4:2014, BS:8536:1:2015,
PAS:1192:2:2013, PAS:1192:3:2014, PAS:1192:5:2015, PAS:1192:6:2018 will be adopted in order to
provide necessary control and promote the sharing of correct digital information between Team Members
seamlessly and without delays.
1. LIST OF INFORMATION EXCHANGE WORKSHEET(S): ATTACHMENT 4
The List of Information Exchange Worksheet is attached at Section O of this Report as Attachment 4.

 Existing Conditions Modeling


 Cost Estimation
 Phase Planning (4D Modeling)
 Programming
 Site Analysis
 Design Reviews
 Design Authoring
 Energy Analysis
 Structural Analysis
 Lighting Analysis
 3D Coordination
 Site Utilization Planning
 3D Control and Planning
 Record Modeling
 Maintenance Scheduling
 Building System Analysis

2. MODEL DEFINITION WORKSHEET: ATTACHMENT 5


The Model Definition Worksheet is attached at Section O of this Report as Attachment 5.

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SECTION H: BIM AND FACILITY DATA REQUIREMENTS


1. MINIMUN REQUIREMENTS
The data for facility management must be entered in phases as the model progresses. The approach is
to enter the data as it is being developed or installed, instead of trying to compile all the information at
the end of construction. The current process of handing over paper documents is expensive,
disorganized, and can lead to misinformation. Construction Operations Building Information Exchange
(COBie) compliance is required in all data entering phases.

The minimum requirements for entering the data must include, but are not limited to:
PHASE 1 - DESIGN: DATA COMMON TO ALL THE ELEMENTS IRRESPECTIVE OF ITS DISCIPLINE OR ANY
OTHER SPECIFICS.
 Facility ID
 Facility name
Physical properties of the elements
 Facility description
 Dimensional properties
 Zone/space name
 Zone/space number
 Room name
 Room number
Spatial location of the elements
 Floor ID
 Floor name
 Floor description
 Floor elevation, height
 Gross area
Space compliance/validation  Tenant area
 Area validation
 LEED data
Building code validation  Applicable building codes
 Fire rating

PHASE 2 - CONSTRUCTION: DATA COMMON TO SPECIFIC DISCIPLINE AS AVAILABLE DURING


CONSTRUCTION AND AS-BUILT PHASE.
 Component ID
 Component name
 Component description
 Attributes
 Maker name
 Manufacturer
Component/product ID and
 Serial number
description per manufacturer’s
specifications  Master Format number
 Model number
 Order number
 Product ID
 Product name
 Production year
 Accessories
 Material ID
 Material ID list
 Material name
Manufacturer’s specifications for  Material description
product or element material  System ID
 System function
 System name
 System description
 Transmittal ID list, information, and description
Construction sequence and
 Action ID, code, and description
logistics
 Task ID, name, and description
 Installation ID list
Installation information
 Installation name

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 Installation manufacturer
 Installation model
 Installation serial number
 Installation tag number
 Installation description
 Product type
 Discipline
 Replacement cost
 Expected life
 Document ID and list
 Document name, directory, file name, type
 Manual ID
 Manual name and description
 Guarantor ID list
 Warranty ID
Product O&M information: warranty,
 Warrantor name and description
guaranty, cost
 Warranty start and end
 Spare ID, type
 Spare provider ID list
 Spare set ID
 Spare name and number
 Spare description
 Suppliers
 Instruction ID
 Instruction name
 Instruction description
 Test ID
 Test name and description
 Certification ID
Commissioning information
 Certification name and description
 Start-up and Shut-down task ID
 Emergency task ID
ASE 3—OWNER’S OCCUPANCY (FACILITY MANAGEMENT): NOT INCLUDED IN OLYMPIC TOWER
APUTO PROJECT.
9.2. CONSTRUCTION DATA COLLECTION
The construction specification data must strictly adhere to the overall construction
specifications. The BIM manager must ensure that all the information is correct and up-to-
date.

9.3. O&M DATA COLLECTION


As the construction progresses, the general contractor must collect the installed product
manuals and O&M Data and submit them with each set of As-Builts released. The BIM
Manager shall follow the owner’s requirements, which will be released in detail during the
construction phase.

9.4. DATA ENTRY PROTOCOL


The “BIM360Field” cloud platform will be used to track equipment installation, status and
information. The status will be updated as equipment is delivered, installed, ready for
inspection, approved, and commissioned. Automatic reports, in a PDF format, will be
generated once a week and shared on “BIM360DOCS Document Management System” to
all project stakeholders that require this information.

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9.5. BIM DATA OUTPUT PROTOCOL


BIM data shall be provided in the native file format of the corresponding deliverables.
Additionally, IFC4 Format files shall be provided. All data shall be documented, and any data
schema shall be provided for any linked files or linked data sets.

SECTION I: COLLABORATION PROCEDURES


1. COLLABORATION STRATEGY:
Describe how the project team will collaborate. Include items such as communication methods, document management and
transfer, and record storage, etc.
2. MEETING PROCEDURES:
The following are examples of meetings that should be considered.

PROJECT
MEETING TYPE FREQUENCY PARTICIPANTS LOCATION
STAGE

BIM REQUIREMENTS KICK-OFF

BIM EXECUTION PLAN


DEMONSTRATION

DESIGN COORDINATION

CONSTRUCTION OVER-THE-
SHOULDER PROGRESS
REVIEWS
ANY OTHER BIM MEETINGS
THAT OCCURS WITH MULTIPLE
PARTIES

3. MODEL DELIVERY SCHEDULE OF INFORMATION EXCHANGE FOR SUBMISSION AND APPROVAL:


Document the information exchanges and file transfers that will occur on the project.

DUE
INFORMATION DATE NATIVE FILE
FILE FILE ONE-TIME or MODEL MODEL
EXCHANGE or FILE EXCHANGE
SENDER RECEIVER FREQUENCY FILE SOFTWARE
START TYPE TYPE
DATE
DESIGN (FTP POST)
STRUCTURAL DESIGN .XYZ
AUTHORING - 3D (COORDINATION WEEKLY [DATE] STRUCT .XYZ
ENGINEER APP .ABC
COORDINATION LEAD)
(FTP POST)
MECHANICAL DESIGN .XYZ
(COORDINATION WEEKLY [DATE] MECH .XYZ
ENGINEER APP .ABC
LEAD)

4. INTERACTIVE WORKSPACE
The project team should consider the physical environment it will need throughout the lifecycle of the project to accommodate
the necessary collaboration, communication, and reviews that will improve the BIM Plan decision making process. Describe
how the project team will be located. Consider questions like “will the team be collocated?” If so, where is the location and
what will be in that space? Will there be a BIM Trailer? If yes, where will it be located and what will be in the space such as
computers, projectors, tables, table configuration? Include any additional information necessary information about workspaces
on the project.

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5. ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES:


(Note: File Naming and Folder Structure will be discussed in Section L: Model Structure).
The following document management issues should be resolved and a procedure should be defined for each: Permissions /
access, File Locations, FTP Site Location(s), File Transfer Protocol, File / Folder Maintenance, etc.

FILE PASSWORD FILE


FILE LOCATION FILE STRUCTURE / NAME UPDATED
TYPE PROTECT MAINTAINER

FTP SITE: YES


ROOT PROJECT FOLDER FOLDER JIM McBIM ONCE
ftp://ftp.****.com/***/**** ***********

ARCH ROOT FOLDER FOLDER ONCE

ARCH-11111-BL001.xyz .xyz DAILY

NETWORK drive @ PSU


ROOT PROJECT FOLDER FOLDER NO JIM McBIM ONCE
F:\PROJECT\BIM

Project Management
Software
www.*****.com

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SECTION J: QUALITY CONTROL


1. OVERALL STRATEGY FOR QUALITY CONTROL:
Describe the strategy to control the quality of the model.

2. QUALITY CONTROL CHECKS:


The following checks should be performed to assure quality.

RESPONSIBLE SOFTWARE
CHECKS DEFINITION FREQUENCY
PARTY PROGRAM(S)

Ensure there are no unintended model


VISUAL CHECK components and the design intent has been
followed

Detect problems in the model where two


INTERFERENCE
building components are clashing including
CHECK
soft and hard

Ensure that the BIM and AEC CADD Standard


STANDARDS
have been followed (fonts, dimensions, line
CHECK
styles, levels/layers, etc)

Describe the QC validation process used to


MODEL INTEGRITY ensure that the Project Facility Data set has no
CHECKS undefined, incorrectly defined or duplicated
elements and the reporting process on non-
compliant elements and corrective action plans

3. MODEL ACCURACY AND TOLERANCES:


Models should include all appropriate dimensioning as needed for design intent, analysis, and construction. Level of detail and
included model elements are provided in the Information Exchange Worksheet.

PHASE DISCIPLINE TOLERANCE


DESIGN DOCUMENTS ARCH ACCURATE TO +/- [ # ] OF ACTUAL SIZE AND LOCATION

SHOP DRAWINGS MECH CONTRACTOR ACCURATE TO +/- [ # ] OF ACTUAL SIZE AND LOCATION

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SECTION K: TECHNOLOGICAL INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS


1. SOFTWARE:
List software used to deliver BIM. Remove software that is not applicable.

DISCIPLINE
BIM USE SOFTWARE VERSION
(if applicable)
DESIGN AUTHORING ARCH XYZ DESIGN APPLICATION VER. X.X (YEAR)

2. COMPUTERS / HARDWARE:
Understand hardware specification becomes valuable once information begins to be shared between several disciplines or
organizations. It also becomes valuable to ensure that the downstream hardware is not less powerful than the hardware used
to create the information. In order to ensure that this does not happen, choose the hardware that is in the highest demand and
most appropriate for the majority of BIM Uses.

BIM USE HARDWARE OWNER OF HARDWARE SPECIFICATIONS

PROCESSOR, OPERATING
SYSTEM, MEMORY STORAGE,
DESIGN AUTHORING XXX COMPUTER SYSTEM ARCHITECT X
GRAPHICS, NETWORK CARD,
ETC.

3. MODELING CONTENT AND REFERENCE INFORMATION


Identify items such as families, workspaces, and databases.

DISCIPLINE MODELING CONTENT /


BIM USE VERSION
(if applicable) REFERENCE INFORMATION

DESIGN AUTHORING ARCH XYZ APP FAMILIES VER. X.X. (YEAR)

ESTIMATING CONTRACTOR PROPRIETARY DATABASE VER. X.X (YEAR)

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SECTION L: MODEL STRUCTURE


1. FILE NAMING STRUCTURE:
Determine and list the structure for model file names.

FILE NAMES FOR MODELS SHOULD BE FORMATTED AS:


DISCIPLINE - PROJECT NUMBER – BUILDING NUMBER.XYZ (example: ARCH-11111-BL001.xyz)
ARCHITECTURAL MODEL ARCH-
CIVIL MODEL CIVIL-
MECHANICAL MODEL MECH-
PLUMBING MODEL PLUMB-
ELECTRICAL MODEL ELEC-
STRUCTURAL MODEL STRUCT-
ENERGY MODEL ENERGY-
CONSTRUCTION MODEL CONST-
COORDINATION MODEL COORD-

2. MODEL STRUCTURE:
Describe and diagram how the Model is separated, e.g., by building, by floors, by zone, by areas, and/or discipline.
3. MEASUREMENT AND COORDINATE SYSTEMS:
Describe the measurement system (Imperial or Metric) and coordinate system (geo-referenced) used.

4. BIM AND CAD STANDARDS:


Identify items such as the BIM and CAD standards, content reference information, and the version of IFC, etc.

STANDARD VERSION BIM USES APLICABLE ORGANIZATIONS APLICABLE

CAD STANDARD DESIGN AUTHORING ARCHITECT

IFC VERSION/MVD(s) RECORD MODELING CONSTRUTION MANAGER

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SECTION M: PROJECT DELIVERABLES


In this section, list the BIM deliverables for the project and the format in which the information will be delivered.

APPROXIMATE DUE
BIM SUBMITTAL ITEM STAGE FORMAT NOTES
DATE
Design
Development

Construction
Documents

Construction

See Record Model Information


Record Model Close out (.xyz) Exchange to ensure that the proper
information is contained in this model

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SECTION N: DELIVERY STRATEGY / CONTRACT


1. DELIVERY AND CONTRACTING STRATEGY FOR THE PROJECT:
What additional measures need to be taken to successfully use BIM with the selected delivery method and contract type?
2. TEAM SELECTION PROCEDURE:
How will you select future team members in regards to the above delivery strategy and contract type?

3. BIM CONTRACTING PROCEDURE:


How should BIM be written into the future contracts? (If documents / contracts are developed, please attach as attachment 6)

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SECTION O: ATTACHMENTS
1. BIM USE SELECTION WORKSHEET [FROM SECTION D]
Value to Additional Resources /
Value to Responsible Capability Proceed
BIM Use* Resp Competencies Required to Notes
Project Party Rating with Use
Party Implement
High / Med / High / Med Scale 1-3 YES / NO /
Low / Low (1 = Low) MAYBE

Competency

Experience
Resources
Design/Constructability Reviews MED Architect MED 2 2 3 Yes
Facility Manager HIGH 2 2 2
Contractor HIGH 1 3 2 Need training on latest software

Cost Estimation (Planning) MED Engineer LOW 1 2 2 Requires training and basic software Overall Cost Estimation Yes

Cost Estimation (Construction) HIGH Contractor HIGH 3 2 2 Yes

3D Coordination (Design) HIGH Architect HIGH 3 3 2 Yes


Engineer HIGH 2 2 2 Coordination software required

3D Coordination (Construction) HIGH Architect MED 3 2 2 Yes


Contractor HIGH 2 3 2
Subcontractor HIGH 1 2 2 Need training on latest software Modeling learning curve possible

Site Utilization Planning MED Contractor HIGH 3 2 3 Yes

Phase Planning (4D Modeling) HIGH Contractor HIGH 2 2 2 Use for Phasing & Construction Yes

Record Modeling HIGH Contractor LOW 2 2 2 Yes


High value to owner due to intention
Architect MED 2 3 3
of future similar facility construction
Facility Manager HIGH 2 2 3

Building Maintenance Schedule LOW Facility Manager LOW 1 2 1 Large learning curve No

Design Authoring HIGH Architect HIGH 3 2 3 Yes


Engineer HIGH 2 3 2

Engineering Analysis HIGH Engineer MED 2 3 2 Yes

Digital Fabrication HIGH Digital Fabricator HIGH 3 2 3 Yes


High value to owner due to intention
of future similar facility construction

Sustainability (LEED) Analysis MED Architect MED 1 2 2 Requires training and software No
Engineer LOW 2 1 2

Building System Analysis MED Facility Manager MED 2 2 3 Yes

Disaster Planning LOW Engineer LOW 2 2 1 No


Local is not susceptible to force
majeur disaster

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3. LEVEL 2 DETAILED BIM USE PROCESS MAP(S) [FROM SECTION F]

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4. INFORMATION EXCHANGE REQUIREMENT WORKSHEET(S) [FROM SECTION G]


Design Authoring Engineering Analysis 3D Coordination Design Reviews Phase Planning (4D Cost Estimation Digital Fabrication Site Utilization 3D Coordination Record Modeling
Modeling) Planning
BIM Use Title
Project Stage Desig Design Design Design Design Construction Construction Construction Construction Operations
n Notes
Time of Exchange (SD, DD, CD, Construction) SD,D SD DD DD DD CD CD C CD Construction
CM/Trade DContractors Architect CM/Trade Contractors Contractor, Facility Manager
Contractor CM/Trade Contractors Digital Fabricator D
Contractor CM/Trade Contractors Facility Manager/ Owner
Responsible Party (Information Receiver)
Receiver File Format .RV .RVT .RVT and .NWD .PDF and .NWD .RVT, .MSP and .NWD .RVT .RVT .S .RVT and . NWD .RVT
T 2014
Revit Revit 2014 Revit 2014 and Bluebeam Revu CAD Revit 2014, MS Project Revit 2014 Revit 2014 K
Google SketchUP Revit 2014 and Revit 2014
Navisworks Manage 2014 and Navisworks 2014, Navisworks P
make- Navisworks Manage 2014
2014 Manage 2014 Manage 2014 20
Application & Version
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Resp Resp Resp Resp Resp Resp
Model Element Breakdown Info Info Notes Info Notes Info Notes Info Notes Info Notes Info Resp Party Info Resp Party Notes Info Resp Party Notes
Party
Notes Party Party Party Party Party
Notes
01 SUBSTRUCTURE
01 10 Foundations
0 10 10 Standard Foundations A-300 Eng A-300 Eng A-300 Eng B-200 Eng B-200 Eng A-300 Eng N/A A-350 Eng A-350 Eng A-500 CM
1
0 10 20 Special Foundations A-300 Eng A-300 Eng A-300 Eng B-200 Eng B-200 Eng A-300 Eng N/A A-350 Eng A-350 Eng A-500 CM
1 20 Subgrade Enclosures
0
1
0 10 Walls for Subgrade Enclosures A-300 Eng A-300 Eng A-300 Eng B-200 Eng B-200 Eng N/A A-350 Eng A-350 Eng
1
0 30 Slabs-On-Grade º
1 40 A-200 A-300 Eng A-300 Eng A-300 Eng N/A A-200 A-500 CM
10 Standard Slabs-On-Grade A-300 Eng Eng B-200 Eng Eng A-350 Eng
01 40 20 Structural Slabs-On-Grade A-300 Eng A-300 Eng A-300 Eng A-300 Eng B-200 Eng A-300 Eng N/A A-200 Eng A-350 Eng A-500 CM
01 40 30 Slab Trenches C-100 Eng C-100 Eng C-100 Eng A-300 Eng B-200 Eng A-300 Eng N/A A-300 Eng B-200 Eng A-500 CM
01 40 40 Pits and Bases C-100 Eng C-100 Eng C-100 Eng A-300 Eng B-200 Eng A-300 Eng N/A A-300 Eng B-200 Eng A-500 CM
01 40 50 Slab-On-Grade Supplementary Components C-100 Eng C-100 Eng C-100 Eng A-300 Eng B-200 Eng A-300 Eng N/A A-300 Eng B-200 Eng A-500 CM
01 60 Water and Gas Mitigation
01 60 10 Building Subdrainage A-400 Eng A-200 Eng A-300 Eng B-200 Eng C-100 Eng A-300 Eng A-400 N/A A-350 Eng A-500 CM
01 60 20 Off-Gassing Mitigation A-400 Eng A-200 Eng A-300 Eng B-200 Eng C-100 Eng A-300 Eng A-400 N/A A-350 Eng A-500 CM
01 90 Substructure Related Activities
01 90 10 Substructure Excavation N/A C-300 Eng N/A C-200 Eng N/A C-100 Eng N/A A-350 Eng N/A C-100 CM
01 90 20 Construction Dewatering N/A C-300 Eng N/A C-200 Eng N/A C-100 Eng N/A A-350 Eng N/A C-100 CM
01 90 30 Excavation Support N/A C-200 Eng N/A C-200 Eng N/A C-100 Eng N/A A-400 Eng N/A C-100 CM
01 90 40 Soil Treatment N/A C-300 Eng N/A C-100 Eng N/A C-100 Eng N/A A-200 Eng N/A C-100 CM
02 10 10 Floor Cons B-200 Eng B-200 Eng A-350 Eng A-400 Eng B-200 Eng A-300 Eng N/A A-350 Contractor A-400 Eng A-400 CM
02 10 truction
20 Roof Construction B-200 Eng B-300 Eng A-350 Eng A-400 Eng B-200 Eng A-300 Eng N/A A-300 Contractor A-400 Eng A-400 CM
02 10 30 Stairs A-400 Eng A-400 Eng A-350 Eng A-400 Eng B-200 Eng A-300 Eng N/A A-300 Contractor A-400 Eng A-400 CM
02 20 10 Exterior Walls B-200 Eng A-500 Eng B-200 Arch A-300 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Eng A-400 Dig Fab A-200 Contractor A-300 Arch A-500 CM
02 20 20 Exterior Windows B-200 Eng A-350 Eng B-200 Arch A-300 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Eng A-350 Dig Fab A-200 Contractor A-300 Arch A-500 CM
02 20 50 Exterior Doors and Grilles B-200 Eng A-350 Eng B-200 Arch A-300 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Eng A-350 Dig Fab A-200 Contractor A-300 Arch A-500 CM
02 20 70 Exterior Louvers and Vents B-200 Eng B-200 Eng B-200 Arch A-300 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Eng A-350 Dig Fab A-200 Contractor A-300 Arch A-500 CM
02 20 80 Exterior Wall Appurtenances B-200 Eng A-200 Eng B-200 Arch A-300 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Eng A-350 Dig Fab A-200 Contractor A-300 Arch A-500 CM
02 20 90 Exterior Wall Specialties B-200 Eng A-300 Eng B-200 Arch A-300 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Eng A-350 Dig Fab A-200 Contractor A-300 Arch A-500 CM
02 30 10 Roofing B-200 Eng B-200 Eng A-300 Arch A-400 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Eng A-400 Dig Fab C-300 Contractor A-350 Arch A-500 CM
02 30 20 Roof Appurtenances B-200 Eng B-200 Eng B-200 Arch A-350 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Eng A-350 Dig Fab C-300 Contractor A-300 Arch A-500 CM
02 30 40 Traffic Bearing Horizontal Enclosures B-200 Eng B-200 Eng B-200 Arch A-300 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Eng A-350 Dig Fab C-300 Contractor A-300 Arch A-500 CM
02 30 60 Horizontal Openings B-200 Eng B-200 Eng B-200 Arch A-300 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Eng A-350 Dig Fab C-300 Contractor A-300 Arch A-500 CM
02 30 80 Overhead Exterior Enclosures B-200 Eng B-300 Eng B-200 Arch A-300 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Eng A-350 Dig Fab C-300 Contractor A-300 Arch A-500 CM
03 10 10 Interior Partitions A-300 Eng A-500 Eng A-200 Arch A-350 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Arch A-400 Dig Fab C-200 Contractor A-350 Arch A-400 CM
03 10 20 Interior Windows A-300 Eng A-300 Eng A-300 Arch A-350 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Arch A-350 Dig Fab C-200 Contractor A-350 Arch A-400 CM
03 10 30 Interior Doors A-300 Eng A-300 Eng A-300 Arch A-350 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Arch A-350 Dig Fab C-200 Contractor A-350 Arch A-400 CM
03 10 40 Interior Grilles and Gates A-300 Eng B-300 Eng A-300 Arch A-350 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Arch N/A C-200 Contractor A-350 Arch A-400 CM
03 10 60 Raised Floor Construction A-300 Eng B-300 Eng A-300 Arch A-350 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Arch N/A C-200 Contractor A-350 Arch A-400 CM
03 10 70 Suspended Ceiling Construction A-300 Eng A-300 Eng A-300 Arch A-350 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Arch N/A C-200 Contractor A-350 Arch A-400 CM
03 10 90 Interior Specialties A-300 Eng B-300 Eng A-300 Arch A-300 Arch B-200 Eng A-400 Arch N/A C-200 Contractor A-350 Arch A-400 CM
03 20 10 Wall Finishes A-300 Arch N/A Arch B-200 Arch A-300 Arch B-200 Arch A-400 Arch N/A A-200 Contractor A-350 Arch A-400 CM
03 20 20 Interior Fabrications A-300 Arch B-200 Arch B-200 Arch A-400 Arch A-300 Arch A-400 Arch N/A A-200 Contractor A-400 Arch A-400 CM
03 20 30 Flooring A-300 Arch N/A Arch B-200 Arch A-400 Arch B-200 Arch A-400 Arch N/A A-200 Contractor A-350 Arch A-400 CM
03 20 40 Stair Finishes A-300 Arch N/A Arch B-200 Arch A-350 Arch B-200 Arch A-400 Arch N/A A-200 Contractor A-350 Arch A-400 CM
03 20 50 Ceiling Finishes A-300 Arch N/A Arch B-200 Arch A-350 Arch B-200 Arch A-400 Arch N/A A-200 Contractor A-350 Arch A-400 CM
04 10 10 Vertical Conveying Systems N/A C-200 Eng N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A A-300 Contractor N/A N/A
04 10 30 Horizontal Conveying Systems N/A C-200 Eng N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A A-301 Contractor N/A N/A
04 10 50 Material Handling N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A A-302 Contractor N/A N/A
04 10 80 Operable Access Systems N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A A-303 Contractor N/A N/A
04 20 10 Domestic Water Distribution A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng A-400 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng A-400 Dig Fab N/A A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 20 20 Sanitary Drainage A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng A-400 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng A-400 Dig Fab N/A A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 20 30 Building Support Plumbing Systems A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng A-350 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng A-400 Dig Fab N/A A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 20 50 General Service Compressed-Air A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng A-350 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng A-400 Dig Fab N/A A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 20 60 Process Support Plumbing Systems A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng A-350 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng A-400 Dig Fab N/A A-400 Eng A-500 CM

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04 30 Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)


04 30 10 Facility Fuel Systems A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng A-400 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng A-400 Dig Fab N/A A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 30 20 Heating Systems A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng A-400 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng A-400 Dig Fab N/A A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 30 30 Cooling Systems A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng A-400 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng A-400 Dig Fab N/A A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 30 50 Facility HVAC Distribution Systems A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng A-400 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng A-400 Dig Fab N/A A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 30 60 Ventilation A-400 Eng C-300 Eng A-350 Eng A-400 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng A-400 Dig Fab N/A A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 30 70 Special Purpose HVAC Systems A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng A-400 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng A-400 Dig Fab N/A A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 40 Fire Protection
04 40 10 Fire Suppression A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng A-350 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng N/A C-300 Contractor A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 40 30 Fire Protection Specialties A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng A-350 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng N/A A-200 Contractor A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 50 Electrical
04 50 10 Facility Power Generation A-400 Eng A-400 Eng A-350 Eng A-350 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Contractor A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 50 20 Electrical Service and Distribution A-400 Eng A-500 Eng A-350 Eng A-400 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Contractor A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 50 30 General Purpose Electrical Power A-400 Eng A-500 Eng A-350 Eng A-400 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Contractor A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 50 40 Lighting A-400 Eng A-500 Eng A-350 Eng A-400 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Contractor A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 50 50 Miscellaneous Electrical Systems A-400 Eng A-400 Eng A-350 Eng A-350 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Contractor A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 60 Communications
04 60 10 Data Communications A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng N/A B-100 Eng A-400 Eng N/A N/A A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 60 20 Voice Communications A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng N/A B-100 Eng A-400 Eng N/A N/A A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 60 30 Audio-Video Communication A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng N/A B-100 Eng A-400 Eng N/A N/A A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 60 60 Distributed Communications and Monitoring A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng N/A B-100 Eng A-400 Eng N/A N/A A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 60 90 Communications Supplementary Components A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng N/A B-100 Eng A-400 Eng N/A N/A A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 70 Electronic Safety and Security
04 70 10 Access Control and Intrusion Detection A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng B-200 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng N/A B-300 Contractor A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 70 30 Electronic Surveillance A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng B-200 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng N/A B-300 Contractor A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 70 50 Detection and Alarm A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng B-200 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng N/A B-300 Contractor A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 70 70 Electronic Monitoring and Control A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng C-200 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng N/A B-300 Contractor A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 70 90 Electronic Safety and Security Supplementary Compoenents A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Eng C-200 Eng B-100 Eng A-400 Eng N/A B-300 Contractor A-400 Eng A-500 CM
04 80 Integrated Automation
04 80 10 Integrated Automation Facility Controls A-400 Eng C-300 Eng A-350 Eng C-200 Eng B-100 Eng N/A B-300 Contractor A-400
05 EQUPMENT AND FURNISHINGS
05 10 Equipment
05 10 10 Vehicle and Pedestrian Equipment C-100 Owner N/A B-200 Owner N/A B-100 Owner B-200 Owner N/A A-200 Contractor A-300 Owner A-300 Owner
05 10 30 Commercial Equipment C-100 Owner N/A B-200 Owner N/A B-100 Owner B-200 Owner N/A A-200 Contractor A-300 Owner A-300 Owner
05 10 40 Institutional Equipment C-100 Owner N/A B-200 Owner N/A B-100 Owner B-200 Owner N/A A-200 Contractor A-300 Owner A-300 Owner
05 10 60 Residential Equipment C-100 Owner N/A B-200 Owner N/A B-100 Owner B-200 Owner N/A A-200 Contractor A-300 Owner A-300 Owner
05 10 70 Entertainment and Recreational Equipment C-100 Owner N/A B-200 Owner N/A B-100 Owner B-200 Owner N/A A-200 Contractor A-300 Owner A-300 Owner
05 10 90 Other Equipment C-100 Owner N/A C-100 Owner N/A B-100 Owner B-200 Owner N/A A-200 Contractor A-300 Owner A-300 Owner
05 20 Furnishings
05 20 10 Fixed Furnishings C-100 Owner C-300 Owner B-200 Arch B-300 Arch B-100 Owner B-200 Owner A-400 Dig Fab N/A A-200 Owner A-300 Owner
05 20 50 Movable Furnishings C-100 Owner N/A C-100 Arch B-300 Arch B-100 Owner B-200 Owner A-350 Dig Fab N/A A-200 Owner A-300 Owner
06 SPECIAL CONSTRUCATION AND DEMOLITION
06 10 Special Construction
06 10 10 Integrated Construction N/A A-350 Eng N/A A-400 Eng N/A N/A N/A A-350 Contractor N/A N/A
06 10 20 Special Structures N/A A-300 Eng N/A A-400 Eng N/A N/A N/A A-350 Contractor N/A N/A
06 10 30 Special Function Construction N/A A-350 Eng N/A A-400 Eng N/A N/A N/A A-350 Contractor N/A N/A
06 10 50 Special Facility Components N/A A-200 Eng N/A A-400 Eng N/A N/A N/A A-350 Contractor N/A N/A
06 10 60 Athletic and Recreational Special Construction N/A A-200 Eng N/A A-350 Eng N/A N/A N/A A-200 Contractor N/A N/A
06 10 80 Special Instrumentation N/A C-200 Eng N/A A-200 Eng N/A N/A N/A A-200 Contractor N/A N/A
06 20 Facility Remediation
06 20 10 Hazardous Materials Remediation N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A A-200 Contractor N/A N/A
06 30 Demolition
06 30 10 Structure Demolition N/A A-300 Eng N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A A-200 Contractor N/A N/A
06 30 30 Selective Demolition N/A A-300 Eng N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A A-200 Contractor N/A N/A
06 30 50 Structure Mo ving N/A A-300 Eng N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A A-200 Contractor N/A N/A

07 10 10 Site Clearing C-100 CM N/A C-100 Arch N/A C-100 CM A-400 CM N/A A-400 Contractor B-200 Contractor C-200 CM
07 10 20 Site Elements Demolition C-100 CM B-300 CM C-100 Arch N/A C-100 CM A-400 CM N/A A-400 Contractor B-200 Contractor C-200 CM
07 10 30 Site Element Relocation C-100 CM C-200 CM C-100 Arch N/A C-100 CM A-400 CM N/A A-400 Contractor B-200 Contractor C-200 CM
07 10 50 Site Remediation C-100 CM N/A C-100 Arch N/A C-100 CM A-400 CM N/A A-350 Contractor B-200 Contractor C-200 CM
07 10 70 Site Earthwork C-100 CM B-300 CM C-100 Arch N/A C-100 CM A-400 CM N/A A-500 Contractor B-200 Contractor C-200 CM
07 20 Site Improvements
07 20 10 Roadways C-100 CM C-100 CM B-100 Arch A-400 Eng B-100 CM A-400 CM N/A A-300 Contractor B-200 Arch C-200 CM
07 20 20 Parking Lots C-100 CM C-100 CM B-100 Arch A-400 Eng B-100 CM A-400 CM N/A A-300 Contractor B-200 Arch C-200 CM
07 20 30 Pedestrian Plazas and Walkways C-100 CM C-100 CM B-100 Arch A-350 Eng B-100 CM A-400 CM N/A A--300 Contractor B-200 Arch C-200 CM
07 20 40 Airfields C-100 CM C-100 CM B-100 Arch A-300 Eng B-100 CM A-400 CM N/A A-300 Contractor B-200 Arch C-200 CM
07 20 50 Athletic, Recreational, and Playfield Areas C-100 CM C-100 CM B-100 Arch A-400 Eng B-100 CM A-400 CM N/A A-200 Contractor B-200 Arch C-200 CM
07 20 60 Site De velopment C-100 CM N/A B-100 Arch A-300 Eng B-100 CM A-400 CM N/A A-350 Contractor B-200 Arch C-200 CM
07 20 80 Landscaping C-100 CM N/A B-100 Arch A-300 Eng B-100 CM A-400 CM N/A C-200 Contractor B-200 Arch C-200 CM

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07 30 10 Water Utilities A-300 CM N/A A-350 Eng A-300 Eng B-200 CM A-400 Eng A-400 A-300 Contractor A-400 Eng C-200 Eng
07 30 20 Sanitary Sewerage Utilities A-300 CM N/A A-350 Eng A-300 Eng B-200 CM A-400 Eng A-400 A-300 Contractor A-400 Eng C-200 Eng
07 30 30 Storm Drainage Utilities A-300 CM C-100 CM A-350 Eng A-200 Eng B-200 CM A-400 Eng A-400 A-100 Contractor A-400 Eng C-200 Eng
07 30 50 Site Energy Distribution A-300 CM A-200 CM A-350 Eng A-200 Eng B-200 CM A-400 Eng N/A A-300 Contractor A-400 Eng C-200 Eng
07 30 60 Site Fuel Distribution A-300 CM C-100 CM A-350 Eng A-200 Eng B-200 CM A-400 Eng N/A A-300 Contractor A-400 Eng C-200 Eng
07 30 90 Liquid and Gas Site Utilites Supplementary Components A-300 CM C-100 CM A-350 Eng A-200 Eng B-200 CM A-400 Eng N/A A-300 Contractor A-400 Eng C-200 Eng
07 40 Electrical Site Improvements
07 40 10 Site Electric Distribution Systems C-100 CM C-300 CM A-350 Eng A-200 Eng B-200 CM A-400 Eng N/A A-350 Contractor A-400 Eng C-200 Eng
07 40 50 Site Lighting C-100 CM C-300 CM A-350 Eng A-300 Eng B-200 CM A-400 Eng N/A A-400 Contractor A-400 Eng C-200 Eng
07 50 Site Communications
07 50 10 Site Communications Systems C-100 CM N/A A-350 Eng N/A B-200 CM A-400 Eng N/A A-400 Contractor A-400 Eng C-200 Eng
07 60 Miscellaneous Site Construction
07 60 10 Tunnels N/A A-200 A-350 Eng A-350 Eng B-200 N/A N/A A-400 Contractor A-400 Eng N/A
A Additional Information
A Construction Systements
A Construction Equipment N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A A-400 Contractor N/A N/A
B Temporary Safety N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A A-400 Contractor N/A N/A
C Temporary Security N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A A-350 Contractor N/A N/A
D Temporary Facilities N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A A-500 Contractor N/A N/A
E Weather Protection N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A A-200 Contractor N/A N/A

B Space
B
A Analysis Space
Construction Activity Space N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A A-300
A-200 Contractor N/A N/A

C Information
B Construction
A Engineering Information
Information A-300 Eng
CM A-300 Eng N/A A-300 Eng
CM N/A A-400 Eng
CM N/A A-300 Eng
Contractor N/A C-200 Eng
CM
C Record Information A-300 CM A-300 Eng A-300 Arch A-400 CM N/A A-300 Eng/Arch/CM N/A C-200 CM

C Datum
B Grid
A Levels A-300 Eng/CM A-300 Eng A-350 Eng/Arch B-300 Eng B-300 Eng/CM A-400 Eng/CM N/A N/A A-400 Eng/Arch C-200 Eng/CM
C Orgin A-300 Eng/CM A-300 Eng A-350 Eng/Arch A-300 Eng B-300 Eng/CM A-400 Eng/CM N/A N/A A-400 Eng/Arch C-200 Eng/CM

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