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  • PublisherCIBSE
  • Product CodeDE3T
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  • Publication DateDec 2016
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DE3T: BIM Execution Plans Templates

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DE3T: BIM Execution Plans Templates

CIBSE makes available here Templates to support the recently released 'DE3 BIM Execution Plans', the third in a series that CIBSE will be publishing in the coming months and years.

The series aims to assist members of the Institution and of the full supply chain, clients and their operational management as well as consultants, contractors, and manufacturers of all kinds, to tackle the practical challenges specifically of the BIM processes, and of digital engineering more widely.

These free-to-download templates are generic and can be modified in any way users see fit. They can be accessed direct from the list below. These are:
1) BIM Execution Plan Pre-contract template - available here
2) BIM Execution Plan Post-contract template - available here
3) Task Information Delivery Plan (TIDP) template - available here
4) Level of Development matrix template - available here
5) Model Review Meeting Agenda template - available here
6) Model Review Meeting Minutes template - available here.

The first on this list is available via the download button, above right.

Note: the templates are issued to aid users but it is down to them to ensure their suitability, completeness and accuracy for their purposes.
 
The main document DE3 is described and can be purchased from here.
 
Introduction to this CIBSE Guidance and Training

The Digital Engineering titles are the first releases in a series that CIBSE will be publishing in the coming months and years in order to assist members of the Institution and of the full supply chain, clients and their operational management as well as consultants, contractors, and manufacturers of all kinds, to tackle the practical challenges specifically of the BIM processes, and of digital engineering more widely.
 
CIBSE's Digital Engineering series represents the output of a co-ordinated and comprehensive approach from CIBSE that is designed to deliver the guidance and training that will enable readers and users to engage with and deliver the practical results that clients, led by Government since April 2016, now require from those responsible for the design, installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of building services.

The full set of titles within the Digital Engineering Series, so far published as at April 2017, are listed below. Each is linked to the appropiate page of our website:

 Acknowledgements
Carl Collins (Author) – Consultant to CIBSE