Probably one of the most frequently asked questions from anyone working on a BIM project is “How much information should be in my model, or how much information am I expected to provide?”
To answer the question, we first need to ask, what do you mean by “your model”?
What is meant by ‘information model’?
PAS1192-2 defines the Project Information Model (PIM) and Asset Information Model (AIM) as the combination of graphical data, non-graphical data and documents related to a building or construction project, all stored and managed in a Common Data Environment (CDE).
The Project Information Model (PIM) starts off as the “design intent” model, then progresses to the construction information model. It provides the historical development of all the project information…