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    Posted: 30 Nov 2012 at 1:27pm
Can anyone help. We are compliing our BIM standards/protocol's for the office and the current project in particular and are looking at defining what level BIM we are looking to achieve.
 
Although I have found various definitions and optinions on what defines the levels is there a statutory or definitive guide which states what the BIM levels are and what they pertain?
 
I have looked at for example the BS 1192 2007 but that didn't give me what I was after.
 
Any help would be appreciated.
 
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Hi, the best i have seen to data is on Ploughman Cravens website. They have created a BIM specification. And it is very good, you can download it for free. Basically shows how to caputre data from a as built aspect.
 
 
But further through sets up levels of detail ie: Level1 to Level5 with the later being much more complex. Level3 they class as standard. Hope this was of help!!!
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