PAS specifies requirements for security-minded management of BIM and and construction information that is defined within BS + A BS NAMING PROTOCOL. BIM FUNDAMENTALS. EIR. Tender. Bid. Review. Contract. CDE. Mobilise. RIBA 2. RIBA 3. RIBA 4. RIBA 5. RIBA 6. Table 5 – Standard codes for suitability models and documents 24 This British Standard supersedes BS , which is withdrawn.
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PAS is a specification for security-minded building information modelling (BIM), digital built environments and smart asset management. It details. BS Construction drawing practice. Guide for structuring and exchange of PDF (Personal Use) 5 Common methods of structuring graphic data. BS defines the UK usage of COBie, an internationally agreed information BIM (UK level 2), alongside BIM models and PDF documents. It can be used . NOTE See A.5 for the COBie spreadsheet representation.
Impacts should be associated to the Facility as a whole. The project production and in-use running Impacts should be documented separately.
NOTE 1 Labour cost rates are not required.
Recycling of the physical assets should be supported with detailed information relating to the principal constituent materials. Additional Attributes may be specified in the chosen dPoW. Where the item to be decommissioned or disposed of has a security function, or has processed or stored commercially sensitive, or personally identifiable information PII or classified information it should be decommissioned and disposed of in accordance with the relevant security guidance and best practice as identified in the security strategy, or subsequently modified in light of new national, legal or regulatory requirements.
Testing should be against compliance with the COBie definition schema with additional rules implied by the specific requirements here and in Clause 7.
NOTE 1 This format is acceptable to most spreadsheet and database applications. Formats containing macros or other embedded code might be rejected by firewalls and security scans.
All sheets, columns and header rows should be present in the deliverable, and named and ordered in the same way as the standard. A blank row should not occur before a row containing data or a header.
This information should not change. Any additional sheets specified by the employer should occur in the deliverable after the final PickLists sheet. NOTE 4 Any additional sheets might not be read by receiving applications.
British Standards and Publicly Available Specifications PAS from This code of practice defines expectations for bx exchange of information throughout the lifecycle of ba Facility. Standard Number BS Briefing for design and construction.
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About BIM Level 2. The standard applies to all new buildings projects and major refurbishments.
It is applicable to the provision of documentation supporting this purpose during design, construction, testing and commissioning, handover, start-up of operations and defined periods of aftercare. The new standard adopts the structure and format of its companion document, BS , and as such incorporates the principles of briefing associated with BIM Level 2 and Government Soft Landings.
BS is the only standard to provide briefing recommendations for the design and operational performance of infrastructure assets. Collaborative production of architectural, engineering and construction information.
It provides the template for common naming conventions and approaches to collaborative working for use in architecture, engineering and construction. It also facilitates efficient data use in facilities management.
The principles for information sharing and common modelling outlined in this standard underpin the BIM Level 2 standards and are equally applicable to building and civil projects. PAS focuses specifically on project delivery, where the majority of graphical data, non-graphical data and documents, known collectively as the project information model PIM , are accumulated from design and construction activities.
The intended audience for this PAS includes organizations and individuals responsible for the procurement, design, construction, delivery, operation and maintenance of buildings and infrastructure assets.