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Published: Građevinar 67 (2015) 6
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BIM teaching as support to integrated design practice

Iva Kovacic, Michael Filzmoser, Kristina Koesel, Lars Oberwinter, Ardeshir Mahdavi

Abstract

An increase in the size of projects, ambitious design objectives, and a greater number of participants in the planning process, call for an effective integrated planning practice, and an adequate software support, such as the BIM (Building Information Modelling) tools. However, the BIM skills as demanded by practice are not represented in lecturing plans and programs at technical universities. This paper presents the interdisciplinary BIM design course conducted at the Vienna University of Technology. The feedback received from students has proven to be beneficial for creating guidelines for further BIM teaching activities.

Keywords
modern modelling in civil engineering, interdisciplinary course, integrated planning process, BIM

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Kovacic, I., Filzmoser, M., Koesel, K., Oberwinter, L., Mahdavi, A.: BIM teaching as support to integrated design practice, GRAĐEVINAR, 67 (2015) 6, pp. 537-546, doi: https://doi.org/10.14256/JCE.1163.2014

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Kovacic, I., Filzmoser, M., Koesel, K., Oberwinter, L., Mahdavi, A. (2015). BIM teaching as support to integrated design practice, GRAĐEVINAR, 67 (6), 537-546, doi: https://doi.org/10.14256/JCE.1163.2014

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Authors:
Iva Kovacic WEB
Iva Kovacic
Vienna University of Technology
Institute for Interdisciplinary Building Process Management
Department for Industrial Building
Michael Filzmoser WEB
Michael Filzmoser
Vienna University of Technology
Institute of Management Science
Kristina Kiesel WEB
Kristina Koesel
Vienna University of Technology
Institute of Architectural Sciences
Lars Oberwinter WEB
Lars Oberwinter
Vienna University of Technology
Institute for Interdisciplinary Building Process Management
Department for Industrial Building
Prof Mahdavi web
Ardeshir Mahdavi
Vienna University of Technology, Institute of Architectural Sciences,