Historic England (HE) has published online its second guidance on Building Information Modelling (BIM) –‘BIM for Heritage – Developing the Asset Information Model‘ – with downloads that include Word templates to assist in the development individual Asset Information, Exchange Information and Organisational Information requirements.
Paul Bryan writes in the Summary section:
… Entitled ‘BIM for Heritage – Developing the Asset Information Model‘ this new guidance is the second in a series of documents on BIM for heritage and focuses on heritage asset management, in particular conservation repair and maintenance, and suggests that the first task when adopting a BIM information management approach is to develop an Asset Information Model (AIM).
The document can be downloaded… along with three Word templates to assist in the development of your own Asset Information (AIR), Exchange Information (EIR) and Organisational Information (OIR) requirements.
The document has been prepared by myself and Joanna Hull, Doctoral Researcher on Heritage BIM at the University of Reading, and forms part of Historic England’s online technical advice on ‘Surveying and Recording Heritage’.
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