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TÜV SÜD open BIM Model Check is a quality benchmark for Industry Foundation Class (IFC) projects/IFC models. It provides transparency and neutral quality check for building owners, consultants and contractors.
With 70 rulesets, the BIM model check answers the three major questions:
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TÜV SÜD’s BIM experts and project auditors have compiled 70 rulesets covering quality and risk items in four areas:
1. Model Structure & Integrity: Validate core measures of proper Virtual Design & Construction (VDC) for IFC on trade level and federated model level. Avoid incorrect/incomplete model federation and information take-off.
2. Modelling Guidelines: Review important component-related model specifications. Ensure accurate component and project structure to avoid time and cost intensive re-modelling due to missing information.
3. Information Requirements: Check trade- superordinate IFC code alignments, requirements and Level-of-Information (LoI) specifications to ensure that correct IFC setup is implemented at any trade and component. Avoid the use of faulty, inconsistent or doubled information during quantity takeoffs, construction scheduling, layout planning and calculations of pipes, ducts and etc.
4. Geometric Requirements: Examine trade-specific federated coordination, analysability as well as geometry plausibility to ensure that spatial and geometric assessments (e.g. clash detections) are carried out on accurate models. Avoid incorrect geometry analysis.