BIM in Construction Operation
About this course
Page last updated 26 September 2019
Building Information Modelling (BIM) in Design, Construction and Operations is fast becoming the industry standard approach to designing, analysing, and managing building lifecycle.
BIM in Construction Operation looks at a range of BIM approaches and applications for construction planning and operations, including simulating construction schedules and logistics, buildability forecasting and clash detection.
Participants are expected to have a first degree at 2.2 level or above (or equivalent), or alternatively have industrial experience. We strongly recommend that you speak to the course tutor prior to the course if you are unsure about your suitability to complete the assessment.
Careers / Further study
This module can be taken as a stand alone module, or used to build up credit towards a named postgraduate qualification (PG Certificate, PG Diploma or Masters) within our Environment and Technology Awards.
On successful completion of this module students will be able to:
1. Critically evaluate current practice in the use of BIM for construction operations;
2. Simulate construction schedules and logistics using BIM to communicate and evaluate project activities;
3. Apply BIM for buildability scenario forecasting, including interference management and clash detection;
4. Use BIM for construction system design;
5. Evaluate the role of BIM for site utilisation planning;
6. Critically analyse BIM for phase planning;
7. Assess collaborative practices in a multidisciplinary team;
8. Work as part of a team.
Learning and Teaching
The module is delivered by way of five study days for face to face teaching.
Recorded lectures and the use of email discussion groups of virtual learning
environments (VLEs) and other technology-aided means are also employed.
The module will be assessed through a practical skills assessment and a written report.
The University has excellent facilities, accessible to all students, as required; however, it is expected that much of the work will be carried out within the work environment.
Find out more about the facilities and resources UWE has to offer.
Supplementary fee information
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How to apply
As this module carries university accreditation, once you have submitted your booking form, you will be required to provide the following supporting information to the administration team for the module tutor to be able to review and formally accept your application as required by the university.
- An up-to-date copy of your Curriculum Vitae (including contact details of a work or academic reference)
- A brief personal statement to support your application
- A copy of your highest qualification certificate and transcript of modules studied
- A copy of photographic proof of ID (i.e. driver's licence/passport). For non UK students, this must be a copy of your passport
- If English is not your country's first language, you will be required to provide evidence to show you meet the UK Border Agency and the University's minimum English Language requirements. Further details are available on our English Language Requirements webpage regarding required levels for study
On acceptance onto the module, you will be registered onto our student system to give you access to university resources, including the library and your module BlackBoard site where course materials and pre-reading/work will be posted.
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For further information
- Email: For all queries regarding administration aspects of registration, i.e. dates, fees, etc. please contact us using the online enquiry form link. For any questions in relation to the course, i.e. content, assessments, etc. please contact the Programme Leader directly.
- Telephone: +44 (0)117 32 86304