28 Mar Can we talk! (arms on hips) I am staring at E and wondering “should we do this?” on a new project that is very important to our firm. 11 Mar The Building Information Modeling Protocol Exhibit Document E was developed by the American Institute of Architects in and is an. 14 Jun When working with Building Information Modeling (BIM) technology, contract documents concerning the development and usage of the actual.

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The 5 basic levels of development are explained clearly. For a description of the difference between Level of Development and Level of Detail look at this blog post: I would like to hear from people who have and have not, and the consequences.

AIA E Building information Modeling Protocol Exhibit

Image courtesy of Mortenson Construction. Does anyone have any comments on this issue? By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here I have heard rumors that it is under revision. Email Print Facebook Twitter Google.

I tend to throw E out the window because it is very vague and not well defined yet – on it’s own. While these areas are important to define, the key part of E is the definition of two fundamental concepts: Something as generalized as a specification by LOD cannot possibly apply in every situation or to every question related to scope of work. Newer Post Older Post Home.


It is a valuable document for all parties involved in the BIM process as it establishes expectations for aaia. That will likely change very soon. The above standards information should be part of any organization that utilizes BIM technology. So, how would you propose to integrate the interior elements like Ducts etc. Notify me of new comments via email. Email required Address never made public. There was a lot of talk about E when it came out inbut I haven’t heard much talk lately.

All Things BIM: AIA BIM Protocol (E)

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. One of my clients is already half-way through the building construction and now have his client asking him to quote for an As-Built BIM Model to be produced after completion of the building via Laser to BIM approach.

File naming Family naming Level of detail expected in families Parameter naming and format View naming and what is show in the view Workset naming and what is included in the workset File linking methods for various file types Exporting methods Text, dimension, and other annotation standards Project units Lineweights Line Patterns Detailing process The above standards information should be part of any organization that utilizes BIM technology.

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Have you found the need to create a custom version of this document? Doug, good blog post, it caught my eye. I’m not sure why it was changed to “Level of Development” You are commenting using your Facebook account.

The E document needs to be utilized regardless of the BIM software being used. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: I have also been reviewing the E lately and I have found one major discrepancy and that is the definition of “LOD”. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Notify me of new comments via email.

iaa Did they change the name to Level of Development? Dont forget the Vico Software!! The Levels of Development are paired with an assigned MEA for each major building assembly as shown in a filled-out sample below:.

With more and more clients expecting your BIM to be used by their Facilities people we are going to see the “gorilla” jump on our backs.

Article 2 Protocol of the document includes 2. I presume that would fall under the category ala LOD ? I thought it was Level of Detail.