80/044 - BUILDING PRODUCTION PROCESSES AND METHODS
Academic Year 2020/2021
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EMANUELA QUAQUERO (Tit.)
- Teaching style
- Lingua Insegnamento
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Lessons and practices are the first tools in order to transfer concepts, information and interpretative schemes. Frontal lessons are aimed at acquiring basic knowledge through learning based on models. These are in general tools suggested when all the attendees have no elements about the contents treated.
On the basis of the specific phase and topic, the lesson can be frontal, interactive or tutorial in order to stimulate discussion and debate among.
Course topics focus on tools and procedures which can improve the final quality of building process. In order to reach this outcome, a consistent part of the course is aimed at analyzing project management techniques and at their implementing in the building process.
The course investigates the stages of the building process that are upstream and downstream of the final project. So you need to know:
• the dynamics that lead to the formation of the final project and its contents
• the principles of Technical Architecture
Rules and regulations about public
procurements and quality,
project management history and techniques,
BIM methodology and tools: from drawing to simulation
Introduction to BIM metholology,
BIM- technical heart and collaborative process,
Standard BIM and interoperability
Overview of Autodesk Revit features.
30 h: frontal lesson
20 h: workshop
During the Covid 19 emergency phase, lessons and design workshops can be held online.
Verification of learning
At the end of the exercises, the students will have to present a group work on the design of a building with BIM techniques.
The final exam consists of an oral discussion on course topics.
Exercises and lessons.
Bim 3.0 Dal disegno alla simulazione.(Argiolas, Prenza, Quaquero) Gangemi editore
Il BIM. Guida completa al building information modeling.
Edizione italiana a cura di Giuseppe Martino Di Giuda e