BLDG5801 Major Project Online

12 points
(see Timetable)
(see Summer Timetable)
Semester 1OnlineOnline
Semester 2OnlineOnline
Summer teaching periodOnlineOnline
This unit facilitates independent study and research in a team environment to solve simulated complex construction problems through a real time design and construct scenario, culminating in an exhibition and presentation of BIM information.

Supervision will be centred around the individuals capacity to find and resolve complex problems and decisions using the tools developed through the Master's program. There will be a strong emphasis on collaborative process and the effective communication of higher order thinking to facilitate judicious and ethical practice.
Students are able to (1) apply theoretical understanding of processes of conceptualisation and documentation to design a large scale complex [multi – storey] building using BIM models; (2) apply technical and analytical skills to produce a legible and accessible BIM model of high quality; and (3) competently coordinate collaborative process and articulate complex ideas in a concise manner to users within BIM environment.
Indicative assessments in this unit are as follows: digital folio. Further information is available in the unit outline.

Supplementary assessment is not available in this unit.
Unit Coordinator(s)
Rene Van Meeuwen
Unit rules
BLDG5001 BIM Authors Online and Enrollment in 25560 Master of Building Information Modelling (Online) (coursework) or 25540 Master of Building Information Modelling (coursework)
BLDG5100 BIM Dimensions or BLDG5101 BIM Dimensions Online; BLDG5200 Digital Site or BLDG5201 Digital Site Online; BLDG5300 BIM Sustainability or BLDG5301 BIM Sustainability Online; BLDG5500 BIM Network Teams or BLDG5501 Network Teams Online; BLDG5700 BIM Manager or BLDG5701 BIM Manager Online.
Contact hours
3 hour studio per week
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