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BS 1192-4:2014 pdf free.Collaborative production of information Part 4: Fulilling employer’s information exchange requirements using COBie – Code of practice.
The process of exchanging COBie deliverables should be integral to the whole Facility lifecycle (see Figure 5) to maximize the benefit and efficiency of the employer-side pull for information.
NOTE The process can be reviewed by roles (4.2) or by provider/receiver relationship (4.3) or by Facility lifecycle (4.4).
Processes by role
Employer’s role
The employer should be specific about the purposes supporting the ownership of the Facility for which the information is required and about the timing and content of any interim deliveries so as to allow the supply chain to respond appropriately.
An employer should require the delivery of COBie from the lead designer and/or lead contractor. A finalized COBie should be required at the time of handover, but earlier serial deliveries may be used to monitor the business case and lifecycle decisions for the Facility, and to help plan for taking the Facility into ownership and operation.
NOTE 1 For further in formation see PAS 1192-2.
The COBie information should be archived for record purposes when delivered, and may be held in Portfolio, Asset and Facility Management applications.
The information should be maintained so as to be available to support the tendering of parallel operational activities and for future projects.
NOTE 2 For further in formation see PAS 1192-3.
Designers, contractors and service providers role
The project team should document information about a Facility in both its spatial and physical aspects. Spatially they should document the Spaces (locations) and their allocation to a Floor (region) and their grouping into Zones. Physically they should document the Components and their specification by product Type and their grouping into functional Systems.
NOTE 1 In federated BIM (level 2) projects, information for COBIe is likely to be available from the models, structured specifications and other schedules. Wherever possible, data should be mapped to COBie automatically. The lead designer and contractor should specify the required COBie information on specific aspects from their supply chain. Lead parties should ensure that their supply chains deliver these specified aspects for inclusion in the COBie deliverable.
NOTE 2 For further information see PAS 1192-2 and PAS 1192-3.
NOTE 3 In projects with less structured in formation (level 1), the information needed to complete the COBie deliverable might already be available in reports and schedules and in other unstructured material prepared for handover. In integrated BIM (level 3) projects, the majority of the information required is likely to be available from direct access to the model but the CQBie deliverable might remain useful to the employer.
Where an asset is sensitive from a security perspective (physical and/or information security), this information should be handled in a separate limited access COBie deliverable.
Supply chain role
The supply chain should deliver the specified aspects of the Requirements. NOTE 1 The supply chain might include consultants, specialist sub-contractors, product suppliers and manufacturers.
If the employer’s information purposes include the “specification/selection/ replacement” process, then the product Types should be given the necessary specification Attributes.
NOTE 2 The product in formation might also include operational recommendations relating to the installation, maintenance operation and emergency procedures. It might also include in formation relating to the economic and environmental Impact of
the product. It might include information about its Connections and other interfaces.
NOTE 3 The chosen dPoW might contain more specific properties.
NOTE 4 See BS 8541 for further information.BS 1192-4 pdf download.

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