BIM Methodology and Technical Databases


The course aims to provide trainees with knowledge in the following areas:
• The BIM environment and the new way of preparing, organizing and managing the railway rehabilitation project process;
• Information and classification systems to be used in the organization and management of the railway rehabilitation project process.

General characterization





Responsible teacher

Zuzana Dimitrovova


Weekly - Available soon

Total - 12

Teaching language



• Basic notions of construction management and information recording (databases).


• ISO 12006-2: 2015. Building construction - Organization of information about construction works - Part 2: Framework for classification.
• Uniclass.
• ProNIC, Memorando ProNIC. pp. 1–11, 2015.
• American Institute of Architects (AIA). Building Information Modeling and Digital Data Exhibit, 2013.
• British Standards Institution (BSI). Specification for information management for the capital / delivery phase of construction projects using building information modelling, 2013.
• Eastman C., Teicholz, P., Sacks, R. and Liston, K. BIM Handbook A guide to Building information Modeling for Owner, Manager, Designers, Engineers, and Contractors. ISBN 9780470541371, 2011.

Teaching method

The teaching methodology comprises theoretical-practical classes, where several topics related to: i) Maturity and implementation of BIM are addressed; ii) Digitization of construction and BIM modelling; iii) Classification systems for construction; iv) Standardization of technical information (ProNIC); v) Interoperability between information systems; vi) Application of BIM in railway rehabilitation; in addition to the presentation of application examples in lectures

Classes are presented on a digital platform (Zoom), using slides, copies of which are made available to trainees. The evaluation of the discipline is carried out through practical assignments and their respective presentation.

Evaluation method

Report (80%) and its presentation (20%)

Subject matter

• Maturity and implementation of BIM
• Digitalization of construction and BIM modelling
• Classification systems for construction
• Standardization of technical information (ProNIC)
• Interoperability between information systems
• Application of BIM in railway rehabilitation


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