Top-notch Talent BIM Education Based on Program of Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Rui HE, Li-Feng XU, Kai-Lang HUANG, Fang-Qiao HU, Jian WEN, Jia-Ning GU

Abstract


After finishing a standard BIM course of study, selected students are invited to accept advanced BIM training completed in cooperation with various companies and using a variety of models. The results, which include further development using Revit for BIM and identification of a needed project, are actually adopted by the company and used to guide the work in the actual construction phase.

Keywords


Bim (Building Information Modeling), Case Study, Top-notch Talent, Project of Innovation and Entrepreneurship


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/esem2017/15068

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