Revised version v1.1 Dutch BIM standard. of 1 February 2013.
Version 1.1 of the standard is the result of advice and practical findings. To apply the standard to clarify and facilitate a number of technical and substantive changes made. In some cases, a different technical solution has been adopted in order to achieve a similar result. In addition, a number of additional requirements have been removed and editorial corrections made.
Overview of the main changes:
the concept of LOD is deleted;
the use of layers in IFC has been replaced by the use of a classification;
all storey transcendent spaces per floor should be split;
Official translation of Finith E. Jernigan’s “BIG BIM little bim” into Dutch, produced by Oadis.
With the release of BIG BIM little bim in Dutch, a highly focused national effort can be planned and measured. When a country is successful at implementing what is outlined in BIG BIM little bim, it will be possible for other governments do the same.
When enough government owners start demanding the use of BIM and related business processes, such as the UK, and commercial building industries get behind the benefits laid out in BIG BIM little bim, we will be creating the standard for sustainable facilities.