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Computing in Construction Management

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126PPRI Z,ZK 8 2P+5C Czech
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Department of Construction Management and Economics

The course is divided into two blocks: 1. Computer support of process control, 2. Basic practices of information modeling (BIM). In the course, students will learn the basics of simulation approach to the management of technical-economic processes of various nature. It also includes an introduction to computer simulation of various construction processes and practical application for control examples.

The second block of the subject is focused to view of information modeling from a theoretical and especially practical point of view (3D modeling, line construction, MEP, process modeling, formats, common data environment).


Basic using MS Office programs, especially MS Excel, MS Powerpoint. The advantage of skills with CAD applications and BIM applications (Revit or others). Advanced PC skills are an advantage.

Syllabus of lectures:

Block Computer Support:

1. Dynamic processes in management, introduction to modeling

2. Risk process and its creation, terminology, management

3. DSS, Reporting as Part of DSS

4. Change Management

5. Performance of process management

BIM block:

6. Introduction to BIM issues

7. BIm from different perspectives

8. BIM in the Czech Republic and abroad

9. BIM in transport constructions

10. BIM in civil engineering

11. IFC and Other Interchange Formats, Legislation and Contractual Security

Syllabus of tutorials:

Block Computer Support:

1. Definition of the selected dynamic process

2. Simulation and evaluation of the selected process

3. Build a simple DSS for the production process

4. Compilation of the report and evaluation of information from the DSS production process

5. Preparation of management interventions based on KPIs

6. Compilation of graphical report from production process management

BIM Block

7. Introduction to modelling

8. Project - assignment and work on model

9. Project - work on model

10. BIM in traffic constructions

11. BIM in MEP

12. Analyses in model

Study Objective:

The aim of the block Computer Control Support is the ability to process a model of technical-economic process of various nature. The model is processed in the environment of an common office application (MS Excel), which the student can handle at a solid user level. The aim is to teach students basic approaches in the field of computer support of control with a focus on simulation of control and technical-economic processes.

The aim of the Information Modelling block is to acquaint students with selected software tools for BIM and to create basic habits of object-oriented parametric modeling, which they can build on in the next stages of study. The second objective is to acquaint students in a similar spirit with the basics of building information modeling in a cross-sectional manner at a general level.

Study materials:

1. Beran, V., Dlask, P.: Management udržitelného rozvoje regionů, sídel a obcí, 1. vyd. Praha: ACADEMIA, nakladatelství AV ČR, 2005. 330 s. ISBN 80-200-1201-X

2. Matějka, P. et al.: Základy implementace BIM na českém stavebním trhu. Fineco, 2012, ISBN 978-80-86590-10-3.

3. Dlask, P.; Beran, V.; Kubíčková, P., Modelování při řízení, Praha: Wolters Kluwer ČR, a. s., 2011. ISBN 978-80-7357-704-9.

4. Cryer, C.W. A Math Primer for Engineers, IOS Press, 2014, ISBN 9781614992981

5. Sokolowski, J.A, Banks, C.M., Handbook of Real-World Applications in Modeling and Simulation, Wiley, ISBN 9781118117774

6. Eastman, C et al.: BIM Handbook: A Guide to Building Information Modeling for Owners, Managers, Designers, Engineers, and Contractors. Wiley, 2011, ISBN 978-0-470-54137-1

7. Smith, D.K.: Building Information Modeling: A Strategic Implementation Guide for Architects, Engineers, Constructors, and Real Estate Asset Managers. Wiley, 2009, ISBN: 978-0470250037.

8. Hardin, B.: BIM and Construction Management: Proven Tools, Methods and Workflows. Sybex, 2009, ISBN 978-04-70402-35-1.

9. www.bimdictionary.com

Further information:
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