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Évolution des méthodes de travail en bureau d'études paysage : les intérêts du BIM (Building Information Modeling)

Abstract : BIM (Building Information Modeling) is a collaborative working process based on a digital model and its database, under recent development in the building sector. Landscaping is becoming an important part of urban planning, a landscape designer is usually associated within a team applying to a bid solicitation, public or private. If working methods are changing in this sector, then the landscape design must adapt and assimilate the resources, this dissertation is aiming it. This brief is presenting what BIM is, in order to identify its issues and set a proper adaptation method, based on the feedbacks of building designers, who are already working with BIM. Their technic is explored to determine how to adapt it for the landscape designers. UrbaTerra is a consultancy agency of landscape, roads and networks, implementing BIM. This example allows us to pilot the adaptation strategy, for the number of urban planning bid solicitation is increasing. BIM is a 3D digital model, complemented by an important database that every stakeholder personalise. It provides a more completed design of the project, which can be used all throughout operation, anticipating its maintenance. Landscape designers have to model plants and complete the database with their information and characteristics, thus assuring a proper maintenance all along its exploitation. The landscape branch’s challenge is to create “living” objects libraries, unlike other building trades.
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Jeanne Martin. Évolution des méthodes de travail en bureau d'études paysage : les intérêts du BIM (Building Information Modeling). Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2017. ⟨dumas-01643284⟩



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