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BIM education in Saimaa University of
Applied Sciences
Lappeenranta
Timo Lehtoviita
Senior Lecturer
MSc Civ.Eng.
Saimaa University of Applied Sciences (SUAS)
[email protected]
+358405801752
Civil engineering education/BIM in SUAS
Master level 60 cu
20 students
- 2 years
-Final thesis 30 cu
Double degree 60 cu
Using BIM in Civil
Engineering 3 cu
20 russian students
Basics of Tekla as a part of structural
engineering course
Three years
work
experience
Bachelor level 240
cu
About 200 students
Construction
management 210
cu
-Structural engineering
70 students
-Infra engineering
3,5 years
-Construction management
Basics of BIM 3 cu
-Final thesis 15 cu
BIM Structural Design 3 cu
Courses
• Construction management 215 cu
– Basics of BIM 3 cu: The main target is to give
general knowledge of BIM and learn to use one BIMsoftware (Archicad)
• Bachelor level
– BIM Structural design 3 cu: The main target is to
understand basic principles of BIM based structural
design process and learn to use Tekla Structures
software
– Basics of Archicad is one part of basic CAD-course
Courses
• Master level 60 cu
– Using BIM in Civil Engineering 3 cu:
The main target is to understand total BIM
process in Civil Engineering projects
Courses
• Double degree programme:
– Basics of Tekla Structures as a part of
structural engineering course
How ?
• Own teachers
• Teachers from companies
• Many BIM softwares are available for
students, but only most common softwares
are included in BIM courses
Future
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BIM will be integrated to ”normal” courses
BIM tools will be normal tools
BIM thinking will be normal thinking
COBIM (Common BIM Requirements) is a
new basement
• Basic tools will be educated as early as
possible (Archicad, Tekla Structures)
• Also in infra education BIM will be important
Learning outcomes and BIM in different
education levels ?
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Remembering
Understanding
Applying
Analysing
Evaluating
Creating
Table 1. Levels of learning and verbs.
Level
Responds to question
Verbs
Remembering
Can the student explain ideas and
concepts?
identify, list, define, name, present,
write, reproduce, repeat, match, extract,
organise
Understanding
Can the student use his or her
interpret, exemplify, summarise, judge,
knowledge in another familiar context? reformulate, report, find, name, classify,
distinguish, paraphrase, explain
Applying
Can the student use his or her
practice, operate, apply, resolve, show,
knowledge in another familiar context? prepare, explain how, select, compute,
modify
Analysing
Can the student identify the essential
points?
compare, break down, contrast,
differentiate, divide, examine,
categorise, analyse, evaluate, justify
Evaluating
Can the student make a justified
assessment or conclusion?
judge, conclude, compare, justify,
explain, interpret, rate, comment
Creating
Can the student create new products,
ideas, viewpoints?
design, devise, produce, suggest,
develop, generate, derive, enlarge,
modify
Final Thesis and BIM 2010-2011
• Ville Leikas: Column joint designing and modeling,
WSP Finland
• Jani Paappanen:Comparison of design in building
information model and conventional structural,Pöyry
Finland Oy
• Marko Hovi:Benefits of using building information
modeling on construction site, Skanska
• Alexey Krishtalevich: Custom Components in Tekla
Structures , Finnmap Consulting
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Column joint designing and modeling
Context
• Steel joints
• Creating Tekla Structurescustom components
• Mathcad-calculation
• Creating the connection with
Tekla Structures and Mathcad
Results
• Good calculation tool inside the Tekla Structures
• Connection with Tekla Structures and Mathcad is
working.
Loppuseminaari VLe
21.02.2011
Loppuseminaari VLe
21.02.2011
Loppuseminaari VLe
21.02.2011
BIM and R&D in SUAS
• Final thesis projects
• BIM education program with companies
• A new BIM/COBIM pilot projects will be
started with companies in South Carelia
Region.

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