A Building Information Modeling (BIM) Manager earns an average salary of HK$570,000 per year.
|Salary||HK$306,386 - HK$770,809|
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Job Description for Building Information Modeling (BIM) Manager
A Building Information Modeling (BIM) manager oversees BIM engineers and coordinators, working directly with the project team in developing and updating a 3D model throughout the project's life cycle. When converting building specifications to a 3D model, a BIM manager must detect and identify any challenges before they become an issue; they participate in problem solving efforts for the projects through the use of BIM applications.Read More...
The BIM manager must make sure all elements of the model are in accordance with the BIM project execution plan, including project set-up and development. They communicate with various departments and managers on how to implement any changes or customization, providing leadership and oversight for the flow of data with designers, contractors, and various other personnel. The BIM manager benefits from having a knowledge of model-based delivery and automating tasks, and they are responsible for project set-up and technical administration, as well as for performing project work. A BIM manager generally works full time, usually in a construction office, engineering or architectural firm, or for a building manufacturer.
Generally a bachelor's or master's degree in engineering, construction, or another relevant field is required for BIM manager positions. Experience is also required in design modeling, construction management, and 3D and BIM software such as Revit Architecture, AutoCAD, and Navisworks. Collaborative and people skills are essential, as BIM managers work extensively with members of the design team, estimators, owners, and subcontractors, among others. Problem solving and leadership skills are also required. (Copyright 2018 PayScale.com)
Building Information Modeling (BIM) Manager Tasks
- Create BIM models and oversee their usage by architects, engineers, and contractors.
- Research and install appropriate BIM software (e.g. Revit and AutoCAD) and train others in their use.
- Derive BIM tasks and requirements for building projects.