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AEC (UK) BIM Standard for
Autodesk Revit
A workable implementation of the AEC (UK) BIM Standard for the
Architectural, Engineering and Construction industry in the UK.

Version 1.0 April 2010 First Issue

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AEC (UK) BIM Standard for
Autodesk Revit



Contents

1 Introduction 4

1.1 Background 4
1.2 The Committee 5
1.3 Disclaimer 5
1.4 Scope 6
1.5 Update Procedure 7
1.6 References 7
1.7 Definitions 8

2 Best Practice 9

2.1 BIM 9
2.2 Drawing Production 9

3 Project BIM Strategy 10

3.1 Project BIM Co-ordinator 10
3.2 Project BIM Strategy Document 10

4 Collaborative BIM Data Sharing 11

4.1 Common Data Environment (CDE) 11
4.2 CDE Phase 1: Work In Progress (WIP) 11
4.3 CDE Phase 2: Shared 12
4.4 CDE Phase 3: Publication and Document Issue 14
4.5 CDE Phase 4: Archiving 14
4.6 Validation 15
4.7 Data Security & Saving 15
4.8 Project Issue Logging and Resolution System 15
4.9 Reviewing BIM Data 16

5 Interoperability 16

5.1 Introduction 16
5.2 Incoming CAD/BIM Data Management 16
5.3 Fit For Purpose Modelling 17
5.4 Data Transfer between Packages 17

6 Data Segregation (worksets & linking) 18

6.1 General Principles 18
6.2 Worksets 20
6.3 File Linking 22

7 Modelling Methodology 24

7.1 Model Development Methodology 24
7.2 Graded Component Creation 25
7.3 Drawing Compilation 28

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8.6 Library Object Naming

To be confirmed in next release.





8.7 Parameter Naming

To be confirmed in next release.

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8.8 View Naming

Conventions in the naming and use of views are necessary to coordinate team

activity and prevent inadvertent changes in the output documents.

This standard is limited to draughting views and sheet views (although the Project

Browser includes other kinds of elements).

View naming shall be consistent across all references to that view. Renaming of

views shall be carried out with care as any changes will be automatically

reflected across all documentation.



Field 1: Level (Optional)

Concise description of the content and purpose of the view

Field 2: Content

Where appropriate, further clarification of the location of information shown

Examples:

Name

LEVEL 1 – FLOOR PLAN

LEVEL 1 – CEILING PLAN

LEVEL 3 – DETAIL PLAN AT ELEVATOR 1

NORTH-SOUTH BUILDING SECTION

WALL SECTION 1

SOUTH ELEVATION

The Revit functionality that allows for the Title on Sheet to be different to the

view name shall not be used. Exceptions for structural modelling:

o A view to be used as a substructure or superstructure section. In this

instance, the view property "Title on Sheet" shall be renamed to

"SECTION".

o A view to be used as a wall or framing elevation. In this instance, the view

property "View Name" shall be similar to "VB-2" and the view property

"Title on Sheet" shall be renamed similar to "Framing Elevation – VB-2".

Level names are spelled out as they need to appear in a room schedule (as

well as how they will appear in sections and elevations.) Do not pad the level

number with leading zeros.

Views shall not be named in order to make them sort or group more logically in

the Project Browser as the grouping and filtering settings take care of that

automatically (ie the prefixing of level names by sequential numbers).

View names shall be written in uppercase.

1

Level

(Optional)

2

Content

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11.14 Category Abbreviation Codes



Category Code



Category Code

Air Terminals AIR


Planting PLN

Ceilings CLG


Pipe Accessories PPA

Columns COL


Pipe Fittings PPF

Communication Devices COM


Pipes PPS

Casework CSW


Parking PRK

Curtain Wall Mullions CTM


Roads RDS

Curtain Panels CTP


Railings RLG

Curtain Systems CTS


Ramps RMP

Data Devices DAT


Roofs ROF

Duct Accessories DCA


Structural Area
Reinforcement

SAR

Duct Fittings DCF


Structural Beam
Systems

SBS

Duct Insulations DCI


Structural Columns SCL

Duct Linings DCL


Structural Connections SCO

Ducts DCT


Security Devices SEC

Detail Items DET


Structural Framing SFA

Doors DOR


Structural Foundations SFO

Electrical Equipment ELE


Shaft Openings SFT

Electrical Fixtures ELF


Site SIT

Entourage ENT


Structural Load Cases SLC

Fire Alarm Devices FIR


Specialty Equipment SPC

Floors FLR


Sprinklers SPK

Furniture FRN


Structural Path
Reinforcement

SPR

Furniture Systems FRS


Structural Rebar SRB

Flex Ducts FXD


Structural Stiffeners SSF

Flex Pipes FXP


Stairs STA

Generic Models GEN


Structural Trusses STR

Lighting Devices LGD


Telephone Devices TEL

Lighting Fixtures LGF


Topography TOP

Mass MAS


Windows WDW

Mechanical Equipment MEC


Wires WIR

Nurse Call Devices NRS


Walls WLL

Plumbing Fixtures PLM

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11.15 Shared Parameters



Group Parameter Name Type

Element Performance Acoustic Designation TEXT


Acoustic Rating TEXT


Fire Designation TEXT

Families Uniclass TEXT

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