At the forum, TechnoBuild discussed steps to implement BIM in Russia

26.10.2020

The Ministry of Construction and Housing and Communal Services of the Russian Federation is creating a legal framework for the introduction of information modeling technologies, said Sergey Goncharov, director of the Department of Urban Planning and Architecture of the Ministry of Construction of Russia, as part of the VII International Forum and Exhibition 100 + TechnoBuild.

“In September of this year, the Government of the Russian Federation approved a number of documents for the transformation of the industry – rules for the formation and maintenance of the information model, rules for the formation and maintenance of the construction information classifier, rules for the maintenance of the GISOGD of the Russian Federation. Already, having taken several steps in the field of legal regulation, we hear comments from the professional community that many issues and even disagreements within the community have been resolved and resolved”, – said Sergey Goncharov.

Director of FAU “FCS” Andrei Basov, in turn, noted that a certifier of construction information will appear in the public space at the end of 2020. It will contain 21 classification tables, thanks to which it will be possible to encode all elements of the construction site, to allow them to be encoded by all participants in the construction process.

“The construction information classifier will provide the possibility of data exchange between different information systems and unambiguous identification of elements of the information model. The system will show where, for example, a nail is driven or where a fire extinguishing system is installed with all the required characteristics of the elements. These capabilities will become a springboard for the transition to automated inspections of structures in the information model”, – said Andrei Basov.

Source: Ministry of Construction of Russia

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