Organisational and Asset Information Requirements for BIM between Theory and Practice

Session synopsis

When organisations embark on the journey to implement BIM processes and workflows within their projects, they must consider the business as well as asset requirements and objectives that the organisation is striving to achieve. Success of the business and its profitability is the ultimate goal for any organisation in the construction industry, whether that is achieved through return on investment (ROI), reputation, repeat business or client satisfaction. To accomplish that an organisation must have a well defined business plan and objectives to implement. This presentation discusses how a successful business plan can be laid out through developing Organisational Information Requirements (OIR) and Asset Information Requirements (AIR) in tandem with usage of Building Information Modelling (BIM) management. This will aid decision makers at corporate level to devise a business management strategy that can ensure success of running their developed assets to highest efficiency and ensure best ROI from them. This presentation hence provides a step-by-step process of how to create the documentation and workflow strategies.

Why should people attend?

This session is essential for management level staff in architecture and construction organisations to achieve the following :
  • Define business objectives for creating organisational building projects
  • Define organisational information requirements to implement within projects and extract from them, needed to achieve those business objectives
  • Create organisational documents and contracts needed to highlight these information requirements that will be needed to detail asset creation and management requirements
  • Determine key performance indicators to assess success of business objectives achieved from the organisation’s projects
  • Create a basis for management of project teams using appropriate workflows




  • Dr. Noha Saleeb
    Dr. Noha Saleeb
    Associate Professor in Creative Technologies and Construction - Middlesex University , UK

    Dr. Noha Saleeb (PhD, MSc, BArch (hons), FHEA, MCIAT) is an Associate Professor in Construction & Creative Technologies, Middlesex University UK. She is Programme Leader for the International MSc Building Information Modelling Management programme focusing on innovative digital technologies, processes for enhancement of design, information, project and construction management. She is also Programme Leader for BSc Architectural Technology programme. Her research interests lie at the
    intersection of architecture, IT and e-learning disciplines specialising in 3D digital architecture and Building Information Modelling.

    She is currently investigating implementation of Industry 4.0 technologies in design and construction, e.g. Artificial Intelligence and Big Data analytics, and currently Principal Investigator for International funded projects in usage of these innovative smart technologies and processes for new and heritage assets. Initially an architect, Dr Saleeb worked for many years in industry in design, construction and onsite project coordination. She is currently providing consultancy on BIM implementation and integrated digital delivery management on live projects and acting as consultant on several industry boards and professional bodies.

    Dr. Saleeb achieved many awards for her collaborative industry-academia work, knowledge dissemination, training & consultancy.
    Most recently:
    – Best European Women in Construction Award 2016
    – International Business Excellence Award 2015
    – Most Inspiring Tutor Award 2016
    – Academic Staff of the Year Award – MDX 2018
    – Colleague of the Year Award nominee – MDX 2019

    Dr. Saleeb is a board member and reviewer on several renowned journals, annual conferences, juror on international construction excellence competitions, and member of the Digital Working committee for several professional bodies including CIOB, BAF, and has over 50 publications in journals, conferences & books.


Oct 23 2020

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