This microcredential is one of five individual microcredentials that together comprise the first of its kind 3D Visualization for the Built Environment, a stacked microcredential program that allows learners to develop in-demand skills in the architecture, engineering, construction and planning sector. 3D Visualization has revolutionaized the way buildings and spaces are designed, constructed, operated and maintained. Evaluating how and where to employ it efficiently and successfully is an emerging in-demand skill set. Upon successful completion of all 5 microcredentials, learners can obtain the digital milestone badge.
Microcredentials in this series:
You will explore the concept of Building Information Modeling, to differentiate the benefits of BIM by distinguishing the value of BIM in each phase of a project, to attribute responsibilities to the stakeholders of the different phases and an introduction to the concept of Digital Twinning as it relates to the future of building operations and maintenance.
You will explore how a building operates in each phase of the lifecycle. Building Information Modelling can be used as a means of assessing the ability to achieve climate mitigation efforts through a thorough assessment of building design, materials and systems with the goal of constructing and operating in as sustainable a manner as possible. Evaluating how and where to employ it efficiently and successfully is an emerging in-demand skill set.