BIM for PUB Projects

Training session facilitated by Ace Industrial Academy.

Course description: Themed classes are training content specially created based on AcePLP’s experience in handling similar real-life projects.

In this course, learners will be introduced to the BIM and CAD technology regularly deployed on infrastructure projects by the Public Utilities Board (PUB) in Singapore.

Learners will be trained on the basic operating functions and tools of the technology on a step-by-step basis, following the project management workflow.

In Autodesk Civil 3D, learners will develop specialized skills in 3D modelling for projects under the category of Gravity Pipe Systems and Part Building.

In Bentley MicroStation, trainees will learn the subsurface utilities engineering platform that allows for the setting up of feature definition library, create the element template, customize the drainage structure file and workspaces for sewerage network.

The content for this course will be regularly updated by AcePLP’s BIM specialists who have been deployed on similar PUB projects.

This course is useful for drafters, engineers, and surveyors who need to understand, edit and deliver designs for civil infrastructure projects.

*A Certificate of Completion will be issued to each trainee at the end of the course.*

Prerequisite: min. 5 people to start a class.

1 Course Overview & Objectives
2 Introduction to Civil 3D software interface
2.1 Course Objective
2.2 Civil 3D: Purpose and Uses
2.3 Civil 3D: Getting Started
2.4 Getting Familiar with the User Interface
2.5 Creating a Composite Surface
3 Creating Pipe Networks
3.1 Creating a Pipe Network from Objects
3.2 Creating Structures by Layout
3.3 Creating Pipes by Layout
3.4 Creating Structures & Pipes by Layout
3.5 Drawing Pipe Networks in Profile View
3.6 Creating an Alignment from a Pipe Network
4 Editing Pipe Networks
4.1 Editing Structures & Pipes using grips
4.2 Editing using the Layout Tools
4.3 Swapping Parts
4.4 Splitting & Merging a Network
4.5 Changing Pipe Direction
4.6 Editing Pipe Networks: Properties
4.7 Editing Pipe Networks: Panorama
4.8 Editing Pipe Networks: Profile
4.9 Creating and displaying a cover profile
5 Displaying & Annotating Pipe Networks
5.1 Understanding Pipe Network Styles
5.2 Controlling the Display of Structures
5.3 Controlling the Display of Pipes
5.4 Renaming Pipes and Structures
5.5 Annotating Pipe Networks in Plan View
5.6 Editing Labels in Plan View
5.7 Annotating Pipe Networks in Profile View
5.8 Editing Labels in Profile View
5.9 Creating Pipe Network Tables
6 Creating & Managing a Parts List
6.1 Modifying an Existing Parts List
6.2 Creating a New Parts List
6.3 Adding a Part Family
6.4 Adding Parts to a Part Family
6.5 Configuring a part
7 Part Builder
7.1 Introduction to Part Builder
7.2 Building a Part: Cylindrical Manhole Structure
7.3 Building a Part: Inlet Manhole Structure
7.4 Building a Part: Vault Structure
8 Analyzing a Pipe Network
8.1 Illustrating a Pipe Crossing
8.2 Performing an Interference Check
8.3 Creating Pipe Rules
8.4 Applying Pipe Rules
8.5 Bill of Quantity
8.6 Creating Sheets
9 Introduction to Bentley software interface
9.1 Course Objective
9.2 Purpose and Uses
9.3 Getting Started
9.4 Getting Familiar with the User Interface
9.5 Creating a Composite Surface
10 Typical Cells family creation
10.1 Cell Creation workflow
10.2 Cell Library Dialog
11 Setting up Feature Definition Library (.DGNLib)
11.1 Style Manager Dialog
11.2 Save AS .DGNLib
12 Create the Element Template for Plan, 3D Top, 3D Bottom (.itl)
12.1 Opening the working dialog and setting up the profile template
13 Create the Node Feature Definition
13.1 Style Manager Customization
13.2 Define Properties and Map the Plan, 3D and Profile to corresponding Element Templates
14 Create the Conduit Feature Definition
14.1 Chart Options Settings
15 Creating the Size Table
15.1 Creating and editing the drainage structure files (.dat)
16 Overview of Workspace and the SUE documentation workflow
16.1 SUE Workflow (Bentley Recommended)
16.2 Creating new DGN file for sewerage network environment
16.3 Files structure and system organisation
16.4 Sheet environment and the reports (.xml)
Learning Reflection

Lecture & Practical:

3 day x 8 hours = 24 hours

Start time: 9:00am
Lunch: 1:00pm – 2:00pm
End time: 6:00pm

This course is intended for professionals:

  • Civil Engineers/ Mechanical Engineers
  • Product Designers and Developers
  • Instructors/ Trainers/ Students

Course Fees payable:

S$ 400.00 excl. Goods & Services Tax (GST)

S$ 428.00 incl. Goods & Services Tax (GST)

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