09.00 am – 4.30 pm


  • Introduction to basic concept
  • Introduction to Navisworks interface

Introduction (cont)

  • Export  *.rvt files to *.nwc files format
  • Append Navisworks file set
  • Load Workspace

Design Review

  • Introduction to Design Review
  • Model Cross-Sectioning
  • Saving Viewpoint

09.00 am – 4.30 pm

Design Review (cont)

  • Mark-up and add remarks/comments
  • Model-measurement

Design Review Reports

  • Exporting Design Review report
  • Producing Design Review report

Clash Analysis

  • Setup search set for Architecture model vs Plumbing model

09.00 am – 4.30 pm

Clash Analysis (cont)

  • Setup Clash Analysis list

Clash Analysis (Cont)

  • Run Clash Analysis test
  • Grouping Clash Analysis results

Clash Analysis Report

  • Exporting Clash Analysis report
  • Producing Clash Analysis report

09.00 am – 4.30 pm



This 4 days module will teach participants the concept of model coordination and the use of model management software as a basic knowledge of BIM. At the end of this module, participants are expected to be able to:

a) Describe the process workflow for technical coordination BIM model.

b) Describe the use of the BIM model to check the design intent.

c) Open and append BIM model files from various sources and save the model by using model management software.

d) Perform a visual check of the model projects and use the reports.

e) Review and audit the accuracy and adequacy of the information contained in the BIM model.

f) To check the clashes of the model produced by various parties.

g) To prepare reports for clashed model and audit reports.

a) Diploma or Degree holder A/E/C related course.

b) 5 years working experience in A/E/C related field or 5 years experience in teaching final year subject in A/E/C related degree course.

c) Has attended BIM concept & theory.

d) Has completed related BIM Fundamental Modelling or any BIM technical modelling software.

e) Has completed the BIM Coordinator Part 1