Instructions: G202™–2013, Project Building Information Modeling Protocol Form

 G202™–2013, Project Building Information Modeling Protocol Form

Synopsis. 

AIA Document G202–2013 is a form that is coordinated for use with AIA Document E203™–2013, Building Information Modeling and Digital Data Protocol Exhibit. Its purpose is to document the agreed-upon protocols and procedures that will govern the development, transmission, use, and exchange of building information models on a project. It establishes the requirements for model content at five levels of development, and the authorized uses of the model content at each level of development. Through a table completed for each project, AIA Document G202–2013 assigns authorship of each model element by project milestone. G202 defines the extent to which model users may rely on model content, clarifies model ownership, and sets forth building information modeling standards and file formats. For all document details and a record of changes, see the summary  »

 

Using G202–2013.

Completing G202–2013. As a companion to the 2013 Digital Practice documents, the AIA has published the AIA Guide, Instructions and Commentary to the 2013 Digital Practice Documents. The AIA Guide, Instructions and Commentary to the 2013 Digital Practice Documents provides an in-depth explanation of the 2013 Digital Practice documents on a section-by-section basis. Please consult the AIA Guide, Instructions and Commentary to the 2013 Digital Practice Documents for detailed instructions on how to complete the 2013 Digital Practice documents.

NOTE: Users may select from three different options in creating the Model Element Table appearing in AIA Document G202–2013 Section 3.3. User may choose either the UniFormat™ or OmniClass™ classification system to identify the various Model Elements for the Project. If the parties intend to supplement the Model Element Table with Model Elements that are not part of UniFormat or OmniClass, those Model Elements should be set forth at the end of the table. Further, if users intend to provide a customized set of Model Elements in place of Uniformat or OmniClass, they may also choose to create the Model Element Table without a pre-set classification system.

NOTE: Users may select from three different options in creating the Model Element Table appearing in AIA Document G202–2013 Section 3.3. User may choose either the UniFormat™ or OmniClass™ classification system to identify the various Model Elements for the Project. If the parties intend to supplement the Model Element Table with Model Elements that are not part of UniFormat or OmniClass, those Model Elements should be set forth at the end of the table. Further, if users intend to provide a customized set of Model Elements in place of Uniformat or OmniClass, they may also choose to create the Model Element Table without a pre-set classification system.

UniFormat™ is produced jointly by CSI and Construction Specifications Canada (CSC). U.S. copyright is held by CSI and Canadian copyright by CSC. All Rights Reserved. For more information on UniFormat, visit csinet.org/UniFormat.

OmniClass™ is produced by CSI (hereinafter “The OmniClass Secretariat”) in its role as Secretariat for the OmniClass Development Committee. U.S. copyright is held by The OmniClass Secretariat. All Rights Reserved.

 

Important.

Modifications. Particularly with respect to professional or contractor licensing laws, building codes, taxes, monetary and interest charges, arbitration, indemnification, format and font size, AIA Contract Documents may require modification to comply with state or local laws. Users are encouraged to consult an attorney before completing or modifying a document.

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