Tustin, California – May 14, 2019 – The U.S. Institute of Building Documentation (USIBD) is pleased to announce the publication of a new suite of 2D Imagery documents: an RFP and RFQ specifically for 2D Imagery, and the Imagery Specification.
The level of information gathered in this new Specification will reduce errors, thereby improving risk management, and the tracking of progress on a project. Ultimately the images gathered in the specification will be useful for owners and managers as a record of the property/site for the purpose of post-construction site management. Each document package includes a guide and samples along with the document.
Ultimately the images gathered in the specification will be useful for owners and managers as a record of the property/site
for the purpose of post-construction site management. Each document package includes a guide and samples along with the document.
The increasing usage of photography to capture as-built conditions during the construction and operation of buildings has led to a variety of new software and hardware product designed to serve this new Building Documentation marketplace.
In an age where stakeholders in a construction project are more globally located, these documents will Increase communication within that team during planning and construction, making the communication process not only more accurate, but more economical for both quality and binary decision-making.
The 2D Imagery Documents are available for purchase in the USIBD online Store as individual documents, or in a set. The Specification is a free download.
The Specification can also be used as a reference guide for self-performers to ensure a level of accuracy and depth of information needed by other stakeholders in the design and construction process. Learn more about this here.
Hear about these new documents at SPAR 3D and AEC Next in Anaheim, May 23rd
The 2D Imagery Documents will be reviewed at USIBD’s Meetup at SPAR 3D and AEC Next by Imagery Subcommittee Chair Ken VanBree. Plan to attend this event at 1:30 pm on Thursday, May 23rd, in Rm. 261B.