Caution Newer versions. Establishes the framework but not the content for developing built environment classification systems, identifying recommended classification table titles and shows how object classes are related. It fully supports building information modelling BIM and encompasses the project life cycle from briefing, design, construction through to operation and maintenance and demolition. Relevant to building, civil engineering, services and landscaping.
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Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. ISO has been developed to harmonize different national and regional classification systems. It is applied world wide in the development of classification systems for everyday use in the construction industry.
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ISO defines a framework for the development of built environment classification systems. It identifies a set of recommended classification table titles for a range of information object classes according to particular views, e. It shows how the object classes classified in each table are related, as a series of systems and sub-systems, e. ISO does not provide a complete operational classification system, nor does it provide the content of the tables, though it does give examples. It is intended for use by organizations which develop and publish such classification systems and tables, which may vary in detail to suit local needs.
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