Capital Project Closeout Requirements
This document is for the use of Harvard project managers or other Harvard representatives managing a capital construction project (a project with a budget of $100,000 or greater). These guidelines provide a complete list of materials to be delivered to the Harvard Property Information Resource Center (PIRC) at the close of a capital project. This document also includes the transmittal forms to be included with the delivery of the close-out package.
Closeout Delivery Policies
»Please contact the PIRC directly to schedule a project drop-off appointment at 617-496-8275 or email us.
»Close-outs will not be accepted without a completed transmittal (see requirements above)
Survey Control Points and Guidelines
»Survey Control Points and Guidelines - Revised August 1, 2016 (PDF)
These standards are to be followed when developing floor plan, 3D model, or graphic facilities information. All CAD floor plans developed and/or edited for Harvard University clients should reference these guidelines.
Space Documentation Standards
A description of how space in Harvard facilities is to be identified, measured, classified, and documented in CAD and tabular data formats, and how resulting work products should be delivered to Harvard.
The Harvard Transportation Guidelines are intended to inform transportation decisions as part of the planning process for new capital projects. While the Cambridge campus already prioritizes pedestrians over vehicles, other modes of transportation such as bicycles and transit are also important components of Harvard's overall transportation network. The Guidelines seek to promote the use of non-auto modes of transportation on a coordinated campus-wide basis. Project planners and managers are encouraged to use the guidelines to improve the transportation components of specific projects.
» Transportation Guidelines Document (PDF, 67.7Mb)
Building Information Modeling (BIM) Resource Suite
The University Construction Management Council (UCMC) BIM Subcommittee has developed a set of resources to support Harvard stakeholders who are learning about and using BIM. The complete suite is available on the Building Information Modeling page.
Beginners may find it helpful to start with the Introduction to BIM and progress sequentially to the BIM Uses Guide. Others may start with the BIM Procurement Guide, flip back to the BIM Uses Guide, and then jump to the BIM Execution Planning (BEP associated MS Excel templates are avalable to Harvard affiliates by request).
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