Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia
September 20th to 21st, 2017 and September 27th to 28th, 2017, Belgrade, Serbia

BEXEL Consulting, together with the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Belgrade, organized a four-day BIM training at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Belgrade. During training, lecturers introduced the main concepts of the BIM methodology and the main technology behind it, discussed the planning process of BIM implementation, presented BIM goals and benefits that are reachable with BIM implementation, presented examples of BIM processes and deliverables, and demonstrated workflows within the BEXEL Manager® BIM platform in live demo mode. This hands-on approach was used to explain the BIM processes on real-life examples, show the analysis of BIM models and the development process of different BIM results on a sample project in real time.

Participants were provided with 60-day-trial licenses of the BEXEL Manager® BIM platform, and were able to conduct BIM model analysis and develop BIM deliverables themselves, with the lecturers’ on-site support. As a follow up, BEXEL Manager® video tutorials are made available to participants for further research and education on BIM processes using the BEXEL Manager® BIM platform.

Mr. Veljko Janjic, CEO & Co-Founder of BEXEL Consulting, introduced the main areas of expertise of BEXEL Consulting, reviewing our BIM Project Management Services and BIM Analysis and Management software platform – BEXEL Manager®. The topics of his lecture included BIM Project Implementation Strategy, BIM Standards and Regulations, BIM Management Plan, BIM Execution Plan, BIM Tendering, Intelligent scheduling.

BEXEL’s team presented use-cases of BIM technologies and applying BIM in practice and common problems. This was shown using examples of different projects where BIM was implemented, in different markets around the globe – hospitals, hotel resorts, sport complexes, commercial and residential complexes, metros etc. As a separate topic, the specifics of BIM usage in infrastructure projects were discussed, with examples of infrastructure projects in the Balkans region, the Lusail Marina Promenades project in Doha, Qatar, and others.

Special attention was dedicated to the topics of the content and development process of BIM Execution Plans (BEPs), including the BIM Model Development Strategy (volume strategy, LOD, LOI), BIM Uses planning, Clash detection strategy, BIM Deliverables plan, Meeting Strategy, Software Strategy for each BIM Use, Procedures and Checklists.


  • Zoran Stojadinovic, PhD, Associate Professor Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Belgrade
  • Veljko Janjić, CEO & Co-Founder, Bexel Consulting
  • Stefan Zoraja, MSc (EE), Chief Technology Officer, Bexel Consulting
  • Igor Osmokrović, MSc (CE), Senior BIM Project Manager, Bexel Consulting
  • Rade Tomović, BSc (CE), BIM Manager, Bexel Consulting
  • Marija Zečević, M. Arch, BIM Manager, Bexel Consulting