The Task Information Delivery Plan (TIDP) is defined by the British Standards Institution as federated lists of information deliverables by each task, including format, date and responsibilities.
It is the responsibility of each task team manager to compile their own TIDP which then assist in the development of the MIDP. Each task shall have a corresponding milestone that aligns to the overall design and construction programme, taking into consideration any sequencing requirements for the production of information.
Each task shall also detail the responsibility of each supplier’s information and show how responsibility for the preparation of project documents transfer from one team to another. A template for Task information delivery plans is included within the Pre-Contract BIM Execution Plan available via CPIx: CPIx Post-Contract BIM Execution Plan.pdf
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