COBie As-Built

COBie As-Built

This is the second course in the three-part COBie Certified Professional Training pathway for designers, contractors, owners, and operators who need specify, create, update, use, and/or check files containing information that conforms to the Construction-Operations Building information exchange (COBie) Standard. Prerequisite: COBie As-Designed. If you have already completed the prerequisite, please contact questions@dce.ufl.edu.

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COBie As-Built

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Please Note:  COBie As-Built course prerequisite is COBie As-Designed.

If you register for this course before taking the prerequisite, your registration will not be processed.


There are two parts to the COBie Academy. The first part delivers the foundational knowledge and essential concepts needed to use the COBie standard. Every COBie data field is covered in this part of the course. To help you pace your work, this first part of the COBie Academy is provided two individual courses covering COBie data created or updated during design, construction, and commissioning.

The second part of the Academy provides you with the hands-on techniques you need to specify the delivery of COBie data, create that during design or construction with specific commercial software, and test to make sure that COBie data files meet NBIMS-US V3 and standard contract requirements.

COBie As-Built gives the student the context to understand the outline of the COBie file that is typically provided by Contractors. This information can be found today on design drawing schedules. The following COBie Tabs are covered in this course: Document, Spare, Resource, Job, Zone, System, Assembly, and Connection.

Why join the COBie Academy?

Learn how to: 

  • Describe the transformation currently facing designers, builders, owners, and operators
  • Describe how to structure and capture information
  • Describe the characteristics of effective information exchange standards
  • Describe the scope of COBie during design
  • Describe the scope of COBie during construction Identify out-of-scope requirements where use of COBie will not be effective
  • Describe the difference between rooms and spaces
  • Translate space and equipment schedules into COBie
  • Describe the relationship between drawing schedules and COBie data

Course Discounts

A 10% registration discount is given for companies or organizations purchasing of five or more course registrations. For more information contact Lauren Troffer.

Program Directors

E. William (Bill) East PhD, PE, F.ASCE

Bill is an internationally known construction management researcher whose career spans the areas of planning and scheduling, quality management, and building information modeling. While with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, East created the Corps’ Standard Data Exchange Format (SDEF). This format has been getting Corps’ contractors paid every month of every job for over 25 years. He also developed parametric planning and automated schedule analysis tools, and provided related consulting services on international projects. East’s not-for-profit project collaboration tool suite, ProjNet, streamlined design quality and contract management process at the federal, state, and local levels. Most recently, East invented the Construction-Operations Building information exchange (COBie) in 2007.  Today, Bill is Owner, Prairie Sky Consulting where he helps owners and contractors specify and meet COBie requirements.  Bill has Civil Engineering degrees from Virginia Tech (B.S.) and the University of Illinois (M.S. and Ph.D.). East is a registered Professional Engineer in the state of Virginia and is a Fellow of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

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R. Raymond Issa, Ph.D., J.D., P.E., F.ASCE, API

Raymond is an engineer, lawyer and computer scientist and Holland Professor of Construction Management at the Rinker School of Construction Management, University of Florida. Raymond specializes and teaches in the areas of construction management, construction law, information technology and structures and foundations. Raymond is the Director of the Center for Advanced Construction Information Management (CACIM), and an advocate for technology integration in the AECO industry. Raymond’s research is showcased on the CACIM WWW (http://www.bcn.ufl.edu/cacim/). Raymond is in great demand as a keynote speaker on BIM, technology integration, modular construction and creativity and innovation at conferences. His portfolio includes over 350 publications and service on over 300 Masters and Ph.D. committees. Raymond received the ASCE Computing in Civil Engineering Award in 2012 and was elected to Pan American Academy of Engineering in 2014. He currently serves as the VP for the North American Region of the Pan American Federation of Engineering Societies and the Secretary for the ISCCBE Board of Directors and is a member of the Board of Directors of the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).

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