planBIM provides different settings for the LOD and the categorization of the elements, i.e. AIA /US standard, BIMForum standard, UK standard LOD. 

Scope of work can be defined using different setting for LOD and elements categorisation for Simple/General categories and Omniclass categorisation.

In planBIM elements have been categorized wit respect to Discipline for the simple category setting, unwanted disciplines can be removed as per project requirements and same goes for the Omniclass categorisation.
Elements can also be filtered to show elements of a specific category, sub-category and only the elements that have been selected as the scope of work for a project.

Elements can be selected for LOD, LOI and LOA ( which is specific to only LOD 500 selection ) for a particular project. Companies or users can be tagged to the elements as per scope of work or responsibilities for the modelling.
Bulk selections can be made for all elements of a category or even sub-category and scope can be defined to them together in one go.

The LOD selection can be made for different phases of a project and the user can switch between phases in the web app and the Revit addin both easily. Multiple phases can be created as the project progresses and scope of work can be managed for all.
The image below shows an example of selecting a Transformer and specifying it to a user. 

LOI can be managed by parameters that an element should contain. By clicking on Manage Parameters, you can view the parameters included for each LOI. Custom parameters can be added, and multiple selections can be made from different LOI category to create a custom selection.  

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