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Project Delivery - Transition and the Social Aspects of BIM

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Nando Mogollon

on 28 November 2016

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Transcript of Project Delivery - Transition and the Social Aspects of BIM

To Reinvent, you have to make changes
the way we do what we do
same way
same outcome
Different way
different outcome
TRANSITION
1- Steps into Transition
2- Social Implications of change
3- Who is doing it?
1- Working with others
2- BIM: the human side
3- Integrated Practice: the human side
The Transition
The People Side
First Adopt, second Implement, then Deploy
Expect things to be different. Adapt
Choose your own Path, move forward
Social Implications
Individual
Team
Company
Business
Industry
New Roles
New Dynamics
New Services
New Contracts
New Project Delivery
Who is doing it?
Designers
Developers
Contractors
Architects
Consultants
Authorities
Users
Engineers
Providers
I.D.
Civils
Landscape
BIM
Integrated Project
Working with Others
Culture
Workflow
Interoperability
Subtle assumptions
Communication
Negotiation
Agreements
Linear
Sequential
Concurrent
Technical protocols
File formats
Open
BIM
vs proprietary Formats
BIM: The Human Side
Integrated Practice: The Human Side
What?
Linear
Sequential
Concurrent
Reinventing Project Delivery
Thanks for your Time
Questions?
The Transition
The Social aspects of BIM and Integrated Practice
Strategy before Technology
Relationships
Exchange
Who?
Habits
Values
Beliefs
Preferences
IDENTITY
Know - How
Roles
Tested Solutions
Standards
Workflow
Procedures
Paperwork
CULTURE
Tested Services
Adapted Agreements
New Expectations
MARKET OPPORTUNITIES
$
$
Real Building
Crowd Sourcing Design & Construction
Nodes instead of Steps
Information Continuously Flowing
High Coupling, Loose Cohesion
Complex, not complicated.
Built in Flexibility
Multiple Heads
The best Solutions to increasingly complex Design - build problems are very often the more Holistic responses
Design Integration as consequence sharing Drawings
Vs
Drawings as Byproducts of Integrated Design
BIM as:
Tool for Integration
Crowdsourcing Design
Virtual Construction
Facilities Maintenance
Change is Inevitable, Transition is an Choice
Wrapping up...
Steps into Transition
Adopt
Implement
Deploy
Change
Architect. BIM Specialist.
Hernando Mogollon
Individual
Expertise
Team
Company
Business
$
Definitions
Performance
Functions
DATA Model
"BIM is 10% Technology, 90% Sociology"
Scott Simpson
"The future belongs to the Integrators"
Ernest Boyer
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