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BIM Planning

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Transcript of BIM Planning

Objective:
BIM Planning & Consulting
Building Information Modeling
BIM Planning & Consulting
Construction Management / Analytical
MBP uses BIM to assist in design and constructibility reviews, coordination, cost estimating, schedule review, quality assurance, and claims avoidance.

Commissioning
MBP uses BIM in commissioning to improve the capture, validation, utilization and transfer of facilities information.

The overall goal is to optimize the energy consumption profiles of facilities; this directly correlates into financial savings for owners.

Cost Estimating
validate quantities for developing cost estimates and processing progress payments.
What are your Challenges?
Site Analysis
Programming
Engineering Analysis
Design Authoring
Sustainability (LEED) Evaluation
Design Review
Code Validation
Clash Detection
Cost Estimation
Construction System Design
Phase Planning
Digital Fabrication
Record Modeling
Asset Management
Existing Conditions Modeling (Laser Scanning)
Facility Management
Commissioning
Construction Management & Analytical Consulting
DDC BIM Uses
MBP BIM Services
to ensure the efficiency and harmony of the relationship of facility elements
Objective:
Coordination
BIM Project Execution Plan
Built 1908
2nd Oldest AOC Building
Remodeled 1932
694,000 GSF
Renewal Project
5 phase – 12 year project
Upgrade building systems
Upgrade Member suites
Stabilize exterior envelope
Upgrade to Code

Facility Handover

Construction

Design

Process Overview

Strategy
Process
Information
Infrastructure
Link to real time schedule and conduct 3D schedule review and analysis
Validate
Utilization
Operational Processes
Who are we?
MBP Team
MBP Services
Construction Management
Commissioning
Estimating
Scheduling
Dispute Resolution
BIM Consulting
Agency CM/PM Consultant
BIM Transfer to Facility Management
Objective:
Schedule Review
Goal
CMMS
BIM
CAFM
BAS
MIDDLEWARE
using COBie
Transfer
Assures model compliance with reality and requirements
Model Quality & Construtibility Review
Objective:
Kirk Tucker
Robert Fraga
Ralph Kreider
Capture
Standard Exchange
COBie
Construction Operation Building
Information Exchange
Why should you care?
Improved building performance
Reduced risk
Shorten schedule
More reliable and accurate cost estimates
Better program compliance
BIM Use for Owners
More efficient commissioning of facility
Quickly populate a facility management database
Better manage facility assets with BIM
Rapidly evaluate the impact of retrofit
Benefits during Design and Construction
Benefits during Operation and Maintenance
Decrease operational life cycle cost
BIM HANDBOOK
Better maintenance work on the facility
Data Validation
Performance
Monitoring
Space Tracking
Asset
Management
Maintenance
Management
Condition
Capturing
Scenario Forecasting
Standard Exchange
COBie
Construction Operation Building
Information Exchange
System Regulating
Benefits
Challenges
Approach
Overabundance facility data to be transferred to FM
Project team uses a variety of standards
Facilities data not provide in an integrated, accessible, and useful format.
No assurance that data is accurate
Requires manual entry of facility data
Data quickly become ineffective and obsolete
Reduced return on investment of Facility Management Systems
Better documentation and understanding of the Facility
Reduced Operational Cost
Implementable customized solution designed to meet the owner's capabilities and objectives
Maintainable, easily updatable, and expandable to meet the owner’s changing needs.
Document Process and Capabilities
Collect Relevant Facility Data
Translate and Configure Data
Integrate with FMS
Educate and Train Personnel
Identify Goals and Objectives
how do you want to use BIM?
Lifecycle approach
Begin with the end in mind
BIM Project Execution Planning Procedure
Identifying Goals and Uses
“Begin with the end in mind.”
Design BIM Project Execution Process
Develop Information Exchanges
Supporting Infrastructure
Organizational BIM Execution Planning Procedure
Owner BIM Procurement Planning Procedure
Organizational BIM Strategic Planning Procedure
Survey
- Hand Measure
- Laser Verify
- Tag
- AutoPlant
- LOD 500
Product
Data
- Submittals
- Warranties
- O & M Manuals
- Serial Number
Desktop TMA
Web Viewer

1. Capture and develop As-Built Model for operational use
2. Collect and validate facility data from project documentation and field collection
3. Migrate Facility Data to TMA to support the maintenance and operations
4. Link TMA with a model view
5. Develop a solution for the mobile access of TMA and model

1. Visually locate and identify components
2. Capturing conditions for future renovation or expansion
3. Improving the effectiveness and efficiency of O&M
4. Establishing a baseline of BIM deliverables for AOC Power Plant
Document As-Built Conditions
Objectives
Benefits
Process
Model
Data Migration
Example Pilot
Implementation

Access
Data and Reports can be exported from the cloud
Information can be saved in the cloud and/or locally
Information in the 3D model can viewed using free software
Model is uploaded to mobile device and additional information can be added and attached to the model, such as Cx checklist, photo, drawing, issues, barcode, serial number, warranty start/end date.
Attach drawings and photo to the model
Cx Checklist
MBP uses available resources such as existing drawings specifications and models, and supplements it with field data, laser scans and other condition capturing technologies
Drawings
Photos
Cx Checklist
Operational Processes
Collecting, validating, and linking data
Facility Condition Capture + Commissioning
Cx
BIM
Ensure all equipment functions properly, capture all issues using latest technology
Organize information by using 3D model, access information using latest technology
Reduce cost by combining two processes
Accurate and up-to-date asset management information
Establish baseline requirements for future projects
Establish mobile access to facility data
Reduce amount of data re-entry and improve its reliability
Commissioning issues will be captured as part of equipment data entry
Owner Benefits:
What is BIM
Attributes
Relationships
“…a product or intelligent digital representation of data about a capital facility.…”

“…a collaborative process which covers business drivers, automated process capabilities, and open information standards.…”

“…a facility lifecycle management tool of well understood information exchanges, workflows, and procedures….”
How to Implement
Establish Priority
Name Champions
Begin on a small scale
Document Lessons Learned
Develop Process Maps and Instructions
Develop Information Exchanges
Develop Marketing Materials
Educate Staff on Capabilities
Train Necessary Staff
Exceed Previous Project
VS.
Source: NBIMS, Version 1, Part 1 (page 20)
“BIM is a facility lifecycle management tool of well understood information exchanges, workflows, and procedures which teams use as a repeatable, verifiable, transparent, and sustainable information based environment used throughout the building lifecycle.”
“BIM is a product or intelligent digital representation of data about a capital facility. BIM authoring tools are used to create and aggregate information which, before BIM, had been developed as separate tasks with non-machine interpretable information in a paper-centric process.”
Definition of BIM
“BIM is a collaborative process which covers business drivers, automated
process capabilities, and open information standards use for information sustainability and fidelity.”
A Building Information Model (BIM) is a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility
NBIMS
Elements
Collaboration
Optimization
Productivity
Predictability
Completeness
allows for
What are the Lessons Learned?
Begin with the end in mind
Owner involvement is critical
Need a BIM champion
BIM takes time and resources
Form clear business objectives
Establish metrics for success
Every organization is different
Owner
Champion
Process is incremental
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