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BIM and Sustainable Construction

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Transcript of BIM and Sustainable Construction

GOAL!
The current implementation of BIM in Malaysia
Government Perspective
ROFIZLAN AHMAD
CIDB Malaysia
TERIMA KASIH

KENAPA PERLU BERUBAH?
Tahap Kematangan Penggunaan BIM

Menuju 2020……..dan seterusnya.

BIM di seluruh dunia….

BIM IN LIFE-CYCLE PROJECT
COMMUNICATION-Conventional vs BIM

“BIM is a modeling technology with associated set of tools & processes
to produce, communicate & analyze
digital information
throughout construction life-cycle”
~ Jawatankuasa PEMANDU BIM Kebangsaan
2013

Mempertingkat kefahaman mengenai BIM dan faedah-faedah yang boleh didapati melalui:

Menyertai program-program seminar dari masa kesemasa.

Pembacaan penulisan-penulisan yang berkaitan dari buku-buku, terbitan jurnal dan dari internet.

www.bimcenter.com.my & FB "LET'S BIM"



Langkah awal….

BIM Stage 2 – Collaborative BIM!

BIM Stage 2 – Collaborative BIM!

BIM OPTIMISED PROJECTS –
JKR PILOTS

Construction Prototyping Using BIM

SIAPAKAH YANG TERLIBAT?

BEFORE……

BUILDING IT PHYSICALLY
On-site!!!
When or where is a building first assembled?
Construction Industry……
Digitally on the computer!

When or where is a ship first assembled today?

Ship Building Industry
When or where is an aircraft first assembled today?

Digitally on the computer!
Aerospace Industry
Polisi

Teknologi
Digitally on the computer!

Automotive Industry
When or where is a car first assembled today?
Institut Kanser Negara, Putrajaya 2010
S.M Meru Jaya, Ipoh 2011
Bangunan SPRM Selangor, Shah Alam 2012
Klinik Kesihatan Sri Jaya, Maran 2012
Makmal Sains Kolej Kemahiran MARA, Banting 2013
Bgn. Pentadbiran Maj. Bandaraya K. Terengganu 2014
2017 onwards
Hospitals
Pendang, Kemaman, Maran, Pasir Gudang
Manusia
Faktor-faktor yang mempengaruhi…..

1. Program Kesedaran
2. Program Latihan
1. Software
2. Hardware
3. Infrastructure
1. BIM Roadmap 2015-2020
2. BIM Guide
3. BIM Library
4. BIM Submission
myBIM CENTRE
1. BIM Process
2. Procurement Process
www.bimcenter.com.my
from this......
to this...
Digitally on the computer???
Mechanical & Electrical
Structural
Construction Prototyping Using BIM
Construction Prototyping Using BIM
Landscaping
BUILD IT DIGITALLY

Seminar BIM Jelajah Malaysia
BIM Day 2014 - 2016
Bengkel Perbincangan
'Affordable BIM Tools Training'
Program Latihan & Akreditasi
BIM Modeller
BIM Coordinator
BIM Manager
2. KEMAJUAN TEKNOLOGI
3. SURVIVALITY
KELANGSUNGAN UNTUK KEKAL RELEVAN
DALAM SENARIO EKONOMI AKAN DATANG
PENCAPAIAN
1. PENYELESAIAN MASALAH
KELEWATAN PROJEK
PENAMBAHAN KOS
PEMBAZIRAN
DENGAN PENGGUNAAN TEKNOLOGI
INISIATIF CIDB
UNTUK BIM
MELALUI CITP

THANK YOU
Malaysia Chapter

ON GOING ACTIVITIES..!

HOW TO MOVE FORWARD ?

HANDS-ON TRAINING FOR BIM COORDINATION

BIM IMPLEMENTATION STAGE
IN MALAYSIA

harris@cidb.gov.my


BIM PRODUCT LIBRARY

BIM ROADMAP

BIM GUIDE

BIM ROAD TOUR
PAM BIM BOOTCAMP
IEM Training
ACEM BOOTCAMP

AWARENESS, ROAD TOUR AND TRAINING PROGRAM

CADANGAN MEMBINA DAN MENYIAPKAN SEBUAH BLOK PEJABAT 3 TINGKAT CIDB NEGERI JOHOR DI KOMPLEKS CIDB JOHOR.

CENTRE FOR BIM COMPETENCY DEVELOPMENT & SERVICES

“BIM ensures you get what you design”

Project Lifecycle

Delays

Inaccurate
As-built

Fragmented

Cost
Overrun

Issues:

BIM for Better Construction Management

Financial

Supply Chain

Contractor Management

Estimating

Modeling

Demo Presentation Area

Server Room

Design Concept

myBIM CENTRE
CERTIFICATION PROGRAMME

CURRENT ONGOING ACTIVITIES

BIM IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY TRANSFORMATION PROGRAMME (CITP)

BIM IN RMK-11 (11th MALAYSIA PLAN)

ISSUES AND CHALLENGES

BIM TAKE UP IN MALAYSIA

INTRODUCTION

OUTLINES

BIM Excellence Centre development timeline

Awareness & promotion campaign Training Certification & accreditation Career placement

Bridges

Roads

Buildings

Infrastructure

Non-exhaustive Initiatives

Develop policies

Develop BIM Library

Develop BIM Guide

Develop standards

BIM Roadmap

2015
BIM Center up
& operational

2020 target

2015

To start work on the development of BIM Lab

Mandate BIM Stage 2 requirements for Project above RM100 million

2019 -

2018

2017

2016

Q4

Q3

1,000 BIM Personnel trained & Certified

Master & Research Program with Academia on Innovative BIM product

Q3

R&D on homegrown BIM tools and LA Expert Check for Pilot

Q3

Q4

Q2

Q1

Circular / Regulation on BIM Implementation

Q4

Q2

Q1

Q1

Q1

BIM as a Service thru the Centre of BIM

Pilot – Stage 2 Project

BIM Expert check mechanism for Local Authorities – Klang Valley

Stage 2 BIM procurement Model

Object Library – Fully Operated

National BIM Guide & BIM Roadmap

Center of BIM Services

Certification Program

TIMELINE FROM CITP

Launched by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak on 10 Sept. 2015
Key points
to establish BIM stage 2 by Y2020
to assist the industry players in overcoming adoption barriers
to employ BIM based procurement process & protocols
to establish a BIM reference centre
develop standards
formulate policies
to produce BIM competent personel
facilitate take-ups
introduce new technology
provide consultancy services
R & D
continuous promotion & awaress

IFC - Industry Foundation Class
BCF - BIM Collaboration Format
NATIONAL BIM CENTRE
myBIM CENTRE
North America
USA
In 2006 the GSA mandated that new buildings designed through its Public Buildings Service use building information modeling in the design stage.
For all major projects receiving design funding in Fiscal Year 2007 and beyond, GSA requires spatial program BIMs be the minimum requirements for submission to OCA for Final Concept approvals by the PBS Commissioner and the Chief Architect.
BIM policy & strategy around the world
UK
The overarching aim of the Government's initatives in the construction industry is to reduce the cost of Government construction projects by 20% and to reduce the UK's carbon intensity in line with its EU carbon committments
a commitment to BIM in Government projects over a 5-year time frame, and mandating BIM Level 2 from 2016 on.
the Netherlands
In 2012 the Dutch Ministry of the Interior (RGD) requires BIM for large building maintenance projects.
Nordic Countries
Norway
- The Norwegian Homebuilders Association has encouraged the industry to adopt BIM and IFC.

Denmark
- Danish state clients require BIM to be used for their projects.

Finland
- The state property services agency requires the use of BIM for its projects since 2007.
Europe
South Korea
The Public Procurement Service made BIM compulsory for all projects over S$50 million and for all public sector projects by 2016 .
Singapore
The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) led a multi-agency effort in 2008 to implement the world’s first BIM electronic submission
In 2010, nine regulatory agencies accepted architectural BIM 3D models for approval through e-submission.
the acceptance of mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) and structural BIM models in 2011.
Hong Kong
The Hong Kong Housing Authority will require BIM for all new projects from 2014.
South East Asia
More than doubling productivity, matched by higher wages

OUTCOMES : Productivity

US$16,500

2.5x

5. US$16,500 is equivalent to RM 61,939 as stated in the 11th Malaysia Plan; 2.5x increase uses 2011 as a base as compared to 11th Malaysia Plan where 1.6x increase in labour productivity uses 2015 as a base. Both sets of numbers are consistent

increase in productivity to
per worker5

Q5

Enhance integrity and
increase governance

Q4

Promote and raise
awareness of CITP initiatives

I1

Internationalise
construction practices and standards

I3

I2

P6

P5

P4

P3

P2

P1

E5

E4

E3

E2

E1

Q3

Q2

Q1

Support consortia
formation and strengthen
overseas market intelligence

Strengthen access to
financing for Malaysian
champions going abroad

Advance SME / Bumiputera
capacity and capability-building

Enhance control and
balance of workforce supply

Enhance availability of
strategic information via NCIIC

Roll out technology
advantage across project life-cycle

Continue investment in
human capital development in construction

Accelerate adoption of IBS, mechanisation and modern practices

Focus on public projects
to lead the charge on
sustainable practices

Facilitate industry
adoption of sustainable practices

Reduce irresponsible
waste during construction

Drive innovation in
sustainable construction

Drive compliance to
environmental sustainability
ratings and requirements

Increase emphasis on
quality and implement
quality assessments

Improve workplace safety
and workers' amenities

Improve ease of doing
business by addressing regulatory constraints

Quality, Safety & Professionalism

Internationalisation

Environmental Sustainability

Productivity

19 CITP initiatives to transform the construction industry
across 4 strategic thrusts
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