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IPD and BIM: An Advantage to Your Business in a Challenging Economy

Presentation by Layton Construction Co., Inc. to members of the SIOR Utah Chapter
by

Brian Dilley

on 8 August 2014

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Transcript of IPD and BIM: An Advantage to Your Business in a Challenging Economy

What is IPD?
I·P·D [eye-pea-dee]
noun
1. a project delivery approach that integrates people, systems, business structures and practices into a process that collaboratively harnesses the talents and insights of all participants to optimize project results, increase value to the owner, reduce waste, and maximize efficiency through all phases of design, fabrication, and construction.
Jist: Basically, knowledge integration utilizing digital technology
Delivery Systems
B·I·M
noun
1. building information model; a data-rich digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a building

verb
1. building information modeling; the creation of BIM
Model and Document Creation
Owner controls the process
A/E works directly for Owner
Public Procurement
A/E works directly for Owner
Lower risk in contract
Two contracts familiar to Owner
Single point of responsibility
No contractor initiated change orders
Early contractor involvement adds value to design
Early cost commitments/guarantee
Early VE and innovation
Complex projects
Site Selection Services: site layout/programming, site logistics – ingress/egress, construction costs of building, construction costs related to site including – soils, drainages, infrastructure – roads and utilities, red flags – overall feasibility
IPD Trends
Driven by owners who understand the value of breaking away from low bid or lowest 'first' cost limitations.

Waste and low productivity
Technological innovation
Owner demand for value
Sustainability - LEED
What is BIM?
Model Based Quantity Take-off
Model Based Quantity Take-off
Increased Communication through Visualization:
Live Model Navigation During Meetings
Increased Communication through Visualization: Scheduling and Work Sequencing
Increased Communication through Visualization: Scheduling and Work Sequencing
Increased Communication through Visualization: 3D Building Spatial Coordination
Facilities Management
Increased Communication through Visualization: Photorealistic Renderings
Benefits of BIM:
Digital models drive communication
Real-time design and building analysis
Improved cost controls
Potential to innovate - prefabrication, etc.
Case Studies
K-Tec/Blendtec Expansion
Orem, Utah
Architect: Pasker, Gould, Ames & Weaver
Delivery Method: Construction Manager/General Contractor
100,920 Square Feet of New Production/Warehouse Space
Xactware Campus Expansion
Orem, Utah
Architect: Ken Harris Architect
Current Status: Pre-design
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