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YE Prezi BIM KLA

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....with
physical
properties
UILDING
NFORMATION
ODELLING / MANAGEMENT
BIM
is
a workflow, utilising many pieces of software which integrate with one another.
Most of you are practicing BIM Level 1 already...
Level 1 BIM
(we're on the way, but still not really BIM)
2D drafting
This is a line
This is another line
This is a sounder,
interpreted by lines that conveniently look like a sounder without demonstrating any of the feature characteristics,
e.g. materials, loads, circuit references, mounting height, size, weight, manufacturer, description, assembly code, cost, estimated installation date, website.
“Building Information Modelling,
(BIM)
, is a
digital representation
of
physical
and
functional characteristics
of a facility creating a
shared knowledge resource
for information about it forming a
reliable basis for decisions
during its life cycle, from earliest conception to demolition.”



Construction Project Information Committee (CPIC) BIM definition.
Level 0
...Pen & Paper

Level 1
...Electronic drafting & transmittal
Level 2
...Localised Intelligent 3D Modelling & Collaboration
Level 3
...Cloud based Intelligent 3D Modelling, Collaboration & Facilities Management
Level 0 BIM
(not really BIM at all)
This is a hand-drawn rectangle indicating a distribution board
This is what one actually looks like!
+
=
but where's....
without this, it makes it virtually pointless as a BIM exercise.
Level 2 BIM
(now we're practicing BIM)
2d traditional AutoCAD
This window moves
Section is not updated, this has to be done manually...
Modelling with
physical
objects
BIM?
a brief history of BIM...
1963
Ivan Sutherland develops SketchPad as a drawing assistant for part of his Ph.D dissertation.
1966
Tekla Corporation Originates
1976
4% construction cost savings are realised by the Scottish Special Housing association due to fully automated design, detailing and tendering tools being utilised.
Thompson, J, 2010. Constructing the Business Case Building Information Modelling. 1st ed. London: BSI & Building SMART.
1970
BIM concepts born
1977
BIM utilised by the Oxford Regional Health Authority to accelerate Hospital design using OXSYS
1978
Charles Trimble formulated Trimble navigation a ground-based navigation, location and timing system in the US
1981
GMW architects use RUCAPS software to design the largest University in the world
1983
The Royal Bank of Scotland in Islington becomes the first project incorporate 2D, 3D, thermal properties and be presented as a 4D walk through via one model
1984
Construction Systems Associates created PM Vision as commercially available visual simulation software enabling the sequencing of a construction project to be detailed using 3D CAD
1982
Development of ArchiCAD started
Shepherd, L. M., 2004. Virtual Building for Construction Projects. Virtual Building for Construction Projects, Vol. 24, No. 1, pp. 6-12.
Bechtel produce 3D animated design review tool called Walkthru
1986
1987
Regarded as the first BIM product, Graphisoft ArchiCAD was released.
1991
Jacobus developed the Construction Simulation Toolkit as an interface between Walkthru and a CAD system
MENSI completed a prototype scanning technology.
1990
Bentley acquire Jacobus to develop Navigator. Sinclair Knight Merz (SKM) CAD Manager, Trevor Fox, used the software for expansion of an iron ore processing and exporting facility due to "its functionality; ease of use, implementation, and setup; low administration overheads; and open object architecture".
1997
Shepherd, L. M., 2004. Virtual Building for Construction Projects. Virtual Building for Construction Projects, Vol. 24, No. 1, pp. 6-12.
Image of an challenging engineering exercise SKM utilised the software during the project
1996
UK Chapter of BuildingSMART formed as an Industry Alliance for Interoperability.
1992
Trimble created real-time kinematic technology, allowing real-time updates via GPS.
Bentley launch first BIM based application to be run on Microstation.
Solibri Inc. formed in order to assure the quality of BIM
First version of IFC is released
2003
fourDscape released by Balfour Technology, enabling users to integrate and analyse multidimensional data collaboratively.
Autodesk acquire Revit Technology Corporation.
2002
Trimble & Catapillar create technology that use design information and positioning technology to control machine tools.
2001
Trimble enabled internet based access for mobile workstations
2005
4D becomes a constituent information output of BIM, viewed by contractors as a 4D feasible tool as available commercial software increases due to increased BIM useage.
2007
Trimble acquires Tekla. “The integration of Tekla's BIM software solutions with Trimble's building construction estimating, project management and BIM-to-field solutions will enable a compelling set of productivity solutions for contractors around the world.”
- present
April
April
About Trimble - Company History. 2012. Trimble - About Trimble - Company History. [ONLINE] Available at:http://www.trimble.com/corporate/about_history.aspx. [Accessed 24 November 2012].
2009
MicroStation V8i BIM applications created allowing real-time drawing views
2008
48% of the US use BIM in industry
Anonymous, 2009. McGraw-Hill Construction, The Business Value of BIM: Getting Building Information Modeling to the Bottom Line. Mining Media International, Denver.
Heathrow Terminal 5 airport opens. The project made record savings via BIM information sharing techniques
BIM use on all public sector projects made mandatory in Finland and Denmark
Artist's impression of the new Terminal 5 at Heathrow Airport. The terminal opened in April 2008 and the second phase opened in 2011. - Image - Airport Technology. 2012. Artist's impression of the new Terminal 5 at Heathrow Airport. The terminal opened in April 2008 and the second phase opened in 2011. - Image - Airport Technology. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.airport-technology.com/projects/heathrow5/heathrow57.html. [Accessed 02 December 2012].
2016
2011
Government announce BIM adoption on public sector projects within the next 5 years.
Tekla BIMsight launched.
2012
National Building Specification (NBS) provided a BIM library of BIM suitable construction elements.
March
June
Consensus based BIM standard, NBIMS-US V2 is launched in the US.
2010
Lantek Systems launched Lantek SteelWork software benefiting the steel industry
Level 2 BIM becomes mandatory on all UK public sector projects
BIM is not new...
M
I
B
What
is
BIM?
What is BIM
not?
BIM is not 3D CAD
- CAD defines an object with a series of lines

BIM defines
the actual
"parametric"
object and includes:
Objects in BIM can
link to, receive or export attributes


BIM represents a significant change in design, delivery and management of a project.
Physical dimensions
Location
Position
Connections
Characteristics
System to which it belongs
Performance
Asset maintenance
Making them intelligent
Bringing them together
How mature are you?
There are maturity levels to BIM!
What do these levels mean?
Hand drawn sketches or drawings
Producing drawings using electronic formats like AutoCAD. Data extraction into Excel. This even goes as far as using Revit or any other BIM software -
In isolation
.
e.g. Architectural, Structural & Building Services Models exchanging within a BIM environment, held on company servers.
Model sharing across disciplines
By adding INFORMATION to components
For BIM to be
successful EVERYONE
has to participate
Level 3 BIM
Considered to be the Holy Grail!
Single file across disciplines
e.g. Architectural, Structural & Building Services Models exchanging within a BIM environment, held on the cloud.

We've seen 3D BIM
4D BIM
5D BIM
6D BIM
What is...
4D BIM
the forth dimension
The addition of
time
to the model
Used as a planning tool

Can be used to create simulations mapping tasks against time
5D BIM:
the fifth dimension
The addition of
cost
to the model
Used as an estimating tool
Early rough and detailed estimates to be produced in the design stage
Quantity extractions / take off production
3D + 4D + cost =
3D + time =
6D BIM:
the sixth dimension
Facilities Management
3D + 4D + 5D =
An "As-Built" model containing all relevant building component information. e.g. O&M Manuals, photos, warranty data...
Aids the management of the operation and maintenance of the facility throughout its life cycle
And what is...
COBie
IFC
Construction Operations Building Information Exchange
A
spreadsheet
that contains
digital information
about a
building
in as complete and as useful a form as possible.

A
specified information set
used to deliver consistent and structured
asset information
useful to the owner/operator for post-occupancy decision-making

PointCloud
To
survey
existing buildings where LOD and accuracy is needed
Data captured via
laser scanner
Multiple scans taken
Data
processed
and
cleaned
up
Images are
traced
and build the BIM

At level 2 BIM we need to exchange data between software packages

The BIM solution is Industry Foundation Class (IFC)

A neutral file format that can exchange ‘model’ data

The Software
There are
many types
of software to achieve many aspects of BIM by
many providers
used at different stages of the project!
Design Software
Revit ArchiCad Cadsoft
SketchUp
Bentley Hevacomp
Bentley Tas Simulator
Autodesk Ecotect Analysis
Pre-Construction Software
Bentley Tas Simulator
DesignBuilder Vectorworks 2012
Synchro
BIMserver
IES Solutions Virtual Environment VE-Pro
Construction Software
Vela Field BIM
Bentley ConstrucSim
Tekla BIMsight
Glue - Horizontal Systems
Autodesk Revit
Operational Software
BIMX
Onuma System
Autodesk Revit
Asta PowerProject
Microsoft PowerProject
Primavera
Programming / Time Software
Innovaya Simuation
Cost Software
Clash Detection
Models
can be
combined
and
analysed
to see if there is
unco-ordinated
work.
e.g. Architectural, MEP and Structural model

We use Navisworks to do this
Protocol
Standards
We have our
own standards
this forms our
BIM Protocol
and includes information such as the strategy, model LOD, naming conventions etc.

Each BIM project has a project specific
Execution Plan
to agree and how the project is to be carried out to documented BIM standards
How can BIM
benefit
YOU?
Estimators
Quantity
Surveyors
Marketing
Eliminates human error
from manual takeoffs and CAD drawing to estimating software
Measurements, takeoffs and counts
can be generated directly
from the BIM
When a
design change
is made it is
reflected
in the documents and schedule
Saves time
- more time for complex/high value items
Automatically generate take off quantities
opposed to measuring from drawings
Ability to
link in-house cost
databases
to the elements
in the BIM, allowing
rapid
cost estimation

BIM tools allow for:
Projects to be
easily communicated
and
understood
by the client and project team
Clear project
visualisation
Impressive presentation

of a project
A
competitive advantage
Explore the possibilities of BIM
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