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BIM @ BWB
Transcript of BIM @ BWB
BWB BIM IMPLEMENTATION REVIEW
BIM @ BWB
What does 'Good' look like?
What does 'BIM Level 2' look like?
Training focused around software.
Key users have formal off-site training & tasked with training internally.
No BIM knowledge or procedural training.
Lack of training highlighted as adoption barrier.
Skills matrix in place in some groups but no BIM content.
No clear support structure in place.
GROUP WIDE DEVELOPMENT PLAN
BIM DELIVERY SKILLS
BIM Knowledge / Process training to all staff
Group days / Targeted CPD sessions.
Development of software templates and standards to align with requirements of the key BIM documents and processes.
Standards to be applied business wide.
License model should be changed to improve access at sites outside of Nottingham and to provide security should server fail.
Standard documents and procedures exist for:
- BIM Execution Plan
- File and Sheet Numbering for BBE
- Drawing Numbering for T&I
T&I have a project workbook in development to formalise and standardise project management documents.
None of the above comply with Level 2 BIM standards
No model validation, checking or issue procedure
In Development by RIBA
In Development by RIBA
Current Technology Usage:
Revit, AutoCAD, Civil 3D, PDS, QGIS
- AutoCAD, QGIS
Revit, AutoCAD, Various design/analysis tools.
Software templates exist for:
- Civil 3D
Templates created do not comply to BIM Level 2 Standards
There is no documentation of standards and usage is ad hoc
Software currently used at a basic level, focused on drawing production.
Lack of knowledge and trying to use modeling software like AutoCAD have led to problems on projects.
Development of templates focused on drawing quality rather than model integrity.
Not set up to take advantage of advanced productivity features.
Some examples of modeling and then documenting in 2D AutoCAD.
Identifying areas of investment required.
Identifying training requirements.
Positioning BWB’s BIM position both internally and externally.
Authorising SMP's for use in the business.
Ensuring SMP's are incorporated into project delivery.
Coordinating the efforts of the BIMTech group.
Identifying and investigating business opportunities.
Project & Bid support where required
Creation, maintenance and distribution of software specific templates & standards, including staff training.
First line technical support.
Audits and peer reviews on BIM projects.
Investigate new technology
Identify and report issues requiring BIMOps attention
Development of SMP documentation
Basic software training strategically delivered by external providers.
Company specific software training (template usage etc.) to be delivered in house.
Advanced software skills requirement to be assessed and addressed via in house or external training providers.
Development/implementation of skills matrix including BIM/Software related elements.
GENERAL BIM SUPPORT
Project delivery support provided by BIMOps:
Project set up
Client BIM meetings
BID support etc.
First line support bu BIMTech
Managed by Kilco
Success of BIM implementation only achieved with staff buy in.
Keep the change process open and inclusive.
Develop communication strategy to provide:
- Regular updates on development and progress.
- Sight of business goals and requirements.
- Feedback loop to include all staff in process.
FORMAL BIM PROCESS
Adoption of processes outlined in PAS1192-2-2013 including:
- File / Drawing / Document naming
- BIM Execution Plan
- CDE Methodology
- Task Information Delivery Plan (TIDP)
The above applies to all project deliverables, not just models.
Process should be made a simple as possible whilst capturing all required information, end user should not require in depth knowledge of standards.
BWB SPECIFIC BIM PROCESS
Processes developed to increase internal operating efficiency and leverage data produced during the production of the project.
Revit / Structural analysis integration.
Cross discipline/group collaboration.
Data transfer to MEP analysis tools.
Key BIM processes to be integrated into project delivery documentation.
T&I Workbook to be expanded to cover all projects.
Process adoption to be reviewed during project audits / peer reviews.
Coordinate with work being done by BIS team around ISO 9000
Deployments should be utilised to ensure software installs are consistent and configured to BWB requirements.
Centralised location to manage templates / reusable content and other standards.
BWB BIM Promotion
Professional Bodies and other industry peer groups.
Speaking at industry events:
- BIM Show Live
- GeoBusiness Show
-AU / RTC
- Class of Your own
- University links
GROUP SPECIFIC DEVELOPMENT PLANS
Development of whole site surveys including topographical, below ground services and buildings.
Development of Revit template and families to facilitate conversion of scans to models.
Development of survey specification document to formalise LOD of survey models.
BIM applications for cost consulting / project management teams to be investigated.
Review of data collection and processing workflow to maximise efficiency and produce in a format suitable for downstream activities.
AutoCAD training to enable drawn information to be produced consistently inline with BWB standards.
R&D into 'Big Data' environment to collate site data from around the business and develop services around leveraging the data.
Development of Revit template and standards for MEP application including concept - Detailed design workflow.
R&D around maximising the use of data within the models i.e:
- Exporting to analysis tools such as IES, Amtech
- Automation of room data sheets, equipment schedules.
Developing data checking and validation procedures to ensure that the data contained within the model is accurate and to the required level of detail.
Rationalise design software to achieve a default BWB set of tools for structural design, focus on maximise eficiency by linking Revit and design models
Overhaul of Revit template and staff training to take advantage of productivity benefits and promote modeling culture, rather than drawing culture.
Develop model validation and checking procedure (led by SBS).
Planning & Design
Development of existing standards to meet business wide and PAS/BS1192 requirements.
Develop templates and standards to avoid the 'model then draw' approach wherever possible.
Monitor industry movements and early adopter progress on integrating BIM into infrastructure projects.
Engagement with resellers to maximise investment value.
INDUSTRY BIM ACTIVITIES.
BWB BIM EVENTS