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- 1. BIM for Owners Specifying the Process To Maximize the FM Benefits of BIMKen Stowe, P.E.
2. The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) is a Registered Provider with The American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Systems. Credit earned on completion of this program will be reported to CES Records for AIA members. Certificates of Completion are available on request.This program is registered with the AIA/CES for continuing professional education. As such it does not include content that may be deemed or construed to be an approval or endorsement by the AIA of any material of construction or any method or manner of handling, using, distributing, or dealing in any material or product. Questions related to specific materials, methods, and services will be addressed at the conclusion of this presentation. 3. CopyrightThis presentation and the materials provided are protected by U.S. and International copyright laws. Reproduction, distribution, display and use of the presentation or materials without written permission is prohibited. AGC of America, 2011 4. Course DescriptionBIM is an intelligent 3D modelbased process that provides insight for creating and managing building projects faster, more economically, and with less environmental impact. The success of BIM for building delivery is fueling the push towards using BIM for model- based lifecycle management. To capitalize on the value of BIM, building owners are now starting to reuse the building models and information created during design and construction to streamline their building management and operations.The i in BIMinformationis the key to BIMs potential for lifecycle management. The ability of owners to realize that potential hinges on the use of standardized data streams throughout design, construction, and commissioning, as well as thorough understanding of the end use, and users, of that building data. In response, owners are starting to mandate the use of BIM during design and construction, and to specify digital deliverables, in anticipation of reusing building models and data for their operations.The ability to integrate as-built building models with operations-based building systems results in model-based handover deliverables that help owners minimize their startup time, lower their operating costs, better manage their assets, and reduce their energy use. 5. Learning ObjectivesAt the end of this program, participants will be able to:1)Attendees will be able to justify mandates for the use of BIM during design and construction.2)Attendees will able to support their requests for digital deliverables in anticipation of reusing building models and data for future operations. 3) Attendees will be able to integrate as-built building models with operations- based building systems. 4) Attendees will be able to minimize start-up time, lower operating costs, better manage assets, and reduce energy use. 6. The Envy of the World Congratulations to the AGC of America Building Division 7. Quotes Heard Here at the ConferenceIts all about Handoffs unknownWere looking for the Best Decision-Support Bill SeedOur industry has Byzantine ways of making decisions. Will LichtigWe need the ability to Predict Results Bill SeedDont think you already do Lean David MacNeelDevelop Champions - unknown 8. Were here to prevent the Avalanche of Failure from Fragmentation 9. In the next 60 minutesLean, IPD, and BIM Challenge and RewardSuccessful ProjectOwners Mandates/BIM Data StandardsEmerging TrendsReturn on Investment 10. My History1970 Layout and Control Manual1980 Estimating Bridge1983 Steel Penstock Office Engineer1985 Scheduling Manager Wastewater1988 First 3D in AutoCAD Hydroelectric Power1991 EuroDisney 4D by Hand1994 First 4D in AutoCAD Hewlett Packard Manufacturing1997 Sharing 3D CAD Files - New England Aquarium1998 First Revit 4D Boston Museum of Fine Arts1992 Lean Workflow for Rockwork - EuroDisney 11. Its a Race to Transform using the 4 Big New Opportunitiesare all about Integrationproducing unprecedented results.TechnologyBIMPeople TeamworkDelivery (IPD)IncentiveLeadershipEnduring ValueLean Optimize Workflow 12. Wikipedia Building Information Modeling (BIM) aims to build a collaborative relation between designers and constructors, so how is that different from LC?BIM is technology. It doesn't aim, it does make possible different conversations because it is a great tool for spatial representation of design. LC structures those conversations and connecting design, logistics and installation. LC designs and activates the network of commitments necessary to deliver the project. It is necessary to enable Lean Construction ideals but not sufficient. 13. White Paper (Target Value Data Workflow?) 14. Sustainability, Operations & Higher EdDramatic Results Green Building November 1, 2010 By JT LongModeling leads to lean construction, which is green construction, Kahl says. His company designed the new University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts, a $165-million, 137,000- sq-ft historic California-style complex built to LEED silver standards. The goal was to design a building that would last for the next 100 years.He estimates that the enhanced energy studies allow for buildings to be designed to perform up to 20% more efficiently.BIM also reduced the amount of waste because it allowed estimates to be more precise with no revisionist work, no tearing out pieces for reinstalling and no overstock, Kahl says.Without modeling, we wouldnt have been able to install as efficiently, he adds. He also credits BIM for allowing greater use of prefabrication, which resulted in less waste and time spent in construction onsite.Because models are shared in real time, the team could make decisions faster, contributing to a project that was delivered three months ahead of schedule and under budget, Kahl says.Raymond Kahl, principal in charge at Atlanta-based Urban Design Group, says BIM allows a project team to take a holistic approach to design and construction. 15. Rework Costs up to 5% of the Construction Cost The Causes of Rework can be AddressedHidden Costs in Construction 16. Reduced Change Orders MEP Specialty from 18% to less than 3%Source NSPE Magazine 17. CDCR California Department of Corrections Designed in - Contract Requirements3.05 SUBMITTAL OF FINAL AS-BUILT MODELSA. The final, approved updated and revised LOD 400/500 Federated Model and all its discipline systems Native Models will be submitted to the States Team as part of the close-out submittals.1. Model updates at 50%, 75%, and 100% completion of Construction Phase; CM will define Submittal Date and HHF D-B will include in the BEP.2. The Federated Model and all its discipline systems Native Models will be:a. Editable for future expansion or remodel projectsb. Functioning for use with 3-D Facilities Operations & Maintenancec. Organized and properly filed in an equivalent Document Control System for archive and reference. 18. The Unified Facilities Guide Specifications (UFGS)a joint effort of several US federal government agencies, are construction guide specifications used in facility construction projects of the participating agencies the types of information required in operations & maintenance data package:Spatial AssetsEquipment AssetsParts and Warranty ContactsWarranty InformationReplacement PartsOperating PlansPreventive MaintenanceEmergency OperationsTroubleshooting InstructionsSafety InstructionsCoordinatesProducts and Equipment Attributes 19. Construction Operations Building Information Exchange (COBie)The COBie approach is to enter the data as it is created during design, construction, and commissioning, Designers provide floor, space, and equipment layouts. Contractors provide make, model, and serial numbers of installed equipment. Much of the data provided by contractors comes directly from product manufacturers who can also participate in COBie. 20. Target existing buildingsAchieve CertificationsEnergy-reduction targetsInfluence project eco-systemGoals for sustainabilityEmerging Trends Owner MandatesFacilities Management 21. Emerging Trends Construction ModelingPartsAssemblies 22. Emerging Trends Construction Modeling 23. ScaffoldingFall ProtectionHazard CommunicationRespiratory ProtectionLockout-Tag outPowered Industrial TrucksLaydown YardsMaterial StorageEmerging Trends Site Logistics & Safety Planning 24. Quantity Takeoff building cost estimating software helps make material costing faster, easier, and more accurate. Cost estimators can create synchronized, comprehensive project views that combine important information from building information modeling (BIM) toolsEmerging Trends Quantifying The Model 25. Emerging Trends Enhanced Delivery Methods - AIA E202 BIM Protocol ExhibitLOD 100 Essentially the equivalent of conceptual design, the model would consist of overall building massing and the downstream users are authorized to perform whole building types of analysis (volume, building orientation, cost per square foot, etc.)LOD 200 Similar to schematic design or design development, the model would consist of "generalized systems or assemblies with approximate quantities, size, shape, location and orientation." Authorized uses would include "analysis of selected systems by application of generalized performance criteria."LOD 300 Model elements are suitable for the generation of traditional construction documents and shop drawings. As such, analysis and simulation is authorized for detailed elements and systems.LOD 400 This level of development is considered to be suitable for fabrication and assembly. The Model Element Author for this LOD is most likely to be the trade contractor or fabricator as it is usually outside the scope of the architect's or engineer's services or would constitute severe risk exposure if such