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IFMA BIM LIFECYCLE OPERATIONS COMMUNITY OF PRACTICE MEETING AT WORLD WORKPLACE 2012

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The inaugural meeting of IFMA\'s BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of Practice group at World Workplace 2012

The inaugural meeting of IFMA\'s BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of Practice group at World Workplace 2012

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  • 1. BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of PracticeBIM Lifecycle OperationsCommunity of Practice 1 November 2013 San Antonio, Texas DPR ConstructionCopyright ©2012 IFMA BIMLO
  • 2. Agenda BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of Practice 8:00 – 8:30 Welcome & Introductions • Why IFMA BIMLO? • Purpose, Vision & Balanced Scorecard 8:30 – 9:00 Roadmap • Sub-groups 9:00 – 9:40 Back Office Issues • Administrative Issues: • BIMLO Board of Directors • COP, Council or Hybrid • Creation of By-laws and other required documents • Association Relationship Management / Outreach Industry Connections & Collaboration • BIMLO Certification • Meeting Schedule • Meeting at EcoBuild America9:40 – 10:00 Open Discussion , Next Steps & Wrap Up
  • 3. BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of Practice• Why is BIM the current hot topic in the industry?• Who creates the BIM?• Why is BIM important for Owner/Operators/Facility Managers?• How do Owner/Operators/Facility Managers get what they need out of BIM?• What is the current state of the practice?
  • 4. REAL PROPERTY ECOSYSTEM BIM CREATORS GENERAL & ARCHITECTS SUB & MATERIALS END USER/OCCUPIER TECHNOLOGY REAL ESTATE BROKERSCONTRACTORS ENGINEERS SUPPLIER APPLICATIONS FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS INVESTORS VALUATION FM/RE COPYRIGHT (C0 2012 ANDY APPS FUHRMAN LEGAL BUILDING INFORMATION MODELS (BIM) GIS EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS & PROVIDERS LOCAL OTHER UTILITIES IFMA BOMA PERMITTING PERMITTING AGENCIES AGENCIES PERFORMANCE INDICES & BIM REVIEWERS CERTIFIERS BAS/BMS COPYRIGHT © 2012 ANDY FUHRMAN
  • 5. SOFTWARE USE BY BUILDING INFORMATION MODEL STAKEHOLDER ARCHITECT • BENTLEY BUILDING • BENTLEY NAVIGATOR • AUTODESK NAVISWORKS • TEKLA BIMSIGHT • CMIC • NEWFORMA STRUCTURAL ENGINEER MEP ENGINEERCIVIL ENGINEER • REVIT STRUCTURE • REVIT MEP• AUTOCAD CIVIL 3D FIRE PROTECTION ENGINEER INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION SECURITY SYSTEM ENGINEER • MAGICAD SPRINKLER TECHNOLOGY ENGINEER • AUTOCAD • REVIT MEP • AUTOCAD GENERAL CONTRACTOR • AUTODESK AUTOCAD • AUTODESK BIM 360 GLUE • AUTODESK NAVISWORKS STEEL FABRICATION & HVAC • AUTODESK REVIT ERECTION CONTRACTOR CONTRACTOR • AUTODESK • TEKLA 3D BIM • CADDUCT • CMIC • AUTOCAD • GOOGLE SKETCHUP • PRIMAVERA P6 PLUMBING CONTRACTOR • PROJECTWISE • CADPIPE • SYNCHRO • TEKLA • TIMBERLINE • VELA SYSTEMS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR • AUTOCAD MEP GLAZING CONTRACTOR • RHINO FIRE SPRINKLER • AUTODESK INVENTOR CONTRACTOR • REVIT • AUTOCAD PLANT 3D ROOFING CONTRACTOR • REVIT STRUCTURE BIM REPOSITORY BENTLEY PROJECTWISE BIM COLLABORATION PLATFORM BOX DOCUMENT REPOSITORY
  • 6. SOFTWARE USE BY BUILDING INFORMATION MODEL STAKEHOLDER
  • 7. CASE STUDIES – DESIGN/BUILD RESEARCH 2 - UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO – DENVER TEXAS A&M HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER HEALTH SCIENCES CENTER • GENERAL CONTRACTOR: Satterfield & Pontikes • GENERAL CONTRACTOR: Mortenson Construction • PROJECT COST: $103.5 Million • PROJECT COST: $201 Million Project • PROJECT SCOPE: Two buildings • PROJECT SCOPE: 11 Floors - 540,000sf Bio-Medical • 128,000sf Health Professions Education Building Facility • 127,500sf Medical Research & Education Building • TECHNOLOGY: Used 3D & 4D BIM • GC invested $250,000 of their own money to build a BIM • BUSINESS VALUE REALIZED model prior to the bid. They were awarded the bid and • 74% Reduction in RFI’s during the Foundation phase were $10 Million lower than the next bidder • 47% Reduction in RFI’s during Steel Erection phase • Completed 2 months ahead of schedule & 6 months ahead of similar building for same client not using BIM • Mechanical Sub (U.S. Engineering) realized 50% reduction in labor and 50% reduction in schedule.SUTTER HEALTH MEDICAL CENTER CASTRO VALLEY U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY• GENERAL CONTRACTOR: DPR Construction • ARCHITECT CH2M-HILL• PROJECT COST: $320 Million • PROJECT COST: $100 Million• PROJECT SCOPE: 130-bed, acute care hospital, • PROJECT SCOPE: 45,000sf High Explosives Pressing Facility 230,000sf • Blast resistant concrete• Integrated Project Delivery (IPD): The team is using an • Extensive process piping 11-party Integrated Form of Agreement (IFOA) contract. • Eight separate electrical systems• $1.2 Million savings in Actual Cost vs. Budget • BIM model uncovered over 500 serious design problems• Shaved 2.25 years off Design & Permit process • Independent Cost Estimators calculated $10 million• EXPECTED COMPLETION: 2013 savings using BIM Source: McGraw-Hill: THE BUSINESS VALUE OF BIM - Getting Building Information Modeling to the Bottom Line
  • 8. Vision BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of PracticeThe intent of the BIM Lifecycle Operations COP is toexpose IFMA members to the full potential and valueof BIM and associated practices such as IntegratedProject Delivery (IPD) and Lean practices throughoutthe Design/Build/Own/Operate lifecycle of the builtenvironment.Representing the Facility Management profession ofthe Owner/Operator community, IFMA has a uniqueopportunity to play a significant role in thedevelopment of the policies, procedures,methodologies and standards currently being created.Our community of practice faces the risk having to livewith less than desirable deliverables by not beinginvolved.
  • 9. Goals / Outcomes BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of PracticeDesired outcomes from this COP:• Bring industry experts together with interested IFMA members in both in-person and virtual sessions to share knowledge and advance to practice and development of BIM and the Facility Management profession• Collaborate with NIBS/bSa and other associations in the development and use of BIM• Identify and create educational materials for IFMA members worldwide• Increase IFMA membership via interest and participation in this COP• Develop an IFMA ‘BIM Professional’ Certification• Increase the exposure and value of the IFMA brand by being known as the thought leaders in BIM for Lifecycle Operations.
  • 10. BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of Practice
  • 11. Balanced Scorecard
  • 12. ROADMAP  Sub Groups BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of Practice • Planning, Design & PermittingCROSS-OVER TOPICS • Construction, Commissioning & Handover • Legal, Insurance, Procurement & Regulatory • Facility Operations • Smart Cities, Communities & Real Estate Development Projects • Other? Each subgroup would acquire, produce & disseminate findings via reports, white papers, presentations and web-conferences. Potentially assist with creating content for IFMA publications
  • 13. Planning, Design & Permitting BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of PracticeThis subgroup should be focused on issues relating to the use of BIMduring the Planning, Design & Permitting phases of the project
  • 14. Construction, Commissioning& Handover BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of PracticeThis subgroup should be focused on issues relating to the use of BIM,Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) and Lean Construction topics duringthe Construction, Commissioning and Handover phases of the project
  • 15. Legal, Insurance, Procurement& Regulatory BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of PracticeThis subgroup should be focused on Legal, Insurance,Procurement and Regulatory issues relating to the use ofBIM, IPD and Lean Construction topics
  • 16. Facility Operations BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of Practice This subgroup should be focused on the use of BIM for Facility Operations, including though not limited to Space, Asset, Maintenance, Document Management, EH&S, IT, Security Building Automation System (BAS)/Building Management Systems along with other viable technologies, business processes, policies, procedures and best practices. A key topic for this group should include integration methods & best practices for BIM   CAMF/IWMS/CMMS/EAS/BAS
  • 17. Smart Cities, Communities &Real Estate Development BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of PracticeThis subgroup should be focused on utilizing BIM tools, processes &policies for use in Smart Cities, Communities and Real EstateDevelopment projects
  • 18. Potential Other Sub Groups BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of Practice • Planning, Design & Permitting • Construction, Commissioning & Handover • Legal, Insurance, Procurement & Regulatory • Facility Operations • Smart Cities, Communities & Real Estate Development Projects • Other?
  • 19. Back Office Issues & Tasks BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of PracticeBack Office Issues• Administrative Issues: • BIMLO Board of Directors • COP, Council or Hybrid • Creation of By-laws and other required documents• Association Relationship Management / Outreach Industry Connections & Collaboration• BIMLO Certification• Meeting Schedule• Meeting at EcoBuild America
  • 20. Administrative Issues BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of Practice• Administrative Issues: • BIMLO Board of Directors • COP, Council or Hybrid • Creation of By-laws and other required documents • Issues: $ for Rooms, PA & 501c6 to hold Requires a Requires a Board Meetings Video, Food & funds Council? of Directors? Public Relations Participate Other Travel & Public 501c6 to hold Requires a Requires a Board Associations Relations funds Council? of Directors?
  • 21. Social Media/Web Presence BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of Practice• IFMA Website • Councils & COP Page • We need a working site where IFMA COP Members can upload/download & collaborate• LinkedIn• Facebook
  • 22. Educational Products BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of Practice• BIMLO Training & Certification• Web-Conferences – 6 in 2013
  • 23. Association RelationshipManagement / Outreach BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of Practice Within IFMA Other Associations • Health Care Institute • AGC • Academic Facilities Council • AIA • Airport Facilities Council • BOMI • Banking Institutions & Credit Unions Council • Building SMART Alliance • City & Country Clubs Council • CABA • Corporate Facilities Council • CSI • Corporate Real Estate Council • CURT • Environmental Health & Safety Council • FIATECH • FM Consultants Council • IS2L • Food Service & Restaurant Council • NIBS • Information Technology: Council • OSCRE • Legal Industry Council • RICS • Manufacturing, Industrial & Logistics Council • ULI • Museums/Cultural Institutions Council • Public Sector Facilities Council • Research & Development Facilities Council • Utilities Council
  • 24. Association RelationshipManagement / Outreach BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of Practice
  • 25. Meeting Schedule BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of Practice2012• 6 December 8:00amET EcoBuild America, Washington, DC2013 (1st Tuesday of the Month)• 8 January 12noonET Phone Conference / Web• 5 February 12noonET Phone Conference / Web• 5 March 12noonET Phone Conference / Web• 2-4 April TBD IFMA Facility Fusion• 7 May 12noonET Phone Conference / Web• 4 June 12noonET Phone Conference / Web• 2 July 12noonET Phone Conference / Web• 3 September 12noonET Phone Conference / Web• October TBD World Workplace 2013, Philadelphia• 5 November 12noonET Phone Conference / Web• 3 December TBD EcoBuild America, Washington, DC
  • 26. EcoBuild America Agenda BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of Practice• Washington, DC• 6 December 2012• 8:00am Seminar• 4:00pm Meeting
  • 27. Open Discussion, Next Steps& Wrap Up BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of Practice
  • 28. BIM Lifecycle Operations Community of PracticeBIM Lifecycle Operations Community of Practice

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