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Describes multiple types of BIM models beyond the one most people know, and describe BIM’s evolving role in the Real Estate Ecosystem.

Describes multiple types of BIM models beyond the one most people know, and describe BIM’s evolving role in the Real Estate Ecosystem.

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Ifmasv Roundtable   Sj City College09 May12 Ifmasv Roundtable Sj City College09 May12 Presentation Transcript

  • IFMA Silicon Valley Roundtable San Jose City College May 9, 2012 Integrating BIM + IWMS For Lifecycle Operations Presented by Andy Fuhrman, IFMA Fellow Vice President of Product Development Bricsnet FM AmericaALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2011
  • AGENDA TOPICS • TYPES OF BIM MODELS • ROLE OF BIM IN REAL PROPERTY ECOSYSTEM • USE CASE & VALUE PROPOSITION • IFMA BIM FOR LIFECYCLE MANAGEMENTALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2011
  • DEFINITION OF BIMBuilding Information Modeling (BIM) is a digital representation of physical and functionalcharacteristics of a facility. A BIM is a shared knowledge resource for information about afacility forming a reliable basis for decisions during its life-cycle; defined as existing fromearliest conception to demolition.The vision for NBIMS is “an improved planning, design, construction, operation, andmaintenance process using a standardized machine-readable information model for eachfacility, new or old, which contains all appropriate information created or gathered aboutthat facility in a format useable by all throughout its lifecycle.” Source: National Institute of Building Sciences ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2011
  • TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURAL PROJECT DESIGN METHODS 2D CADALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2012
  • PHOTOREALISTIC MODELSALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2012
  • PHOTOREALISTIC MODELS PHOTO BIM MODELALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2011
  • 3D MASSING MODELSALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2012
  • INTELLIGENT BUILDING OBJECTS HVAC Total Estimated Demand http://www.generac.com/genApps/Libraries/Manuals/ViewManual.aspx?ItemN Installation Manual br=0H8218&dtMO=07/20/2010&typ=m 36” if against a non-combustible wall per NFPA37, otherwise 60” GRAPHIC Interference Offset offset Length 76.77Name: Generator_60k-Watts_Single-Phase_Guardian-Series_QT06024_Generac MainsCategory: ElectricalEquipment Manufacturer Generac Power Systems, Inc.Parameters AVSX - 120/240 Volts Max #1 Pole Breakers04 CSI 26 32 13 Model95 CSI 16230 Model Number QT06024AVSXAmps LPG 250 ModificationsAmps NG 250 MountingApparent Load Phase A OmniClass Code 22-26 32 13Apparent Load Phase B http://www.generac.com/genApps/Libraries/Manuals/ViewManual.aspx?ItemN OWNERS MANUALApparent Load Phase C br=0H7320&dtMO=08/09/2010&typ=mAssembly Code D5090200 Panel Name Clearance of 60” from any point recommended from windows, Power Total ConnectedClearance Note 1 doors, any opening in the wall, and shrubs or vegetation over Power Total Estimated 12” in height. DemandCost http://www.generac.com/Residential/Guardian/Products/Guardian_Series_60_k Product URLdb(A) at exercise 65dB(A) W/db(A) at normal Rated Power (LPG/NG) 60,000 Watts/ 60,000 Watts 72dB(A)operating load Short Circuit RatingDefault Elevation 0 Show Interference Specifiers Properties Information Exchange (SPIE).Description 60kW Standby Generator Sizing Guide http://www.mygenerac.com/PublicPDFs/0172610SBY.pdfDimensions 76.77x33.5x45.1 SMARTBIM Contact mailto:SMARTBIM@smartbim.comDistribution System SmartBIM Object Created SMARTBIM, LLCEnclosure Steel ByEngine 2.4L Inline 4 - Turbo SmartBIM Object Version 3Engine/Alternator RPM 3600 RPM SMARTBIM URL http://www.SMARTBIM.comFuel Consumption LPG cu Technical Information http://www.generac.com/SpecSheets/0187700SBY.pdf 9ft/hr (gal/hr) Total ConnectedFuel Consumption NG cu Total Estimated Demand 862ft/hr UnitGas Line Inlet 0.75 URL http://www.generac.com/Generator Weight 1441 Pounds Voltage 277/480 Three PhaseHeight 45.1 WattageHVAC Total Connected Width 33.5 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2012
  • 4D BIM (SCHEDULING & PLANNING)ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2012
  • 5D BIM (ESTIMATING & FINANCIALS)ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2012
  • VIRTUAL DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION (VDC)/BIM VALUE FOR AEC & THEIR CUSTOMER Why is AEC/Design/Build BIM Important To FM/CRE’s?ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2012
  • INFORMATION TYPES • GRAPHICS • EMBEDDED DATA – INTELLIGENT BUILDING OBJECTS • HYPERLINKS • ATTACHED DOCUMENTS – VIA HYPERLINKSALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2012
  • REAL PROPERTY ECOSYSTEM BIM CREATORS GENERAL ARCHITECTS & & MATERIALSSUBCONTRACTORS ENGINEERS SUPPLIER END USER/OCCUPIER TECHNOLOGY REAL ESTATE BROKERS APPLICATIONS FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS INVESTORS VALUATION COPYRIGHT (C0 2012 ANDY FUHRMAN IWMS LEGAL BUILDING INFORMATION MODELS (BIM) GIS EXTERNAL STAKEHOLDERS IFMA & PROVIDERS LOCAL OTHER UTILITIES BOMA PERMITTING PERMITTING AGENCIES AGENCIES BIM REVIEWERS PERFORMANCE INDICES & CERTIFIERS COPYRIGHT © 2012 ANDY FUHRMAN ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2011
  • DEMONSTRATION USE CASE http://youtu.be/lTs4j_0IuzwALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2011
  • DATA EXCHANGE USE CASE: BIM  IWMS WORK ORDER FULFILLMENTAEC FIRMSOWNER & DATA ORIGINATION ONUMA GRAPHICAL AND GIS BIM MODEL QUERIES & ANALYTICS BUILDING BRICSNET FLOOR SPACE WORK ORDERS ORGANIZATION ASSET ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2011
  • DATA EXCHANGE USE CASE: ROUND TRIP WORK ORDER VALUE PROPOSITION • LABOR SAVINGS - MINIMIZE MANUAL DATA ENTRY TIME • IMPROVED DATA QUALITY – REDUCED KEYSTROKES MINIMIZES DATA ERROR • QUICK ACCESS TO IMPROVED DATA ANALYTICS • REPORTS & DASHBOARDS • BIM • GISALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2011
  • DATA EXCHANGE USE CASE: BIM FOR ACCELERATED DEPRECIATIONFIRMS AEC BIM MODEL BUILDING BRICSNET FLOOR SPACE ASSET SEGREGATION ASSETOWNERS FINANCIAL SOFTWARE ASSET DEPRECIATION ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2011
  • DATA EXCHANGE USE CASE: BIM FOR ACCELERATED DEPRECIATION Present Value of Tax Savings Building, Construction and Year 1 Years 1 to 6 Facility Type Acquisition Cost ($ USD) ($ USD)VALUE PROPOSITION ($ USD)• ASSETS - FF&E considered Restaurant 5,000,000 102,500 2.05% 410,500 8.21% Personal Property and qualifies Light Manufacturing 10,000,000 205,000 2.05% 821,000 8.21% for Accelerated Depreciation (5, Distribution Center 10,000,000 82,000 0.82% 344,000 3.44% 7, 10, 15, 20 years vs. 39.5) Distribution Center (REIT) 10,000,000 185,000 1.85% 774,000 7.74% Class A Office Building 10,000,000 126,500 1.27% 600,000 6.00%• LABOR SAVINGS - Information Senior Living Facility 10,000,000 132,500 1.33% 538,000 5.38% quickly available for analysis Auto Dealership 2,000,000 25,000 1.25% 107,000 5.35% and modeling before Bank 2,000,000 32,000 1.60% 136,000 6.80% construction begins. Cold Storage 2,000,000 46,000 2.30% 182,000 9.10%• FINANCIAL ROI – Significant Tax Laboratories 10,000,000 164,000 1.64% 681,000 6.81% Computer Data Center 10,000,000 220,000 2.20% 950,000 9.50% Savings and Building Owners High Technology 10,000,000 239,000 2.39% 966,000 9.66% charge more rent for Building Golf Course 10,000,000 126,000 1.26% 672,000 6.72% Improvements and captures the Hotel 10,000,000 164,000 1.64% 681,000 6.81% federal tax depreciation benefit Strip Mall 10,000,000 107,500 1.08% 450,000 4.50% Medical Office Building 10,000,000 88,500 0.89% 442,500 4.43% Multifamily 10,000,000 91,000 0.91% 341,000 3.41% Class C Office Building 10,000,000 82,500 0.83% 395,000 3.95% ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2011
  • IFMA BIM RESOURCESALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2011
  • Integrating BIM + IWMS For Lifecycle Operations For More Information Please Contact: Andy Fuhrman, IFMA Fellow +1.831.458.3346 Andy.fuhrman.799@gmail.comALL RIGHTS RESERVED © BRICSNET 2011