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TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations
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TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERS: Integrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations

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Basic primer designed to educate industry stakeholders on the use of Building Information Models (BIM)

Basic primer designed to educate industry stakeholders on the use of Building Information Models (BIM)

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  • 1. TECHNOLOGY TOOLS FOR FACILITY MANAGERSIntegrating Building Information Models And Integrated Workplace Management Systems For Lifecycle Operations Presented by Andy Fuhrman, IFMA Fellow June 13, 2012 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 2. LEARNING OBJECTIVES• What is BIM?• How is it used?• Why bother?• At what point in the project lifecycle do I need to start thinking of BIM?• What information do you want out of the BIM Model?• How will you use it?• Will it work with your existing technology and how will they connect?• Is your workforce capable and interested in using new technologies?• Are there any legal and budget considerations to be concerned with?• Where can I find more information on this topic? ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 3. AGENDA TOPICS • TYPES OF BUILDING INFORMATION MODELS – WITH A FOCUS ON THE ‘I’ • THE ROLE OF BIM IN REAL PROPERTY ECOSYSTEM • USE CASE & VALUE PROPOSITION • RESOURCES • Q&A OPEN DISCUSSIONALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 4. POLLING ATTENDEES• Does your organization use: • IWMS/CAFM? • CMMS? • BMS/BAS? • BIM? ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 5. TYPES OF BIM MODELS & DATAALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 6. 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 © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 7. TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURAL PROJECT DESIGN METHODS 2D CADALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 8. PHOTOREALISTIC MODELSALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 9. PHOTOREALISTIC MODELS PHOTO BIM MODELALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 10. 3D MASSING MODELSALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 11. 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 © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 12. 4D BIM (SCHEDULING & PLANNING) Source: http://www.synchroltd.com/library/images/casestudy/haselden-ncar%20pic%2003.jpgALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 13. 5D BIM (ESTIMATING & FINANCIALS)ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 14. PROJECT DELIVERY THESE APPLICATIONS PROVIDE SIGNIFICANT OPERATIONAL VALUE BY LIGHTING MODELING DESIGNAEC FIRMS MAY USE A CONCEPTS THATVARIETY OF SOFTWARE RESULT IN LOWERAPPLICATIONS IN THE LIFECYCLE ENERGY COST.CREATION OF A BIMMODEL. SPEND $ UPFTRONT TO RECEIVE $$$$$ SAVINGSYOU MUST TAKE THIS OVER THE LONG TERMINTO CONSIDERATION ATTHE BEGINNING OF THEPROJECT AS IT IMPACTSWHAT INFORMATIONWILL BE AVIALABLE FOROPERATIONS AND THEEFFORT/COST REQUIREDTO GET IT THIS IS WHERE YOU WANT TO INTEGRATE BMS THE FM/RE TOOLS WITH THE BIM MODEL, THOUGH YOU NEED TO IWMS CMMS KNOW WHAT YOUNOTE: Though this is an WANT & COORDINATEoutdate image, it does a good WITH THE AEC FIRMSjob conveying the variety ofsoftware applications that can DURING THE CONTRACT,be use with BIM DESIGN-BUILD PHASE ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 15. PROJECT DELIVERY & HANDOFF FM/CRE FM/CRE Systems Systems Integration Implementation CAFM/CMMS/PM FM/CRE Systems Cost of Integration with Developing HR, Finance and ITInformation Current Manual Process and Technology Systems Maintenance Interoperable Data Process Planning Design Procurement Construction Occupancy and Operations Commissioning p 2003 CAFM Services DESIGN – BUILD PHASE LIFECYCLE OPERATION PHASE (1 – 6 YEARS) (6 – 100+ YEARS) Owner pays AEC Team more $ during the Design Owner saves $$$$$ over Operational life of asset Phase to develop BIM model & Data Exchange ownership & management by being able to quickly Requirements and Methodology bulk load FM/RE systems which provide Metrics, Analysis, Reporting, Benchmarking & Transparency ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 16. INFORMATION TYPES Graphical images created by BIM • GRAPHICAL Software, GIS Systems, Manufacturers Catalogs Data created either in the BIM by AEC/FM stakeholders or created • DATABASE & LIVE SYSTEMS externally exchanged via Systems Integration methods including Web Services & COBie. Linked information may come as part of a document repository (different from a database), or linked to external web- • HYPERLINKS based sources such as the manufacturers equipment manuals, websites and external data sources . REMEMBER –Website URL’s tend to change over time.ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 17. DATA COLLECTION AND INTEGRATIONThe Construction-OperationsBuilding information exchange(COBie) delivers building assetinformation.COBie provides a vendor-neutralinterchange format that allowsbuilding asset information to flowwithout the multiple stages ofrediscovery and rekeying requiredtoday. COBie is an internationaldata exchange specification calledthe Industry Foundation Class (IFC)Facility Management HandoverModel View Definition (MVD).Source: http://www.wbdg.org/resources/cobie.php ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 18. DATA COLLECTION AND INTEGRATION Construction Operations Building Information Exchange (COBie)ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 19. DATA COLLECTION AND INTEGRATION – COBie CHALLENGE Company Product Market Event Producer Consumer Method ARCHIBUS, Inc. ARCHIBUS FM Dec 2011 X COBie Spreadsheet v. 2.40 AssetWORKS AiM FM Mar 2010 X COBie Spreadsheet v. 2.26 AutoDesk Revit Design Jul 2008 X IFC 2x3 Coordination View AutoDesk Revit Design Jun 2010 COBie Spreadsheet v. 2.26 Bentley Architecture Design Mar 2010 X IFC 2x3 Coordination View DDS DDS-CADD MEP Design Dec 2009 X IFC 2x3 Coordination View EagleCMMS Proteus MMX FM Mar 2012 X COBie Spreadsheet v. 2.40 EcoDomus EcoDomus Construction Mar 2010 X X COBie Spreadsheet v. 2.26 FaME FaME FM Dec 2009 X IFC 2x3 Coordination View FM: Systems FM: Interact FM Mar 2012 X COBie Spreadsheet v. 2.40 Granlund RYHTI FM Dec 2009 X IFC 2x3 Coordination View Graphisoft ArchiCAD Design Dec 2009 IFC 2x3 Coordination View IBM MAXIMO FM Dec 2011 X COBie Spreadsheet v. 2.40 LATISTA LATISTA Field Construction Dec 2010 X X COBie Spreadsheet v. 2.26 MicroMain MicroMain FM Mar 2009 X COBie Spreadsheet v. 1.00 Nemetscheck VectorWorks Design Mar 2009 IFC 2x3 Coordination View Project BluePrint ProjectBluePrint FM Dec 2009 COBie Spreadsheet v. 1.00 Onuma Onuma System Multiple Mar 2012 X X COBie Spreadsheet v. 2.40 SMB Morada FM Dec 2009 X COBie Spreadsheet v. 2.24 TMA Systems TMA FM Mar 2012 X COBie Spreadsheet v. 2.40 VELA VELA Software Commissioning Mar 2010 X X COBie Spreadsheet v. 2.26 Vizelia Facility Online FM Dec 2009 X IFC 2x3 Coordination View The purpose of the March 2012 COBie Challenge was for CAFM/CMMS software vendors toSource: http://www.wbdg.org/resources/cobie.php demonstrate their products ability to consume COBie data ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 20. DATA COLLECTION AND INTEGRATION - WEB SERVICESALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 21. THE ROLE OF BIM IN REAL PROPERTY ECOSYSTEMALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 22. LIFECYCLE OPERATIONSALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 23. REAL PROPERTY ECOSYSTEM BIM CREATORS GENERAL ARCHITECTS & & MATERIALSSUBCONTRACTORS ENGINEERS SUPPLIER END USER/OCCUPIER TECHNOLOGY REAL ESTATE BROKERS APPLICATIONS FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS INVESTORS VALUATION FM/RE COPYRIGHT (C0 2012 ANDY FUHRMAN LEGAL BUILDING INFORMATION APPS 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 © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 24. REAL PROPERTY ECOSYSTEM Real Space Maintenance Finance HRRegardless of how the previous slides Estate Planningare configured or images of systemdesign you see in the future, keep inmind – no one single softwareapplication or technology is at thecenter of the universe. COPYRIGHT (C0 2012 ANDY FUHRMANTo be truly effective, stakeholdertechnology are components of a IT Security Legal Sales & Marketing External Supplysystem. All must function effectively Chainindividually and in concert with eachother for a healthy operations. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 25. USE CASE & VALUE PROPOSITIONALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 26. DEMONSTRATION - PASADENA CITY COLLEGE ENERGY SENSORSALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012 Full Video Available @ http://vimeo.com/43099369
  • 27. 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 © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 28. 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 © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 29. 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 © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 30. HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT Measuring the economic value of employee performance Employee Headcount 8,360 Approximated Annual Payroll per Employee $50,000 Approximated Annual Payroll $418,000,000 Payroll Savings @ 1 % Employee Productivity $4,180,000 Payroll Savings @ 1/2 % Employee Productivity $2,090,000 Payroll Savings @ 1/4 % Employee Productivity $1,045,000How do you, your technologies, policies and procedures impact employee productivity?• Building Infrastructure & Technology System Downtime• Hot/Cold Calls, Malfunctioning Equipment• IAQ• Business Disruptions• Lighting, Noise, Ergonomics• Safety, Security, Natural Disasters• Business Continuity ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 31. HUMAN CAPITAL MANAGEMENT Measuring the economic value of employee performance U.S. Based Companies Tech Companies In China What are we doing differently? • Knowledge? • Policies & Procedures? • Technology? • Innovation? Source: http://primitus.com/blog/2010/04/ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 32. CASE STUDIES – DESIGN/BUILD RESEARCH 2 - UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO – DENVER HEALTH TEXAS A&M HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER 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 Facility • 128,000sf Health Professions Education Building • TECHNOLOGY: Used 3D & 4D BIM • 127,500sf Medical Research & Education Building • BUSINESS VALUE REALIZED • GC invested $250,000 of their own money to build a BIM • 74% Reduction in RFI’s during the Foundation phase model prior to the bid. They were awarded the bid and were • 47% Reduction in RFI’s during Steel Erection phase $10 Million lower than the next bidder • 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. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGYSUTTER HEALTH MEDICAL CENTER CASTRO VALLEY • ARCHITECT CH2M-HILL• GENERAL CONTRACTOR: DPR Construction • PROJECT COST: $100 Million• PROJECT COST: $320 Million • PROJECT SCOPE: 45,000sf High Explosives Pressing Facility• PROJECT SCOPE: 130-bed, acute care hospital, 230,000sf • Blast resistant concrete• Integrated Project Delivery (IPD): The team is using an 11- • Extensive process piping 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 savings using• EXPECTED COMPLETION: 2013 BIM Source: McGraw-Hill: THE BUSINESS VALUE OF BIM - Getting Building Information Modeling to the Bottom Line ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 33. CONSIDERATIONS• There’s a learning curve - You need a workforce that is eager to learn how to leverage new technologies, policies and procedures.• Employing BIM requires and Integrated Project Delivery approach, bringing many major stakeholders into the process early on.• AEC design firms need to know what information FM’s for operations at the beginning of the process.• Employing BIM for construction requires knowledgeable AEC service providers, which is difficult in a low-bid contracting process.• A well defined data exchange and/or integration path between BIM and FM/RE systems is needed early in the process.• While BIM for construction has proven ROI, integrating BIM with FM is still an immature process with very few ROI metrics available. We know it’s there, we just need organizations to step up to the plate, work through the proof of concepts and track their before/after metrics. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 34. BIM RESOURCES• THE BUSINESS VALUE OF BIM - Getting Building Information Modeling to the Bottom Line McGraw-Hill: http://images.autodesk.com/adsk/files/final_2009_bim_smartmarket_report.pdf• BUILDINGSMART ALLIANCE http://www.buildingsmartalliance.org• ONUMA http://onuma.com/ Full Video Available @ http://vimeo.com/43099369• ECODOMUS http://www.ecodomus.com/ Check out their PowerPoints at http://www.slideshare.net/brownkr111/ecodomus-bimfm-presentation-chicago- bim-ipd-group-april-2012• U.S. GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION: 3D-4D BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING http://www.gsa.gov/portal/category/21062• GSA BIM GUIDE FOR FACILITY MANAGEMENT http://www.gsa.gov/graphics/pbs/BIM_Guide_Series_Facility_Management.pdf• CONSTRUCTION OPERATIONS BUILDING INFORMATION EXCHANGE (COBie) www.wbdg.org/resources/cobie.php• IFMA http://www.ifma.org/resources/bim/• U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS CAD-BIM CENTER https://cadbim.usace.army.mil/%5C• THE INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR SUSTAINABLE LABORATORIES (I2SL) http://www.i2sl.org/working/labfm.html• STANFORD UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR INTEGRATED FACILITY ENGINEERING (CIFE) http://cife.stanford.edu/publications ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 35. LEARNING OBJECTIVES• What is BIM?• How is it used?• Why bother?.• At what point in the project lifecycle do I need to start thinking of BIM?• What information do you want out of the BIM Model?• How will you use it?• Will it work with your existing technology and how will they connect?• Is your workforce capable and interested in using new technologies?• Are there any legal and budget considerations to be concerned with?• Where can I find more information on this topic? ALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 36. Q&A OPEN DISCUSSIONALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012
  • 37. Integrating BIM + IWMS For Lifecycle Operations Thank You! For More Information Please Contact: Andy Fuhrman, IFMA Fellow +1.831.458.3346 Andy.fuhrman.799@gmail.comALL RIGHTS RESERVED © ANDY FUHRMAN 2012

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