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Potted History of BIM from an MEP Perspective

Potted History of BIM from an MEP Perspective
Eddie Murphy, Technical Director, Mott MacDonald - Pecha Kucha presentation given at #GetBIM event, Leeds Metropolitan University, 14 December 2011.

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    Potted History of BIM from an MEP Perspective Potted History of BIM from an MEP Perspective Presentation Transcript

    • Potted History of BIM from an MEP Perspective Eddie Murphy Technical Director 14 December 2011
    • Virtual or Real?2006 Vulcan House Bid Image in StudioMax
    • Calculation Model2006 Designbuilder/Energy Plus Thermal Modelling
    • Lighting ModelsRelux Radiance
    • CFD •Grade II* listed building •Office made to fit an academic use •Hot in Summer •Draughty in Winter •Over occupation2008: IES Model Arts Tower, University of Sheffield
    • 3D CAD2008: Arts Tower Existing Riser in Autodesk MEP
    • Organic Improvement2008 - 2010
    • Level1+2010 Halton School Revit MEP
    • Implications of Step Change Client Virtual Actual Post HandoverEngagement Construction Construction Programme Supply Co- Chain ordination Design Skills base Final Cost Detailing Logistics
    • Skills TransferSpatial Skills Component Knowledge TechnicalUnderstanding
    • ExampleWide Sweep MapressScrewed Stainless Galv. PaintedButt Equal Tee Equal Tee
    • New Language/New Methodology
    • Common View on Risks and Rewards
    • Incentive needs to be…“committed leadership, afocus on the customer,integrated processes andteams, a quality drivenagenda and commitmentto people”
    • Founded upon… Partnering
    • So we can Catch Up…Boeing 777; Paperless design and construct to less than 0.6mm tolerance
    • Our Approach
    • Collaborating Offline
    • Summary• Yes BIM is here… but… – Is it a marketing tool or the beginnings of a new epoc for the Industry? – Are the Rewards and Reduced Risk enough for the whole industry to completely revolutionise how we do things? – Will historic lack of investment in our industry frustrate progress to Level 2 and beyond? – Can this industry step up to the plate to us BIM as the vehicle to deliver real value for its customers?