Potted History of BIM from an MEP Perspective

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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

  1. 1. Potted History of BIM from an MEP Perspective Eddie Murphy Technical Director 14 December 2011
  2. 2. Virtual or Real?2006 Vulcan House Bid Image in StudioMax
  3. 3. Calculation Model2006 Designbuilder/Energy Plus Thermal Modelling
  4. 4. Lighting ModelsRelux Radiance
  5. 5. 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
  6. 6. 3D CAD2008: Arts Tower Existing Riser in Autodesk MEP
  7. 7. Organic Improvement2008 - 2010
  8. 8. Level1+2010 Halton School Revit MEP
  9. 9. Implications of Step Change Client Virtual Actual Post HandoverEngagement Construction Construction Programme Supply Co- Chain ordination Design Skills base Final Cost Detailing Logistics
  10. 10. Skills TransferSpatial Skills Component Knowledge TechnicalUnderstanding
  11. 11. ExampleWide Sweep MapressScrewed Stainless Galv. PaintedButt Equal Tee Equal Tee
  12. 12. New Language/New Methodology
  13. 13. Common View on Risks and Rewards
  14. 14. Incentive needs to be…“committed leadership, afocus on the customer,integrated processes andteams, a quality drivenagenda and commitmentto people”
  15. 15. Founded upon… Partnering
  16. 16. So we can Catch Up…Boeing 777; Paperless design and construct to less than 0.6mm tolerance
  17. 17. Our Approach
  18. 18. Collaborating Offline
  19. 19. 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?

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