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BIM SHOW LIVE 14 - Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM

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BIM Show Live 2014 - Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM, by Sarah Rock from RPC

BIM Show Live 2014 - Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM, by Sarah Rock from RPC

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  • 1. April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM 0
  • 2. Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM April 2014 Sarah Rock @sarahrocklaw sarah.rock@rpc.co.uk
  • 3. 2 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 4. 3 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 5. Introduction
  • 6. 5 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM Background
  • 7. Protocol BIM Contractual Diagram 6 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM Employer Information Manager EIRs BEP AppointmentsContract
  • 8. 7 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM BIM Information Manager  New role  Can be existing member of project team but objectivity is vital  Assists with putting EIRs and BEP together, setting up and implementing the BIM protocol  Co-ordinates and manages the BIM process  Maintains data archive  CIC scope of services
  • 9. 8 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM Employer’s Information Requirements  Software platforms  Data exchange format  Co-ordinates  Level of detail (general)  Level of detail (components)  Training  Standards  Stakeholder roles and responsibilities  Planning the work and data segregation  Security  Coordination and clash detection process  Collaboration process  Model review meetings  Health and safety and construction and design management  System performance constraints  Compliance plan  Delivery strategy for assets information  Timing of data drops  Clients strategic purpose  Defined BIM/project deliverables  BIM-specific competence assessment Technical Management Commercial
  • 10. 9 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM Employer’s Information Requirements Technical  Software platform  Data exchange format  Level of detail
  • 11. 10 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM Employer’s Information Requirements Management  Standards  Roles and responsibilities  Clash detection  Collaboration process
  • 12. 11 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM Employer’s Information Requirements Commercial  Data drops  BIM-specific competence assessment
  • 13. BIM Execution Plan  Enables Employer to determine if requirements within EIRs are achievable  Supplier submits to Employer detailing supply chain’s capabilities and responsibilities  Information Manager to assist  To detail which models are to be created, why and by whom 12 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 14. BIM Protocol 13 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 15. 14 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM CIC BIM Protocol  To be appended to contracts and appointments  Establishes priority of contract documents  Clause 6 – IP  Appendices – vital information
  • 16. BIM Protocol  Data exchange  Freezing points  Management of common data environment  Data security  File naming  Software to be used  Use of models 15 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 17. Contractual Options for BIM projects
  • 18. Contract Options 17 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 19. JCT Suite  Public Sector Supplement amended definition of Contract Document to include ‘any agreed BIM Protocol’  BIM working group considering further amendments where necessary  Constructing Excellence form of contract can be used for collaborative working 18 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 20. NEC3  Published ‘How to use BIM with NEC3 contracts’ supplement  Places obligation on the parties ‘to act in a spirit of mutual trust and co- operation’  Partnership option X12 must be selected for partnering 19 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 21. PPC2000  Used for Cookham Wood Prison BIM project with no contract amendments required  BIM Protocol available for use  Allows team members to contract as a team and allows others to join team through a ‘Joining Agreement’  Team works as a partnership with Core Group overseeing project 20 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 22. CIOB Complex Projects Contract  Designed for use on complex projects, multiple main contractors, multiple completion dates and construction period of more than one year  Requires that ‘the parties shall work together in the manner set out under the Contract and shall co-operate in a spirit of mutual trust and fairness’  Requires the parties to share information  Allows choice of BIM Protocol but has a default option  First standard form contract to cater for BIM specifically 21 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 23. Contract Options  Existing contracts can be used with minimal amendment  Details of requirements to be in Protocol and schedule of services not the contract itself  BIM-compatible amendments can be incorporated into all contracts 22 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 24. Procurement Routes for BIM projects
  • 25. Procurement for BIM  Early contractor involvement  Front loaded  Collaborative working  Sharing of information in design environment  To consider digital data 24 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 26. Traditional  Designed by Employer and executed by Contractor  Employer appoints QS, CA and Design team  Lead designer co-ordinates design team  When design substantially complete Contractor is appointed 25 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 27. Design and Build  Single point responsibility  Less control over design or cost of variations  Contractor appointed when design has passed the outline/scheme stage and then takes over the reigns  Contractor responsible for completing the design and ensuring compliance with Employer’s Requirements 26 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 28. Management Contracting  Main Contractor selected by quality of management of construction process  The Management Contractor stands in a contractual line between the Employer and the Works Contractors – but provisions give relief from line responsibility to the Employer for certain aspects of performance.  The Management Contractor cannot enforce and recover those aspects against the Works Contractors  Contractor engaged early to contribute construction expertise to the design  Increased risk for Employer 27 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 29. Construction Management  Main Contractor selected by quality of management of construction process  Construction Manager appointed in effect as a consultant  Employer, on the advice of the Construction Manager, enters into Works contracts directly  Suitable for fast track projects or those with short lead time  Increased risk for Employer  No main contract 28 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 30. Collaborative Procurement  Use partnering advisers  Careful assessment of project at outset needed to determine suitability 29 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 31. Early Contractor Involvement  Preliminary design prepared by Employer’s designer  Tenderers submit delivery proposals but typically no design development at this stage  Two stage tendering used  Contractor works with the Employer to develop the design during Stage 1  Employer can terminate ECI contract at any stage during Stage 1 with a formal break point before committing to Stage 2 30 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 32. Two Stage Tendering  Early contractor involvement  Front loaded  Collaborative working  Preferred contractor appointed early in process on basis of limited information  Initial tender obtained against outline scope/design/budget/programme  Second stage normally managed as negotiation between Employer and preferred Contractor  Preferred Contractor works with designers to develop design 31 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 33. Two Stage Tendering  Allows Employer to begin work on site earlier  Contractor on board earlier so can advise on buildability and sequencing  Design developed during second stage – risk Contractor may inflate price substantially at this point  Relies on spirit of collaboration 32 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 34. Procurement for BIM  Collaborative forms of contracts encouraged  Pre-selection of team should take account of commitment to and capability to implement BIM  Project team to ‘build the project twice’  Early contractor involvement 33 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 35. Specific Clauses to look out for on BIM projects
  • 36. Specific Clauses to look out for  Standards  Services  Fee structure  IP  IT 35 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 37. Standards  Reasonable skill and care of BIM…….  Potential issue in disputes  RICS BIM Manager Certification – focus on practical BIM experience  BRE Global developing BIM certification schemes  BS11000, BS7000, PAS 1192-2, PAS 1192-3, BS1192-4 36 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 38. Standards PAS 1192-2  ‘Publically Available Specification’  CAPEX  Specification for information management for the capital/delivery phase of construction projects using building information modelling  ‘Compliance with a PAS cannot confer immunity from legal obligations.’  February 2013 37 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 39. Standards PAS 1192-3  OPEX  Specification for information management for the operational phase of assets using building information modelling  March 2014  ‘Compliance with this PAS cannot confer immunity from legal obligations.’  Asset management 38 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 40. Services  CIC Scope of Services for Information Manager  Additional duties to be defined in other professional appointments  Look at review, co-ordination and integration to clarify design responsibility 39 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 41. Fee Structure  Front loaded work flow for design team  Fee structure to reflect this 40 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 42. Intellectual Property  Little change at Level 2 BIM  Use permitted by licence for FM  Clear audit trails for amendments  Licence to use/alter manufacturer’s objects 41 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 43. IT  Cloud – software as a service (SAAS) allows multi-tenancy  Community cloud hosting  Responsibility for cloud provision and data security  ISO/IEC 27001 – Information Security Management  VHS – DVD – downloads - …………  How will we view BIM models in ten years time? 42 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 44. 43 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM Facilities Management  Complete asset register negates requirement for full building asset survey  How to ensure model is ‘as built’  Assists going forwards with O&M  Visual 3D walkthroughs to locate faults  Laser scanning for pre-existing assets  Soft landings  PAS1192-3
  • 45. 44 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 46. 45 April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM
  • 47. Q&A
  • 48. April 2014Lego to Minecraft: from 3D CAD to BIM 47