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Martin's presentation from the joint CIBSE and B&ES event at Leeds Hilton Doubletree on 19th Sept 2012 on BIM and collaboration within the construction industry.

Martin's presentation from the joint CIBSE and B&ES event at Leeds Hilton Doubletree on 19th Sept 2012 on BIM and collaboration within the construction industry.

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    Martin Brown - BIM 19/9/12 Martin Brown - BIM 19/9/12 Presentation Transcript

    • more than just an I N F O R M AT I O N MODEL martin brown fairsnape@gmail.com @fairsnape
    • more than just an I N F O R M AT I O N MODEL Martin Brown Fairsnape + Constructing Excellence Collaborative Working Champion + Chair Lancs Construction Best Practice Club + Co-Founder BE2 martin brown fairsnape@gmail.com @fairsnape
    • “the total, collaborative andvirtual modelling of allaspects of a facility prior toconstruction, duringconstruction and in use.” Martin Brown
    • "BIM use requires skills anda mindset that allow us towork productively andeffectively in acollaborative setting" Randy Deutsch
    • Empire State Building
    • Ropemaker Place
    • Source: Rafael Sacks
    • Factors:Increased building and component complexityNew (unnecessary?) complex building systemsIncreased process complexityIncreased organisation complexityComplex production systems
    • Ineffective production systems … cause Waste: (MUDA) • Waiting - information, materials, etc.• Reworking• Moving• Work in progress• Over-production• Unnecessary processing• Transfer of materials (double-handling)• Products that do not meet requirement
    • Typical Project Efficiency Footprint Martin Brown
    • BIM: a continuation of ourcollaborative working journey
    • Understand Value Relationships Integrated Working Collaborative Costing Continuous Improvement PeopleBuilding Down Barriers
    • BUILTENVIRONMENTIMPROVEMENT SUSTAINABILITY COLLABORATIVE WORKING VALUEmartin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
    • BUILTENVIRONMENTIMPROVEMENT SUSTAINABILITY COLLABORATIVE WORKING VALUEmartin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
    • BUILTENVIRONMENTIMPROVEMENT SUSTAINABILITY COLLABORATIVE WORKING VALUEmartin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
    • BUILTENVIRONMENTIMPROVEMENT SUSTAINABILITY COLLABORATIVE WORKING VALUEmartin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
    • Poorcommunications at the root of most construction problems?
    • ... Better communication
    • How can BIM enablecollaboration with everyone?
    • Comfortable with paperlessprojects, with sharing digitally
    • Comfortable with sharing andengaging across social media?
    • Project Process Control?
    • Integrating BIM intoexisting process
    • “getting fed uphearing aboutBIM, BIM, BIM,when no one another industry fad, a brief encounter?r e a l l yunderstands it"
    • Do you +ZAP energy Do you -SAP energy
    • Responses to BIM? Architect? Builders? Providers? Facilities Management? Advocates? Services? Government?
    • There go my people I must find out“ where they are going so I can lead them.” French politician Alexandre Ledru-Rollin
    • HONDA "everything we dogoes into everything we do"
    • Virtual Worlds, Games, Second Life "a social dimension to BIM?"
    • BIM beyond BoundariesThe majority of BIM-related literature and eventshave been focused on technology, not on peoplewho use it. People issues and attitudes are themain impediment to the collaborative workprocesses enabled by the technology. http://www.di.net/articles/bim_beyond_boundaries/Randy Deutsch
    • BIM beyond BoundariesHuman issues, issues of communication andcollaboration, firm culture, motivation, and workflow— all exacerbated by the advent of BIM into theworkplace — are an even greater challenge thanthe admittedly considerable software applicationand technical problems associated with BIM’s use.http://www.di.net/articles/bim_beyond_boundaries/Randy Deutsch
    • BIM Constraints 1. Collaborative Mindset 2. Technical Capabilities 3. Maturity of the client 4. Procurement route 5. Programme v model detail
    • BIM Benefits1. Enhanced collaboration2. Improved project understanding 3. More accurate and efficient cost management4. Virtual design and construction5. Client engagement and relationships6. Elimination of MUDA (waste and non-valueadding activities)
    • BIM Benefits1. Enhanced collaboration2. Improved project understanding 3. More accurate and efficient cost management4. Virtual design and construction5. Client engagement and relationships6. Elimination of MUDA (waste and non-valueadding activities)
    • more than just an I N F O R M AT I O N MODEL martin brown fairsnape@gmail.com @fairsnape
    • THINK BIM www.thinkbim.org Design and PreConstruction Evening events 10th Oct and 7th Nov Conference: 5th Dec 1pm #TBim Tweetchat: 26 Nov 8pm