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    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 1ARCDOXRalph Montague BArch MRIAIArchitect, Managing Partner, ArcDoxChairman RIAI Practice Committee for BIMCoordinator CITA BIM GroupBIM | Building Information Modellingand the Designer | Integrating the Design ProcessARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 2BIM – Integrating the Design Process► Design is a Process – How can BIM Help? Conceive an Idea ► Success of the process Capture or Express the Idea depends on … Analyse and Test the Idea Refine the Idea Communicate the Idea Quality Information Get Feedback on the Idea Streamlined Workflows Validate the idea Feedback Loops Document the Idea Iterations Detail the Idea Optimising Construct the Idea Decision MakingARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 3 BIM - Building Information Modelling ► People, Process & Technology Investors Solicitors Client Representatives Property Managers Services Consultants Bankers Owners Accountants Facilities Managers Quantity Surveyors B I M Project Managers Operations & Maintenance Contractors Specialist Consultants Visualisation Architects Design Structural Analysis Project Building Information Modelling Engineers Energy Performance Construction Contractors Drawings Project Programming Property Investment Schedules Cost EstimatingSub-Contractors Facility Specifications Documents Space Usage Manufacturers Product Data Operations & Maintenance Suppliers Tenants Users Maintenance Manuals ARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 4What is BIM?► Address Inefficiencies of Current Documentation Systems Multiple Documents/Applications Manual Coordination 2D DRAWINGS SPECIFICATIONS Multiple Excessive Checking Documents Prone to Human Error Multiple PROJECT Manually Software DOCUMENTATION Coordinated Applications Information Labour Intensive Costly & Time Consuming Multiple Reduced Quality Designers Increased Liability SCHEDULES PRODUCTION DETAILSARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 5What is BIM?► Object-Based Modelling (not line-based drawing) Assembled from Object with Intelligent Building Data Bathrooms Kitchen Structural & Core Elements 3D Components & Assemblies Roof Doors Windows Floors Walls Building Elements The BIM Model Furniture & FittingsARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 6What is BIM?► Fully Coordinated Drawings and Information Schedules Information Extracted from a Single Model/Database Plans Drawings Details Sheets Renderings The BIM Model Schedules Elevations Building Analysis Information Sections NBS SpecificationARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 7What is BIM?► Manage Building Information within a Single Application 2D DRAWINGS INTELLIGENT SPECIFICATIONS Single Intelligent Database INPUT 3D Object Based Modelling Automatic Coordination 3D VISUALIZATION BUILDING ANALYSIS Reduced Labour/Time BIM Model Reduced Cost Improved Quality COORDINATED OUTPUT Reduced Liability SCHEDULES PRODUCTION DETAILS QUANTITY TAKE‐OFF               CLASH DETECTIONARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 8What is BIM?► Level 2 BIM – Sharing Models for Coordination Review Site/Civil Architectural Structural Services Model Model Model Model 3D Coordination 4D 5D 6D 7D Sequencing Cost Control Sustainability Analysis Facilities ManagementARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 9BIM - Impact on Design & Construction► BIM Workflows & Information Exchange Streamline fragmented work processes in construction Seamless exchange, integration & management of project information Achieve quantum improvements in programme, productivity & quality Architect Architect Civil Civil Building Building Structural Structural Owner Owner Engineer Engineer Shared Facilities Services Facilities Services Project Manager Engineer Manager Engineer Models Quantity Quantity Contractor Contractor Surveyor Surveyor Project Project Manager Manager Information “Chaos” Shared Project ModelARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 10BIM- Impact on Design & Construction► Shift Design Effort – Reduce Cost of Resolving Problems Shift Design Effort Problem Area EFFORT Traditional Process BIM Process DESIGN DOCUMENT CONSTRUCT TIME Source: Patrick MacLeamy – HOKARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 11BIM - Impact on Design & Construction► Loss of Information/Knowledge Digitally Capture Tacit Knowledge and Design Decisions Digitally Transfer Information through the Project Lifecycle INFORMATION DIGITAL Print/Issue LOSS BIM Tender Drawings Print/Issue PAPER Handover Drawings DESIGNERS CONTRACTORS OPERATORS TIMEARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 12BIM - Impact on Design & Construction► Benefits of BIM to Projects Improved Quality of Design/Construction Documentation Earlier/Quicker Decision Making and “Design Freeze” Better Pre-Construction Coordination − Clash Detection − Accurate Building Performance Analysis − Accurate Cost & Quantity Analysis Better Construction Planning − Fewer RFI’s − Better Delivery Scheduling − More Off-site Construction & Pre-Fabrication − Reduced amount of Re-work on Site − Improved Productivity/Efficiency on Site Greatly Reduced Project Risk & WasteARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 13BIM - Impact on Design & Construction► Accumulated Benefits of BIM Stanford University, Centre for Integrated Facilities Engineering Study of 32 major projects using BIM (2007), outlining benefits: Up to 40% elimination of unbudgeted change. Up to 80% reduction in time taken to generate a cost estimate. Cost estimation accuracy within 3%. A savings of up to 10% of the contract value through clash detections. Up to 7% reduction in project time. BUILDING BUILDING BUILDING OPERATION Significant Reduction of Costs: INFORMATION MODEL ASSEMBLY MODEL OPTIMIZATION MODEL planning & design BENEFIT construction BIM BAM BOOM! operations & maintenance €1 €20 €60 DESIGN BUILD OPERATE Who Gets the Most Benefits? TIME Source: Patrick MacLeamy – HOKARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 14BIM - Impact on Design & Construction► Better Process = Better Outcomes Strategic Project Objectives Cost Certainty Design & Coordination Review Value for Money 3D BIM Effective Delivery Risk Management SCOPE 6D BIM 7D BIM Performance Facilities Analysis QUALITY Management TIME COST 4D BIM 5D BIM Programme Sequencing Quantity Take OffARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 15BIM - Impact on Design & Construction► Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) Coordinated Collaboration Between all Project Stakeholders Management of Building Information throughout Project Lifecycle The BIM Model CLIENTS ARCHITECTS Brief Analysis Design & Presentation Facilities Management Construction  Documentation CONTRACTORS ENGINEERS Clash Detection Civil & Structural Work Scheduling MEP Services Manufacture/Prototyping Performance Analysis PROJECT MANAGERS QUANTITY SURVEYORS Phasing & Planning  Material Take‐Offs Reporting Cost AnalysisARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 16RIAI/CITA BIM WorkshopBuild the Base BIM Model “Explode” to Standard Components Prepare a New DesignARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 17RIAI/CITA BIM Workshop► Showcase Integrated and Collaborative Working in BIM 3D BIM Model on Screen Laptops On Meeting Table (No Paper) Instant Access to Sophisticated Information and Analysis Digitally Recording Decisions in Real-TimeARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 18RIAI/CITA BIM Workshop► Conceptual Modelling Visualize Form Instant Area/Volumes Energy Analysis Structural Analysis Cost ComparisonARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 19RIAI/CITA BIM Workshop► The Final DesignARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 20BIM – Integrating the Design Process► BIM for Master Planning Area Boundaries & Schedules Plot Areas Land Use Zoning Plot Ratios Floor Areas BY PLOT USE BY PLOT DENSITY BY PLOT NAMEARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 21BIM – Integrating the Design Process► BIM for Conceptual Design Simple Conceptual Forms & Schedules Floor Areas Volumes Surface Area Space Use Occupancy Infrastructure Shadow Analysis Energy Analysis Visual ImpactARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 22BIM – Integrating the Design Process► BIM for Conceptual Design Space Planning Objects and Schedules Room Name Actual Area Target Area Difference Between Actual & Target Area 3D Space Planning Intelligent Tags 3D Space Planning Room Name 2D Space Planning Individual Spaces Area SchedulesARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 23BIM – In Summary► Building Information Modelling A Process (not software) – Creating & Sharing Information Streamlined Workflows & Improved Collaboration/Communication Production of Reliable & Coordinated Documentation Reduced Uncertainty, Waste & Risk = Better Outcome “Data-Rich” Virtual 3D Model of a Project – the “i” in BIM Used by all Stakeholders throughout the Projects Lifecycle OWNERS DESIGN ARCHITECTS FACILITIES MANAGERS ENGINEERS 3D MANAGEMENT BIM ANALYSIS Data CONTRACTORS SURVEYORS CONSTRUCTION SUB-CONTRACTORS PROJECT MANAGERSARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 24BIM in Ireland► CITA BIM Workshops - 10 No. Discussion Meetings in 2012 Industry-Wide Representation (RIAI, AECI/EI, SCS, CIF, etc) Discussion on Key Topics/Obstacles “Unlock” & “Fast-track” development of BIM Expert Opinion and Table Discussions Record & Distribute the Outcomes back to Industry Promote/Communicate Industry Consensus & Joined-up Thinking Network with clients and other professionals with interest in BIM Contact www.CITA.ieARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 25About ARCDOX► Enabling & Supporting Improved Design & Construction BIM Process Specialist BIM Consultancy Practice (RIAI Registered est. 2009) Project Support Services – Consultancy | Production | Support | TrainingARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 26About ARCDOX► Enabling & Supporting BIM on Projects Specialist BIM Consultancy Service to Project Teams Access to Professional Expertise on “Pay as Required” Basis BIM Consultancy Implementation Advice, Project Setup & Workshops Standards, Templates & Libraries BIM Production Stay Lean – Access Expert Resources for Workload Peaks Outsource Non-Design Work – Keep Designers Focused (2D–3D Conversion) BIM Support Online, On Call or In-House Technical Advice, Model Management, Review & Quality Control BIM Training Revit Architecture, MEP & Structure, Navisworks, 3D Max Design, QTO Autodesk Authorized Training & Certification Centre, RIAI CPD LinksARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012
    • University of Ulster | Constructing Excellence NI 27Contact ARCDOX THANK YOU Web: www.ARCDOX.com Telephone: 01- 4371200 Partners: Ralph Montague: ralph@arcdox.com 086 324 2326 (m) Patrick Slattery: pat@arcdox.com 087 410 5309 (m)ARCDOX| Architecture | Documentation | Building Information Modelling | Implementation Support & Training | 27 June 2012