AfterConstruction<br />Birgitta Foster<br />SSA/Sandia National Labs<br />February 19, 2010<br />
1945 : Sandia was created <br />1979 :Sandia was made a national laboratory. <br />Mission:<br />Nuclear stockpile steward...
www.sandia.gov<br />
Four sites ( ~ 1100 bldg, 7M GSF)<br />NM (Albuquerque )<br /> CA (Livermore) <br /> NV  (Tonopah)<br /> HI (Kauai)<br />S...
Building Information Models (BIM)<br />BIM = Information<br />BIM is a database of Building Information<br /><ul><li>Store...
Links to information</li></ul>ALSO….<br /><ul><li>Extracts information
Exchange  information</li></li></ul><li>BIM after Construction<br />Space Planning  <br />Safety/Security<br />Facility Ma...
Building Information<br />Specifications<br />Submittal Information<br />Equipment  data<br />Performance data<br />Warran...
Building Information Applications <br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
BIM : Facilities Operations & Maintenance<br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
BIM  : Exchanges Information<br />FMS  :<br />Tririga/ Maximo<br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
InformationValue<br />Operation<br />Construction<br />Design<br />Planning<br />Time<br />BIM:  Untapped Savings<br />$$$...
BIM : Due Diligence Investigation<br />Shadow project <br />   Partnerships <br />Software<br />   Pulsing Industry<br /> ...
Accurate As Built Models<br />Retrofits<br />Migration to BIM<br />Attracting new Customers<br />BIM : Laser scanning<br /...
BIM : Bldg Operations Training<br />Pantex complex <br /> Amarillo, Texas. <br />(CH2M-Hill)<br />
BIM : Untapped Savings<br /> Inefficiency Costs : $15B/yr<br />   66% borne by Owners<br />   Unit cost : $ 0.20/SFT (exis...
BIM : Untapped Savings<br />NIST Study Validation:  <br />“View of the Future “ video<br />In-House Planner  Survey<br />R...
BIM :Closing the Information Gap<br />Paper-based<br />  Inherent Inefficiencies<br />  Reentry data<br />  Multiple datab...
Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
BIM for OperationsOwners:How to get started <br />Start with O&M group<br />What information is needed<br />IT and O&M mee...
BIM : Sandia Facilities<br />SEAMLESS<br />INTERFACE<br />(Excel -<br />Manual)<br />INTERFACE<br />(Excel – Extracted)<br...
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  • Cameup with idea for “cleanrooms” used today Antiterrorism/Aviation security. The familiar walkthrough portals at many airport security checkpoints use Sandia-patented technology to screen airline passengers for explosives.Nuclear stockpile stewardship.Sandia plays a key role in efforts to extend the life of nuclear weapons currently in the nation’s stockpile, most of which were produced 30 to 40 years ago. Sandia is continually evaluating components, subsystems, and system performance to ensure the ongoing safety and reliability of the existing arsenal. created in 1945 as the ordnance design, testing, and assembly arm of Los Alamos. In 1948, Sandia Laboratory, a separate branch of Los Alamos. But the growth continued and the Atomic Energy Commission began to look for an industrial firm to manage the engineering facility. President Harry Truman asked AT&amp;T to accept managerial responsibility of Sandia. Western Electric, AT&amp;T&apos;s manufacturing arm, accepted the management role on a no-profit, no-fee basis. On November 1, 1949, Sandia Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of Western Electric, began managing Sandia. Sandia was made a national laboratory in 1979. In 1993, Martin Marietta took over Sandia&apos;s management contract and two years later merged with Lockheed to become Lockheed Martin.
  • Acres of land mass   Number of buildings   Square footage of buildings   Site population*Albuquerque, N.M. site 8,699   871   5,867,909   10,540 Livermore, Calif. Site 410   71   886,176   1,010 Tonopah Test Range (Nevada) 179,200   107   129,724   24 Kauai Test Facility (Hawaii) 132   54   57,560   2 Leased space @ All Other Locations 0   49   554,871   323 Total188,441  1,152   7,496,240   11,899
  • Clear up confusion about what BIM is“Which means that….”
  • Totally missing today…bi directional information flow.
  • Understanding : need to educate through events like thisPost const– how to integrate into existing applicationsSavings – savings are in the long term, not immediate like design/constRIO: implementation costs could be recovered w/in first 5 yrsModel sharing: Redundant models
  • Now well positioned to : Require 6D BIM as a deliverable
  • Webinar Bim Forum Bim After Construction Final Copyright Version

    1. 1. AfterConstruction<br />Birgitta Foster<br />SSA/Sandia National Labs<br />February 19, 2010<br />
    2. 2. 1945 : Sandia was created <br />1979 :Sandia was made a national laboratory. <br />Mission:<br />Nuclear stockpile stewardship<br />Homeland security<br />Antiterrorism/Aviation security<br />Tech Transfer<br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
    3. 3. www.sandia.gov<br />
    4. 4. Four sites ( ~ 1100 bldg, 7M GSF)<br />NM (Albuquerque )<br /> CA (Livermore) <br /> NV (Tonopah)<br /> HI (Kauai)<br />Sandia NM<br />891 Bldgs<br /> 6M GSF<br /> 8700 acres<br />Construction : $80 M /YR<br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
    5. 5. Building Information Models (BIM)<br />BIM = Information<br />BIM is a database of Building Information<br /><ul><li>Stores Information
    6. 6. Links to information</li></ul>ALSO….<br /><ul><li>Extracts information
    7. 7. Exchange information</li></li></ul><li>BIM after Construction<br />Space Planning <br />Safety/Security<br />Facility Management System - ( FMS)<br />Facility Control Systems - (FCS)<br />Asset Management applications<br />Operation & Maintenance<br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
    8. 8. Building Information<br />Specifications<br />Submittal Information<br />Equipment data<br />Performance data<br />Warranty<br />Finishes Information<br />O&M manuals<br />Panel Schedules<br />Building Controls System<br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
    9. 9. Building Information Applications <br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
    10. 10. BIM : Facilities Operations & Maintenance<br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
    11. 11. BIM : Exchanges Information<br />FMS :<br />Tririga/ Maximo<br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
    12. 12. InformationValue<br />Operation<br />Construction<br />Design<br />Planning<br />Time<br />BIM: Untapped Savings<br />$$$$<br />$$<br />$<br />
    13. 13. BIM : Due Diligence Investigation<br />Shadow project <br /> Partnerships <br />Software<br /> Pulsing Industry<br /> O&M Planning <br /> Data Integration <br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
    14. 14. Accurate As Built Models<br />Retrofits<br />Migration to BIM<br />Attracting new Customers<br />BIM : Laser scanning<br />2D<br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
    15. 15. BIM : Bldg Operations Training<br />Pantex complex <br /> Amarillo, Texas. <br />(CH2M-Hill)<br />
    16. 16. BIM : Untapped Savings<br /> Inefficiency Costs : $15B/yr<br /> 66% borne by Owners<br /> Unit cost : $ 0.20/SFT (existing space)<br />Est. Costs for Sandia :<br /> 6.0 M GSF <br />~$1.2M / yr <br />
    17. 17. BIM : Untapped Savings<br />NIST Study Validation: <br />“View of the Future “ video<br />In-House Planner Survey<br />Results<br />Saves ~2 hours per work order (WO)<br /> 2 hrs x $50/hr = $100/hr<br />24,000 WO/yr<br />Cost Savings : $2.4 M/year <br />Annual Budget : $14M/yr<br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
    18. 18. BIM :Closing the Information Gap<br />Paper-based<br /> Inherent Inefficiencies<br /> Reentry data<br /> Multiple databases<br /> Handoffs<br /> Locating Information<br />But what if it could be like this…………<br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
    19. 19. Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
    20. 20. BIM for OperationsOwners:How to get started <br />Start with O&M group<br />What information is needed<br />IT and O&M meeting<br />FMS Import options<br />Selected preferred import format<br />Determine fields<br /> Use on Pilot project<br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
    21. 21. BIM : Sandia Facilities<br />SEAMLESS<br />INTERFACE<br />(Excel -<br />Manual)<br />INTERFACE<br />(Excel – Extracted)<br />O/O <br />Integrated<br />MODEL<br />FMS<br />PHASE A<br />PHASE C<br />PHASE B<br /><ul><li> Meeting with IT and O&M
    22. 22. FMS Import options
    23. 23. Selected preferred import format
    24. 24. Determine fields</li></ul> Use on Pilot project<br /> Owner/Operator Integrated model<br /> Software<br /> Migration plan ( Road map)<br /> Internal processes<br /> BIM team<br /> Model Management<br />Migration plan in process<br /> Seamless integration – bi directional<br /> Receiving O/O Integrated models<br /> O&M with models<br /> Menu <br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
    25. 25. BIM: What’s holding Owners back? <br />What Owners want : <br />Save money<br />Centralized Data repository<br />Seamless integration with FMS applications <br />Save money $$$<br />Concerns :<br />Education on BIM <br />Updating Model information<br />O&M Savings are not immediate<br />Model sharing<br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
    26. 26. BIM for Owners :What can the Contractors do?<br />Educate the Owner <br />BIM = Information<br />Focus O&M savings<br />Show a model to their O&M team<br />Hyperlinks<br /> “ How much time would this save?”<br />Facilities Management System(s)<br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
    27. 27. BIMAfter Construction<br />QUESTIONS ?<br />Birgitta Foster<br />btfoste@sandia.gov<br />BIMworkx.com<br />Copyright 2010 by Birgitta Foster<br />
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