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Ron Aarts of Innovtec and Richard Katsoff of Construction Validation Systems

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Innovtec and Construction Validation Systems Presentation at Spar Europe 2012 Innovtec and Construction Validation Systems Presentation at Spar Europe 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • InNovTec ® Laser Imaging and Information Validation in the Building Information Modeling Environment Ron Aarts Richard KatsoffInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Avoid Costly Mistakes . . . Accurate jobsite information eliminates a whole lot of hassles “Know what’s going on before you start”InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Hierarchy of Valued Assets . . . Value of Acquired BIM Information PO’s SO’s AP MRP AR InNovTec & CVS Value of Information / Assets Inventory Intelligent Difficulty of Replacement Solutions Highest Potential for Return on Investment and SafetyInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved View slide
  • Introduction . . . Building Information Model - BIM is a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility. The The resulting Building Information Models become shared knowledge resources to support decision-making about a facility from the early conceptual stages, to design, construction, and commissioning with the resulting accurate information defining the facility to drive the facility operations. One of the main challenges in employing BIM effectively with the end goal of facilities management, is the timely and accurate representation of the data – which must be periodically validated against what exists. 3D Imaging (laser scanning) provides us with the means to capture what exists to perform the required validation process.InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved View slide
  • Building Information Modeling Contains . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Evolution of BIM . . . • 2D CAD (1980’s) – Diagrammatic, layered representation of building & construction details – Geometric shapes, symbols, text, and blocks/cells – Attributes associated with graphic elements • 3D CAD (1990’s) – 3D perspective of physical building components • 4D CAD (2000) – Adds temporal dimension for construction process visualization • nD BIM (now) – Adds any/all attribute information (e.g., cost, material properties, etc.)InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved Copyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Constituencies of BIM . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved Copyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Structure of BIM . . . What does that mean? Strategic Vision Global Global Competition Markets Quality Commitment World-Class People Management Data Management Planning Resources Customers TechnologyInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Why BIM Matters. . . • Documentation of as-built conditions • Cost effective creation and delivery of drawings • High performance building life-cycle • Early stage definition of project • Validates spatial requirements • Gross building area • Gross design area • Useable area • Reusable area • Communicates tenant and construction sequencing • Design visualization and coordination • Facility and risk management • Validation of Design vs. ActualInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Benefits of Effective BIM Implementation . . . • Visualization – Infinite cut sections/drawings • Conflict, Interference and Collision Detection • Scheduling and Phasing – “What if” scenarios • Sequencing, Workflow, Safety and Site Logistics • "Smart Drawings“ – Estimating and Quantity • Data Extraction • Scope Clarification, Trade Coordination • Options Analysis • As-Builts, Facility Management, and VDC • Project Costs and Delivery Tracking • AutoCAD, Revit, ArchiCAD, NavisWorks, TeklaInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Eliminating Waste . . . The results of the 2004 National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) study highlighted $16 billion per year in waste in the United States without the proper implementation of BIM as follows : Additionally, there is waste in the form of transactional costs of $4 billion to $12 billion per year to resolve disputes and claims that are associated with construction projects (Federal Facilities Council (FFC), 2010).InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Where Does BIM Reduce Waste . . . Non BIM Waste for Lack BIM Management Topic Management of Topic Ability / Efficiency Ability / Efficiency Management Data Shared / Consistent Across Project Low / Low High / High High Validating Project Model Data Matches Low / Low High / High Very High Project Reality Efficiently Assessing Project Changes and Low / Low High / High (Potential) High Communicating to Teams Simulating Energy Profile Med / Med High / High (Potential) Med Overall Project Delivery Time / Cost Low / Low High / High High Estimates Reduction of Change Orders / Changes to Low / Low High / High High Project / Clashes Transparency of Schedule Cost and Status Low / Low High / High High Building Turnover For Facilities Management Low / Low High / High HighInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Owners Take Notice . . . To address the AECO waste figures, BIM is currently more mainstream and required especially among more sophisticated owners that hold and operate their facilities such as: • Universities • Hospitals • Airports (quasi Governmental) • Pharmaceuticals Governments are the largest facility owners - ‘federal’ and ‘local’ governments are looking to employ BIM techniques, tools (and standards within the BIM tools) to gain the best value for their spend via legislation or procurement requirements Key Statistics: • Over 80% of facility costs are in the OPERATIONS of the facility over a 30 year timeline. • Over 75% of US construction operations today is on existing facilitiesInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Concepts on Integration of BIM . . . 3D Laser Scanning + BIM Conventional Survey AE App./Use “Traditional” Paradigm Architect Contractor Discontinuous - Fragmented Set of drawings Digital Data Acquisition AE App./Use “Efficient” Paradigm Construction Team Architect Contractor Continuous - Collaborative Integrated Deliverable = Unambiguous Accurate ModelInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • BIM Supports Integrated Design . . . The Key Is Collaborative CoordinationInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • BIM & Construction Validation . . . Why it is important to validate data? Answer: Ensuring that data reflects reality in any project has a very straight forward and simple answer: Considering the obvious answer above – we must not overlook the : . . . of validating, or not validating The decision is based upon understanding . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Let’s look at Repair Costs . . . Repair costs may be considered to be: • BIM model rework requiring BIM experts across various trades • Facility redesign • Reworking schedules and construction crews • Disassembly/reassembly during construction • Safety Expenditures Permitting BIM models’ accuracy to degrade results in:  Higher risk of more issues to multiply  Facility management will not be populated with accurate models  High cost of doing catch-up  Obsolescence of BIM dataInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • What are these Relative Costs? . . . The more complex the project – the more likely there will be inconsistencies, and depending on when such inconsistencies are detected will determine how expensive those costs will be. As general rule : • The longer it takes for inconsistencies to be detected – the more expensive it will be to repair issues • The fewer times validations are performed the more likely it will before issues are detectedInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Importance of Validation . . . We need to validate what we are actually building!! Construction Validation ensures that the BIM model supports a proper consistent (computer) model from which to build the facility. That’s why we generate BIM models. The most effective tool to enable this validation is: 3D ImagingInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Commercial Tools are Available . . . In the BIM process there are commercial tools that provide the capability to validate our environment across models: • Define Assembly Processes and Calculations • 5D BIM (Efficiency & Scheduling) • Identify & Rectify Clashes • Validate Space Layout - to Design • List Attributes • Define Quantities • Construction Logistics • Monitor SchedulesInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Construction Reality . . . In the deployment of the BIM process and tools – various human resources and computer systems are required for different tasks to meet the ultimate objective – which is to: • Safely deliver and operate the completed facility • Produce ACCURATE records (BIM) • Enable ongoing maintenance of building records over time Note: Over 80% of facility costs are in the OPERATIONS of the facility over a 30 year timelineInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Situations at the Construction Site . . . • Many trades and sub-trades performing work – simultaneously • Often work schedules conflict – creating logistics issues • There may be deviations from plans – unknown to management • Information flow back to management / engineers is not timely, accurate, or performed at allInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Net Result . . . Net Result: • The construction (as exists) begins to deviate from plans • The BIM model is deviating from reality • Efficiencies are compromised (logistics, construction, planning, scheduling) • Safety is compromised • The ultimate BIM model is compromised thereby injecting inefficiencies into our ability manage our asset(s) when the building is commissionedInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Potential Net Results . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Potential Net Results . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Potential Net Results . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Planning for BIM . . . Existing Conditions Documentation Pier 15 San Francisco, CA KPM Consulting, LLC RUTHERFORD & CHEKENE November, 2010 to PresentInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Planning for BIM. . . Planning Team Establishes Scope of Work to Insure BIM Compliance Exploratorium / InNovTec InNovTec HNTB Architects Nibbi Brothers Duration 1 Week – 2 Resources 1 Week – PM & PE 3 Days – PE & PM Architecture firm 1 week Awarded Contract: Assembled Team: Planned Operations: Reviewed Final Plan:  Supplied old drawings  Laser Scanning  Scan Plan  Review SOW  Arranged logistics  Surveying  Applied Eng Plan  Approved SOW revisions  BIM considered early  COP Processing  Assigned responsibilities  Used the Deliverables  BIM modeling  Supplied BIM InformationInNovTec 30Copyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved Copyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Field Work Field Execution . . . BIM Concepts Maintained Throughout Project Martin M Ron InNovTec InNovTec InNovTec Surveyors Duration Days 1 – PE & PM 4 Days – 1 Field Crew 5 Days – PE & PM 5 Days – 2 Field Crews Planned Field Ops: Surveyors: Managed Field Ops: Field Scanning Team #1: • Scan Positions • Familiar with Laser • Scanning • HDS 3000 Scanner • Target Placement Scanning • Long Range Scanning • Surveying • Client Coordination • Provided Survey Control • Scanned Exterior • Field Notes • Operations guided by • Shot all Scan Targets • Coordination BIM requirements Iterative process Field NotesInNovTec 31Copyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved Copyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Field Work Cont. On to Construction Documentation . . . InNovTec Gathers BIM Intelligence for integrating into BIM Model InNovTec InNovTec InNovTec Duration: 6 Days – 1 Field Crew 28 Days – 1 Field Crew 5 Days – PM & Tech Team Under Pier Scanning: Field Scanning Team #2: Registration of Data: • HDS C10 Scanner • HDS 6100 Scanner • Target Registration • Digital Camera • Short Range Scanning • Cloud-to-Cloud • Marine Operations • Interior Scanning Registration • BIM Data Confirmation • BIM Intelligence Gathering • Registration to ControlInNovTec 32Copyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • BIM Validation . . . BIM Validation Construction Validation LLC Validates Project Data InNovTec CVS LLC CVS LLC CVS LLC Duration: Week – 2 Resources 23 Days 2 Techs 3 Days per cycle - 2 Techs 3 Days – PE, PM & Lead Engineer Generate As-Build Model: Add Intelligence Iterative Analysis: Validate Final Construction • Basic CAD Model • Add attributes to model • Compliance with Design • Hand-off to operational system • Auto CAD / Revit elements Intent & Specs • Assure proper links to MMS • Check for accuracy of • Conflict Resolution systems and Operational data • Checking that BIM model Systems properly populates the operational system E.G Ecodomus SoftwareInNovTec 33Copyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Life Cycle of Executing BIM . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Examples of CAD Model Used for Clash Detection . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Example of Construction Monitoring Data . . . 1 foot Grid Lines and Modeled Elements. . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Example of Construction Monitoring Model Deliverable . . . Addition of Rebar . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Pre-Construction Documentation . . . World’s First Example of Creating Revit BIM Model from Laser Scanned Point Clouds Proposed US Consulate Site Guayaquil, Ecuador 2008InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Site Photo at time of Scanning . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Pre-Construction Documentation . . . Registered Point Cloud . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Pre-Construction Documentation . . . AutoCAD 3D Model . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Pre-Construction Documentation . . . Revit BIM Model . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Revit Model of building . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Pre-Construction Documentation . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Pre-Construction Documentation . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Pre-Construction Documentation . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • BIM Data for Bldg B Light Fixture . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • International BIM Documentation . . . US Embassy and Tallyrand Building Paris, FranceInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Marshall Antechamber – Tallyrand Building . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Panoramic Photo of Antechamber . . . Part of the BIM DocumentationInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Page from BIM Condition Report . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Page from BIM Condition Report . . .InNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • InNovTec MapTruView SiteCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Questions . . . Thank YouInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved
  • Questions . . . Comments & QuestionsInNovTecCopyright © 2012 Innovation Technology Partners, Inc. All Rights Reserved