University of Salford &Open BIM Learning Xchange       Prof Arto Kiviniemi      University of Salford        15th May, 2012
Where is the industry with BIM?
Where are we on the Hype Cycle?                                                                            Technology     ...
Relative maturity/competences                                                      Government BIM Strategy: Improving BIM ...
BIM education challenge                               150,000 companies with improved skills                              ...
Steep learning curve is essentialProductivity                                                      Productivity with integ...
Detailed maturity models necessary   Identification of strengths and weaknesses                                           ...
© Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
What BIM is and what it is not               BIM is not...                 a panacea solving all the problems in our ind...
Key question: What benefits arewe trying to achieve with BIM?   Doing something just because  everyone else seems to be do...
Some potential purposes of BIM Use                                                  Goals/benefits Domain specific design ...
Where are we at Salford?MSc in BIM and Integrated Design     Started in September 2011
Programme aims               Advanced knowledge on lean, integrated design processes                with the use of BIM t...
BIM is not about technology                                                                             PEOPLE            ...
Modules                                                                            Advanced                               ...
Open BIM Learning Xchange
What and why?         The Xchange aims to a strong collaboration          between industrial and academic institutions.  ...
How?         We are looking for companies and individuals          who want to contribute their time and          experti...
Some potential CPD areas               BIM for Clients                 BIM significantly benefits clients through better...
Opportunity to followinternational trends
Courtesy of Mani Golparvar-Fard/Virginia Tech  © Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
Example of extremely accurate site modelling – DPR Construction, Inc.Slide from the presentation of Martin Fischer (CIFE, ...
Example of extremely accurate site modelling – DPR Construction, Inc.Slide from the presentation of Martin Fischer (CIFE, ...
Portable/wearable computers   Augmented reality                                  Kopin Golden-i   Charles Woodward/VTT© Ar...
Contour Crafting                                   3D printing with concreteSource: Prof Behrokh KhoshnevisUniversity of S...
Traveller, there is no road, you make your own path as you walk.                                                      Anto...
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BIM at Salford - Professor Arto Kiviniemi

  1. 1. University of Salford &Open BIM Learning Xchange Prof Arto Kiviniemi University of Salford 15th May, 2012
  2. 2. Where is the industry with BIM?
  3. 3. Where are we on the Hype Cycle? Technology Hype Cycle after Gartner ? Visibility Majority of the UK industry ? ? ? ? ? Peak of Technology Inflated Trough of Slope of Plateau of Trigger Expectations Disillusionment Enlightenment Productivity Time© Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
  4. 4. Relative maturity/competences Government BIM Strategy: Improving BIM Training & Education© Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012 by Adam Matthews & David Cracknell
  5. 5. BIM education challenge 150,000 companies with improved skills Now 2016© Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
  6. 6. Steep learning curve is essentialProductivity Productivity with integrated BIM Shorter payback time Current productivity Smaller gap Faster adoption Investment in learning new tools and methods Time© Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
  7. 7. Detailed maturity models necessary Identification of strengths and weaknesses Perceived Maturity of MCC Town Hall Complex Project Overall Industry Level of Maturity MCC NBIMS Analysis of the Town Hall Complex Project© Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
  8. 8. © Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
  9. 9. What BIM is and what it is not  BIM is not...  a panacea solving all the problems in our industry;  the “philosopher’s stone” turning lead to gold;  a shrink-wrap software package you can buy.  BIM is, for example,...  a fundamental process change;  an efficient communication media;  a technology enabling improved integration, collaboration and management of information;  a technology making virtual prototyping of buildings financially feasible;  however, only an enabler, most benefits require also changes in the processes.© Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
  10. 10. Key question: What benefits arewe trying to achieve with BIM? Doing something just because everyone else seems to be doing it, is not a valid reason.
  11. 11. Some potential purposes of BIM Use Goals/benefits Domain specific design models, Internal efficiencies in no data sharing design Merging models for design Less errors and rework coordination and clash detection Construction management, Efficient production and quantity take-off, cost estimation, improved predictability scheduling Environmental and lifecycle Sustainability assessments Requirements management, Improved decision support simulations and verification and predictable quality Facility management and Efficient maintenance maintenance© Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012 processes
  12. 12. Where are we at Salford?MSc in BIM and Integrated Design Started in September 2011
  13. 13. Programme aims  Advanced knowledge on lean, integrated design processes with the use of BIM technology  Educate those involved with designing and managing (complex) re/development of built environment  Develop managerial, technical and interpersonal skills to deliver better value through design© Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
  14. 14. BIM is not about technology PEOPLE Leadership Collaboration Stakeholders engagement Better value: Benefits realised through process change, technology adoption PROCESS and development Lean design of people management TECHNOLOGY Integrated project BIM delivery Modelling and simulation Design intent Interoperability MSc in BIM and Integrated Design University of Salford 2011 Validation/verification Integration© Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
  15. 15. Modules Advanced Tech. for Design Lean Building Collaborative Dissertation Collaboration Information Integrated Design and or Modelling Design and or Management Research by Theory and Production Sustainable of Integrated Design Practice Design Projects Theory and Practice PGCert PGDip MSc BIM is now emerging as an element into all existing programmes. A new BSc Architecture programme in preparation, strong focus in integrated BIM and collaboration. Planned start in September 2013.© Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
  16. 16. Open BIM Learning Xchange
  17. 17. What and why?  The Xchange aims to a strong collaboration between industrial and academic institutions.  BIM is rapidly evolving area and many of the innovations are taking place in the industry  Working together and exchanging the experiences and best practices is the way to speed up the adoption of BIM and improve the quality and productivity in our industry.© Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
  18. 18. How?  We are looking for companies and individuals who want to contribute their time and expertise in the activities of the centre.  Activities in the Xchange will be developing with the partners.  Some initial thoughts:  Thematic workshops and open seminars based on the contributions of advisors and partners  CPD activities (income generation)  Research activities; looking for compelling topics and different funding opportunities with the partners.© Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
  19. 19. Some potential CPD areas  BIM for Clients  BIM significantly benefits clients through better design and more efficient and reliable delivery of facilities.  BIM for Contractors  BIM reduces risk of cost and time over-runs, enhances safety and improves competitiveness for contractors.  BIM for Designers  BIM yields greater value through collaborative design and simulation and optioneering.  Developing BIM Strategy  Development of BIM strategies and implementation plans for the organisation and its projects.© Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
  20. 20. Opportunity to followinternational trends
  21. 21. Courtesy of Mani Golparvar-Fard/Virginia Tech © Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
  22. 22. Example of extremely accurate site modelling – DPR Construction, Inc.Slide from the presentation of Martin Fischer (CIFE, Stanford University) in Stockholm Open BIM Conference, 26th March 2012http://www.openbim.se/documents/openbim/konferens_26_mars_2012/Presentationer/120326_Martin_Fischer_presentation.pdf © Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
  23. 23. Example of extremely accurate site modelling – DPR Construction, Inc.Slide from the presentation of Martin Fischer (CIFE, Stanford University) in Stockholm Open BIM Conference, 26th March 2012http://www.openbim.se/documents/openbim/konferens_26_mars_2012/Presentationer/120326_Martin_Fischer_presentation.pdf © Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
  24. 24. Portable/wearable computers Augmented reality Kopin Golden-i Charles Woodward/VTT© Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
  25. 25. Contour Crafting 3D printing with concreteSource: Prof Behrokh KhoshnevisUniversity of Southern California© Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
  26. 26. Traveller, there is no road, you make your own path as you walk. Antonio Machado (1875 - 1939)© Arto Kiviniemi – SOBE, University of Salford 2012
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