The B1M Event - David Philp

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  • BIM has rocked the boat. Especially in the UK where our whole sector approach is testing traditional conventions.BIM has became a metaphor for transformational change and innovation.What we are seeing is lots of companies especially the more agile SMEs that are offering new value propositions.
  • BIM has rocked the boat. Especially in the UK where our whole sector approach is testing traditional conventions.BIM has became a metaphor for transformational change and innovation.What we are seeing is lots of companies especially the more agile SMEs that are offering new value propositions.
  • BIM has rocked the boat. Especially in the UK where our whole sector approach is testing traditional conventions.BIM has became a metaphor for transformational change and innovation.What we are seeing is lots of companies especially the more agile SMEs that are offering new value propositions.
  • BIM has rocked the boat. Especially in the UK where our whole sector approach is testing traditional conventions.BIM has became a metaphor for transformational change and innovation.What we are seeing is lots of companies especially the more agile SMEs that are offering new value propositions.
  • BIM has rocked the boat. Especially in the UK where our whole sector approach is testing traditional conventions.BIM has became a metaphor for transformational change and innovation.What we are seeing is lots of companies especially the more agile SMEs that are offering new value propositions.
  • Our purpose – to leave a legacy for the next generation – work at arriving at it today.
  • What industry do would we be proud to handover – and how will be influence todays leaders to ensure 2050 is
  • These are the objectives articulated by Ashghal
  • It might mean different things to different people but this three letter acronym is front and centre across the globe.Unlocking new efficiencies, new ways of collaborative working.
  • It might mean different things to different people but this three letter acronym is front and centre across the globe.Unlocking new efficiencies, new ways of collaborative working.
  • The B1M Event - David Philp

    1. 1. BIM Task GroupThe B1M EventDavid Philp – Head of BIM Implementation,Cabinet OfficeMay 2013
    2. 2. Context (a time of change)"Tempori Parendum"- Be prepared for your time
    3. 3. UK Back-story: A need for industryreform takes centre stage
    4. 4. Integrate you&#@***’s!UK Government BIM Mandate:An enabler of change
    5. 5. UK Government BIM Mandate:An industry awokenData!!Entering a newdigital renaissance
    6. 6. Data Everywhere6The Science ofConstruction: Aresistant industrymoves towardschanging systems,processes, deliverymethods andtechnologyChanging paradigmsNew (Digital) RevolutionShould construction beexempt?
    7. 7. 7It’s more like the move from tills…And it’s already affecting ALL of us! (Martin Hitchcock – JLP)to EPOS
    8. 8. “Today knowledge has power. It controlsaccess to opportunity and advancement.Knowledge has to be improved, challenged,and increased constantly, or it vanishes.”Peter Drucker
    9. 9. RadicalOpennessbetween technology,economics andbehaviours• Our industry is changing rapidly / reshaping a new future• More thought about achieving better asset outcomes• Need to be more efficient / optimise process• Being driven by well informed data decisionsThese times are a changing and so are we
    10. 10. BIM PolicyBIM GrowthEngagement
    11. 11. 2.32 Government will requirefully collaborative3D BIM(with all project and assetinformation, documentationand data being electronic) as aminimumby 2016.A staged plan will be publishedwith mandated milestonesshowing measurable progressat the end of each year.
    12. 12. Know yourMission,Share nothingKnow yourClients Mission,ShareeverythingBIMMy COBie!!
    13. 13. Confucius say real BIM knowledge is toknow the extent of ones ignorance
    14. 14. Culture: doing things different: build twiceCollaboration: better togetherNo one can whistle asymphony. It takes a wholeorchestra to play it! LonelyBIM v Social BIM
    15. 15. BIM 2050 – A Culture of IntegrationOur PurposeCulture of Integration:Our purpose is to promote beliefs, values and behaviours inconstruction Industry stakeholders (both individuals andorganisations) which facilitate trust and information sharing.
    16. 16. BIM 2050 – A Culture of IntegrationWe want to be proud of our Industry
    17. 17. • Creating BIM communities of practice
    18. 18. 18Join your:
    19. 19. Industry Engagement & Leadership
    20. 20. • Creating BIM communities of practice• Sharing stories and ideas• Learning lessons / Idea• Sharing knowledge
    21. 21. 21Visit the BIM Task Group Website
    22. 22. • Creating BIM communities of practice• Sharing stories and ideas• Learning lessons / Idea• Sharing data (CDE)• Sharing thoughts withfriends #BIMbeers• Sharing knowledge
    23. 23. Building Information Modelling (BIM)
    24. 24. BIMWhat we don’tthink B.I.M. is:Not a technology,Not just 3D,Not next generation
    25. 25. BIM: A way of workingA smart way of thinking (“start to start”, not cradle to grave)So notjustdeliveryValue creating collaborationBIM
    26. 26. Level 2 BIM: a minimum standard
    27. 27. Level 2 BIM: a minimum standard
    28. 28. Not just 3D graphical data
    29. 29. Not all the data lives in the 3D model
    30. 30. 30 | WWW.BENTLEY.COMSupply Chain Management – you play a big part12345NNNMCLDESMEMETier1Tier2Tier3Tier NESPortfolioMgtPPMPUSH SIDE – SUPPLY CHAIN PULL SIDE- CLIENTMAC1MAC2EPOPS
    31. 31. Process & deliverables that let allthe supply chain contribute
    32. 32. 32 | WWW.BENTLEY.COMPAS91-2013
    33. 33. 33 | WWW.BENTLEY.COMPAS 1192/2Plain Language Questions
    34. 34. 34 | WWW.BENTLEY.COMGSL:The decisions of the pastare the architecture ofpresent and future
    35. 35. Creation of asset knowledge throughCapture of in use data and POEGSL Powered by BIM
    36. 36. Government Soft Landings•Soft Landings becomesstandard for governmentprojects.•Early engagement duringthe design process with endusers/client/FM•Ownership postconstruction fromdesign/construction team•Appropriate handoverprocess from constructionto end user/FM•Post OccupancyEvaluation/Monitoring andtie back to ownership andlessons learnt for futuredesign
    37. 37. Lessonslearned &POE feedback intoStandardsCommitteeBIM – MOJ Value ModelCurrent standards aremodelled / depicted asstandard components Cell Office Classroom RoofElements arranged to produce required product. QA is inbuilt as required standards are embedded andautomatically report non compliance. Virtual construction results in fewer mistakes and less wasteAppointed Constructor works upDeveloped Project Proposals in openbook environment and submits AgreedMaximum PriceStandard componentsbuild up requiredoutput for drop 2Atender packageDelivery Benchmarking(more product for our money)MoJ Standard Component LibraryTenderersprepare drop2B tenderMore timelyhandoverinformationEscort costsClient fees, design onlyClient feesClient riskProfit, supply chainOverhead, supply chainProfit, mainOverhead, mainPrelims, CPrelims, BPrelims, ADesign development contingencyConstructor feesConstructor riskNon-productiveProduct
    38. 38. Our HM Government BIM DNAGovt Soft LandingsStructured data setCollaborative ProcessData TransactionsCollaborative working
    39. 39. Or reset the defaultBIM: start now!

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