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BIM for Local Government

John Lorimer
BIM Task Group

7th November 2013
The Presentation
Real Life Local Government BIM
The Challenges

What is & Why BIM?
BIM Task Group & BIM4LG
A Local Authority BIM Case Study
£100m CAPEX
Grade 2* listing
Transformation
Programme
Shared Services
Significant
Interve...
MCC Sprinkler System

The „Facility‟
model

On a single
„Floor‟

A „System‟
view

„Components‟ &
„Information‟,
Documents ...
MCC LTHW System

Another
„System‟

Or a single
„Zone‟

„Components‟ &
„Information‟,
Documents & Data
MCC Fire Management

Plan Fire Strategy

Manage – during
sectional handover

Respond - to
change events
Case Studies : real life BIM benefits/savings
eg Ventilation
Motor
Replacement
No BIM
4 weeks
14 man hours
With BIM
1 Day
...
Gaming Technologies – here & now!

Communications
Information Desk
Training Suites
Simulation
Selling
Understanding with BIM

Site meetings with BIM

Understanding construction…

Setting out with BIM

Operations & maintenanc...
Managing & Operating with BIM
The Information Model
3D Geometry + Documents + Data
2016

Mandate

The Challenges
A time of radical change...
“This strategy calls for a profound
change in the relationship
between public authorities and ...
What is Government BIM?

2.32 Government will require fully collaborative 3D
BIM (with all project and asset information,
...
Government Soft Landings (GSL)
Powered by BIM
To champion better outcomes for our built
assets during the design & constru...
Construction 2025…
HM Government 2013
Industrial Strategy: government and industry in partnership

Towards a Digital Built...
What & Why BIM?
What is BIM?
BIM is a revolution in how our built assets are conceived, designed,
built, managed & maintained.
This is ach...
Why BIM?
Better, faster, more cost effective built assets
…across whole life - Build, Operate & Maintain

Earlier visual u...
Some BIM benefits
Improved design reliability Reduced design risk Reduced
waste More time to get the design right Enhanced...
BIM - the detail
What is BIM: collaborative 3D visualisation of
electronic structured asset information (data)
Who Can Ben...
BIM Task Group
Level 2 BIM Delivery Support
Funded by Cabinet Office via BIS & CIC

To assist delivery of mandated BIM int...
BIM Benefits full Built Asset Lifecycle
BIM Level 2 (after Bew Richards)
Level 2 Defined by the
BIM Level 2 Dirivation
Standards
HM Government Construction Strategy 2011, BIS,
BIM Task Group, CIC...
Level 2 Standards require:
BIM Level 2 Dirivation
HM Government Construction Strategy 2011, BIS,
BIM Task Group, CIC & BSI...
Project Process & Plan of Work
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PAS 1192:2
Work Stage

2

4

3

6

5

7

7

CIC
dPOW 2013

CIC & RIBA
Plan Of Work

R...
BIM4LG
Local Government
Engagement Programme
BIM Task Group funded by Cabinet Office
to deliver Level 2 BIM into Government Depar...
Local Government BIM Community microsite
BIM4LG Documents
Model Documents
Business Case

Local Government Flyer
Reference Standards
Case Studies
BIM4LG Projects & Members
BIM4LG 10 Min Score Card

10 Minute BIM Test
www.bimtaskgroup.org/bim4lg
BIM4LG

John Lorimer
Local Government Liaison Officer
Graeme Tappenden
Local Government Support Officer
BIM4Lg microsite

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Presentation given at BIM Procurement and Practice for Collaboration Oxford in November 2013 by Professor John Lorimer, Local Government Liaison for the Government’s BIM Task Group and former Capital Programme Director who has delivered 5 projects using Building Information Modelling including the £95million refurbishment of Manchester Central Library

About Collaboration Oxford:
Through Collaboration Oxford, construction consultants The Clarkson Alliance, AKS Ward and Hoare Lea aim to help overcome the challenges of providing world class, low carbon buildings whilst preserving Oxfordshire’s heritage.

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  1. 1. BIM for Local Government John Lorimer BIM Task Group 7th November 2013
  2. 2. The Presentation Real Life Local Government BIM The Challenges What is & Why BIM? BIM Task Group & BIM4LG
  3. 3. A Local Authority BIM Case Study £100m CAPEX Grade 2* listing Transformation Programme Shared Services Significant Interventions Full BIM CAPEX BIM OPEX WIP Manchester Town Hall Complex
  4. 4. MCC Sprinkler System The „Facility‟ model On a single „Floor‟ A „System‟ view „Components‟ & „Information‟, Documents & Data
  5. 5. MCC LTHW System Another „System‟ Or a single „Zone‟ „Components‟ & „Information‟, Documents & Data
  6. 6. MCC Fire Management Plan Fire Strategy Manage – during sectional handover Respond - to change events
  7. 7. Case Studies : real life BIM benefits/savings eg Ventilation Motor Replacement No BIM 4 weeks 14 man hours With BIM 1 Day 3 man hours All available on the Task Group website
  8. 8. Gaming Technologies – here & now! Communications Information Desk Training Suites Simulation Selling
  9. 9. Understanding with BIM Site meetings with BIM Understanding construction… Setting out with BIM Operations & maintenance with BIM
  10. 10. Managing & Operating with BIM
  11. 11. The Information Model 3D Geometry + Documents + Data
  12. 12. 2016 Mandate The Challenges
  13. 13. A time of radical change... “This strategy calls for a profound change in the relationship between public authorities and the construction industry to ensure the Government consistently gets a good deal and the country gets the social and economic infrastructure it needs for the long-term” CAPEX efficiencies of 20% Cost & Carbon
  14. 14. What is Government BIM? 2.32 Government will require fully collaborative 3D BIM (with all project and asset information, documentation and data being electronic) as a minimum by 2016. A staged plan will be published with mandated milestones showing measurable progress at the end of each year. Mandated for Central Government Departments And centrally funded projects!
  15. 15. Government Soft Landings (GSL) Powered by BIM To champion better outcomes for our built assets during the design & construction stages though Government Soft Landings (GSL) powered by a Building Information Model (BIM) to ensure value is achieved in the operational lifecycle of an asset. BIM + GSL = Better Outcomes www.bimtaskgroup.org/GSL
  16. 16. Construction 2025… HM Government 2013 Industrial Strategy: government and industry in partnership Towards a Digital Built Britain.
  17. 17. What & Why BIM?
  18. 18. What is BIM? BIM is a revolution in how our built assets are conceived, designed, built, managed & maintained. This is achieved by a development of traditional methods using collaborative digital modelling and structured information management through the whole life of an asset – currently within existing contracts. The benefits of BIM are now well proven with the construction industry and some asset owners unlocking significant benefit from its use. BIM brings a clearer earlier vision of any built asset to all stakeholders and gives greater certainty, at lower cost, and with a reduced risk and environmental impact. Above all BIM is a process using digitally produced structured data. To release these benefits Clients must be clear on what information they need & when, and how this is reliably delivered by their suppliers.
  19. 19. Why BIM? Better, faster, more cost effective built assets …across whole life - Build, Operate & Maintain Earlier visual understanding - clients, operators, users Early Employers Information Requirements Greater outcome & cost certainty, fewer changes Lower risk premium, higher utilisation Lower carbon, waste & H&S incidents Target 20% CAPEX, 33% WHOLE LIFE savings
  20. 20. Some BIM benefits Improved design reliability Reduced design risk Reduced waste More time to get the design right Enhanced coordination and fewer errors Improved decision making Greater productivity Higher quality of work Downstream uses for FM Supports sustainability Improved safety Computation of material quantities Improved planning, control, management of construction Enhanced communication Effective resource utilisation and coordination of activities Reduction in costs associated with planning, design and construction Reduced number of RFIs Improved collective understanding of design intent Less time documenting more time designing Quantity take-off Client engagement Improved spatial coordination Programme reduction Off-site prefabrication with confidence
  21. 21. BIM - the detail What is BIM: collaborative 3D visualisation of electronic structured asset information (data) Who Can Benefit: Owner Operator User Maintainer De-commissioner Statutory Undertaker Estate Manager Prog & Project Manager Designer Constructor Supplier Manufacturer What, why & when: Information requirements Information generation Value added - benefit Facility Floor Room Asset Type System Cost O&M
  22. 22. BIM Task Group Level 2 BIM Delivery Support Funded by Cabinet Office via BIS & CIC To assist delivery of mandated BIM into Gov Departments… …implied to Local Government Authority & Agency Groups. Assisted by procurement & process standards & documents Level 2 BIM - a minimum change to existing contracts Direct engagement with Central Government Departments Via Regional & National Groups to 400 Local Gov Authorities Dedicated support team plus BIM4LG community website Sharing of Early Adopter Projects, Efficiencies & Lessons Learned
  23. 23. BIM Benefits full Built Asset Lifecycle
  24. 24. BIM Level 2 (after Bew Richards)
  25. 25. Level 2 Defined by the BIM Level 2 Dirivation Standards HM Government Construction Strategy 2011, BIS, BIM Task Group, CIC & BSI published documents in collaboration, define BIM Level 2 GCS 2.27 ..identify, establish & report on pilot projects GCS 2.31 Government coordinated BIM Collaborative Standards BS1192:2007 Collaborative production of AEC Information GCS 2.32 Government requires fully collaborative BIM (all project and asset information, documentation & data being electronic) GCS 2.28 PAS91 mandated for Government Work CIC/BIM Protocol CIC/INF MAN/S CIC BIM/ INS Model Documents & Guides Standards PAS1192:2 ü PAS91 PQQ & BIM Protocol to procure direct supplier appointments ü EIR by Employer & responding BIM Execution Plans by direct appointments ü Agreed Plan of Work, Employer Decision Gates, Plain Language Questions & Information detail. ü Agreed collaborative digital information exchange process & protocol to PAS1192:2. ü Agreed exchange file set: Native & Federation models, drawings & documents, & COBie data. ü End to End Assigned Roles: Information Manager; Design, Contractor & Operator Lead
  26. 26. Level 2 Standards require: BIM Level 2 Dirivation HM Government Construction Strategy 2011, BIS, BIM Task Group, CIC & BSI published documents in collaboration, define BIM Level 2 GCS 2.31 Government coordinated BIM Collaborative Standards GCS 2.28 PAS91 mandated for Government Work GCS 2.32 Government requires fully collaborative BIM (all project and asset information, documentation & data being electronic) CIC/BIM Protocol CIC/INF MAN/S CIC BIM/ INS Model Documents & Guides Standards BS1192:2007 Collaborative production of AEC Information GCS 2.27 ..identify, establish & report on pilot projects ü PAS91 PQQ & BIM Protocol to procure direct supplier appointments ü EIR by Employer & responding BIM Execution Plans by direct appointments ü Agreed Plan of Work, Employer Decision Gates, Plain Language Questions & Information detail. ü Agreed collaborative digital information exchange process & protocol to PAS1192:2. ü Agreed exchange file set: Native & Federation models, drawings & documents, & COBie data. ü End to End Assigned Roles: Information Manager; Design, Contractor & Operator Lead
  27. 27. Project Process & Plan of Work 1 0 PAS 1192:2 Work Stage 2 4 3 6 5 7 7 CIC dPOW 2013 CIC & RIBA Plan Of Work RIBA Plan of Work 2013 RIBA Outline Plan of Work 2007 Government Soft Landings A B C D E F J K L Principal Actions Supporting Activities Define roles and responsibilities Explain Soft Landings to all participants. Identify processes and sign-off gateways Review past experience Agree performance metrics. Agree design targets Review design targets Review usability and manageability Review against design targets. Involve the future building managers Include additional requirements related to Soft Landings procedures Include evaluation of tender responses to Soft Landings requirements Review against design targets. Involve the future building managers Confirm roles / responsibilities of all parties in relation to SL requirements Include FM staff &/or Contractors in reviews. Demonstrate control interfaces. Liaise with move-in plans Incorporate and Soft Landings requirements Support in the first few weeks of occupation Set up home for resident on-site attendance Monitoring, review, fine-tuning & feedback Operate review processes. independent post-occupancy evaluations Plan of Work Government Soft Landings Current Process Mapped onto PoW Procurement Decision Gates Current Process Re-Alignment Large: Compulsory – go/no go Small: Governance – peer review Decision Strategic Requirements Project Decision & Purpose 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Business Justification Investment Decision Procurement Strategy Tender v Framework Commit to Scheme Budget Approval Commit to Construct Contract Signature Practical Completion Project Review Financial Close Post Occupancy Periodic Review Decision Gates & Decision Purpose Client(s) & Third Party Stakeholders User(s) & Operators FM (Hard & Soft) Supplier(s), Maintainers & Surveyors Executive Board & Departments RACI Stakeholder Activity Mapping Procurement & Legal Project Manager(s) /Client Rep Lead Designer & Design Team Planning & Regulatory Authorities Lead Contractor & Specialist Suppliers Plain Language Questions Defined EIR, PLQ, LOD & Format Models Visualisations Drawings Documents COBIE (data) Model Library URI Referances Decision Point Purpose Required Outputs Required Outcomes Delivering Suppliers Required Input Required Decisions 2b Defined Output Better Outcomes
  28. 28. BIM4LG
  29. 29. Local Government Engagement Programme BIM Task Group funded by Cabinet Office to deliver Level 2 BIM into Government Departments. And for Local Government. The BIM Task Group tool chest of resources A Model Business Case & BIM for Local Government Flyer A standard BIM implementation approach Dedicated Local Government Liaison and Technical Support officers
  30. 30. Local Government BIM Community microsite
  31. 31. BIM4LG Documents Model Documents Business Case Local Government Flyer Reference Standards Case Studies
  32. 32. BIM4LG Projects & Members
  33. 33. BIM4LG 10 Min Score Card 10 Minute BIM Test www.bimtaskgroup.org/bim4lg
  34. 34. BIM4LG John Lorimer Local Government Liaison Officer Graeme Tappenden Local Government Support Officer BIM4Lg microsite www.bimtaskgroup.org/bim4lg
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