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Presentation to Labs 21 about documenting LEED credits with BIM and how BIM should be an innovation in design credit for substational waste reduction when paired with direct digital fabrication.

Presentation to Labs 21 about documenting LEED credits with BIM and how BIM should be an innovation in design credit for substational waste reduction when paired with direct digital fabrication.

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    Labs 21 BIM & Sustainability Labs 21 BIM & Sustainability Presentation Transcript

      • Labs 21 is a Registered Provider with The American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Systems. Credit earned on completion of this program will be reported to CES Records for AIA members. Certificates of Completion for non-AIA members are available on request.
      • This program is registered with the AIA/CES for continuing professional education. As such, it does not include content that may be deemed or construed to be an approval of endorsement by the AIA of any material of construction or any method of manner of handling, using, distributing, or dealing in any material or product. Questions related to specific materials, methods, and services will be addressed a the conclusion of this presentation. It is the opinion of this presenter that legal mumbo jumbo at the beginning of a presentation is a waste of electricity.
    • Eric Peabody
      • Project Manager
      • The Design Partnership www.dpsf.com
      • [email_address] Speaker's Expertise: LEED Accredited Professional
      • Led firm-wide transition to BIM
      • Eric Peabody’s work as a laboratory designer includes:
        • University of California San Francisco, Health Sciences West 4th Floor Pathology Lab
        • University of California San Francisco, SB1953 Seismic Rehabilitation
        • University of California San Francisco, Medical Science Improvements Phase 2
        • University of California San Francisco, Medical Research Building 1 and 2 Demolition
        • University of California San Francisco, S380 S/M Remodel
        • University of California San Francisco, MSB 409-427 Remodel
        • San Francisco General Hospital, Radiology Assessment
      The Design Partnership
    • Christie Johnson Coffin
      • Senior Architect / Planner
      • The Design Partnership www.dpsf.com
      • [email_address] Speaker's Expertise: Architect / Planner / Adjunct Professor University of Oregon
      • LEED Accredited Professional
      • Christie Coffin’s work as a laboratory architect includes:
      • University of Oregon Science Complex
      • National Yang Ming University Biotechnology / Library Building
      • National Taiwan University Children’s Hospital Research Institute
      • University of California Santa Barbara Physical Sciences Buildings
      • University of California Irvine Neuropsychiatric Institute
      • Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories, on-going services
      • University of California Merced, Castle Laboratory Renovations
      • University of California Davis, Robbins Hall Renovations
      • University of California San Francisco, Health Sciences West 4th Floor Pathology Lab
      The Design Partnership
    • Learning Objectives
      • Lessons Learned: Successes
        • Reuse & Remodel Instead Of Building New
        • Increase Efficiency
        • Prevent Over-ordering
        • Prevent Rework Wastage
      • Next Steps: Comprehensive Simulation
        • Advanced Simulation
        • Daylighting
        • LEED Tracking
      The Design Partnership
    • BIM Augments Sustainability in UCSF Laboratory Renovation A Case Study in Successful BIM Use The Design Partnership
    • The Design Partnership Project Program University of California San Francisco Pathology Basic Research Laboratory
      • University of California San Francisco at Parnassus Heights Campus
      • 16 story H-8 laboratory building
      • 1960’s Building with piecemeal upgrades
      • Large program / small space
      • 5 high profile researchers
      • Pathology basic cancer research
    • Project Program University of California San Francisco Pathology Basic Research Laboratory The Design Partnership
      • Core Wet Bench Area For 55
      • Tissue Culture And Histology
      • Necropsy
      • Significant Microscopy
      • Extensive Equipment Needs
      • Social Core For Meetings And Lunches
      • Offices
    • Project Context University of California San Francisco Pathology Basic Research Laboratory The Design Partnership
      • Spiraling Construction Costs
      • Shortage Of Effective Contractors And Building Trades People
      • Lack Of Staging Area At Site
      • Significant Space Needs That Prohibit Easy Access To Lecture Halls Below
      • UCSF Commitment To Sustainability
    • Basic Sustainability Issues
      • Small Is Sustainable
        • High Efficiency
        • Shared Space
      • Adaptable Is Sustainable
        • Modular Design
        • Fixed Supports (Core Lab)
        • Adaptable Variations (Support Labs)
      • Green Specifications
        • Demolition (50-75% Recycling Target)
        • New Finishes And Equipment
    • Project Delivery Improvement BIM is Virtual Design & Construction The Design Partnership Automatic Document Coordination 3D Systems Coordination Virtual Building Simulation Direct Fabrication
    • Lessons Learned: Successes
      • Specific advantages from BIM’s increased level of information and tighter coordination:
        • Reuse & Remodel Instead Of Building New
        • Prevent Rework Wastage
        • Prevent Over-ordering
        • Increase Efficiency
      The Design Partnership
    • Lessons Learned: Reuse & Remodel The Design Partnership
    • Lessons Learned: Reuse & Remodel
    • Lessons Learned: Reuse & Remodel
    • Lessons Learned: Increase Efficiency The Design Partnership
    • Lessons Learned: Increase Efficiency Real-time Gross vs. Net Area Tracking
    • Lessons Learned: Increase Efficiency Real-time Gross vs. Net Area Tracking 91.44% Efficiency
    • Lessons Learned: Prevent Over-ordering The Design Partnership
    • Lessons Learned: Prevent Over-ordering Accurate Material Take-offs The Design Partnership
    • Lessons Learned: Prevent Over-ordering Accurate Material Take-offs
    • The Design Partnership Lessons Learned: Prevent Rework
    • The Design Partnership Lessons Learned: Prevent Rework Prefabricate to use materials more efficiently Images courtesy of Marelich Mechanical
    • The Design Partnership Lessons Learned: Prevent Rework Prefabricate to use materials more efficiently Images courtesy of Marelich Mechanical
    • The Design Partnership Lessons Learned: Prevent Rework Make parts only once Images courtesy of Marelich Mechanical
    • The Design Partnership Lessons Learned: Prevent Rework Prefabricate to use labor more efficiently Images courtesy of Marelich Mechanical
    • The Design Partnership Lessons Learned: Prevent Rework Reduce worker & product transportation Images courtesy of Marelich Mechanical
    • The Design Partnership Lessons Learned: Prevent Rework Complete Pre-installation Coordination
    • Image courtesy of Marelich Mechanical The Design Partnership
    • The Design Partnership
    • Image courtesy of Marelich Mechanical The Design Partnership
    • The Design Partnership
    • Next Steps: Simulation
      • Extend the use of BIM through virtual prototyping and building simulation:
        • Advanced Simulation
        • Daylighting
        • LEED Tracking
      The Design Partnership
    • Next Steps: Advanced Simulation The Design Partnership
      • 3D model simplifies the transition to energy modeling packages:
      • Programming & Schematic Design
        • Green Building Studio
      Next Steps: Advanced Simulation The Design Partnership
      • Design Development & Construction Documents
        • Ecotect
        • IES Virtual Environment
        • DOE2
        • eQUEST
        • 3D Studio/VIZ
    • The Design Partnership Engineering Simulation Structural Analysis Computational Fluid Dynamics Life Safety Simulation Fire Crowds-Circulation/Emergency Building Code Construction Simulation Construction 4D & 5D Change Cost Analysis Simulation Next Steps: Advanced Simulation
    • Next Steps: Daylight Simulation Solar Studies and Daylighting Effectiveness The Design Partnership
    • Next Steps: LEED Tracking The Design Partnership
      • LEED Comercial Interiors (CI)
        • 68 Prerequisites & Credits to Track
        • 38 Special Affinity for BIM
        • 56% of LEED CI Documentation
      Next Steps: LEED Tracking Simplify & Auto-document LEED Requirements The Design Partnership
    • Next Steps: LEED Tracking Simplify & Auto-document LEED Requirements The Design Partnership
    • Next Steps: LEED Tracking EA Credit 1.1 Optimize Energy Performance
    • Next Steps: LEED Tracking EA Credit 1.1 Optimize Energy Performance
    • Next Steps: LEED Tracking EA Credit 1.1 Optimize Energy Performance The Design Partnership
    • Next Steps: LEED Tracking
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    • Questions? Thank you for your time. The Design Partnership A PDF is available on our website at www.dpsf.com/Labs21BIM.pdf