Reducing Risk with BIM

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  • ADD IMAGEto produce clear documents, showing a buildable design.We use:Again, reliance on a coordinated and integrated team including the Cost Management consultant.And BIM allows us to make our documents fastidiously coordinated and accurate.The BIM model starts with the site and builds from there.The model is shared by all disciplines, and clash detection sessions are regularly scheduled throughout design and document production. We were early implementers of BIM in our industry and began with it 7 years ago.Quantity takeoffs are continuous, estimates revised all the time; major systems updates during design : mechanical & electrical, structural, site, building envelopeAlso take a friendly approach to the constructor to clearly indicate we want him on our team to build a successful project for everyone involved.
  • Reducing Risk with BIM

    1. 1. T H E D E S I G N PA R T N E R S H I P R E D U C I N G R I S K W I TFor UC Davis Design & Construction ManagementO c t o b e r 4 2 0 11
    2. 2. WHO WE AREAbout The Design Partnership• Founded in 1979• 45 Employees• Expertise in Science & Technology, Education,Healthcare, Public, Master Planning• BIM/Lean / IPD Leadership• Over $1 Billion Designed in BIM• Using BIM since 2005; 100% BIM since 2006• 2008 AIASF Integrated Practice Honor AwardRecipient
    3. 3. REDUCING RISK WITH BIM1 What is Risk?2 Technology Introduction3 Construction Technology4 Case Study: VA Puget Sound5 Case Study: Stanford Cath Labs6 Case Study: Robbins HallRenovation
    4. 4. WHAT IS RISK? • Altering “Risk = Cost” Equation • Increase in Architect’s Exposure • Decrease in Contractor’s Risk • Decrease in Owner’s Risk • Reduced Risk for All = Reduced CostThe Design Partnership LLPArchitects + Planners
    5. 5. Increase in Architect’s Exposure Unknown Consequences Of Sharing BIM Information Design Only Information In BIM Model Extensive Pre-coordination Fabrication From Design Models Increased Exposure to RiskThe Design Partnership LLPArchitects + Planners
    6. 6. Decrease in Contractor’s Risk Reduced Coordination Errors Reduced Unknown Conditions More Efficient Workflow Cooperation & Collaboration Reduced Contingency Increased Confidence &  Reduced RiskThe Design Partnership LLPArchitects + Planners
    7. 7. Decrease in Owner’s Risk Reduced Bidding Costs Due To Reduced Contractor Risks Reduced Risk Of – Change Orders From Unknown Conditions – Coordination Changes – Fighting Among AEC Entities Reduced User Changes Due To Better Pre-visualization And PlanningThe Design Partnership LLPArchitects + Planners
    8. 8. Architect’s Exposure  However Architect’s Risk  Reduced Risk for All = Reduced CostThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    9. 9. TECHNOLOGY INTRODUCTION • Building Information Modeling (BIM) • Virtual Simulation / Pre- visualization • 3D Laser Survey • Clash Detection & CoordinationThe Design Partnership LLPArchitects + Planners
    10. 10. The Big BIM/IPD/Lean IdeaThe Design Partnership LLPArchitects + Planners
    11. 11. Project Delivery Improvement Automatic Document Coordination 3D Systems Coordination Virtual Building Simulation Direct FabricationThe Design Partnership LLPArchitects + Planners
    12. 12. Building Information Modeling (BIM)The Design Partnership LLPArchitects + Planners
    13. 13. BIM is a 3D DatabaseThe Design Partnership LLPArchitects + Planners
    14. 14. Design VisualizationThe Design Partnership LLPArchitects + Planners
    15. 15. Design VisualizationThe Design Partnership LLPArchitects + Planners
    16. 16. Virtual Equipment SimulationThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    17. 17. The Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    18. 18. 3D Laser SurveyThe Design Partnership LLPArchitects + Planners
    19. 19. Clash Detection & CoordinationStructural Plan Where is the coordination error?Mechanical PlanThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    20. 20. Clash Detection & CoordinationThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    21. 21. CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY • Direct Fabrication • Prefabrication • CapabilitiesThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    22. 22. Direct FabricationThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners Images courtesy of Marelich Mechanical
    23. 23. Direct FabricationThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    24. 24. PrefabricationThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    25. 25. The Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners Image courtesy of Marelich Mechanical
    26. 26. The Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    27. 27. The Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners Image courtesy of Marelich Mechanical
    28. 28. The Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    29. 29. 3D Capable Trades• HVAC• Plumbing• Structural Steel• Precast Concrete• Rebar• Steel Stud Walls• Curtain Walls, etc.• Millwork• Unit Restrooms• LaboratoriesThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    30. 30. Relative Sophistication Disparity  General Contractors (Very Low to Low)  Engineers (Very Low to Moderate) Architects (Low to Moderate)  Subcontractors (Varies, some extremely high)  Maximize advantage of sophisticated players  Enhance process for Subs already using 3D  Mentor less advanced members  Integrated Project DeliveryThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    31. 31. CASE STUDY: VA PUGET SOUND • Design of VA Puget Sound Mental Health & Research ProjectThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    32. 32. VA PUGET SOUND CAMPUS PROJECTCampus expansion of four distinct projects that are linked toMental Health Treatment and Research. Associate ArchitectMental Health & Research Bldg. $104M 200,000 gsfExisting Hospital Seismic Upgrade $28M 162,000 gsfParking Structure (1000 stalls) $37M 400,000 gsfSite Work $8M 367,000 gsfTotal $177M 1,129,000 gsf
    33. 33. VA PUGET SOUND CAMPUS PROJECTSite Plan A B D CA Mental Health & Research Bldg.B Existing Hospital Seismic UpgradeC Parking StructureD Site Work
    34. 34. VA PUGET SOUND CAMPUS PROJECTMental Health & Research BuildingExterior Renderings
    35. 35. STRUCTURAL BUILDING SYSTEMS
    36. 36. MECHANICAL BUILDING SYSTEMS
    37. 37. MECHANICAL BUILDING SYSTEMS
    38. 38. ELECTRICAL BUILDING SYSTEMS
    39. 39. TELECOM BUILDING SYSTEMS
    40. 40. LABORATORY BUILDING SYSTEMS
    41. 41. CASE STUDY: STANFORD CATH LABS • Comparison of Cath Labs 7, 9, & 10The Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
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    43. 43. 7 Cath Lab 7: Siemens Biplane Cath Lab Construction Start: 2006 BIM Use: CAD Only
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    45. 45. 9 Cath Lab 9: Siemens Biplane Hybrid OR Construction Start: 2009 BIM Use: Laser Scanning & Modeling to 2”
    46. 46. 3D Laser ScanningThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    47. 47. Existing Conditions Model to 2”The Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    48. 48. New Work Model to 2”The Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    49. 49. ConstructThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
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    51. 51. 10 Construction Start: Siemens Biplane Pediatric Cath Lab Cath Lab 10: 20010 BIM Use: Laser Scanning & Modeling Everything
    52. 52. Model EverythingThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    53. 53. Construction Cost BIM Use $/SF % from CAD Cath Lab 7 CAD 2,153 $/SF Cath Lab 9 2” Standard 1,829 $/SF -15.0% Cath Lab 10 Everything 2,065 $/SF -4.1% *All figures in 2010 Relative ValueChange Order Cost BIM Use $/SF % of Total Cath Lab 7 CAD 267 $/SF 12.4% Cath Lab 9 2” Standard 148 $/SF 8.1% Cath Lab 10 Everything 16 $/SF <0.1% *All figures in 2010 Relative ValueThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    54. 54. Construction Cost BIM Use Unit CostCath Lab 7 CAD Only 2,153 $/SFCath Lab 9 2” Standard 1,613 $/SFCath Lab 10 Everything 2,065 $/SFChange Order Cost BIM Use Change RateCath Lab 7 CAD Only 12.4%Cath Lab 9 2” Standard 7.8%Cath Lab 10 Everything <0.1%*All figures in 2010 Relative Value
    55. 55. ROBBINS HALL RENOVATION • BIM Use on UC Davis Robbins Hall Phase 1 Renovation - (E) and (N) Casework Database - Equipment Documentation - Arch/Mech CoordinationThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    56. 56. First Floor Plan - PROJECT PROGRAMThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    57. 57. Casework DocumentationThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    58. 58. Casework DocumentationThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    59. 59. Casework DocumentationThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    60. 60. First Floor - EQUIPMENT PLAN JORGE DUBCOVSKY JAN DVORAK ABHAYA DANDEKAR DAVID NEALE JEFFREY IBARRA PAM RONALD GENERAL EQUIPMENTThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    61. 61. First Floor - EQUIPMENT AXONOMETRIC JORGE DUBCOVSKY JAN DVORAK ABHAYA DANDEKAR DAVID NEALE JEFFREY IBARRA PAM RONALD GENERAL EQUIPMENTThe Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    62. 62. Construction Cost $ %Change Orders $812,438 11.60%Final Construction Cost $7,004,281Change Order Summary $ %User Additions $230,954 3.30%Engineering & Operations $191,182 2.73%Infrastructure Improvements $183,337 2.62%Unforeseen Field Conditions $122,938 1.76%A/E Coordination $84,027 1.20%The Design Partnership LLP Architects + Planners
    63. 63. Thanks! Questions?Find the slides from this presentation on SlideShare. Search for us by name: TheDesignPartnershipOr by our public profile: http://www.slideshare.net/TheDesignPartnership THE DESIGN PA R T N E R S H I P A R C H I T www.dpsf.comL A N N E R S ECTS + P

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