Mark Whittaker Presentation to Think BIM Seminar, May 2014

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Presentation on BIM, FM & Asset Intelligence to the ThinkBIM Seminar, Leeds Metropolitan University, on 14 May 2014

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Mark Whittaker Presentation to Think BIM Seminar, May 2014

  1. 1. Wednesday 14th May 2014 FM & BIM: “Bridging the Gap?”
  2. 2. Outline 1. What is FM? 2. The Knowledge Gap 3. Can BIM bridge it? 4. The Evidence
  3. 3. What is Facilities Management? “Facilities management is the integration of processes within an organisation to maintain and develop the agreed services which support and improve the effectiveness of its primary activities”. (CEN the European Committee for Standardisation) Facilities management encompasses multi-disciplinary activities within the built environment and the management of their impact upon people and the workplace. It contributes to the delivery of strategic and operational objectives. On a day-to day level, effective facilities management provides a safe and efficient working environment, which is essential to the performance of any business – whatever its size and scope. 1. The basics
  4. 4. 2. Asset Intelligence - The Gaps? “No, we don’t have any accurate asset information. You’ll have to guess-timate” “Who decided to put that light fitting up there? £500 to change a bulb!” “Did they never think how it was going to be maintained?” “Building lifecycle? We don’t think that far ahead.”
  5. 5. Asset Intelligence - The Gaps? “I wish the architect had spoken to me when this building was constructed.” “BIM? Lovely 3-D Model; nice to have but our budgets are being slashed as they are.” “Who will keep the data up to date?” “Will it integrate into our existing CAFM system. We have spend £000’s on it
  6. 6. The Consequences?  Inaccurate & out of date asset registers  Lack of visibility from FM Contractor  Ill-informed decisions on Capex & Repairs  Expensive periodic asset verification & condition reporting exercises  Lack of focus on lifecycle  Lost & no Operations & Maintenance Manuals (O&M)
  7. 7. Can these be avoided?
  8. 8. FM & BIM
  9. 9. Building Information Modelling (BIM)
  10. 10. Current State - Confused.fm
  11. 11. “BIM provides opportunities for better information management” Benefits:  Lifecycle management (74.5%)  Improve efficiencies (68.1%)  Better reporting data (62%) Concerns:  Cost (50.5%)  Integration with current CAFM systems (50.5%)  Training (34.5%)  Data management (33%)  Time (32.5%) “Need to support, educate & inform the industry” BIM4FM Survey Results
  12. 12. BIM&FM - Six Benefits? 1. Early engagement & collaboration 2. Visualisation in pre-construction & lifecycle testing 3. Ability to challenge & change 4. Asset Database – management & tender accuracy 5. Assist in assessing impact of planning modifications 6. Fault Diagnosis & Resolution
  13. 13. Government Soft Landings
  14. 14. GSL - Policy 1. Assets = reduce cost & improve performance 2. GSL Lead & Golden Thread 3. Manage Aftercare 4. Post Operational Evaluation 5. BIM= Data Management Tool
  15. 15. Data Management Can BIM help Facilities Managers:  Manage more accurate asset database? Ability to more accurately manage lifecycle?  Work with contactors on fault diagnosis?
  16. 16. The Fear
  17. 17. A Clear Need for Case Studies
  18. 18. BIM&FM - In Practice
  19. 19. My Details E: mark.a.whittaker@integral.co.uk M: 07764 840 694 T: @Whitbags B: www.whitbagsinfm.wordpress.com
  20. 20. Any Questions

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