Beck Technology<br />
GSA HUD Feasibility Study Presentation Agenda<br />Overview of GoToWebinar Controls<br />Who is Beck Technology<br />II.  ...
GoToWebinar Attendee Control Panel<br />
About Beck…<br /><ul><li>In operation since 1912
Privately held - 3rd generation
Consistently ranked among the top building companies in the United States
85% repeat customers
Award winning Design and Construction firm
“Integrated Enterprise”
Development/Arch/Construction/Technology</li></ul>Hunt Oil Company Headquarters | Dallas, Texas<br />
About Beck Technology…<br /><ul><li>Beginning in 1996
Member of the Beck Group of Companies
Technology Development Company
BIM Authoring Software - DProfiler
Commercially Available since 2006
Consulting Services since 2008
GSA Contract Holder
Offices in Dallas, Atlanta, D.C., Tampa, and Rio/Sao Paulo</li></li></ul><li>BIM IDIQ Contract Information<br />Contract N...
Macro Building Information Modeling<br />“…rapidly assembled models for analysis…”<br />“A computer model, assembled of hi...
The Concept Behind DProfiler<br />…a simple 3D computer model<br />
The Concept Behind DProfiler <br />…tied to data<br /><ul><li>Program
Spaces
Cost
Energy
Sequencing
And other…</li></li></ul><li>Software Demo<br />
Benefits – Macro Analysis<br />Monthly Electric Consumption<br />
Benefits - Accurate Conceptual Cost Modeling<br />Performance Case Studies<br />
Benefits - Evaluating Alternatives<br />
Concept Analysis<br />Wilford Hall – San Antonio Military Medical Center<br />
Concept Analysis<br />Wilford Hall – San Antonio Military Medical Center<br />
Design Development Cost Estimating<br />Facilitates “Target-Based Design”<br />Begin at Planning<br /><ul><li>Establishing...
Begin with conceptual design studies
Identify and define all assumptions</li></ul>University of Texas at Arlington – Reaction Lab<br />
Design Development Cost Estimating<br />Facilitates “Target-Based Design”<br />Schematic Design<br /><ul><li>Continue thro...
Update budget
Re-Validate or adjust assumptions</li></ul>University of Texas at Arlington – Reaction Lab<br />
Master Planning<br />Integrating Macro BIM alongside traditional processes<br />South Texas College – McAllen, Texas<br />
Master Planning<br />Planning Model<br />Aerial Photo<br />Macro Cost Model<br />
Master Planning<br />Phasing Model<br />- Existing Buildings<br />- 10 Year Build Out<br />- 15 Year Build Out<br />- 20 Y...
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In 2010, the GSA commissioned a feasibility study of the Robert C. Weaver Federal Building, the 1.2 million-square-foot home of the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The HUD Building currently is home to 3,000 HUD employees with 700 more scattered through the federal district. Using Macro BIM to perform detailed analysis of occupancy and existing space, the project team created a new maximized space plan to accommodate all 3,700 staffers. Several major modernization plans were also studied.

Webinar attendees will learn how Macro BIM was used:

• With traditional “Problem Seeking” programming strategies
• Gathering and verifying data
• Analyzing multiple alternatives
• Developing cost estimates

Examples from the Robert C. Weaver Federal Building Feasibility Study and Program of Requirements project will be used to demonstrate these concepts. Additionally, lessons learned, other potential uses for the BIM, and a BIM roadmap for the project will be presented.

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GSA Study uses Macro BIM

  1. 1. Beck Technology<br />
  2. 2. GSA HUD Feasibility Study Presentation Agenda<br />Overview of GoToWebinar Controls<br />Who is Beck Technology<br />II. What is Macro BIM<br />III. Concept behind DProfiler<br />IV. HUD Feasibility Study<br />
  3. 3. GoToWebinar Attendee Control Panel<br />
  4. 4. About Beck…<br /><ul><li>In operation since 1912
  5. 5. Privately held - 3rd generation
  6. 6. Consistently ranked among the top building companies in the United States
  7. 7. 85% repeat customers
  8. 8. Award winning Design and Construction firm
  9. 9. “Integrated Enterprise”
  10. 10. Development/Arch/Construction/Technology</li></ul>Hunt Oil Company Headquarters | Dallas, Texas<br />
  11. 11. About Beck Technology…<br /><ul><li>Beginning in 1996
  12. 12. Member of the Beck Group of Companies
  13. 13. Technology Development Company
  14. 14. BIM Authoring Software - DProfiler
  15. 15. Commercially Available since 2006
  16. 16. Consulting Services since 2008
  17. 17. GSA Contract Holder
  18. 18. Offices in Dallas, Atlanta, D.C., Tampa, and Rio/Sao Paulo</li></li></ul><li>BIM IDIQ Contract Information<br />Contract No. GS-00P-09-CY-D-0283<br /> Zones AZones BZones C<br />Laser Scanning Contract Information<br />Contract No. GS-00P-09-CY-D-0300<br />Zones B<br />
  19. 19. Macro Building Information Modeling<br />“…rapidly assembled models for analysis…”<br />“A computer model, assembled of higher level components, used for macro level analysis including visualization, spatial validation, cost modeling/estimating, phasing/sequencing, energy performance, and risk.”<br />MACRO<br />MICRO<br />VS<br />
  20. 20. The Concept Behind DProfiler<br />…a simple 3D computer model<br />
  21. 21. The Concept Behind DProfiler <br />…tied to data<br /><ul><li>Program
  22. 22. Spaces
  23. 23. Cost
  24. 24. Energy
  25. 25. Sequencing
  26. 26. And other…</li></li></ul><li>Software Demo<br />
  27. 27. Benefits – Macro Analysis<br />Monthly Electric Consumption<br />
  28. 28. Benefits - Accurate Conceptual Cost Modeling<br />Performance Case Studies<br />
  29. 29. Benefits - Evaluating Alternatives<br />
  30. 30. Concept Analysis<br />Wilford Hall – San Antonio Military Medical Center<br />
  31. 31. Concept Analysis<br />Wilford Hall – San Antonio Military Medical Center<br />
  32. 32. Design Development Cost Estimating<br />Facilitates “Target-Based Design”<br />Begin at Planning<br /><ul><li>Establishing early budget
  33. 33. Begin with conceptual design studies
  34. 34. Identify and define all assumptions</li></ul>University of Texas at Arlington – Reaction Lab<br />
  35. 35. Design Development Cost Estimating<br />Facilitates “Target-Based Design”<br />Schematic Design<br /><ul><li>Continue through Schematic Design
  36. 36. Update budget
  37. 37. Re-Validate or adjust assumptions</li></ul>University of Texas at Arlington – Reaction Lab<br />
  38. 38. Master Planning<br />Integrating Macro BIM alongside traditional processes<br />South Texas College – McAllen, Texas<br />
  39. 39. Master Planning<br />Planning Model<br />Aerial Photo<br />Macro Cost Model<br />
  40. 40. Master Planning<br />Phasing Model<br />- Existing Buildings<br />- 10 Year Build Out<br />- 15 Year Build Out<br />- 20 Year Build Out<br />South Texas College – McAllen, Texas<br />
  41. 41. Master Planning<br />Communicate the Information<br />
  42. 42. Master Planning<br />656a Library Expansion 50,000 $200.34 $10,017,075.28<br />656a Library Expansion 50,000 $200.34 $10,017,075.28<br />
  43. 43. Feasibility Case Study<br />Integrating Macro BIM & Traditional Programming<br />A Case Study on the Robert C. Weaver Federal Building<br />Washington, D.C.<br />
  44. 44. Robert C. Weaver Feasibility Project<br />“To determine the viability of a potential modernization project.”Statement of Work - Objective #1<br />
  45. 45. Robert C. Weaver Feasibility Project<br />REFERENCE KEYWashington Mon.<br /> US Capitol Building<br /> GSA NCR<br /> Air & Space<br /> HUD<br />1<br />1<br />2<br />3<br />3<br />4<br />2<br />5<br />4<br />5<br />
  46. 46. Robert C. Weaver Feasibility Project<br />General Project Information:<br /><ul><li> SW District of DC Metro Area
  47. 47. Designed by Architect Marcel Breuer
  48. 48. Iconic example of “Brutalist” design
  49. 49. Construction completed in 1968</li></li></ul><li>Robert C. Weaver Feasibility Project<br />Construction Information:<br /><ul><li> 1.3 Million GSF
  50. 50. 900,000+USF
  51. 51. Hybrid CIP concrete and precast frame/skin
  52. 52. Load bearing, precast window modules
  53. 53. Punched openings</li></li></ul><li>Robert C. Weaver Feasibility Project<br />Notable Notes:<br /><ul><li> Dark/lighting issues
  54. 54. IAQ issues
  55. 55. Limited access to views
  56. 56. Compartmentalized
  57. 57. Lack of meeting space
  58. 58. Poor space standards
  59. 59. Poor utilization
  60. 60. Fan-coil units
  61. 61. “10 Floors of Basement”</li></li></ul><li>Robert C. Weaver Feasibility Project<br />Purpose:<br />Explore a range of building strategies to support the customer’s mission<br />
  62. 62. Robert C. Weaver Feasibility Project<br />
  63. 63. *From HUD CAFM<br />Robert C. Weaver Feasibility Project<br />
  64. 64. Robert C. Weaver Feasibility Project<br />
  65. 65. Robert C. Weaver Feasibility Project<br />Modernization Phases:<br />-Move Out<br />-Area Under Construction<br />-Move Back In<br />-Area Complete<br />4D Sequencing (BIM)<br />
  66. 66. *From DProfiler BIM<br />Robert C. Weaver Feasibility Project<br />
  67. 67. Robert C. Weaver Feasibility Project<br />
  68. 68. Robert C. Weaver Feasibility Project<br />Atrium roof w/ glazing to allow light into the space.<br />*From Cannon Study<br />*From Cannon Study<br />Explore the Curtainwall Concept<br />*From DProfiler BIM<br />Exploring Alternatives Design concepts incorporated into the BIM for Cost Estimating<br />*From Cannon Study<br />
  69. 69. Robert C. Weaver Feasibility Project<br />*From DProfiler BIM<br />*From Cannon Study<br />*From DProfiler BIM<br />Cost Evaluation of Design ConceptsThe cost model communicates design and estimating assumptions for better analysis!<br />
  70. 70. Robert C. Weaver Feasibility Project<br />***Provide a roadmap for Design Excellence team & knowledge transfer***<br />
  71. 71. Robert C. Weaver Feasibility Project<br />Preferred Alternative - Uniformat Cost Elements Breakdown<br />
  72. 72. Robert C. Weaver Feasibility Project<br />Value Added through Integration of BIM and Problem Seeking:<br /><ul><li>Speed of delivery
  73. 73. Precision of budget
  74. 74. Analysis of a wider range of alternatives
  75. 75. Streamlining of decision-making
  76. 76. Improved ability to secure funding
  77. 77. Customer confidence in results and team</li>

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