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Working together for success, 14th October 2013

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    Cookham Wood  Lean & Mean Jane Foulkes Cookham Wood Lean & Mean Jane Foulkes Presentation Transcript

    • Cookham Wood LEAN AND MEAN WIPM CONFERENCE 14TH October 2013
    • Meet Jane and Helen Jane Foulkes Associate Director F+G Project Management Team Helen Brydson Senior Project Manager F+G Project Management Team
    • The agenda • The background Government collaborative initiatives •Pre-construction Phase: BIM Contractor Collaboration • Construction Phase The site and build – sequencing and construction Appointed Team Stakeholder engagement Working together to overcome challenges •Summary • Any Questions?
    • Project information Scope: • New build 179 place Houseblock • New build Education facility with workshop and classroom space • BREEAM Excellent • Mothball existing Ash & Beech Wings Procurement : • 2-stage tender • Design & Build Contract: • Partnering Contract:: PPC 2000 Value: • £19 Million (incl. client risk, local commissioning) Programme: • 20 November 2012 – 10th January 2014 • Education Building – mid-November 2013 • Houseblock Completion – mid November 2013 • A&B Wing Mothball works completion – mid January 2014 Key Lean/Collaborative Initiatives: • Government BIM Early Adopter Project • Soft Landings Trial Project • Project Bank Account • MoJ Lean Training Trial Project
    • The drive for Lean, Partnering and BIM
    • 3 key ways we worked collaboratively to achieve BIM • Keeping BIM in perspective • Helping the Client understand what he wants from BIM • Bringing the Contractor in early
    • Cookham Wood Pre-Tender Time Line A Mean Programme Event Won the job Tender issue date Project put on hold Project restarted plus BIM Revised Tender date 3 month design in BIM period Sep 11 Oct 11 Nov 11 Dec 11 Jan 12 Feb 12 Mar 12
    • In the beginning....
    • Keep BIM in perspective: A process within a process Project Process BIM Process
    • Help the Client understand what he wants from BIM Standards Software Platforms H+S Level of Detail Stakeholders BIM Client Requirements (EIR’s) File Security BIM Deliverables Planning the work and data segregation Managing Change Coordinates
    • Help the Client understand what he wants from BIM
    • Snapshot of BIM outputs Requirements: • BIM 3-d model • BIM drops at end of design (drop 3) and construction (drop 4) • Cobie Output (Excel) Achieved to date: • BIM drop 3 • Construction drawings formed from 2D cuts of model • Model presented to end user (Governor) – useful and successful tool Discussions ongoing: • Format for BIM drop 4 • Level of information for BIM drop 4 • How to utilise BIM data for end user maintenance database requirements/input
    • Contractor collaboration and the form of contract PPC 2000 Road Map Client appoints design team Designers, QS, Client Representative. Client Design Client design team develop outline proposals Tender Project tendered to constructors on existing framework Stage 1: Tenders returned and evaluated Constructors submit IPP Evaluation basis: 70% cost, 30% quality Tender awarded and Partnering Agreement signed Stage 2: Constructor develops design Constructor submits DPP and AMP Job starts on site Clients team evaluate
    • Construction Phase Add picture
    • The site and build Existing Prison (‘Live Side’) Temporary Site (‘non-operational Water Main way leave side’) New Contractors Site setup Breach Gatelock/fence breach Perimeter Fence Houseblock Education Building
    • The site and build Education Houseblock •2 storey, steel framed education building • Ground floor – practical skills (workshops, kitchen) •First floor - classrooms •2 spur houseblock with central core area • 3 levels •Pre-cast concrete pods •Pods cast offsite, assembled onsite •Single cells with en-suite wet-room
    • Project team Redditch Lead Technical Assessor (TA): hln Architects London Client Ministry of Justice Client Representatives (CR) – Faithful + Gould: Birmingham Cost Consultant and CDM-C Sweett Group Constructor Interserve Constructor Lead Designers Arups Cookham Wood, Rochester (Site Based): Plymouth M&E Technical Assessor (TA): URS Client Liaison Officers (CLO): Faithful+Gould:
    • Key stakeholders working collaboratively • MoJ Departments: • Technical Services Dept • Lean Task Group . • Establishment • Governor • Works Dept. • Security • Education Staff • Project Liaison Officer • Young Offenders • Local Residents • BIM Task Group • Local Planning Authority • Lean Training Providers
    • Working together to overcome issues Planning: • Late discharge of planning - delay to commencement of main works Unforeseen Ground Conditions: • Continual foundation design evolution in line with programme Closed Inclement weather: • Extended cold winter / spring • Concrete batching plant unable batch • Temperatures too low for resin application Constructor Design Development and Co-ordination: • RAG report • Samples of all finished products required on site (e.g. sample resin cell, sample door viewer) Early Warning Mechanisms: • Overcoming conflict •Team resolution Live
    • Collaborative programme monitoring 110% 100% 90% Buffer Consumed 80% 70% 75%74% 75% 71% 60% 63% 50% 61% 54% 40% 45% 36% 33%32% 33%32% 30% 20% 67% 65% 64%63% 63% 62% 59% 59%59% 59%59% 42% 33% 33% 24% 10% 15% 0% 0% 4% 8%12% 20% 28% 36% 44% 52% 60% 68% 76% 84% 92% 100% 16% 24% 32% 40% 48% 56% 64% 72% 80% 88% 96% Progress
    • Summary Project Lean Stakeholders BIM Team
    • Any questions?