Adoption of BIM - a research report

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The slides introduce the topic of Building Information Modeling and provides an overview of our latest report. …

The slides introduce the topic of Building Information Modeling and provides an overview of our latest report.

This NEW report on Building Information Modelling is a comprehensive research report detailing the take-up and implementation of BIM in the UK Construction Industry.

The report covers the use of CAD and adoption of Building Information Modelling by Architects, Engineers and Contractors.

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  • 1. Adoption ofBuilding Information Modelling A research report detailing the take-up and implementation of BIM in the UK Construction Industry www.cadvantage.co.uk
  • 2. Adoption of BIMThis NEW report on Building Information Modelling is acomprehensive research report detailing the take-up andimplementation of BIM in the UK Construction Industry.The report covers the use of CAD and adoption of BuildingInformation Modelling by Architects, Engineers andContractorsThe cost of the report is: £275+VATRead more www.cadvantage.co.uk
  • 3. Why are people talking about BIM?In May 2011 the government published the “Government ConstructionStrategy” within this was the announcement that:Government will require fully collaborative 3D BIM (with all project andasset information, documentation and data being electronic) as aminimum by 2016.With Paul Morell, Chief Construction Advisor behind the project and theformation of the government’s BIM Industry Working Group andpublication of a BIM Strategy document, interest and adoption has beenwidespread. www.cadvantage.co.uk
  • 4. Who is using BIM?In terms of adoption, research amongst RIBA architects by NBSfound that in 2011 31% of practices were using BIM, comparedwith just 13% a year earlier.When compiling Adoption of BIM we interviewed leadingArchitects, Engineers and Contractors to establish if they are usingBIM.The following slides give a glimpse of some of the reports findings. www.cadvantage.co.uk
  • 5. Stage of BIM implementation - Architects www.cadvantage.co.uk
  • 6. Stage of BIM implementation - Engineers www.cadvantage.co.uk
  • 7. Stage of BIM Implementation - Contractors www.cadvantage.co.uk
  • 8. Progress With Implementation of BIM – All respondent categories www.cadvantage.co.uk
  • 9. BIM - changing dynamics of the project teamBIM includes the ability to test concepts and ideas more rigorously at thedesign stage and incorporate performance and maintenance informationabout products and systems into the detailing.Therefore it is safe to assume this new way of working will bring about achange in influence levels from different members of the project team.The following slides give a glimpse of some of the reports findings. www.cadvantage.co.uk
  • 10. How the influence of the Main Contractor will change on a Traditional contract with the introduction of BIM www.cadvantage.co.uk
  • 11. How the influence of the Engineer will change on a Design & Build contract with the introduction of BIM www.cadvantage.co.uk
  • 12. BIM – the challenge?The challenge for the manufacturer, and early adopters of BIM is whichsystem to use. There are 6 leading providers and the government is notstating any preference in a desire to encourage competition andinnovation.A challenge for the manufacturer is which software to use. AlthoughAutodesk Revit is the leading system its usage varies, being more popularwith large contractors than engineers’ practices and used by even fewerarchitects’ practices.When compiling Adoption of BIM we interviewed leading Architects,Engineers and Contractors to establish if they are using BIM and whichsoftware they have selected. This report can thus be used to identify thesoftware currently being used by the organisations of most importance toyour company. www.cadvantage.co.uk
  • 13. BIM – Opportunities and threats?As with any new idea, BIM is both an opportunity and a threat to buildingproduct manufacturers.Use of BIM offers cost savings for client and the project team so it is notsurprising that other construction clients are now indicating their interestin using BIM on projects, with initiatives like the BIM for Retail Forum.Provide the level of detail required and your product will be incorporatedinto the building’s specification at an early stage and with sharedinformation comes high visibility, making it much less likely to be switchedat a later stage.Don’t provide BIM objects and you risk alternative products being usedinstead. This will become an increasing problem as BIM replaces CAD. Inthe medium term if you do note offer BIM objects your products will notbe specified! www.cadvantage.co.uk
  • 14. Adoption of BIM, the research report will enable you to:• Identify the organisations which are using BIM or plan to use it• Review the software used and how it influences product selection• Understand how specifiers and contractors want to receive BIM information• Identify changes in influence on specification as a result of BIM implementationResearch for BIM was conducted during March 2012.Interviews were conducted with 80 architects practices, 50 engineerspractices and 20 main contractors, all of which are in the top 100 for theircategory.The cost of the report is: £275+VAT Purchase online Now! www.cadvantage.co.uk
  • 15. www.cadvantage.co.uk www.cadvantage-blog.co.ukChris Ashworth @CompetitiveAchris@cadvantage.co.uk companies/competitive-advantageMobile: 07747 626095 cadvantagemarketingFax: 01252 836850 Competitive Advantage Consultancy Limited Growth through customer focus