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BIM vs Risk on Stanford Cath 9 BIM vs Risk on Stanford Cath 9 Presentation Transcript

  • BIM & the Design of Cath Lab 9
    • Agenda
    • Technology Introduction
    • Relationship to Construction Technologies
    • Waste Reduction
    • The “Risk = Cost” Equation
    The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • About The Design Partnership LLP
    • Founded in 1979
    • 45 Employees
    • Expertise in Healthcare, Research, Public, Master Planning, Mental Health
    • BIM/Lean/IPD Leadership
    • Over $1.5 Billion Designed in BIM
    • Using BIM since 2005. 100% BIM since 2006
    • 2008 AIASF Integrated Practice Honor Award Recipient
    The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • 1. Technology Introduction
    • 3D Laser Survey
    • Building Information Modeling (BIM)
    • Virtual Simulation/Pre-visualization
    • Clash Detection
    The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • 3D Laser Survey The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Point Cloud 3D Solids Model
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • Building Information Modeling (BIM) The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • Virtual Simulation/Pre-visualization The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • Clash Detection & Coordination The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Where is the coordination error? Structural Plan Mechanical Plan
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
    • Ability to view, annotate, and measure
    • Capability to simulate phasing and constructability
    • Requires all players to contribute
    • Free 3D file viewers include Navisworks (.NWD) and Design Review (.DWF)
    The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • 2. Relationship to Current Construction Technology
    • 3D Shop Drawings
    • Direct Fabrication
    • Prefabrication
    The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • 3D Shop Drawings The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Image courtesy of Marelich Mechanical
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Image courtesy of Marelich Mechanical
  • Direct Fabrication The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Images courtesy of Marelich Mechanical Direct Fabrication
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Direct Fabrication
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Direct Fabrication
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Direct Fabrication
  • Prefabrication The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Prefabrication
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Prefabrication
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Prefabrication
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Prefabrication
    • HVAC
    • Plumbing
    • Structural Steel
    • Precast Concrete
    • Rebar
    • Steel Stud Walls
    • Curtain Walls, etc.
    • Millwork
    • Unit Restrooms
    • Laboratories
    The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners 3D Capable Trades
  • 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 Delivery
    The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • 3. Waste Reduction
    • In Design
    • In the Shop
    • In the Field
    The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • Waste Reduction
    • 40% of US solid waste stream is construction waste. 1
    • Construction industry productivity falling while all others increasing. 2
    The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners 1. US Green Building Council 2. US Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • Waste Reduction in Design The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
    • Test Equipment Layout for Critical Spaces
      • Surgery Suites
      • Nurse Stations
    • Test Sightlines
    • Test Processes
    • Test Aesthetics
    • Reduced waste of User Changes after construction.
    The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Simulation & Virtual Prototyping
    • Reduced Document Coordination Effort
    • No duplication of effort between A/E
    • Real-time Project Metrics
    • Time for Efficient Design & Systems Coordination
    The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Documentation Waste
  • Waste Reduction in the Shop The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Images courtesy of Marelich Mechanical Efficiency Algorithms
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners No Part Duplication
  • Waste Reduction in the Field The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Just-in-time Delivery
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Image courtesy of Marelich Mechanical
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners Image courtesy of Marelich Mechanical
  • The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • 4. “Risk = Cost” Equation
    • Increase in Architect’s Exposure
    • Decrease in Contractor’s Risk
    • Decrease in Owner’s Risk
    • Reduced Risk for All = Reduced Cost
    The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • The Big BIM/IPD/Lean Idea The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
    • Automatic Document Coordination
    • 3D Systems Coordination
    • Virtual Building Simulation
    • Direct Fabrication
    Project Delivery Improvement The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
    • Unknown Consequences Of Sharing BIM Information
    • Design Only Information In BIM Model
    • Extensive Pre-coordination
    • Fabrication From Design Models
    •   Increased Exposure to Risk
    Increase in Architect’s Exposure The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
    • Reduced Coordination Errors
    • Reduced Unknown Conditions
    • More Efficient Workflow
    • Cooperation & Collaboration
    • Reduced Contingency
    •  Increased Confidence &  Reduced Risk
    Decrease in Contractor’s Risk The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • 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 Planning
    The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners
  • Reduced Risk for All = Reduced Cost Architect’s Exposure   However Architect’s Risk  The Design Partnership LLP  Architects + Planners