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  • Kings cross designed through BIM ?
  • Kings Cross designed by wizards, BIM enables us to go beyond …
  • Complex buildings – how did we communicate this in 2D and schedules? Why we have so many errors?
  • Fastes rate of construction – hasn’ t been beaten – WHY?
  • 80 years later – whats the difference, why is the rate of construction so much slower, more costly?
  • Root cause of all construction errors?
  • Understanding lean helps us understand BIM
  • Can we say this for construction – Honda 6 sigma = 99.8% Construction 65% ?
  • Explain level one, two and three
  • Concept that the thought process when building a model should be the same as if you were building it physically in the field. When we started drywall modeling, we quickly realized that having a young tech savvy engineer fresh out of school modeling drywall wasn’t adding much value to the field. Sure we built a wall that is clash free, but it wasn’t necessarily detailed in the way that is more efficient to be built. By brining in field foremen to learn how to model and bring their field experience into the model, we drove a10-15% increase in field efficiency.
  • Actual v design – does it matter?
  • Planning and avoiding clashes and problems before getting to site
  • Easy take offs, easy construction, easy material ordering, easy checking
  • All tools, either for authoring or co-ordination
  • People 90%
  • So the PAS is out – what the government
  • Our simplified version Left 2d CAD – very much same workflows and methods as the traditional hand drawn world with a few layering and deletion benefits. I've spared you the old slide of the cut finger Level 1 BIM – is lonely BIM – using all the benefits of co-ordinated 3d CAD modelling but independently of others. The deliverables are the same 2d drawings and schedules but de-risked through co-ordination of plans sections and elevations and to some extend more efficient. Level 2 BIM – is collaborative BIM – the same as level 1 but more data rich and is defined by co-ordination between disciplines. There is also a new deliverable – COBie – see later. Level 3 BIM is Integrated BIM where the deliverable becomes the model itself and is utilised throughout the life of the building. At present Level 3 BIM is a pipedream, it is not even defined properly. Why the Government as mandated level 2 as being just right
  • To help you on the journey to Level 2. Level 0 Paper based work gradually moving towards 2D CAD. E-mail came along. Took us 15 years to catch up with these new techniques . 95% of users used 2D CAD with little or no co-ordination benefit. Insular. Wasted resource in creating and re-creating information. Level 1 Level 1 saw the emergence of standards such as BS, CPIC and Avanti. Better information structure could be ased on these standardsand had the potential to remove error and reduce waste.
  • One of the most powerful use is the virtual builds prior to real builds, and the ability for future end users to shape the build and facility. Aloft hotels here is a good case study.
  • For architecture, visualisation of yet to be built projects, linking AR to BIM …
  • For construction, visual search of construction performance, (waste, co2, safety, progress) For fm, mashing service routes onto webcam for safety and avoiding clashes

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  • 1. more than just anINFORMATION MODELMartin BrownFairsnapeImprovement Strategist, Consultant and Advocate+Living Building Challenge UK Ambassador+Constructing Excellence Collaborative WorkingChampion+Chair Lancashire ConstructionBest Practice Club+Co-Founder BE2 martin brownfairsnape@gmail.com@fairsnapeBlog www.fairsnape.com
  • 2. Empire State Building
  • 3. Ropemaker Place
  • 4. Source: Rafael Sachs
  • 5. Increased building and component complexityNew (unnecessary?) complex building systemsIncreased process complexityIncreased organisation complexityComplex production systemsIneffective production systemsFactors:
  • 6. Ineffective production systems… cause Waste: (MUDA)• Waiting - information, materials, etc.• Reworking• Moving• Work in progress• Over-production• Unnecessary processing• Transfer of materials (double-handling)• Products that do not meet requirement
  • 7. Typical Project EfficiencyFootprint
  • 8. Poorcommunications atthe root of mostconstructionproblems?
  • 9. martin brown @ fairsnape
  • 10. Photo by Vilseskogen martin brownPhoto by Vilseskogen martin brown
  • 11. To produce the right product at theright time in the right quantity forthe customer and to produce exactly whatyou need and nothing more…Taiichi Ohno, Toyota‘Lean’ Thinking
  • 12. HONDA "everything we dogoes into everything we do"
  • 13. martin brown @ fairsnapeWhat is BIM?Building Information ModelBuilding Information Modelling
  • 14. martin brown @ fairsnape“the total, collaborative andvirtual modelling of allaspects of a facility prior toconstruction, duringconstruction and in use.”Martin BrownWhat is BIM?
  • 15. "BIM use requires skills anda mindset that allow us towork productively andeffectively in acollaborative setting"Randy DeutschWhat is BIM?
  • 16. martin brown @ fairsnapeWhat is BIM?
  • 17. Model What You BuildBuild What You ModelSlide Source
  • 18. Overlay Designer vs.DetailerSlide Source
  • 19. Coordinated BeamPenetrationsSlide Source
  • 20. Coordinating Rebar Around SteelOngoing steel fabrication put on holdAfter 3 weeks of coordination and approval, fabrication resumedwithout schedule delaySlide Source
  • 21. ToolsBIM is NOT
  • 22. PROCESS +IMPROVEMENTPEOPLECOLLABORATIVEWORKINGTECHNOLOGY+ TOOLSWhat is BIM?
  • 23. CultureeatsStrategyfor breakfast“”Peter Druker
  • 24. martin brown @ fairsnape
  • 25. martin brown @ fairsnapeBIM: a continuation of ourcollaborative working journey
  • 26. martin brown @ fairsnapeBuilding Down BarriersUnderstand ValueRelationshipsIntegrated WorkingCollaborative CostingContinuous ImprovementPeople
  • 27. 2016UnmanagedCADManagedCADManagedBIMEnvironmentSingleProjectBIM
  • 28. martin brown @ fairsnape3D BIM?4D BIM?5D BIM?6D BIM?What is
  • 29. BUILTENVIRONMENTIMPROVEMENTSUSTAINABILITYCOLLABORATIVEWORKINGVALUEt: @fairsnapemartin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com
  • 30. BUILTENVIRONMENTIMPROVEMENTSUSTAINABILITYCOLLABORATIVEWORKINGVALUEt: @fairsnapemartin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com
  • 31. BUILTENVIRONMENTIMPROVEMENTSUSTAINABILITYCOLLABORATIVEWORKINGVALUEt: @fairsnapemartin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com
  • 32. BUILTENVIRONMENTIMPROVEMENTSUSTAINABILITYCOLLABORATIVEWORKINGVALUEt: @fairsnapemartin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com
  • 33. How can BIM enablecollaboration with everyone?
  • 34. Comfortable with paperlessprojects, with sharing digitally
  • 35. Comfortable with sharing andengaging across social media?
  • 36. French politician Alexandre Ledru‐Rollin“There go my people I must find outwhere they aregoing so I can lead them.”
  • 37. Project Process Control
  • 38. martin brown @ fairsnapeIntegrating BIM intoexisting process
  • 39. “barriers toBIM "
  • 40. martin brown @ fairsnape1.Collaborative Mindset2. Technical Capabilities3. Maturity of the client4. Procurement route5. Programme v model detailBIMConstraints
  • 41. Responses to BIM?Architect?Providers?Advocates?Government?Builders?Facilities Management?Service Engineers?
  • 42. martin brown @ fairsnape1. Enhanced collaboration2. Improved project understanding3. More accurate and efficient cost management4. Virtual design and construction5. Client engagement and relationships6. Elimination of MUDA (waste and non-valueadding activities)BIMBenefits
  • 43. martin brown @ fairsnape1. Enhanced collaboration2. Improved project understanding3. More accurate and efficient cost management4. Virtual design and construction5. Client engagement and relationships6. Elimination of MUDA (waste and non-valueadding activities)BIMBenefits
  • 44. martin brown @ fairsnape
  • 45. martin brown @ fairsnape
  • 46. Virtual Worlds, Games, Second Life"a social dimension to BIM?"
  • 47. Aloft HotelsDesigned and Tested in Second Life,Built in Real Life
  • 48. BIM andAugmented Reality
  • 49. Water ConstructionPipe Lane BB7 2RE£1.6m34 weeksCO2 46T/£100kAFR: 2.3Waste: 6T/£100kperformancesafetymaintenanceBIM andAugmented Reality
  • 50. martin brown @ fairsnapeHow COULD BIM changeour industry?How WILL BIM change thebuilt environment?
  • 51. martin brownfairsnape@gmail.com@fairsnape
  • 52. martin brown @ fairsnapereferences#BIM on twitter (#BIM4SME’s)BIM Task Group http://www.bimtaskgroup.org/Blogs eg www.fairsnape.comThinkBIM Events #TBim2013BIM For SpecialistsGovernment Construction StrategyBe Valuable / Building Down BarriersSlideshare: eg http://www.slideshare.net/fspres
  • 53. martin brown @ fairsnapeCredits:Inspiration, Quotes, Images and Slides ‘borrowed’ fromRandy DeutschNathan Wood DPRRafael Sachs, Israel Institute of TechnologyMark Stodgell, NW BIM Regional HubIBEPartnershipPaul Wilkinson