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Paul Nunn

  1. 1. BIM FOR ASSET OWNERS removing the uncertainty Paul Nunn – Senior BIM Specialist Construction
  2. 2. CSI Global Services CSI Global Services brings together technical expertise and worldwide industry experience to assist clients with developing and benefiting from implementing Building Information Modelling (BIM) processes. We take a process transformation approach to implementing BIM Strategies. Our process transformation client base includes; • Asset Owners • Facility Managers • Construction Companies • Government • Architectural and Engineering firms
  3. 3. BIM Definition • "a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility" and • "a shared knowledge resource for information about a facility forming a reliable basis for decisions during its life cycle." • "A basic premise of BIM is collaboration by different stakeholders at different phases of the life cycle of a facility to insert, extract, update or modify information in the BIM to support and reflect the roles of that stakeholder."
  4. 4. Advantages of Collaborative BIM • Design teams can identify and solve complex issues, and • share information quickly and effectively, and • offer a robust BIM deliverable where continuity of information with BIM is critical to the translation of relevant building data downstream. • This continuity, or the interoperability of information from one project stakeholder to the next, is an important component to the increased adoption of BIM, and one that is even more significant for facilities managers who are looking to use the information-rich models being developed through the design and construction process.
  5. 5. Asset Owner aspirations for BIM Single Point of Truth • Asset Management • Asset Repair • Preventative Maintenance • Maintenance Work Orders • Emergency Service Request • Energy Systems Analysis • Visual Work Orders • Renovation Process/Analysis • Visual Inventorying • Facility Condition Assessment • Life Safety Assets Inspections • Real Time Operation Performance Review of the Asset • Implement New Operational Procedures Insert Your Respective Company Logo Here
  6. 6. Asset Managers’ challenges • Business Value • Ownership & Maintenance • Change Management • Technology Platforms • Content Creation • Deployment • Consultants capabilities and understanding of BIM
  7. 7. Types of BIM to FM • A federated building information model of the “as-built” condition in navisworks format • Individual architectural, structural and trade services discipline models in “as-built” condition in both native and ifc file formats. • Data rich models ready for linking directly to a client cmms software system. • A database of O+M manuals and other equipment and installation data integrated with the models and ready for linking to a client asset management software system. • All models and manuals integrated with the clients cmms, cafm and bms systems through an FDIT (facility data integration tool)
  8. 8. Current Demonstration Project Singapore BCA Academy Extension
  9. 9. BIM to Asset Management Approach Facility Data Integration Tool
  10. 10. • Track data through design, construction and commissioning Project Handover using COBie
  11. 11. Entire Asset Portfolio
  12. 12. Individual Facility
  13. 13. Individual Systems
  14. 14. Individual Elements
  15. 15. O&M Manuals
  16. 16. Emergency Service Request
  17. 17. Energy Systems Analysis
  18. 18. Visual Work Orders
  19. 19. Facility Condition Assessment
  20. 20. Integration with BMS/EMS: using OPC, or Cisco Mediator, or INET Supervisor, or Niagara, or Honeywell EBI, or Johnson Controls’ Metasys, or Schneider or any other approach. Real-Time Operation Performance Review
  21. 21. Scenarios Scenario 1 • Trace airflow from a nominated room to specific AHU • Access live operating data from BAS/BMS • Access to manuals, instructions and documents from the assets Scenario 2 • Find switchboard location from light • Identify circuit • Access spares from asset Scenario 3 • Access FM data from site using mobile application • Review asset data from model component • Create work order directly from asset
  23. 23. Lessons learnt BIM technology has no inherent value: • Having BIM technology in place will not confer any benefit or create value for an asset owner. • The adoption of such technology is a cost, not only to an asset owner but also the project team, and benefits only arise from its effective use. Asset Owners need accurate and correctly assembled models • Learn how to model competently • Learn how to collaborate effectively • Commit to the BIM process and change your attitude
  24. 24. Model information required • Building location • Building name • Building levels • Room names • Rooms • Spaces • Systems • Objects • GUID (Globally unique identifier) • DATA
  25. 25. FM requirements of a space • Architectural Rooms • MEP Spaces • MEP Zones • FM Space • Classification system that’s consistent
  26. 26. Uniformat UniFormat is a method of arranging construction information into a standard order or sequence on the basis of building elements or parts of a facility characterised by the function, without regard to the materials and methods used for the construction. These elements are often referred to as systems or assemblies and form the basis of Table 21 of the Omniclass system, the summary level codes include: • A - Substructure • B - Shell • C - Interiors • D - Services • E - Equipment & Furnishings • F - Special Construction & Demolition • G - Building Sitework
  27. 27. Omniclass The OmniClass Construction Classification System is designed to assist in the organisation, sorting and retrieval of product information and is useful for many applications, from organising library materials, product literature, and project information, to providing a classification structure for electronic databases. OmniClass Table 23 Products are used to digitally code and classify Equipment Families • for example, 23‐27 21 11 is the digital code for equipment Axial Flow Compressors OmniClass Table 21 Elements are used to digitally code and classify Equipment Systems and Zones • for example, 21‐51 31 11 17 is the digital code for equipment system named Domestic Water Distribution
  28. 28. Uniformat & Omniclass
  29. 29. Schedules • All schedules must be generated from the parameters embedded in the model objects. • Schedules are one of the best ways of auditing and validating model content.
  30. 30. Data exchange format What is COBie? • Construction Operations Building Information Exchange • Internationally recognized data exchange standard • Exchange building systems information between design & construction with building owners • Format for delivering construction handover data • Attributes Increase as model progresses • COBie is primarily textual information • Organized data in electronic form
  31. 31. COBie Structure • Standard categories with ability to add your own
  32. 32. • Contact (all fields) • Facility (all fields) • Floor (all fields) • Space (all fields) • Zone (all fields) • Type (all fields) • Component (all fields) • System (all fields) • Spare (all fields) • Resource (all fields) • Job (all fields) • Document – for those documents that are assignable to an associated BIM element or system (all fields, installed equipment documentation, Approval By=“Contractor Certified”, Stage=“As‐Built”) • Attribute (all fields, manufacturer‐provided attributes, Category=”As‐Built”) COBie Standard Worksheets
  33. 33. Design Models • Contact • Facility • Floor
  34. 34. Design Models • Space should be classified using OmniClass and Net Area is provided (Gross Area is generated by Revit). • Zones should have categories assigned.
  35. 35. Design Models • Types should have Name, Category (OmniClass), Description, Asset Type. • Components should have Name, Description, Type and Space. • Systems should have Name, Category (OmniClass), Components. • Document • Attribute (see Tier#1 for minimum requirements)
  36. 36. Construction & Commissioning Models Construction • Type information updated by providing manufacturer, model number, warranty information (parts and labor and duration), replacement cost. • Component information updated by providing serial number, installation date, warranty start date, tag number and/or barcode. Installation date for major equipment will be the finish date of the scheduled activity. • Spare parts provided for types. • Attributes provided for types and components. Commissioning • Attributes corrected based on real measurements. • Documents linked to COBie worksheet. • Can add a client specific asset number/code
  37. 37. • The level of effort in the development of an FM system can be significantly affected by the cleanliness, accuracy and completeness of the data with the BIM environment. • All Models submitted to HI are to be “clean” with all extraneous 2D references and 3D elements stripped from the models. • Models issued as a deliverable contain no undefined, incorrectly defined or duplicated elements; • No objects/elements/families should be stripped and all drawings and schedules should remain and linked to the models. • All “error reports” from the authoring software are resolved. Audit, edit and clean
  38. 38. Software versions & upgrades • Incompatibility • Not upgraded • Error Reports
  39. 39. BIM requires process change BIM Benefits arise when it enables people and organizations to do things differently: • Benefits associated with BIM emerge only when individuals, project team members and the asset owner perform their roles in more efficient and effective ways. • Fundamentally, those involved with using the building information model to conduct daily business activities must take responsibility for ensuring benefits materialise. Commitment & Attitude
  40. 40. QUESTIONS?