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COBIE Overview

  1. 1. COBIE: Providing Benefits of BIM to Owners, A/Es and Contractors Igor Starkov President Tokmo Solutions, Inc. www.tokmo.com
  2. 2. 1 Business Drivers for Using COBIE 2 How COBIE Information is Organized 3 Results & Guides 4 COBIE and LEAN 5 COBIE Challenge www.tokmo.com
  3. 3. US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering Research and Development Center (c) 2009 www.tokmo.com
  4. 4. Construction-Operations Building Information Exchange (COBIE) US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering Research and Development Center (c) 2009 www.tokmo.com
  5. 5. Why Owners Need COBIE? • Plan, design, build data loss • Recreation transcription errors • Delivered and stored as paper • Delivered after occupancy (sometimes years later) • Preemptive job plans missing • Additional transcriptions costs ($40K NAVFAC’s OMSI file) • Impossible to maintain US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering Research and Development Center (c) 2009 www.tokmo.com
  6. 6. Why Contractors Need COBIE? • Materials/products submittals and purchasing difficult to coordinate with trade partners • High cost of providing as-built information, “job crawl” ($25K for a medium size project) • Tracking installed products and equipment • Data quality degrades over time • COBIE is required by owners on a growing number of new projects www.tokmo.com
  7. 7. Why A/Es Need COBIE? • Ability to establish QC for created models reduces risk ExternalSystemName ComponentName ExternalNameID ComponentID • Owners prefer vendors who help RegisterID SpaceID them cut costs 1 2,100A 15,Hardware items 100A 2 3,100B 15,Hardware items 100F 3 2,100A 15,Hardware items 100G • COBIE is required on a growing 4 4,101 15,Hardware items 101A 5 5,102 15,Hardware items 102A number of new projects 6 6,103 15,Hardware items 103A 7 7,104 15,Hardware items 104A 8 8,105 15,Hardware items 105A 9 2,100A 6,Overhead Coiling Doors Assembly 100C 10 2,100A 6,Overhead Coiling Doors Assembly 100D 11 3,100B 6,Overhead Coiling Doors Assembly 100E 12 2,100A 6,Overhead Coiling Doors Assembly 100B 17 10,RF 54,HVAC System Components and Equipment HP-1 18 2,100A 54,HVAC System Components and Equipment RH-1 19 2,100A 54,HVAC System Components and Equipment RH-2 20 2,100A 54,HVAC System Components and Equipment RH-3 21 2,100A 54,HVAC System Components and Equipment RH-4 22 2,100A 54,HVAC System Components and Equipment RH-5 23 2,100A 54,HVAC System Components and Equipment RH-6 www.tokmo.com
  8. 8. How Information Is Organized logical organization (how does information link?) process organization (who does what when?) open standard definition (Industry Foundation Classes) many formats/same data o ifc o ifcXML o Excel XML US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering Research and Development Center (c) 2009 www.tokmo.com
  9. 9. Sample Views Spaces Worksheet Spa ceUsableHeigh tUnits ExternalSystemName SpaceUsableHeight SpaceReferenceID SpaceDescription ExternalNameID SpaceFunction SpaceNumber SpaceName SpaceID FloorID 2 1,First Floor 13-15 21 17 Maintenance Spaces SpaceIDPick 100A Locomotive Shop LinearUnit 3 1,First Floor 13-15 21 17 Maintenance Spaces SpaceIDPick 100B Reces sed Maintenance Area LinearUnit 4 1,First Floor 13-75 00 00 Storage Spaces SpaceIDPick 101 Tools/Janitor LinearUnit 5 1,First Floor 13-81 21 24 Telecommunications Room SpaceIDPick 102 Communication room LinearUnit 6 1,First Floor 13-81 21 21 Electrical Room SpaceIDPick 103 Elec trical Room LinearUnit Installation Worksheet InstallationMnufacturer InstallationSerialNumber InstallationModel InstallationName DocumentIDList InstallationID ComponentID TransmittalID SpaceIDList RegisterID 1 15,Hardware items 1,100A TransmittalIDPick 1 100A Securall Doors HD36x84 000-01-1 2 15,Hardware items 2,100F TransmittalIDPick 1 100F Securall Doors HD36x84 000-01-2 3 15,Hardware items 3,100G TransmittalIDPick 1 100G Securall Doors HD36x84 000-01-3 4 15,Hardware items 4,101A TransmittalIDPick 1 101A Securall Doors HD36x84 000-01-4 www.tokmo.com
  10. 10. Published Results & Guides Whole Building Design Guide: www.wbdg.org/resources/cobie.php Or Google for COBIE BIM US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineering Research and Development Center (c) 2009 www.tokmo.com10 Page
  11. 11. LEAN and COBIE • LEAN - Minimize waste of all resources (materials, time, effort, money, …) • Reduce variability / improve predictability through implementation of: – 3D/4D/nD/BIM – Optimized, Just-in-Time detailed scheduling (Last Planner™) – Networks of reliable commitments (improve reliability through better tracking of products/equipment) – Sound task assignments (include products/materials from COBIE as resources for activities) www.tokmo.com
  12. 12. COBIE Challenge www.tokmo.com
  13. 13. Igor Starkov Phone: 571-277-6617 Email: istarkov@tokmo.com Website: www.tokmo.com www.tokmo.com

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