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John Boehms of Autodesk presents on the use of Integrated Practice Design on the Autodesk LEED-CI Platinum office in Massachusetts. ...

John Boehms of Autodesk presents on the use of Integrated Practice Design on the Autodesk LEED-CI Platinum office in Massachusetts.
Presented at the 5th annual Green Building Festival in Toronto, Canada, 2009.

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IPD and Sustainable Design at Trapelo Road IPD and Sustainable Design at Trapelo Road Presentation Transcript

  • IPD and Sustainable Design...at Trapelo Road
    John B. Boehms AIA LEED®AP
    Technical Specialist Sustainability
    Autodesk A E C Solutions Group
    Green Building Festival – 09.09.23
    © 2009 Jeff Goldberg/ESTO
  • IPD + IPD Approach
    Use of Technology
    Sustainability + Sustainable Design
    Outcomes
  • Emergence and Relevance of IPD
    • CURT Whitepaper – Fall 2004
    • MacLeamy Curve
    • Integration of BIM
    • AIA Integrated Strategy Working Group (IPSWG)
    • AIA Initiatives toward Integrated Practice
    • AIA California Councils
    • A Working Definition
    • Introduction of new phases of construction
    • AIA National and AIA CC IPD Guide – Fall 2007
    • AGC Multiparty Agreement (Sutter Health – Lean Construction Model)
    • AIA Contract Documents Committee - May 08
    • Owner Contractor & Owner Architect (Transitional) IPD Contracts
    • Single Purpose Entity (SPE) IPD Contracts
    • ConDocs BIM Addendum
    • AIA BIM Exhibit – Oct 2008
  • Sample Multi-Party IPD Agreement
  • New Industry Tools: AIA E202 & ConDocs 301
    Designed to Support IPD and more traditional Projects.
    Establishes protocols and responsibilities for the development of the Model throughout the course of the Project
    Establish right of reliance on Model content as Project progresses
    Describes certain Model management responsibilities
  • Integrated Workflow
  • Delivery Principles, Compared
  • IPD Contract Principles
    early substantive involvement of key participants
    joint sharing of risk and reward through a profit/incentive pool
    joint project management
    Zero Litigation
  • The Private Owner’s Perspective
    Autodesk’s motivations
    Innovation meets results
    “Walking the Walk”
    Science Project and BIM
  • Project Organization:Selection Process
    • Pure IPD project
    • Conceptual design in BIM
    • Shared BIM Model
    • Consolidated Model Management
    • Direct From Model Fabrication
    • LEED CI Platinum
    • Quantities Extracted (5D)
    • Sequenced and Scheduled (4D)
  • Project Organization: Contract
  • Costs, Risks and Rewards
    ICL Elements:
    1 - Budget
    2 - Green
    3 - Schedule
    4 - Quality
    IncentiveCompensation Layer
    I C L
    2
    4
    1
    3
    Contingency
    ICL Direct Costs
    OtherDirectCosts
    Owner’sBuffer
    Total Project Cost
  • IPD + IPD Approach
    Use of Technology
    Sustainability + Sustainable Design
    Outcomes
  • The Four Main Reasons
  • Heat Map
  • Design Process: Integration
    Builder
    HVAC Sub
    KlingStubbins
    Tocci
    Mechanical Engineer
    Tocci
    Architect
    Programming
    Wall-Splitting
    Design
    Layout
  • Design Process: Integration
    Design
    Documentation
    Fabrication
    Installation
    KlingStubbins
    Tocci
    KlingStubbins
    Tocci
    Programming
    Wall-Splitting
    Design
    Layout
  • gbXML Schema
  • BIM Utilization
    Design & Visualization
  • BIM Deliverables
    Design Collaboration
  • BIM Deliverables
    MEP Collaboration
    Builder
    HVAC Sub
    Mechanical Engineer
    Architect
    Mechanical Model
    Electrical Engineer
    Coordination Model
  • BIM Deliverables
    Lighting Design Collaboration
    Design/Electrical Model
    Coordination Model
  • BIM IPD Deliverables
    Millwork Collaboration
  • Construction Process: Coordination
  • Revit ®
    Design
    Documentation
    3rd Party
    Fabrication
    Installation
  • Architecture: Advanced Bill of Materials
  • Execution: renders on site
  • IPD + IPD Approach
    Use of Technology
    Sustainability + Sustainable Design
    Outcomes
  • Sustainability
    Meeting the needs of the present while improving the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
  • Sustainability Strategy
    OUR COMPANY
    80+ PRODUCTS
    9 MILLION USERS
    BILLIONS OF PEOPLE
    Sustainability is central to who we are as a company
  • Sustainable Design: Overview
  • Sustainable Design: Daylighting
  • Sustainable Design: Lighting
  • Sustainable Design: View Optimization
  • Sustainable Design: HVAC Optimization
  • Sustainable Design: Construction
  • Sustainable Design: Construction
  • Sustainable Design: Other Stuff
  • IPD + IPD Approach
    Use of Technology
    Sustainability + Sustainable Design
    Outcomes
  • © 2009 Jeff Goldberg/ESTO
  • Construction
    © 2009 Jeff Goldberg/ESTO
  • © 2009 Jeff Goldberg/ESTO
  • Value Add: Lobby
    Base: Florescent downlights
    Upgrade: Linear lighting
    Base: 2x4 ACT
    Upgrade: Millwork
    Base: Carpet/stone tile mix
    Upgrade: Retroplate
  • Value Add: Workspace
    Base: 2x4 ACT
    Upgrade: Exposed
    Base: 2x4 Florescent troffer
    Upgrade: Linear lighting
    Base: 2x4 ACT
    Upgrade: 2x2 premium tile
    Base: Shaw carpet tile
    Upgrade: premium carpet tile
    Base: 3’ door with 18” sidelight
    Upgrade: custom full glass door & partition
  • Summary
    8 months from 0% design to Certificate of Occupancy
    0% Non-discretion change order
    30% owner scope changes delivered in 6.7% less time (compared to baseline project schedule)
    Zero Claims
    Zero lost time accidents
    Zero backcharges
    7.4% added design quality
  • © 2009 Jeff Goldberg/ESTO