Revit information - Outside Revit

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A Masters of Architecture Class at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago was the site of a 3-hour seminar on the use of Revit data outside of Revit. Also included was a discussion of the Integrated Project Delivery methods that assist data sharing.

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Revit information - Outside Revit

  1. 1. Masters of Architecture School of the Art Institute of Chicago Revit Information - Outside RevitAn overview from BIM Education Co-op members and supporters
  2. 2. Agenda Introduction Michael Bordenaro - BIM Education Co-op Integrated Project Delivery - Legal ImplicationsJames Salmon, Esq. - Collaborative Construction Resources Revit to Other Programs Kimon Onuma, FAIA - ONUMA, Inc New World Data SharingProf. Hector Camps - Miami Dade College & PHI Cubed, Inc Onuma and Camps are buildingSMART alliance board of direction members
  3. 3. Learning Objectives IntroductionMichael Bordenaro - BIM Education Co-op - Speaker Profiles - Everybody Knows What BIM Is - Overview - Randy Duetsch’s BIM & IPD Concepts
  4. 4. Learning Objectives Integrated Project Delivery - Legal ImplicationsJames Salmon, Esq. - Collaborative Construction Resources - Integrated Project Delivery in 3D© - Forensic BIM - A Look at Stairs - AIA Southern Arizona - Data Sharing (with Stairs) A presentation with Hector Camps
  5. 5. Collaborative Agreement General Description of Services - Describe cost savings options - Contingency savings division - Agreement drafting - Produce web workshops - Create approved work flows - Life Cycle Cost Analysis - Generate binding schedules - Project Web Site creation - Custom services available
  6. 6. Forensic BIM - A Look at Stairs General Description of Services
  7. 7. AIA Southern Arizona - Data Sharing (with Stairs) Model of Stairs played a key role in Workshop
  8. 8. Learning Objectives Revit to Other Programs Kimon Onuma, FAIA - ONUMA, Inc. - Getting Real With BIM- To Revit and Back using Open Standards - Reporting Dramatic Benefits
  9. 9. Getting Real With BIMShort Video on the Real Time Importance of BIM http://vimeo.com/16719648
  10. 10. To Revit and Back using Open Standards Cores with stairs
  11. 11. Reporting Dramatic BenefitsUSCG, US Army, DHS, GSA, CCC
  12. 12. Reporting Dramatic Benefitswww.vimeo.com - search for Onuma
  13. 13. Learning Objectives New World Data SharingProf. Hector Camps - Miami Dade College & PHI Cubed, Inc - New World Symphony Hall - Revit and CATIA - AIA Southern Arizona - Data Sharing (with Stairs) A presentation with James Salmon
  14. 14. New World Symphony Hall - Revit and CATIA Construction assistance
  15. 15. AIA Southern Arizona - Data Sharing (with Stairs) Model of Stairs played a key role in Workshop Revit Book Series
  16. 16. Learning Objectives IntroductionMichael Bordenaro - BIM Education Co-op - Speaker Profiles - Everybody Knows What BIM Is - Introductions- Randy Duetsch’s BIM & IPD Presentation
  17. 17. Everyone knows what BIM is . . .Princess Leia loaded a BIM of the Death Star into R2D2 and said, “Help me Obi Wan . . . You’re my only hope!” Death Star Building Information Model
  18. 18. Obi Wan handed R2D2 over to Luke Skywalker
  19. 19. Luke brought R2D2 to the Rebel Alliance . . .who were able to quickly download the BIM, analyze it,
  20. 20. Pre-program X-Wing Fighters to deliver a bombto an intake valve on the surface of the Death Star
  21. 21. At the last minute, Luke “went with the Force”. . . He hand-sketched the ending.
  22. 22. But BIM got him all the way there.That is how powerful BIM is.BIM can help destroy Evil Empires!
  23. 23. Introductions As Pete Townsend asked - “Who are you?”I am gladly thought of as a BIMStorm enthusiast
  24. 24. Web-based BIM demanded by Owners
  25. 25. AIA BIM Awardswww.aia.org/tap
  26. 26. Randy Deutsch, AIA - Authorhttp://bimandintegrateddesign.com/
  27. 27. Randy Deutsch, AIA Integrated Project Delivery = Peanut Butter Building Information Models = Chocolate “You got your Chocolate in my Peanut Butter.” “You got your Peanut Butter in my Chocolate.”Integration is the state of being in today’s business world
  28. 28. Learning Objectives Integrated Project Delivery - Legal ImplicationsJames Salmon, Esq. - Collaborative Construction Resources - Integrated Project Delivery in 3D (TM) - Forensic BIM - A Look at Stairs - AIA Southern Arizona - Data Sharing (with Stairs) A presentation with Hector Camps
  29. 29. Integrated Project Delivery in 3D (TM) Integrated Project Delivery is the entire arch Collaborative Agreement is the keystone BIM tools support Lean tools support one segment one segmentCollaborative Agreements Enable Virtual Networks of Like-Minded BIM Enabled Firms to Deliver Lean Construction Projects
  30. 30. Benefits of Collaborative Agreements Dramatic Savings in Legal Costs Text
  31. 31. Align InterestsPain/Share Gain Share Agreements Text
  32. 32. ConsensusDOCS Multiple Building Industry Organizations have joined to form a colloborative approach to contracting ConsensusDOCS 300 Suggested Approaches: Dispute Resolution - Utilize Integrated Design Article 23 Review and Design Review- Mitigation Procedures Board as Arbitrator- Dispute Review Board - Involve Carriers in Process- Mediation, Arbitrationand Litigation
  33. 33. Laddered AgreementsPredetermined Steps Reduce Court Costs Text
  34. 34. Alternative Legal ApproachesWaiving of Claims is a key collaborative act
  35. 35. Waiver of Claims Supports Consensus DecisionsReduce or Eliminate Court Costs
  36. 36. Collaborative Agreement General Description of Services - Describe cost savings options - Contingency savings division - Agreement drafting - Produce web workshops - Create approved work flows - Life Cycle Cost Analysis - Generate binding schedules - Project Web Site creation - Custom services available
  37. 37. Clash Detection and ResolutionResolution can occur before problems occur
  38. 38. Benefit Clients Clients
  39. 39. Forensic BIM - A Look at StairsPoorly Designed and Fabricated Metal Stairs Text
  40. 40. Design History is RecordedIt is possible to see root causes
  41. 41. Hector Camps created a stair model Existing data was used Text
  42. 42. Forensic BIM - A Look at Stairs One of many issues Text
  43. 43. Forensic BIM - A Look at Stairs One of many issues Text
  44. 44. Forensic BIM - A Look at Stairs One of many issues Text
  45. 45. Forensic BIM - A Look at Stairs One of many issues Text
  46. 46. Forensic BIM - A Look at Stairs One of many issues Text
  47. 47. Forensic BIM - A Look at Stairs One of many issues Text
  48. 48. Forensic BIM - A Look at Stairs Summary
  49. 49. Forensic BIM - A Look at Stairs James Salmon, Esq
  50. 50. Learning Objectives Revit to Other Programs Kimon Onuma, FAIA - ONUMA, Inc - Getting Real With BIM- To Revit and Back using Open Standards - Reporting Dramatic Benefits
  51. 51. Getting Real With BIMShort Video on the Real Time Importance of BIM http://vimeo.com/16719648
  52. 52. Data sharing on the web in real time Tutorial videos on vimeo.com(What was presented in class is available on video)
  53. 53. Agenda New World Data SharingProf. Hector Camps - Miami Dade College & PHI Cubed, Inc - New World Symphony Hall - Revit and CATIA - AIA Southern Arizona - Data Sharing (with Stairs) A presentation with James Salmon
  54. 54. New World Symphony Hall - Revit and CATIA(What was presented in class is available in other formats)
  55. 55. New World Symphony Hall - Revit and CATIA Construction Assistance
  56. 56. New World Symphony Hall - Revit and CATIA Design Results
  57. 57. AIA Southern Arizona - Data Sharing (with Stairs) Workshop Focused on . . .. . . IPD, BIM, VDC, PLM and related issues . . .
  58. 58. AIA Southern Arizona - Data Sharing (with Stairs) . . . including stairs
  59. 59. Masters of Architecture School of the Art Institute of Chicago Revit Information - Outside of RevitAn overview from BIM Education Co-op members and supporters

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