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Why traditional construction delivery is no longer effective and the current and future state of new models for industry transformation.

Why traditional construction delivery is no longer effective and the current and future state of new models for industry transformation.

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  • Rex Miller and Dean Strombom
    April 6, 2011
    Becoming the change…
  • When Systems Break Down…
  • it is 2000…
  • 2005 changes strategies
  • April 2008
  • What did Michael Burry see?
  • The Rules Changed
  • Rules Change + Cycle = Results
  • Why did he see it?
  • How Many Trust the Financial System?
  • Digital Age = Speed and Complexity
  • Print Age = The Age of Reason
    Individual
    Rational
    Industrial
    Organization as machine
    Command and control leadership
    Steady and predictable
  • Speed Complexity
  • Not Much Has Changed
  • Old System in a New World
    Hierarchical
    Compartmentalized
    Sequential
    Checks and Balances
    Specialists
    Disconnection
    Silo’s
    Out of the Loop
    Conflict
    Mis-coordination
  • Signs of a Broken System
    $500 billion in waste
    Over 50% is waste
    70% late and over budget
    48% of Green House Gases
  • 6 Trends Demanding New Behavior
    The green movement
    Managing complex risk
    3D modeling
    Manufacturing techniques
    Lean
    Offsite
    Major corporations reducing footprints
    Digital technology, virtual work and GenY
  • New Rules
  • IPD Essential Elements
    Early Involvement of
    Key Participants
    Risk Allocation
    Design Optimization
    Skin in the Game
    Shared Pain/Gain
    Efficiency
    Project Outcome
    Joint Project Management
    Commitment
    Joint Validation of Targets/Goals
  • Teams vs. Players
    2004
    2008
  • BIG BIM
    Building (Project) Information (Geometrics) Modeling (Visualization)
    A way to link & exchange information back & forth, and a structure that allows the information to interact
    Levels of use, leading to BIG BIM:
    Static 3D visualization
    Dynamic 3D visualization
    Object intelligence
    Relational intelligence
    Analytics
    Simulation
    Prediction
    Fabrication
    Operations
    Virtual worlds
  • IPD vsIPDish
  • Developer Design-Build
    1st LEED Platinum Spec
    200,000 sqft
    $3/sqft less than conventional
    100% pre-leased
    45% lower operating costs
  • Handshake: Brightlights Project
    • 250,000 rsf urban renovation, including 60,000 sf 3-story volume for 500 traders
    • 2N systems redundancy
    • 24 months start-to-finish
    • LEED CI Platinum
    • Outcome Incentives
    • Handshake schedule
    • Innovative team collaboration and communication tools
  • MOU – BIM Driven
    100 Tech Square
    Scope: 250,000 GSF
    Program: lab & office (TI)
    Completion: 9 months
    Cost: Confidential (under budget)
    Constructed & commissioned in just 6 months
    39
  • CMR – BIM Driven
    BioSquare III
    Scope: 160,000 GSF
    Program: lab & office (new)
    Completion: 18 months
    Cost: $150/SF
    First LEED certified lab in Boston
    40
  • Full IPD
    Autodesk
    Scope: 60,000 GSF
    Program: corporate office
    Completion: 8 months
    Cost: Confidential (under budget)
    Multiple design awards
    100% BIM, 100% IPD, LEED Platinum
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  • Talk or Walk?
  • Recipe for Success
    Right Sequence
    Principles
    Team
    Tools
    Including subs
    Join the Club
    Speak
    Do
    Promote
  • Good News
  • Strategy
    Early Adopters
    Fed Ups
    Partner for Proof of Concept
    Cap Risk
    Create a Brand Promise
  • Call to Action
    Who are the early adopters or fed ups in your circle?
    Who would you pick on your team?
    Do your current values support an open book, shared risk collaborative process?
    Where can you find an opportunity for proof of concept?
  • What If We Don’t Change
    Will errors decrease?
    Will margins rise?
    Will conflict diminish?
    Will we maintain a competitive edge?
    Will safety improve?
    Will owners walk away delighted?
    Can we really defend the current system?
  • Contact Information
    Dean Strombom – Gensler
    Principal
    dean_strombom@gensler.com
    713-844-0000
    Rex Miller – TAG Consulting
    Senior Partner
    rmiller@tagconsulting.org
    214-498-3055
    www.thecrerevolution.com
  • Questions?