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ASTORINO 360 - An AEC company's approach to Integrated Project Delivery.

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  • So… What is BIM? To many of you it’s nothing new But, for the benefit of those who have not been exposed to it, let me say that Building Information Modeling Is, in fact, “ a new concept in the way we practice” Simply put, BIM is emerging technology that enables us to work smarter The Helix The Committee supports the view that a building process lifecycle is not a strictly linear process but is a primarily cyclical process with feedback and cycle-to-cycle knowledge accumulation. The best representation of the building process lifecycle is therefore believed to be a business process helix with a central knowledge core and external nodes representing process suppliers and external consumers. Between these three elements exist information interchange "synapses" which require exchange rules and agreements.
  • Nationally, by definition, it is known as (read the slide) Just like you see in the picture, BIM transforms the language of design……. from drawings to models to virtual models inside your computer It lets us finally harness the power of computers to add real value to the design process…………… It’s “ a fundamentally different idea about how to design and about how to build .”
  • What does BIM have to do with Integrated Project Delivery? Well, just like BIM, IDP is a new idea about how to design and about how to build BIM is actually a tool within the larger framework of IDP It provides a solution to collaboration issues! “ It redefines the traditional…………………process!” It’s about information use, re use, dissemination and exchange………………a new way to practice!
  • But…………… WHY CHANGE? Well, how about this for statistics, because (read slide) “ Our current business models………. “ The Construction Industry…………... “ The Construction Industry…………... Bottom line is “ technology has evolved faster than people!” And quite frankly, making the migration will not only increase our value, but it will also increase our relevancy
  • How do we adapt? By acquiring a solid understanding and an ability to function in the core software tools that promote collaboration (read the slide) BIM connects the dots it improves the flow of information it supports integration it promotes collaboration thru “interoperability”
  • Yes, the newest buzz word in the industry - Interoperability What’s it mean? NBIMs says It’s a process for creating, communicating and reviewing building information in a collaborative manner Basically, it’s the exchange of informationt thru the use of compatible software, to produce a fully integrated smart building, called a Mature BIM
  • A mature BIM is an iBIM – fully integrated virtual model Intelligent and fully integrated smart buildings will be the norm … and they will require a more sophisticated project delivery Externally we’ve been there before…….. Palermo Seismic Analysis of the Structural Frame Clash Detection of the MEP Layout in the Corridors and Duct Fabrication from interoperable CNCs Internally, to get there - we need to enumerate our goals and use a phased approach that allows us to update and adjust our strategic plan to match the evolving technological climate So, what is our next step?
  • Phase One little bim REVIT Initially we will use REVIT out of the box for 3D Intelligent Models and Collision Detection then, we will integrate computational software for Simulations, Estimating and Scheduling As we become more accomplished, we will move to Phase Two
  • Phase Two BIG BIM Interoperability When risk subsides, we will export building data and resolve issues digitally Ultimately, when iBIMs become common practice, our goal will be to: do away with drawings, review submittals digitally, and fabricate building components
  • In closing, I want to leave you with 2 common sentiments shared among Industry Analysts that have had a significant impact on my determination to be a part of this new delivery method. No 1 (read) and No 2 (read) The 1 st is an encouragement, a reinforcement of our earlier vision, Design Build we took that step 10 years ago! The 2 nd is an inspiration, that’s who we are, an integrated group that’s ready to collaborate!
  • A mature BIM is an iBIM – fully integrated virtual model Intelligent and fully integrated smart buildings will be the norm … and they will require a more sophisticated project delivery Externally we’ve been there before…….. Palermo Seismic Analysis of the Structural Frame Clash Detection of the MEP Layout in the Corridors and Duct Fabrication from interoperable CNCs Internally, to get there - we need to enumerate our goals and use a phased approach that allows us to update and adjust our strategic plan to match the evolving technological climate So, what is our next step?
  • A mature BIM is an iBIM – fully integrated virtual model Intelligent and fully integrated smart buildings will be the norm … and they will require a more sophisticated project delivery Externally we’ve been there before…….. Palermo Seismic Analysis of the Structural Frame Clash Detection of the MEP Layout in the Corridors and Duct Fabrication from interoperable CNCs Internally, to get there - we need to enumerate our goals and use a phased approach that allows us to update and adjust our strategic plan to match the evolving technological climate So, what is our next step?
  • However! Not the case with us! Remember the slide about why we should change? Because we have a broken process; and, that’s were IPD got its start – and that is why we are embracing it.
  • “ Lets Be Careful Out There” Integrated Project Delivery Graphic Presentation 12/10/10
  • How do we adapt? By acquiring a solid understanding and an ability to function in the core software tools that promote collaboration (read the slide) BIM connects the dots it improves the flow of information it supports integration it promotes collaboration thru “interoperability”
  • “ Lets Be Careful Out There” Integrated Project Delivery Graphic Presentation 12/10/10
  • “ Lets Be Careful Out There” Integrated Project Delivery Graphic Presentation 12/10/10
  • Space and hardware issues need to be considered to make sure they are in harmony with the teams goals. As a some of you know, we have analyzed all the computer hardware and software; we have reviewed our network capabilities; and have consulted with numerous tech agencies to further upgrade our systems performance. Integrated Project Delivery Graphic Presentation 12/10/10
  • “ Lets Be Careful Out There” Integrated Project Delivery Graphic Presentation 12/10/10

BIM - A New Concept in Practice BIM - A New Concept in Practice Presentation Transcript

  • BIM Building Information Modeling June 10, 2009 A New Concept in Practice
  • What is Building Information Modeling?
    • A digital simulation of a real building
    • A three dimensional model that replaces two dimensional drawings
    A fundamentally different idea about how to design and how to build
  • A new idea about how to design & build BIM is an intelligent tool within the larger framework of the 360 Integrated Project Delivery It redefines the traditional five-phased delivery process!
  • Why change the way we practice? Our current business models contain 57% non-value added waste The construction industry is fraught with infighting and adversarial relationships The construction industry is the only industry with a reduction in productivity since the advent of computerization Because technology has evolved faster than people have!
  • Adapting our Process
    • BIM’s innovative information technologies fully support the principles of Integrated Project Delivery
      • Eliminating disconnected tasks and repetitive work
      • Reducing the workflow problems
      • Improving predictability, giving clients more assurance of the project outcome
    BIM maximizes the creation of value!
  • “ Interoperability”
  • Mature BIM
  • BIM Implementation Steps
    • Visualize accurate virtual representations
    • Integrate changes across disciplines
    • Perform test applications and simulations
    • Detect collisions
    • Provide data for estimating & scheduling
    Phase One - Revit Software Use the 3-D software to:
  • BIM Implementation Steps
    • Replace 2-D paper drawings with 3-D BIMs
    • Export the building data and information
    • Resolve issues digitally
    • Review 3-D shop drawings & submittals
    • Fabricate components from the models
    Phase Two - “Interoperability Use the 3-D software to:
  • Strategy for Integrated Practice “ Tailor your approach towards Design / Build ; many of the benefits to Owners come from using Integrated Practice in a Design Build mode by establishing certainty of outcome.”
      • “ Progressive cross disciplinary organizations (like ours) will achieve these benefits thru systems that provide rules, standards, and relationships designed to produce superior results using BIM”
  • Our Industry is Changing
  • Integrated Project Delivery: Design/Build, BIM, Design Research
  • Segmented Process - America The erosion of standard professional fee scales and litigiousness has led to a trend for project participants to delimit their areas of responsibility rather than blur their boundaries through collaboration. Hence, design and its delivery became to some degree a set of separate sequential steps, the project passing from design to production and then to contractors and subcontractors.
  • No more of this!
  • But, Can it Work?!
        • “… to maintain design integrity—to fulfill our traditional role - architects must step up, take charge, and manage the entire design and construction process . That is what design-build is all about.”
        • The AIA Journal of Architecture
        • Ben Wilking , AIA, DBIA
    Integrated Project Delivery Design / Build
    • “ [ BIM ] enables integrated planning, design, detailing, cost control, and construction scheduling and sequencing. It offers architects a return to the role of master builder , without sacrificing design excellence.”
        • AIA Architect
        • Kristine K. Fallon , FAIA
    Integrated Project Delivery BIM
  • Collaborative Project Management
  • CONNECTION, COLLABORATION, CREATIVITY