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  • 1. Revit and BuildingInformation Modeling(BIM)1
  • 2. “A change anywhere isa change everywhere”- Autodesk2
  • 3. Building Information Modeling - BIM• What is BIM?• How we have implemented it.• What are the benefits?3
  • 4. What is BIM?• Building Information Modeling (BIM) is the process ofgenerating and managing building data during its lifecycle. BIM uses three-dimensional, real-time, dynamicbuilding modeling software to increase productivity inbuilding design and construction.• To create a BIM, a modeler uses intelligent objects(Families) to build the model.4
  • 5. Some Key Terms:2-D/3-D CAD: Equivalent to conventional drafting, only performed ona computer. Unintelligent.3-D BIM: A model that includes 3-D shape information only.4-D BIM: A 3-D BIM that has objects and assemblies that haveschedule and time constraint data added to them. (4-D = 3-D +schedule (time))5-D BIM: A 4-D BIM that has objects and assemblies that have a costdimension added to them. (5-D = 4-D + cost.)5
  • 6. Fiedler Group’s Implementation of BIM• Completely different than AutoCAD• New software-Revit• Retrained our design team• Re-Created office standards• Stepped implementation A-S-MEP6
  • 7. Challenges of BIM• Limited availability of trained designers.• Consultants that use BIM.• Availability of ready-to-use BIM libraries from vendorsand suppliers.• Full implementation of Revit Electrical.7
  • 8. Benefits of BIM• Improved quality of the construction drawings (CDs).• Reduced time to prepare the initial drawings and finalCDs.• Quantities and shared properties of materials are easilyextracted for cost estimating.8
  • 9. Prototype Revit Model• Architectural• Structural• Mechanical• Electrical• Plumbing• AutomotiveDrawing Updating9
  • 10. Prototype Revit Model10
  • 11. Section11
  • 12. MEP Coordination12
  • 13. Mechanical Coordination13
  • 14. Mechanical Schedules/Takeoffs14
  • 15. Plumbing Coordination15
  • 16. Domestic Water16
  • 17. Domestic Water17
  • 18. Plumbing Schedules/Takeoffs18
  • 19. Automatic Updating19
  • 20. Automatic Updating20
  • 21. Case Study: Vaulted TankSystem21
  • 22. Case Study: Vaulted TankSystem22
  • 23. Case Study: Canopy23
  • 24. Case Study: Canopy24
  • 25. Case Study: Canopy25
  • 26. Rendering26
  • 27. Night Time Simulations27
  • 28. Model Graphics Styles28
  • 29. Renderings29
  • 30. Accurate ExteriorsRevitReality30
  • 31. Accurate InteriorsRevitReality31
  • 32. Contact InformationPatrick O. Fiedler P.E., LEED AP BD+CPresident, Fiedler Group2322 W. Third StreetLos Angeles, CA 90057213-381-3118E-Mail: Patrick.Fiedler@FiedlerGroup.comwww.fiedlergroup.com32