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Building Information Modeling and its role in Project Management

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Mr. Virat Manchanda was chief guest of Pratham Meet #2 which focused on Networking, Community Building and Leadership. Virat has explained benefit of Building Information Modeling (BIM) in design and construction. He further explained the reliability which comes with BIM on construction project in terms of detailing and quantity estimation. He informed its further benefits of doing Service Coordination in Construction Industry for Hotel, School, Hospitals and Commercial Buildings. This meeting was attending by engineers of Manomav which is leading Project Management & Engineering Consulting of India. It helped in developing better understanding towards BIM for BIM team of Manomav

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Building Information Modeling and its role in Project Management

  1. 1. PRATHAM “BIM and Its Role in Project Management” MR. VIRAT MANCHANDA MEET NUMBER TWO On 9th May 2018 at c/o The Entrepreneurship School, O-113, Arjun Market, Block E, DLF Phase 1, Sector 26A, Gururgram, Haryana 122002
  2. 2. Imagine BIM BIM based Project Planning TQM based Project Systemization & Management Presenter Virat Manchanda
  3. 3. About the Founder • Name: Virat Manchanda • Education – 2001 – MS Construction Engineering and Project Management, USA • UT Austin, Texas – 1998 – BE Civil Engineering, India • Procession – US – 3 Years as Site Engineer, Estimator, Quality Champion – India – Since 2004 General Contracting, Project Management Consultancy • Languages : French, English, Hindi, Punjabi
  4. 4. What is BIM? BIM = BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING Integrated approach from start to finish Project Lifecycle Centered around BIM
  5. 5. BIM has Revolutionized the Construction Industry Being adopted as a standard mandatory methodology by several countries across the world.
  6. 6. THE EXPERIMENTAL BEIJING OLYMPIC STADIUM (Lovingly called the Bird’s Nest) Beijing, China
  7. 7. THE CONVENTIONAL World Trade Center 2 • New York City, USA
  8. 8. THE MODERN World Trade Center Transportation Hub • New York City, USA
  9. 9. THE ARTISTIC DUBAI WATERFRONT • Dubai
  10. 10. WHY BIM? CURRENT BEST PRACTICE Start to Finish Complete Integration Highest Possible Information Control ZERO ERROR Construction Achievable There really is no other equal choice…
  11. 11. BIM vs. AutoCAD AutoCAD Draws Lines BIM GIVES INFORMATION
  12. 12. HOW WE UTILIZE BIM
  13. 13. Step 1 Conceptual Design • Parametric Computational Design
  14. 14. Iterative Comparison
  15. 15. Having some FUN!!!
  16. 16. Something Closer to Home • Parametric Computational Design
  17. 17. Iterative Comparison
  18. 18. Visualise the Possible Forms
  19. 19. Completely Visualise Your Form
  20. 20. Step 2 BIM = Physical Information Modeling • Building is BUILT in the Virtual World • We Extract Useful Information like (1) 3D - Measurements (Dimensions, Areas, Volumes) (2) Material definitions (Brick, Cement, Steel) (3) Structural Strengths (Load, Shear, Torsion) (4) Thermal Properties (5) Sensible Colors and Textures (Transparent Glass, Red Brick, Brown Wood, Shiny Metal)
  21. 21. Choose Glazing Options
  22. 22. Material
  23. 23. Precise Quantification Comparison • Choose Optimum Design with Cost Impact Considerations Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Rate Option 1 Option 2 Option 3 Loop 2153 1885 2192 100% 88% 102% 500 10,76,500 9,42,500 10,96,000 Shell 23471 23347 23572 100% 99% 100% 3,000 7,04,13,000 7,00,41,000 7,07,16,000 Void Face 1571 2749 2144 100% 175% 136% 2,500 39,27,500 68,72,500 53,60,000 Floor 80762 82807 80845 100% 103% 100% 1,000 8,07,62,000 8,28,07,000 8,08,45,000 15,61,79,000 16,06,63,000 15,80,17,000 0 -44,84,000 -18,38,000
  24. 24. Complete Inter-Disciplinary Coordination • All Disciplines in one Location: • BIM Models (1)Architecture (2)Structure (3)Finishes (4)Electrical (5)Plumbing (6)HVAC
  25. 25. For the First Time Ever Zero Error Plans Achievable Since all Disciplines are in One Place • Overlap of Disciplines Visualized • Special Clash Detection Studies performed • Zero Error Plans Achievable • Extremely Fast Revisions • Massive Time Savings ZERO ERROR PLANS = ZERO ERROR CONSTRUCTION = SAVINGS
  26. 26. This Won’t Happen to Us
  27. 27. Adage Prevention is better than cure
  28. 28. Step 2 Model Environmental Interaction for Green Building Planning • Shadow Studies based on – Global Location – Season • Building Solar Incidence Analysis based on – Global Location – Different Material Used in the Building – Glazing Ratio • Building Energy Consumption Analysis
  29. 29. Step 3 Generate Execution Information • Integrated Construction Drawings • Integrated Quantity Takeoff
  30. 30. BIM = START TO FINISH INTEGRATION • All the above information is seamlessly integrated to give complete project picture as never before
  31. 31. BIM = Power • Information is Power • BIM gives – Accurate information – In a timely fashion – With minimal cost imact BIM gives POWER right in initial stages with maximum positive influence the outcome of the project
  32. 32. $$$ SAVING THROUGH DETAILED FRONT END PLANNING • All decisions are iterative • Decisions change • Through BIM, maximum changes will happen at the front end • Changes will have minimum time and cost impact • Result – SAVINGS!!!
  33. 33. Step 4: Project Systemization using TQM TQM = Disciplined Common Sense
  34. 34. BIM Project Examples
  35. 35. HIGH-RISE RESIDENTIAL PROJECT, NCR, INR 800 CRORES Ongoing Project
  36. 36. ARCHITECT GAVE US…
  37. 37. Site Plan
  38. 38. Unit Plans
  39. 39. Some Other Details
  40. 40. WE PERFORMED BIM AND GOT…
  41. 41. Complete Building
  42. 42. Elevations
  43. 43. Sections
  44. 44. Plans
  45. 45. 3D Sections
  46. 46. Minute Details
  47. 47. Realistic Visualization for Planning
  48. 48. ACCURATE QUANTITIES
  49. 49. Wall Material Takeoff
  50. 50. Columns and Beams Material Takeoffs
  51. 51. Schedules Rooms, Doors, Windows
  52. 52. SERVICES AND REINFORCEMENT
  53. 53. Plumbing of a Hospital
  54. 54. Reinforcement of a Villa
  55. 55. ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS FOR GREEN BUILDING PLANNING Measure and Improve Environmental factors At Conceptual Stage
  56. 56. Solar Incidence Study
  57. 57. Solar Incidence Study
  58. 58. Shadow Study
  59. 59. SNPC DATA CENTER, CONGO, AFRICA - $100 MILLION Pre-Project Planning
  60. 60. SCHLUMBERGER GAVE US…
  61. 61. WE PERFORMED BIM AND GOT…
  62. 62. Project Concept - Rendered Image
  63. 63. BIM of Data Center
  64. 64. Independently Designed Building
  65. 65. Building Built in the Virtual World First
  66. 66. Building Plans
  67. 67. Accurate Elevations and Sections
  68. 68. Quantity Takeoffs Wall Material Takeoff Material: Name Family and Type Material: Volume Material: Area Count Concrete Masonry Units Basic Wall: Exterior Wall - 200 + 20mm 91.39 m³ 620 m² 8 Concrete Masonry Units Basic Wall: Interior Wall - 150 + 20mm 271.72 m³ 1921 m² 104 Paint (External) Basic Wall: Exterior Wall - 200 + 20mm 0.00 m³ 628 m² 8 Paint (Internal) Basic Wall: Exterior Wall - 200 + 20mm 0.00 m³ 628 m² 8
  69. 69. BIM is a unique combination of • Project Planning • Engineering Data • Accuracy of information • Real Time Availability Information • Multi-dimensional Engineering and Management Analysis
  70. 70. BIM is Combination of • A Project Management Philosophy and Engineering information delivered through common tools such as – Revit – ArchiCAD
  71. 71. THANKS For any Project Management and Engineering Consultancy Connect us at +91-120-4356006 or info@manomav.com. We are specialized in Latest Construction Monitoring Technologies, Building Information Modeling (BIM), Quantity Surveying (QS), Bar Bending Schedule (BBS), Cost; Quality; & Scheduling Audits, Material Management Software, 3D Walkthroughs, Training on Primavera/MS Project, and Home Inspection (Icons designed by AlfredoCreates.com)

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