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BIM: What does the Contractor want from the Manufacturer? #BIM4M2help

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Presentation by Alex Lubbock of Carillion at BIM for Manufacturers: Countdown to Mandatory BIM at the Building Centre on 13 April 2016.
More information: http://bim4m2.co.uk/bim-for-manufacturers-seminar-live-blog-bim4m2help/

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BIM: What does the Contractor want from the Manufacturer? #BIM4M2help

  1. 1. What does the Contractor Want? BIM4M2 Conference April 13th 2016 Alex Lubbock @Lubbock_Alex
  2. 2. BIM: Risk and Opportunity “There are two reasons companies fail. They only do more of the same Or They only do what’s new.” Balance Exploration and Exploitation Source: TED Talk by Knut Haanaes: Two Reasons companies Fail and how to avoid them MANAGING CHANGE
  3. 3. Built Environment Positioning 3 WHERE DO WE WANT TO BE Online Retail Comparison BIM L2 April 2016
  4. 4. Customer’s World 4 CHANGE Everybody Wants more for Less Ageing and Growing Population Energy Growth, Sustainability Urban Migration and Health and Social Care Internet of Things and Cyber Security Things affecting us and our customers MEGA and MACRO Trends
  5. 5. Who is Carillion as a Customer? • Engaging Carillion – Category Management – Top 60% of our CCS Spend – Supply Chain Management − Buyers − QS and Commercial Staff − Project v’s Strategy – Pre-Contract v’s In Contract 5 CARILLION CANADA & NA MENA UK
  6. 6. Awareness and Knowledge Process Skills and Knowledge Technical Skills Practice and Evidence Accreditation Capability Knowledge + Skills + Practice = Capability BIM Capability Capability PEOPLE
  7. 7. SUPPLY CHAIN ACCREDITED BIM4M2 and OFFSITE MANAGEMENT SCHOOL INFORMATION ORGANISED DEMONSTRATION AND CUSTOMER ROUTEMAP ACCREDITATION Capability Knowledge + Skills + Practice = Capability BIM Capability Supply Chain Capability PEOPLE
  8. 8. Communication Approach - PUSH 8 REACHING OUT AND TRYING TO STANDARDISE THE MESSAGE MASS CONFERENCE CLASSROOM ONE TO ONE BIM UNAWARE BIM AWARE PUSH FACTOR
  9. 9. Contractor Support 9 MIDLAND METROPOLITAN HOSPITAL We appreciate that strong, long-term relationships with our suppliers are vital for enhancing Carillion's reputation for quality and delivery. We expect our suppliers to extend the same high standards to all others with whom they do business. To make it easier to do business with Carillion, we: • Made it easier to do business with us by having clear points of contact • engaged and supported Sandwell Council in developing the West Midlands Virtual Hospital Portal • delivered multiple workshops across the West Midlands with Manufacturers talking about the MMH, Supply chain and BIM • Provided workshops and introduced new learning opportunities through the Offsite Management School • Co-funded the BIM Skills Development Suite in Smethwick adjacent to the project to remove barriers to delivery.
  10. 10. PULL Factor 10 PUSH AND PULL
  11. 11. Product v’s Project Lifecycle 11 UNDERSTAND WHAT THIS MEANS TO YOU
  12. 12. RISK How do we Bridge the gap? SILO’D KNOWLEDGE Loss of Productivity / Quality / Consistency RE-INVENTING THE WHEEL NON-VALUE ADDING INFORMATION KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT STATUS QUO
  13. 13. OPPORTUNITY By managing Knowledge Internally and Externally so it is available to all and accessible to all RECORD and COMMUNICATE Lessons Learnt, upskilling, increased consistency, higher quality, lower cost, faster delivery RECEIVE, INTERPRET, DELIVER AGILITYINFORMATION KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT – BRIDGING THE GAP CUSTOMER VALUE
  14. 14. Open Source Agility • Clear Points of Contact • Free issue library access • Technical Data Sheets • Dimensions • Materials 14 MAKING YOUR INFORMATION AVAILABLE • Standards offered • Vector graphics • Tact time to produce • Lead time for delivery • Installation Time • Maintenance Videos
  15. 15. Unlocking Assets of the Future 15 PRODUCTS AS ASSETS 15 • Connecting assets to deliver accurate and timely information that enables better decision making Connected Assets • Large quantities of infrastructure information enables new insights that extend the life of the asset and reduce the total cost of ownership. Connected Intelligence • Providing the workforce the means to access the information they need to be more effective. Connected Workforce Driving Operational Excellence
  16. 16. eMarketsite Procurement – The Goal 16 THINK AMAZON VENDORS MARKETING LOGISTICS CUSTOMER SERVICE
  17. 17. Summary 17 ENLIGHTEN US

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