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BIM and lifecycle managementBIM AcademyMay 28thEdwin Bartlett - Kykloud
Why is Asset ManagementRelevant to BIM?
6 dimensionsBut also…12 edges8 cornersMany teams ofpeople beyond design& constructionFM & Asset Management- a tough one to...
6 dimensions
What does Asset Management Require from BIMBIM FM ServicesPotential• Portfolio planning (buy, sell,rent etc.), rationalisa...
BIM into FM – proven early benefits• Intelligent lifecycle replacement planning– e.g. lifecycle capital replacement models...
FM to BIM: A workable model• Focused activities at each stage of design:1. Option Appraisal i.e. specification choice2. Se...
BB (before BIM) c.2000DocumentsLifecyclemodelO&MManualsSpec£ BoQLifecyclesSpaces&DimensionsFM2D DesignDatainput
Emerging Data Flows – design stage BIM to FMDocumentsLifecycle ModelO&MManualsSpec£ CostBoQLifecyclesSpaces&DimensionsQuan...
Emerging Data Flows – BIM in refurbDocumentsSpecActivityLifecyclesSpaces&DimensionsQuantsAssetRegister(Spec)FMModel3D Desi...
Revit - elemental or asset attribute data
Example Component level WLCKyKloud
COBie – A few observations from an FM• COBie is a spreadsheet: “we use asset management databases”• Doesn’t handle “portfo...
FM will keep the data alive
Conclusion• BIM = lifecycle management supported by digital technology– 3D visualisation design tools support & improve th...
BIM For Free_28May2013_EdBartlett_BIM and lifecycle management
BIM For Free_28May2013_EdBartlett_BIM and lifecycle management
BIM For Free_28May2013_EdBartlett_BIM and lifecycle management
BIM For Free_28May2013_EdBartlett_BIM and lifecycle management
BIM For Free_28May2013_EdBartlett_BIM and lifecycle management
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  1. 1. BIM and lifecycle managementBIM AcademyMay 28thEdwin Bartlett - Kykloud
  2. 2. Why is Asset ManagementRelevant to BIM?
  3. 3. 6 dimensionsBut also…12 edges8 cornersMany teams ofpeople beyond design& constructionFM & Asset Management- a tough one to crack?
  4. 4. 6 dimensions
  5. 5. What does Asset Management Require from BIMBIM FM ServicesPotential• Portfolio planning (buy, sell,rent etc.), rationalisationprogrammes/ management ofsurplus property, transactionservices in Part• Condition surveys, life-cyclecosting, capex/opex balanceand investment planning,procurement, performancemonitoring, space optimisationPotential• Energy procurement, billvalidation, legislationconsultancy, workforceeducation, energy audit andadvice• Installation/ maintenance ofBMS, equipment optimisation/re-configuration, metering• M&E (including HVAC),building fabric maintenance,grounds maintenance? • Catering, cleaning, securityFMdeliveryEnergyservicesManagementservicesSoft FMHard FMEnergyservicesdeliveryEnergymanagement/consultancyAsset /propertymanagementPropertystrategy FM focus on managing rising FM andenergy costs, carbon pressures,legislation, capital constraints, costefficiency targets NOT thetechnology BIM is lifecycle facility managementsupported by digital technology BIM is not only 3D visualizationtools: central data storagearea/portals for extracting relevantFM information “Make BIM useful to a widercommunity”http://www.wbdg.org/bim/nibs_bim.php property managers, appraisers, brokers,mortgage bankers, facility assessors, facilitymanagers, maintenance and operationsengineers, safety and security personnel asincident responders, landscape architects,infrastructure engineers and operators etcReal demand for BIM in FM but only ifits collaborative
  6. 6. BIM into FM – proven early benefits• Intelligent lifecycle replacement planning– e.g. lifecycle capital replacement models and plans linked to design models(2D or 3D)• Reduced Energy & Carbon impacts– e.g. linking to real-time building submeter and sensor data on electricity andoccupancy (Autodesk Project Dasher)• Affordable risk based preventive maintenance– e.g. linking maintenance to risks, criticality and quality of assets ofspecification• Delivering cost effective refurbishment– e.g. existing buildings surveyed using point cloud surveys, feed into conditionsurveys and new capital work cost planning• Efficient space management– e.g. people/HR data, utilisation and FF&E management• Integrated real time condition assessment– e.g. in-field condition surveys apps linking to asset database and lifecycle plans
  7. 7. FM to BIM: A workable model• Focused activities at each stage of design:1. Option Appraisal i.e. specification choice2. Service Cost Analysis i.e. cleaning or maintenance by asset3. Whole Buildings Cost analysis i.e. annual budget4. Handover and commissioning i.e. operational efficiency andadequacy of O&M• Data requirements: which systems/assets/elements and what dataproperties from model• Data flow: from who and where to• Data drop timings: 2-3 required• How will the data be updated operationally?
  8. 8. BB (before BIM) c.2000DocumentsLifecyclemodelO&MManualsSpec£ BoQLifecyclesSpaces&DimensionsFM2D DesignDatainput
  9. 9. Emerging Data Flows – design stage BIM to FMDocumentsLifecycle ModelO&MManualsSpec£ CostBoQLifecyclesSpaces&DimensionsQuantsSpecFMModel3D Design Model DataWeb ServicesAPIdata structurefilter e.g.IFC / COBie /ownPortfolio& SitedataEconomicdata e.g.inflation
  10. 10. Emerging Data Flows – BIM in refurbDocumentsSpecActivityLifecyclesSpaces&DimensionsQuantsAssetRegister(Spec)FMModel3D DesignModelField DataCollectionSurveyviaWeb ServicesAPIdata structurefilter e.g.IFC / COBie /ownPortfolio& SitedataDimensionsConditionPhotos data importe.g.IFC / COBie /ownRefurbDesignModelField DataCollectionviaPoint CloudSurvey+Point Cloud
  11. 11. Revit - elemental or asset attribute data
  12. 12. Example Component level WLCKyKloud
  13. 13. COBie – A few observations from an FM• COBie is a spreadsheet: “we use asset management databases”• Doesn’t handle “portfolio” or multiple facility level asset data• Service life data fields exist but don’t get used at design stage• Asset Classifications - FM operators have their own asset codes and don’tuse Uniclass, typically driven by client contract models• Latest version contains the concept of “impacts” to cover cost and carbon– Cost impacts are rarely in the 3D model so a COBie export from amodel will not populate this data– Costs have to come from elsewhere!• Macro economic and risk assumptions missing – just as critical as assetdata• FM and lifecycle standards not yet full bedded in
  14. 14. FM will keep the data alive
  15. 15. Conclusion• BIM = lifecycle management supported by digital technology– 3D visualisation design tools support & improve theprocess• FM BIM alive and kicking– Business benefits are visible and achievable– Push and support the supply chain• Asset owners more interested in:– Data and not just the design model– Real usable outputs e.g. lifecycle investment plans– FM will keep the model alive

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