4th Qatar BIM User Day, Pragmatic Use of COBie As-Built BIM for FM

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4th Qatar BIM User Day, Pragmatic Use of COBie As-Built BIM for FM

  1. 1. 1Amine TOUATI Pragmatic use of COBie As-Built BIM for FM Education City (EC) Infrastructure projects. Qatar Foundation / ASTAD
  2. 2. 2Amine TOUATI Table of Contents. 1. Projects Overview of Education City Infrastructure 2. Project Handover and Problems for QF FM • Starting a project with the end in mind. • Why handover documents in EC projects should not be done only in a traditional mode. 3. ASTAD Solutions: As-Built BIM Documents (incl. COBie) for Handover Deliverables. • QF/ASTAD As-Built/COBie requirements. 4. Pragmatic integration of As-Built BIM documents (incl. COBie) for Education City Infrastructure Projects. • Understanding BIM data type & flow on project lifecycle. • COBie Responsibility Matrix in EC Projects • Requirements adaptation by project cases. 5. Future Additional steps to be implemented. Qatar Foundation / ASTAD
  3. 3. 3Amine TOUATI http://www.astad.qa SUPREME EDUCATION COUNCIL About ASTAD. Majority of the projects were delivered to QATAR FOUNDATION (QF) which became the major client. In 2008, both entities decided to form strategic partnership and establish ASTAD PROJECT MANAGEMENT. History: Formerly known as the QP Onshore Engineering Department – Special Projects Division and in collaboration with Contract, Planning, Cost and other Support Departments within QP, have delivered high profile prominent Buildings and Facilities in Qatar since 2001. + QP/QF JV Some of ASTAD Clients Since the beginning of Education City 2001, ASTAD (previously QP Onshore Engineering Department) is involved in the project Management & Construction Management of the extreme majority of all EC projects.
  4. 4. 4Amine TOUATI 1. Projects Overview of Education City Infrastructure EC is 1750 Hectares campus. Infrastructure Projects (North & South): • North Utilities Tunnel 4.7 KM. • South Utilities Tunnel 8.7 KM. • People Mover System 11.6 KM tracks/ 4 Stations 20 Stops/ 1 depot. • 4 Main Car Parking Buildings for 11,000 cars. • Electrical Substations total connected load 800 MVA. • 7 Central Plants (District Cooling & Potable Water) • Roads.
  5. 5. 5Amine TOUATI Study for American Market NIST report 2004, Design Phase Construction Phase Operating Phase $1 $10 $100 2. Project Handover and Problems for QF FM QF FM Main Objectives are; • Safe operations, • Sustainable & Comfortable Environment. • World class FM service levels. • Cost Efficiency. • Starting a project with the end in mind. Qatar Foundation as Owner, created QF FM to maintain & operate all facilities at inception of Education City in 2001. QF CPD doesn’t look only at how buildings are designed, QF CPD + QF FM wants to see and plan how buildings will be Operated and Maintained. requires preventive maintenance
  6. 6. 6Amine TOUATI Operating & Maintenance Manuals - 2D AsBuilt Drawing - Close out report - Warranties. - Spare parts lists, … Recurring issues of handover documents that challenge QF FM Quality services: • All Handover Data & Documents are poorly structured. • Traditional 2D As-Built documents are very often wrong. • QF FM are using ArchiBus18.2 for CAFM, but the As-Built Data entry into ArchiBus is Time & Staff consuming. • Training in time QF FM Staff in understanding their complex and extensive Buildings is difficult with 2D documents Only… • Why handover documents in EC projects should NOT be done any more ONLY in a Traditional mode. 2. Project Handover and Problems for QF FM proper QA/QC is almost impossible
  7. 7. 7Amine TOUATI Consequences to QF FM services of inappropriate As-Built Docs and process. • Time lost to find information & documents. • Information reliability is still not guaranteed. • Safety issues dues to the wrong information. • Hidden Cost impact on cumbersome data & documents • Lack of asset scheduling reliability … • Catastrophic chain of events due to wrong information during accident or components failure. ASTAD Solutions for Handover deliverables • Well structured, Consolidated data capture for handover (Cobie2.4). • Streamlining the process of data entry in CAFM platform (use of COBie*2.4 fully interoperable with ArchiBus 18.2). • Accurate recoding & user friendliness of the As-Built information (As-Built BIM Models including 3D laser scanning). • Offering QF FM a tools to challenge QA/QC of the contractor provided handover documents (training of QF FM Staff). QF CPD requested ASTAD to find solutions! (Sept 2011) Images credit BIMForum 2. ASTAD Solutions: As-Built BIM documents (incl. COBie) for Handover Deliverables All Handover Deliverables documents shall be one unique dataset, collected and recorded during the project lifecycle with specific standards and technologies. *COBie: Construction Operations Building Information Exchange.
  8. 8. 8Amine TOUATI • COBie V2.4 as the specification/ standard requirements for Handover deliverables information. Images credit EcoDomus P Situation On field 3D Laser Scan (points Cloud) Augmented /Conversion to BIM • As-Built BIM Model based (ideally) on 3D Laser Scanning as a process to record the real situation on field and to consolidate data in interactive 3D environment. QF/ASTAD developed As-Built BIM (Including Cobie) requirements to be part of Handover/Closeout deliverables to assure accurate and consolidated data captured by “all” (AEC, specially Contractor) stakeholders during project life cycle. Critical Infrastructure projects in Education City were the 1st implementation step. The Integration of COBie in BIM Lifecycle, streamline the process of data records and assure a Consolidated & well Connected dataset. 2. ASTAD Solutions: As-Built BIM documents (incl. COBie) for Handover Deliverables
  9. 9. 9Amine TOUATI  BIM /COBie Data type & dataflow in project lifecycle Design Construction Cx/Handover Operating AE GC GC/CX Owner/FM BIMDataflow 4.1 Understanding BIM data type & dataflow on project lifecycle Graphical data & Geometry Attributes data  Sample of BIM data on component Design B/T Construction Cx/ Handover Operation BIM Requirements Overview in QF/ASTAD projects “All phases” Attch20 SOS Design BIM Attch23. SOW Construction (Ex) BIM Attch25. SOW As-Built BIM 4. Pragmatic integration of As-Built BIM documents (incl. COBie) for Education City Infrastructure projects.
  10. 10. 10Amine TOUATI 4.2 General (theoretical/ Ideal) COBie Responsibility Matrix in Project lifecycle. Design Construction Com/Hand Operating AE GC Cx Owner/FM BIMDataflow A E1; E2; …C1, C2, Cn GC1 SC1, SC2,… Sca, SCb,… FM/O&M O Cx 4. Pragmatic integration of As-Built BIM documents (incl. COBie) for Education City Infrastructure projects. Worksheet -> Attribute Facility Floor Space Document Type Component Spare Column 1 Name Name Name Name Name Name Name Name 2 CreatedBy CreatedBy CreatedBy CreatedBy CreatedBy CreatedBy CreatedBy CreatedBy 3 CreatedOn CreatedOn CreatedOn CreatedOn CreatedOn CreatedOn CreatedOn CreatedOn 4 Category Category Category Category Category Category TypeName Category 5 SheetName ProjectName ExtSystem FloorName ApprovalBy Description Space TypeName 6 RowName SiteName ExtObject Description Stage AssetType Description Suppliers 7 Value LinearUnits ExtIdentifier ExtSystem SheetName Manufacturer ExtSystem ExtSystem 8 Unit AreaUnits Description ExtObject RowName ModelNumber ExtObject ExtObject 9 ExtSystem VolumeUnits Elevation ExtIdentifier Directory WarrantyGuarantorParts ExtIdentifier ExtIdentifier 10 ExtIdentifier CurrencyUnit Height RoomTag File WarrantyDurationParts SerialNumber Description 11 Description AreaMeasurement UsableHeight WarrantyGuarantorLabor InstallationDate SetNumber Company POC Name owner designer consultant prime contractor Owner O&M Champion Data Integrator sub contractor A sub contractor B commissioning not used or n/a - Deliverable to Owner
  11. 11. 11Amine TOUATI 4.3 COBie Responsibility Matrix in Education City Projects (Data Collection & Responsibility) X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Deliverable to Owner 4. Pragmatic integration of As-Built BIM documents (incl. COBie) for Education City Infrastructure projects.
  12. 12. 12Amine TOUATI 4.4 EC has several projects running in different phases. Pragmatic integration of As- Built BIM Model & COBie requirements are adapted as per Projects cases. Design B/T Construction Cx Handover Project under Construction CASE3 Under Design CASE 1 Operation Project cases as per: SOW writing Status, Tendering Progress or Construction Progress Early const CASE2 Project Under Commissioning or Operation CASE 4 As-Built BIM Deliverable Requirements depending on Project cases. CASE1 CASE2 CASE3 CASE4 Del.0 Method Statement (As-Built BIM Manual) X X X X Del.1 COBie2.4 Fully Integrated in As-Build BIM and linked to deliverable data X X Del.2 COBie2.4 NOT Integrated in As-Build BIM X X Del.5 As-Built BIM model as per Execution BIM (Attch23) requirements. 3D laser Scan during construction. X X Del.6, 7 &8 As-Built BIM from 3D laser Scan & 2D As-Built Drawing of the existing facility. X X Del.9 Configuration of BIM Model & Full Integration of Handover documents (BIM/COBie Full Linkage). X X Del12. 16 hours Training of Client (FM team) on usage of GC delivered As-Built BIM Documents. X X X X As-Built BIM Requirements Attch25 10% 30% Attch25. Planning (preparation) period of the SOW As-Built BIM 4. Pragmatic integration of As-Built BIM documents (incl. COBie) for Education City Infrastructure projects.
  13. 13. 13Amine TOUATI 4.6 few Highlights of QF/ASTAD Requirements & Policy for As-Built BIM documents Attch25. COBie data responsibility matrix must be clear in As-Built BIM method statement between the GC & his sub-contractors or any other 3rd Party BIM Consultant. •COBie Data is fully linked to As-Built BIM Model but can be also use completely separately from As-Built BIM Model. •COBie Data input (when Design BIM is required) is not requested in the design stage in QF/ASTAD projects, except Room/Spaces schedules. MEP Assets are the priority and key MEP items are listed. QF FM Coding Protocol are integrated to COBie in the early stage. As-Built BIM Requirements (Few highlights). 4. Pragmatic integration of As-Built BIM documents (incl. COBie) for Education City Infrastructure projects.
  14. 14. 14Amine TOUATI 5. Future Additional steps to be implemented. Target date of implementation of those future steps TBD. Integrating As-Built BIM/COBie in 3D CAFM platform to promote upgrade of current CAFM version (ArchiBus18.2) and assure direct link to BIM Handover deliverables. (Target dates TBD) CAFM platform linkage to other systems as, SCADA/Building Automation System (BAS), Electronic Management Systems EMS… (Target dates TBD) Linking the CAFM database and As-Built BIM Models to Field BIM solution and QR bar-coding for commissioning, Operating and maintenance. (Target dates TBD) Integration of all available and future As-Built BIM data into future EC Command Control Center Dataset. (Target dates TBD)
  15. 15. 15Amine TOUATI “If you do what you always did, you will get what you always got." Albert Einstein (1879 -1955) THANK YOU

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