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4th Qatar BIM User Day, Case Study


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Speaker: Syed Shareeful Mubeen - Qatar University

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4th Qatar BIM User Day, Case Study

  1. 1. 1Eng. Syed S. Mubeen Case study BIM Implementation Strategy for Qatar University New College of Engineering Construction Project • QU college of engineering project brief • Need for BIM and its policies & standardization • Project use of 4D and 5D simulations • BIM workflows (advantages) and stakeholders communication. • QU future strategies related to BIM implementation & FM (6D)
  2. 2. 2Eng. Syed S. Mubeen • QU New College of Engineering Project overview  Built up area = 76,000 M2  Stories = Basement , Ground, First and Second floor
  3. 3. 3Eng. Syed S. Mubeen  Design Spaces : Class rooms, Laboratories,, Offices, Atrium, Auditorium, Lecture halls, Cafeteria & kitchen, Learning resource center, Workshop, Basement & surface car park  Budget = 507,000,000  Construction Duration = 30 months  QSAS (Sustainable rating) – 4 Star rating Basement Project Snapshots – Structure / Architecture Model
  4. 4. 4Eng. Syed S. Mubeen • Need for BIM and its policies & standardization
  5. 5. 5Eng. Syed S. Mubeen  Viewing physical and functional characteristic digitally before it is built. VIRTUAL = PHYSICAL  To deliver projects faster, more economical and reduce environmental impact.  IPD and better design decisions  Increase accuracy of construction documentation  Predict performance – Time and Cost  Improve quality  Multi-disciplinary capability that serves architecture, structural engineering, and MEP.  Ability to support distributed work processes, with multiple team members working on the same project.  Ability to work on large projects. Construction needs
  6. 6. 6Eng. Syed S. Mubeen  BIM should be taught as a subject to the students  Industry professionals indicated that they are either using or considering to use BIM in their companies. This trend indicates that the BIM utilization in the construction industry is going to increase.  Employing candidates with BIM skills to have an advantage over candidates who lack BIM knowledge  A study pointed out that properly structured BIM courses would provide industry-required knowledge to prepare students for successful careers in the AEC industry. Instead of teaching a separate course, its suggested to reconfigure the existing construction courses to integrate BIM into the course contents. Academia / Educational Needs
  7. 7. 7Eng. Syed S. Mubeen Standardization  CSI Format – UniFormat / MasterFormat  LOD  4D – Time schedule : Line & Balance ( Flow line method) / CPM scheduling approach (Gant Chart)  Industry foundation classes (IFC) compatibility  Software to be used in BIM environment Policies  With the latest development of BIM standards, QU has adopted the AEC UK BIM Standards Version 2013 – released on August 22nd 2013.  QU is focused on developing a Parametric 3D Model with defined Level of Development to Achieve Coordinated and useable BIM model for Site information, Operation and maintenance use
  8. 8. 8Eng. Syed S. Mubeen  QU will develop with its construction key stakeholders a • LOD 300 Model for coordination. • LOD 350/400 for Shop drawings Generation and insure the use of BIM extracted data by its Sub-Contractors • LOD 500 Model for As-Built • LOD 500 Accurate Geometry Reflected on Model • LOD 500 O&M Data linked with FM Solution.
  9. 9. 9Eng. Syed S. Mubeen • Project use of 4D and 5D simulations  A combined model derived from the 3D BIM Model Data to level of development 350/400 will be published to the selected 4D/5D System.  It has been incorporated that the 3D/4D/5D system will be published with vendor developed plugins to ensure integrity of data and interoperability.
  10. 10. 10Eng. Syed S. Mubeen 3D Model with linked 4D and 5D simulations
  11. 11. 11Eng. Syed S. Mubeen Project 5D simulations
  12. 12. 12Eng. Syed S. Mubeen Basement Project Snapshots – MEP Model Basement Project Snapshots – Structure / Architecture Model
  13. 13. 13Eng. Syed S. Mubeen MEP Construction BIM Requirements Consultant BIM Review BIM Project BIM Specifications BIM Integrator (Main Contractor Representative) Subcontractors BIM Teams Coordination Workshop Construction BIM SHOP DRAWINGS ARCH STR Clash Report Others 3D Authoring Workflow • BIM workflows (advantages) and stakeholders communication.
  14. 14. 14Eng. Syed S. Mubeen
  15. 15. 15Eng. Syed S. Mubeen 3D Coordination • Currently CENG project in a short period of time benefited by identifying 9000 Clashes between ASMEP Disciplines in the Basement area.
  16. 16. 16Eng. Syed S. Mubeen Stakeholders communication Improve communication using BIM with QU key stakeholders:  QCDD  KAHRAMAA  Ooredoo  Drainage department  Road and infrastructure department  Urban Planning Department  Private Engineering Office  Municipality  QSAS / GSAS  Designers  Contractors  Venders
  17. 17. 17Eng. Syed S. Mubeen • QU future strategies related to BIM implementation & FM (6D)  Standardize the use of BIM on all QU Projects – All Scale  Develop a BIM team to manage data received from Contractors.  Introduce the knowledge and knowhow from current projects into students curriculum.  Ensure data integrity and standardization from all 3D/4D/5D systems to flawlessly integrate with 6D Facilities Management application adopted for O&M of QU facilities. BIM will be derived for the use of Facilities management, space management and preventive maintenance management.
  18. 18. 18Eng. Syed S. Mubeen Lead rather than follow Thank you