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A BIM-enabled collaborative platform in practice #COMIT2016

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Presentation by Esra Kurul & Tim Carey (Willmott Dixon Construction, Scape & Oxford Brookes University) at COMIT 2016: Digitally Building Britain, September 2016
More information: http://www.comit.org.uk/liveblog

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A BIM-enabled collaborative platform in practice #COMIT2016

  1. 1. A BIM ENABLED COLLABORATIVE PLATFORM IN PRACTICE
  2. 2. CONTEXT Principally due to demographic factors, there is currently an acute national shortage of primary school places. However, following recent Capital Spending Reviews, the availability of appropriate government funding to meet this demand is limited. A solution to address this issue partly lies in improving the processes through which new schools are delivered in order to ensure that well designed, environmentally friendly facilities are delivered as efficiently as possible – with particular regards to Capital Cost. This project focussed on bringing about such improvements by developing a novel approach to project delivery – one which harnesses the power of BIM as a vehicle for collaboration.
  3. 3. The project has tested the proposal that such an approach would support:  stakeholders, designers and supply chain partners in a creative free- thinking environment (i.e. Design Review Meetings); and  the project delivery team during the construction phase; and  continuous improvement of the design by using operational data. Our results show that this BIM-enabled approach provides additional support for collaborative evaluation of existing approaches, envisioning and agreeing radical approaches and innovations for adoption. The Scape National Major Works Framework through which Sunesis projects can be delivered and the long-term relationship between design partners have proven equally important factors for collaboration. OUR PROJECT
  4. 4. (Project Lead) (Academic Partner) (Framework/Procurement Partner) PROJECT TEAM STRUCTURE
  5. 5. 250,000 primary school places needed by 2020 Schools budget protected but pot size the same Cost of creating places £12bn, government's commitment £7.35bn C2025 - 33% cost reduction, 50% reductions in time and GHG emissions Need to build more school places at reduced cost & faster THE CHALLENGE
  6. 6. The market leader in delivering pre-designed education buildings. Since 2010 Sunesis has successfully delivered £110m of new facilities to delighted private and public sector clients - over 9,500 new school places.
  7. 7. + test collaborative BIM (cBIM)  a suite of pre-designed low impact designs  each has a defined layout, an upfront specification and a known time to construct  sold on an all inclusive lump sum fixed price basis from Day 1  can be procured via any OJEU- compliant Framework, or direct to the Private Sector  offers significant efficiencies, and responds to the James Report CURRENT MARKET OFFERING
  8. 8. What was our aim?
  9. 9. Opportunities identified through this industry-led project:  Common Data Environment  BIM as a marketing tool  Bespoke Energy Performance Plug-In  Closing the feedback loop from operations to design review HOW DOES OUR SOLUTION MEET THIS CHALLENGE?
  10. 10. COMMON DATA ENVIRONMENT (AUTODESK BUZZSAW)
  11. 11. BIM-RELATED MARKETING
  12. 12. Test case output 1: Compare project design and actual consumption category Comparison of Oakfield project design and actual (line chart) • Identify unusual discrepancies between design bench marks and actual consumption values (e.g. ICT + Msc power) BESPOKE ENERGY PERFORMANCE PLUG-IN
  13. 13. BESPOKE ENERGY PERFORMANCE PLUG-IN Test case outputs 2: View actual periodic consumption in different categories
  14. 14. Test case outputs 3: Compare different projects • View individual consumption categories and compare with other projects based on Gross Internal Floor Area (GIFA) BESPOKE ENERGY PERFORMANCE PLUG-IN
  15. 15. Design review meeting as a collaborative platform Experienced Participants, low levels of BIM-readiness • The Product Director of the Main Contracting (MC) • The BIM Manager of the MC • Consultant Architects • Structural Engineers • Supply chain partners Focus Reduction of time taken to achieve weather tightness Approach Structured discussion following a set agenda
  16. 16. • A collaborative team willing to improve the product through sharing and by making suggestions • Limited use of federated BIM & construction simulation from the model • Time-lapse video of the construction phase preferred for visualisation • Digital 2D drawings were used Observations on the design review meeting
  17. 17. Design Review Meeting Findings 4D Made sharing ideas easier visualisation Encouraged participants to share ideas Made communication more effective but did NOT facilitate collaboration in the first place Did NOT make it easier to co-ordinate designs during the meeting Neutral on identifying programme reduction opportunities or potential conflicts Facilitated a more effective sharing of ideas but did NOT help with real-time evaluation of the implications of suggested changes
  18. 18. Participants with high-levels of BIM Readiness Product Manager, Main Contractor The BIM Director, Architectural Design Consultants “..when you bring the model up there, you are not trying to interpret it from a 2D drawing. It is the same as standing on site and looking at the detail and saying ‘can we do that better…” “You do not have to explain something to somebody. You can point to it. You can say: ‘look this is what I am talking about’. It is much easier than saying: ‘you know the little bit under the eaves …’”
  19. 19. To date Sunesis has delivered:  Over 8,500 new school places  100% on time  100% within budget  100% client satisfaction The use of BIM has helped Sunesis projects be delivered faster for Plymouth City Council – without any compromise in quality: • Knowle Primary - Keynes2 2FEN – 30 weeks in lieu of 36 weeks (-6 weeks) • St Matthews - Dewey 3FE – 39 weeks in lieu of 45 weeks (-6 weeks) STEP-CHANGE IN PERFORMANCE
  20. 20. STEP-CHANGE IN PERFORMANCE
  21. 21. SUNESIS CLIENTS
  22. 22. SUNESIS CLIENTS
  23. 23. • Development of EFA FOS-compliant Sunesis Keynes3, again using BIM as a design enabler • Further development of BIM-led design review tools (Oculus Rift, etc.) – particularly in a cloud environment • Use of the same for improved Client engagement/interaction, including BIM-enabled website. • Closer integration with Sunesis supply chain members as part of a move towards BIM Level 3 • Strategic aim to deliver 10 Sunesis projects in 2016, and 16 in 2017 – all to BIM Level 2. NEXT STEPS
  24. 24. • Robust evaluations of ‘real-life’ BIM implementation are emerging. • BIM and other means of nD visualisation as enablers rather than collaboration tools in themselves • Need to scope BIM implementation to determine projects that would benefit from implementation • A BIM implementation matrix: project type, scale, complexity, procurement method, and the ease with which internal processes can be incorporated CONCLUSIONS
  25. 25. Tim Carey Product Director, Willmott Dixon tim.carey@willmottdixon.co.uk Esra Kurul Senior Lecturer, School of the Built Environment, Oxford Brookes University ekurul@brookes.ac.uk Sunesis website http://www.sunesisbuild.co.uk/ R&D Project Website https://sites.google.com/a/brookes.ac.uk/bim-enabled- collaborative-platform-for-low-impact-schools/ KEY CONTACTS

Presentation by Esra Kurul & Tim Carey (Willmott Dixon Construction, Scape & Oxford Brookes University) at COMIT 2016: Digitally Building Britain, September 2016 More information: http://www.comit.org.uk/liveblog

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