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  1. 1. BIM and the Client Tuesday 26th June 2012 Constructing Excellence in Northern Ireland University of Ulster
  2. 2. Pentagon SolutionsAn independently owned software solutions company started in March 2003. Having grown steadily since we have movedfrom our original offices in north Belfast to our current home on Airport Road.Central to our success over those years has been our strong customer care ethos. This, in combination with our unrivalledindustry experience, ensures our customers have a risk free experience when purchasing their businesses softwaresolutions.Involved in CAD, GI data and management software, all our core staff have spent considerable time within those industriesand fully understand the products and their application in real world terms Today’s speaker: Ross Reid, Applications Engineer
  3. 3. BIM and the client: the theoryBIM and the client: in practice Demonstration of how Summary
  4. 4. BIM and the Client: The theoryWho is driving BIM? The Client Image courtesy of: http://www.dreamtemplate.com/blog/web- design-tips/are-you-in-a-client-battle/
  5. 5. BIM and the Client: The theory The client:Image courtesy of: http://www.jpcorry.com/trade/selfbuild.aspx Image courtesy of http://www.homedit.com/8-sure-ways-hire-architect/ Image courtesy of http://www.b freed.com/#/corporate/events/newBoard_Member_Roundtable_2007-05-14_ Self builders Developers Large scale Developers Which large scale developer is specifying BIM? The Government (as a client)
  6. 6. BIM and the Client: The theory Where has BIM come from?Did the construction industry Who are the original clients for invent the concept of BIM? this method of work? Image courtesy of: http://terborg.typepad.com/.a/6a014e5f86c94a970c01538e8af6bb970b-800wi Image courtesy of: http://www.buildbetterschools.com/?p=913
  7. 7. BIM and the Client: The theory Where has the concept come from, who are the original clients and what did they get?http://www.ashlar.com/success-stories/watching-conceptual-design-take-form/ http://www.netcarshow.com/wald/2008-bmw_3-series/ http://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/mobile-devices/smartphoneshttp://www.ashlar.com/success-stories/watching-conceptual-design-take-form/ http://hinnopi.com/the-story-of-how-cad-took-the-auto-industry/ http://www.comsol.com/products/cad-import/
  8. 8. BIM and the Client: The theory Digital prototyping? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Steve_jobs http://www.photo-mark.com/notes/2012/may/14/photographers-you-will-be-http://www.usedmac.org.uk/history-of-the-ipod/1069/ http://www.internetmarketinggorilla.com/2010/08/the-perfect-office-fish-tank/ replaced-software/
  9. 9. BIM and the Client: The theory What does every client want?What they’re getting When they’ll get it What it will cost Image courtesy of: http://www.wonderbranding.com/2012/06/the-1-thing-you- Image courtesy of: http://lesism.blogspot.com/2012/03/time.html forget-in-your-marketing-budget/
  10. 10. BIM and the Client: The theory What does every client want?What they’re getting
  11. 11. BIM and the Client: The theory What does every client want?What they’re gettingImage courtesy of: http://wiki.naturalfrequency.com/files/wiki/daylight/df-ecotect-3.gif Image courtesy of: http://www.bimblog.ca/2011/09/ecotect-wind-tunnel-in-vasari.html
  12. 12. BIM and the Client: The theory What does every client want? What they’re getting Image courtesy of: http://www.trinity3d.com/Archinteriors-Vol.-10.htmlImage courtesy of: http://usa.autodesk.com/3ds-max/customers/#channels_3ds Max Design Image courtesy of: http://usa.autodesk.com/3ds-max/customers/#channels_3ds Max Design
  13. 13. BIM and the Client: The theoryWhat does every client want?When they’ll get it
  14. 14. BIM and the Client: The theoryWhat does every client want?What it will cost
  15. 15. BIM and the client: in practiceWho tells the client how to fit into the BIM workflow and what they can expect? Image courtesy of: http://www.jonbarron.org/natural- health/newsletter-drinking-water Self education
  16. 16. BIM and the client: in practiceWho tells the client how to fit into the BIM workflow and what they can expect?Image courtesy of: http://www.life123.com/career- Image courtesy of: Image courtesy of: Image courtesy of: http://http://fiverr.com/ricoramiromoney/career-development/management-skills/tips-for- http://www.extension.iastate.edu/news/2010/jul/082 http://www.daveedwardsbuilding-new-managers-developing-good-management-s.shtml 001.htm shifnal.co.uk/A client design advisor The Design team The contractor Other clients
  17. 17. BIM and the Client: in practiceShould a client ask for a BIM workflow every time for every project? Image courtesy of: http://us.123rf.com/400wm/400/400/chernetskiy/chernetski y1002/chernetskiy100200019/6510856-futuristic-black-3d- infinity-sign-illustration-for-other-colors-please-check-my- portfolio.jpg
  18. 18. BIM and the Client: in practice
  19. 19. BIM and the Client: in practiceWork flow diagram
  20. 20. Plan Design
  21. 21. Build Manage
  22. 22. BIM and the Client: in practice Current file types:1st .brx .dvi .fft .klg .man .ort .rtd .sla .tm .wp6 .xwp.abw .bzabw .dx .flr .klg .mbox .ott .rtf .sla.gz .tmd .wp7 .xy.act .charset .eml .fpt .knt .me .p7s .rtfd .smf .tpc .wpa .xy3.aim .chord .emlx .frt .kon .mell .pages .rtx .sms .tvj .wpd .xyp.ans .cod .emulecollect.fwdn .kwd .mellel .pfx .run .ssa .txt .wpd .xyw.asc .crwl ion .gdoc .latex .mnt .pjt .rzk .story .u3i .wpd .yml.asc .cws .epp .gpn .lbt .msg .pmo .rzn .strings .unauth .wpl .zabw.ascii .cyi .err .gsd .lis .mw .prt .saf .stw .unx .wps .zw.ase .dgs .err .gthr .lit .mwd .prt .safetext .sty .uof .wps.aty .diz .etf .gv .lnt .mwp .psw .sam .sub .uot .wpt.awp .dne .etx .hht .log .ndoc .pvj .save .sxg .upd .wpt.awt .doc .euc .hs .lp2 .nfo .pvm .scc .sxw .utf8 .wpw.aww .doc .faq .hwp .lst .notes .pwdp .scm .tab .utxt .wri.bad .docm .fb2 .hwp .lst .now .pwdpl .scriv .tab .vct .wsd.bbs .docx .fbl .hz .ltr .nwctxt .pwi .scrivx .tdf .vnt .wtx.bdp .docxml .fcf .idx .ltx .ocr .qdl .sct .tdf .vw .xbdoc.bdr .docz .fdf .iil .lue .odif .rad .scw .template .wbk .xbplate.bean .dotm .fdr .ipf .luf .odm .readme .sdm .tex .webdoc .xdl.bib .dotx .fds .jis .lwp .odo .rft .sdoc .text .wn .xdl.bib .dox .fdt .jp1 .lxfml .odt .ris .sdw .textclipping .wp .xlf.bna .dsc .fdx .jrtf .lyt .ofl .rpt .sgm .thp .wp4 .xwp.boc .dsv .fdxt .kes .lyx .openbsd .rst .sig .tlb .wp5 .xwp
  23. 23. BIM and the Client: in practiceWork flow diagram
  24. 24. BIM and the Client: in practiceProgramsPlan Design Build Manage + +
  25. 25. BIM and the Client: in practiceExamples in practice:
  26. 26. SummaryBIM for the client, what is it is it’s simplest form?
  27. 27. BIM and the Client: summary•At Appraisal•At concept stage:•At Design Development•At Technical Design•At Production Information•At Tender Action•At construction to practical completion•At Post practical completion and beyond

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