BIM in Project Management: Keynote Speech by Mr. Kevin POOLE

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Keynote Speech
Mr. Kevin POOLEChairman, Committee on Environment, Innovation and Technology, Construction Industry Council

HKIPM‐HKIBIM Joint Conference: BIM in Project Management
Details of Conference
Date: 2‐Apr‐2014 (Wed)
Time: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Venue: Chiang Chen Studio Theatre – The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Organizers:
Hong Kong Institute of Project Management (HKIPM)
http://www.hkipm.org.hk/
The Hong Kong Institute of Building Information Modelling (HKIBIM)
http://www.hkibim.org

Sole Sponsor:
建造業議會 - Construction Industry Council
http://www.hkcic.org/

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  • BIM is worldwide phenomena now. Globally, countries like the Unites States, UK, Finland, Norway, Korea and city like Hong Kong, have made BIM mandatory for public sector building projects. And, of course, we also see that the AEC industry and professional associations from country like Thailand have also been very active in the outreach program and setting BIM standards.
     
    Therefore, in Singapore we would also need to step up the effort to drive the BIM adoption to ensure that our construction industry remains competitive in the global market.
     
    There are two key levers in Singapore, ie. public sector building project procurement and regulatory submission [CLICK]
  • BIM in Project Management: Keynote Speech by Mr. Kevin POOLE

    1. 1. BIM in Project Management: Keynote Speech Mr. Kevin POOLE Chairman Committee on Environment, Innovation and Technology Construction Industry Council
    2. 2. 2 a. The global construction industry is undergoing a paradigm shift b. Adoption of BIM is a national strategy in many countries/ economies c. Long term commitment and investment on BIM by some governments and regional agencies d. Hong Kong possible loss of competitiveness in Asia Pacific Region in long run if we do not catch up now Global Perspective on BIM
    3. 3. U.S. GSA U.S. Army Corp of Engineers 2008 : Mandatory BIM for government projects SingaporeSingapore 2013: BIM Submission for Regulatory Approval 2012: BIM as part of public sector building project procurement Statsbygg, Norway 2010: Requires IFC/BIM for new buildings Norwegian Defence Estates Agency Is running 3 BIM pilots Senate Properties (property services agency), Finland 2007: Requires IFC/BIM in its projects and intends to have integrated model-based operation in future UK 2016: Mandatory BIM for government projects > £5 million Korea 2012: Public Procurement Service will fully adopt IFC- based open BIM Hong Kong Mainland China Mandatory BIM has been included as part of the National 12th Five Year Plan (2011 – 2015) and is formulating a BIM framework. Source: BCA
    4. 4. 4 What BIM can do? Source: Housing Authority
    5. 5. BIM TODAY BIM - Design Analysis BIM - Design Visualisation BIM – Clash Detection BIM – Schedules and Quantities BIM – Project Co-ordination BIM – Project Collaboration Source: CSI Global
    6. 6. BIM > Science > Management Science http://radialinfo.com 6 Source: BIMSCORE
    7. 7. Source: BCA
    8. 8. Source: ENR 8
    9. 9. 9 Source: Source: DPR Construction Inc. BIM & Integrated Practice in the United States Dr. Calvin Kam 30 July 2013 conventional design method FCD (128 cpu) design method PROCESS Design cycle time 4 hrs 3 sec Alternatives evaluated 39 12,800 Total design time 216 hrs 151 hrs PRODUCT Total steel weight 2,728 met t 2,292 met t Est. cost saving (USD) - $4 M (-19%) • Orders of magnitude reduction in design cycle time • Evaluation of a greater number of design alternatives • Improved product quality Objective: Minimize steel weight Constraints: Safety and serviceability Possible design alternatives: ~ 102435 Variables: 1955 size and shape variables Source: Stanford CIFE Source: Stanford-CIFE
    10. 10. Lifecycle Management by BIM Source: veooz.com
    11. 11. Source: brownengineers.net
    12. 12. BIM + ERP BIM + ERP
    13. 13. BIM from Asset Creation to Asset Management Source: CSI Global
    14. 14. Sustainability Management - Safety: BIM-based Safety Management Plan 14 Safety management could form a part of BIM-based construction procedures. BIM solutions can include construction process data such as activities and their logic – also widely called 4D models – additional dimension: time. Source: BIM-based Safety Management and Communication for Building Construction (VTT Research Notes 2597)
    15. 15. 15 Sustainability Management - Safety: BIM-based Safety Planning - Site Layout Planning Optimise site layout plan by examination of the location of material storage area, machinery location, movement of machinery, access way, impact to site surroundings, etc. Source: VTT Research Notes 2597
    16. 16. Sustainability Management - Safety: BIM-based Safety Planning - Crane Reach and Risk Zone 16 (i) BIM-based site planning to check crane reach and capability in construction works. (ii) Examine risks in case of load fall. (iii) Evaluate what the crane jib could hit. (iv) The significant of this kind of examination increase if there is limited space around the construction site and clashes become possible. Source: VTT Research Notes 2597
    17. 17. 17 Sustainability Management - Safety: BIM-based Safety Planning - Verification of Method Statement Source: VTT Research Notes 2597
    18. 18. 18 In the virtual CAVE environment the movement in 3D scene was controlled with multi touch table. Sustainability Management - Safety: BIM-based Risk Management – Locating Potential Safety Problem Identify and locate potential safety problems by virtual site walk well before actual site work started. Source: VTT Research Notes 2597
    19. 19. 19 Sustainability Management - Safety: BIM-based Risk Management – Automatic Safety Analysis Researchers are testing to use and integrate both BIM and Solibri Model Checker software (SMC) to automate or semi-automate safety analysis. The testing scope includes: 1. Detect different types of openings that could be potential fall hazard so as to automate to develop BIM-based falling prevention planning. 2. Examine existence and properties of site objects or safety required objects. 3. Check free space around site and within site. 4. Check required minimum distance between objects. 5. Detect collision of objects.
    20. 20. 20 Examples of BIM-based material to be used in site communication sessions Sustainability Management - Safety: BIM-based Safety Communication – Site Communication Carefully prepared site communication sessions can provide valuable information to all site personnel. The BIM-based communication has promising opportunities to influence site personnel. The use of visualisations in communication can reinforce safety messages. It helps to understand safety rules and practices esp language barriers (e.g. foreign workers and junior workers). Source: VTT Research Notes 2597
    21. 21. 21 How to leverage power of BIM?
    22. 22. 22Source: NASA Presentation Idea: Dr. Calvin Kam
    23. 23. 23 Chairperson Ms. Ada FUNG Hong Kong Housing Authority Professionals / Specialists Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors Hong Kong Institution of Engineers Hong Kong Institute of Architects Hong Kong Institute of Building Information Modelling The Association of Consulting Engineers of Hong Kong The Association of Architectural Practices British Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong Institute of Utility Specialist buildingSMART Hong Kong Contractors Hong Kong Construction Association Hong Kong General Building Contractors Association The Hong Kong Federation of Electrical and Mechanical Contractors Clients The Real Estate Developers Association of Hong Kong Housing Authority MTR Corporation Development Bureau Architectural Services Department Buildings Department Highways Department Academics University of Hong Kong The Chinese University of Hong Kong The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Institute of Vocational Education What CIC is Doing on BIM? Membership of the Working Group on Roadmap for BIM Implementation
    24. 24. 24 Pursuing Industry-wide Implementation of BIM: The Initiatives • The Working Group on BIM Implementation of the CIC, has come up with the Final Draft Report on the Roadmap for BIM Strategic Implementation in Hong Kong’s Construction Industry • The 16 recommended initiatives in 9 areas: 1. Collaboration 2. Incentive and Proven Benefit 3. Standard and Common Practice 4. Legal and Insurance 5. Information Sharing and Handover 6. Promotion and Education 7. Compliant BIM Tool 8. Audit and Risk Management 9. Global Competitiveness
    25. 25. 25 • Three Imminent Actions: 1. Local Standards 2. Promotion and Awareness Programme 3. BIM Training Pursuing Industry-wide Implementation of BIM: Imminent Actions
    26. 26. 26 The year for all BIM stakeholders to join hands to drive the BIM movement in Hong Kong Pursuing Industry-wide Implementation of BIM: Imminent Actions - Promotion
    27. 27. 27 CIC is collaborating and co-ordinating with stakeholders a series of promotional activities through out the whole year of 2014. Activities include: • Conference, Seminar, Exhibition, Regional Official Meetings • Client Summit on BIM • Stakeholders’ BIM Implementation Update and Knowledge Sharing • Trainings for Professionals • Demonstration and Fast Track Training on BIM for Novice • BIM Show Cases for Tertiary Students • Publications and Media Exposure • Introduction of Draft Hong Kong’s BIM Standards • Award for BIM Excellence Pursuing Industry-wide Implementation of BIM: Imminent Actions - Promotion through BIM Year 2014
    28. 28. 28 Date: 16 April, 2014 (Wednesday) Venue: W Hong Kong Target Group: Senior Government Officials and Decision Makers among the Construction Industry Event Highlights: 1. Introduce: • BIM Year Plan • Client Summit – BIM Implementation Strategy Workshop • Hong Kong BIM Standards • CIC’s BIM Training Centre and Laboratory • Registration System for BIM professional • Accreditation to BIM Training Programmes 2. BIM Showcase BIM software vendors and solution providers showcase their state-of-the-art technology BIM Year Event Highlight: Grand Launch Ceremony (16 April 2014)
    29. 29. 29
    30. 30. 30 BIM Year Event Highlight: Grand Launch Ceremony (16 April 2014) All of you here are invited please contact: Construction Industry Council Mr. Ivan KO T: 2100-9034 E: ivanko@hkcic.org Ms. Stella LEUNG T: 2100-9429 E: stellaleung@hkcic.org
    31. 31. BIM Year Event Highlight: Client Summit – BIM Implementation Strategy (September 2014) 31 Aims: • Introduce Implementation strategy of the BIM • Bring international insight and expertise • Determine and customise BIM implementation strategies for individual sectors Target Group: Decision makers of Government, Employers from Public Sector, Employers from Public Sector Event Highlights: Day 1 Workshop – overseas project clients’ implementation strategies, value proposition and sharing of current and future global practices. Day 2 / 3 Workshop – Separate workshops for project clients from public organisation sector, private sector and government to customise and tailor made their own BIM implementation strategy.
    32. 32. BIM Year 2014 32
    33. 33. 33 BIM Year 2014
    34. 34. 34 BIM Year 2014
    35. 35. 35 Thank YouThank You BIM Model of CIC’s ZCB Source: Ronald Lu & Partners

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