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BIM Application in Hong Kong Housing Authority by Mr. Lawrence K.W. CHUNG

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Presentation by Mr. Lawrence K.W. CHUNG - Assistant Director of Housing (Development & Construction Division),
Housing Department, HKSAR Government

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/

BIM Application in Hong Kong Housing Authority by Mr. Lawrence K.W. CHUNG

  1. 1. 1 BIM Application in Hong Kong Housing Authority BIM in Project ManagementBIM in Project Management 2 April 20142 April 2014 Speaker : Mr. Lawrence K.W. CHUNG Assistant Director of Housing (Development & Construction Division) HKIPM-HKIBIM Joint ConferenceHKIPM-HKIBIM Joint Conference
  2. 2. 2 Contents (I) Introduction to Housing Authority (HA) and Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in HA (II) Concept of Building Information Modelling (BIM) Application and BIM in Current Projects (III) Integration of BIM and GIS (IV) Change Management (V) Way Forward and Conclusion
  3. 3. 3 • The Hong Kong Housing Authority (HA) is a statutory body established in April 1973 under the Hong Kong Housing Ordinance. The Housing Department is HA’s executive arm. • HA develops and implements a public housing programme to meet the housing needs of people who cannot afford private housing. • Approximately 30% of the Hong Kong population is now living in public rental housing units. • The HA has an existing stock of about 730,000 rental flats. • We build 79,000 new PRH flats for five years from 2012/13 to 2016/17 and build 100,000 new PRH flats for the five years starting from 2018. • We build 17,000 new HOS flats for four years from 2016/17 to 2019/20 and thereafter 5,000 new HOS flats a year. Hong Kong Housing AuthorityHong Kong Housing Authority (I) Introduction to HA and ICT in HA
  4. 4. Information & Communication Technology (ICT) 4
  5. 5. 5 (II) Concept of BIM & Application of BIM in Current Projects Modelling
  6. 6. 6 BIM’s Versatility Rendering Performance Analysis Collision Check 2D Drawings Material Quantities BIM Models Simulation Visual Impact Construction Design
  7. 7. Ecotect (Performance Analysis) Cost X (Material Quantities) Navisworks (Collision Check) BIM Software Revit (BIM Modeling) Navisworks (4D Simulation) Solibri (Code Checking) ETABS/ ORION (Structural Analysis) 3D Max (Photo-realistic Rendering) Civil 3D (CE/GE Design) 7 DIALux (Lighting Analysis) IES (Energy Simulation)
  8. 8. ARCHITECTURAL MODEL CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE BUILDING SERVICES MODEL LIGHTING DESIGN BIM Server BIM Server BIM ServerBIM Server SOLAR STUDY GIS 4D PROGRAMME CLASH DETECTION GLARE ANALYSIS OF PV PANEL VISUALISATION THERMAL COMFORT SITE CONTEXT DESIGN REVIEW 6D ASSET MANAGEMENT ENERGY SIMULATION & C-FOOTPRINT Model checker 5D COST PLAN STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS LandsD 3D Spatial Data Viewer E-Submission SCHEDULING STRUCTURAL MODEL CONSTRUCTION SIMULATIONSAFETY MANGEMENT BIM SoftwareBIM Software BIM Server
  9. 9. HA’s Project Development Life Cycle Completion, Management and Maintenance Completion, Management and Maintenance Feasibility studies and Conceptual layout Feasibility studies and Conceptual layout Scheme Design and Project Budget Scheme Design and Project Budget Detailed Design and Specification Detailed Design and Specification TenderTender Construction of Foundation / Building Construction of Foundation / Building Design OptionsDesign Options Building Design and PerformanceBuilding Design and Performance DocumentationDocumentation Quality ControlQuality Control Facility ManagementFacility Management DesignDesign OptimizationOptimization ConstructionConstruction SimulationSimulation Life CycleLife Cycle ManagementManagement Project Life Cycle 9
  10. 10. 10Assembly of Standard Modular Flats to form a Domestic Block Quick Assembly of Domestic Blocks
  11. 11. Enhance Quality of Design Daylight Analysis Sunlight & Shadow Studies XX XX Anderson Road Site D Wind flow Studies 11
  12. 12. 12 ► Excavation volume► Excavation volume ► CUT / FILL volume of each Mass Fill Enhance Cost Control and Environmental Protection Tung Tau Cottage Area East Site Formation Balancing of Cut and Fill volume
  13. 13. 13 Clashes Detection3D Model of Underground Services Clash Analysis in Congested Area Sheung Shui Area 36
  14. 14. 14 BIM Virtual ModelActual Construction Better Building Services Co-ordination Yau Lai Shopping Centre Building Services Installation
  15. 15. 15 Optimize Lighting Design for Energy Saving Development of more energy efficient lighting operation mode. Integration of neighborhood, building and surrounding lighting contribution to achieve optimum site lighting design. Accurate simulation of 3D lighting level. Sheung Shui Area 36
  16. 16. 16 Check and ensure PV Panels are not located in Shading Area Sun Path Simulation Shading Analysis on PV Panel Sheung Shui Area 36
  17. 17. 17 No Glare Nuisance to Nearby Buildings Glare Analysis of PV Panel Glare Analysis of PV Panel Sheung Lok Street HOS
  18. 18. 18 Simulated Pattern of Daily Cooling Load Required Solar Heat Gain Simulation Using 3D BIM Model Energy Simulation HOS Development at Sha Tsui Road
  19. 19. 19 As-fitted Drawing Linked to BIM ModelBIM FM Model BIM in Facility Management Sharing equipment inventory / maintenance record through dialogue between two systems BIM FM ModelBIM FM Model As-fitted Drawing Linked to BIM ModelBIM FM Model Linking BIM to RFID??
  20. 20. 20 3D Printing Triggers Innovative Ideas Kwai Chung Tai Pak Tin Street - Simulation of Construction Site Planning Sheung Shiu Area 36 – Coordination of Building Services
  21. 21. 21 HOS at Wang Yip Street West, Yuen Long Simulate the Construction Sequence of ELSW & Buoyancy Raft Illustrate Geological Profile of the Site Geological Profile & 4D Model for ELS
  22. 22. 22 BIM as a Value Management Tool Hin Tin Street, Shatin Area 31
  23. 23. Shui Chuen O Phase 1, Shatin, Hong Kong : 5D BIM Model  Reveals actual and predicted cash flow of the project.  Better understanding of project cash flow. Cash flow simulation has been created by the integration of extracted quantities from BIM model, construction programme and cost information. 23
  24. 24. 24 Tung Tung Cottage Area East, Kowloon City, Kowloon Construction Management Site Layout Planning Clashes Study Virtual Rehearsal : Six-day Cycle for Typical Floor Rebars Fixing & Services Installation Collaboration 24
  25. 25. 25 Site Safety Planning Lower Ngau Tau Kwok Estate - Simulation of Site Safety Planning
  26. 26. 26 Construction Site Planning Kwai Chung Tai Pak Tin Street - Simulation of Construction Site Planning 26
  27. 27. 27 6-Day Construction Cycle Kwai Chung Tai Pak Tin Street - Simulation of 6 Day Construction Cycle 27
  28. 28. 28 (III) Integration of BIM and GIS
  29. 29. Development of Geographic Information System & Application in HA Web based 2D GPIS for Planning Studies 3D GIS for Feasibility Studies, & Design 2009 2012 Desktop GPIS for Planning Studies 2005 3D GIS for Facilities Manage- ment 2013 Site Feasibility Study Visual Impact Analysis (Sightline & Corridor) Terrain Modelling Building HeightRidgeline DCDDCD EMDEMD 29
  30. 30. GIS Applications – Contextual Study 30
  31. 31. GIS Applications – Spatial Planning Study the connection between proposed buildings, external works, open space and landscape areas for the project 31
  32. 32. Proposed BuildingsProposed Buildings Selected Viewpoint at Shing Mun River, No. 2 Promenade Rest Garden Selected Viewpoint at Shing Mun River, No. 2 Promenade Rest Garden GIS Applications – Ridge Line Analysis 32
  33. 33. Skyline Surface for checking the visual impact on the ridge lines Skyline Surface for checking the visual impact on the ridge lines GIS Applications – Ridge Line Analysis 33
  34. 34. GIS Applications – Schemes Comparison Fo Tan Cottage Area, Shatin 34
  35. 35. Airflow Analysis Trial at Tai Wo Hau Road, Kwai Chung • Existing spatial data directly used in airflow simulation for a proposed project at Kwai Chung • Quantitative simulation results are visualized and as input to further spatial analysis. • Optimize the design with aid of iterative simulation. • Benchmarking tests in progress Geo-spatial Simulation Airflow Impact Analysis GIS Applications - Micro-climate Studies 35
  36. 36. BIM (Graphics & Attributes) GIS Autodesk Revit BIMserver & BIMsurfer (Viewer) with JRE Update 7 FME Batch Conversion of Floor Plans and Attributes using ArcPy and Data Interoperability Extension in ArcGIS Floor Plans in BIM Geo-database in ArcGISAttributes and all other related Information in BIM Geo-reference Floor Plans in BIM Export to IFC Format Export to Excel Format INTEGRATION Method 1 Method 2 FME = Feature Manipulation Engine Geo-spatial Simulation
  37. 37. GIS +BIM Applications – Colour Scheme Study 37
  38. 38. GIS +BIM Applications – Geotechnical Study Geotechnical Study (Design Cut Slopes, Fill Slopes, Retaining Wall and Screen Wall in Civil 3D environment) Perform 3D Visualization and animation in GIS environment 38
  39. 39. 39 (IV) Change Management
  40. 40. 40 BIM is not just a tool,BIM is not just a tool, it brings transformationit brings transformation to construction industry…to construction industry…
  41. 41. Transformation Process BIM 3D modelling, Analysis, 3D printer, RFID, GIS, R&DTechnologies Upfront design process, re-engineering, office procedures, disciplines practices, industry practices Processes Tighter team formation, multi-disciplinary team, supporting team structureOrganization Collaboration among project team, consultants, contractors and subcontractors. Partnership BIM skill, think ahead, teamwork, change management, industry practitioners, academia, workforce People Wetransform ourselvesinuse ofBIM BIM transforms ourbusiness 41
  42. 42. 42 Challenges - BIM Process Shifts the Design Curve Patrick MacLeamy, CEO of HOK
  43. 43. Transformation – Organization & People Year 20102009 2011 BIM Project Steering Committee BIM Working Group BIM Centre & BIM Service Team Experience Sharing; SeminarsExperience Sharing; Seminars Training; WorkshopsTraining; Workshops Site Team BIM Working Group Change Management Training & Seminars 43
  44. 44. 44 Centralized BIM Team Training Discussion Hardware and software support BIM Central Support - BIM Services Team and BIM Centre Act as in-house consultant team to provide support, collect feedback, arrange training and facilitate knowledge & experiences sharing (~2000 users) 44
  45. 45. HA BIM Standards & User Guides http://www.housingauthority.gov.hk/en/businesspartners/buildinginfomodel 45
  46. 46. HA Standard Library Revit MEP Families Revit Architectural Families Revit Structural Families 46
  47. 47. 47 Training to HA Staff (includes professionals & technical staffs) Our Goal Apply BIM to all new projects from design stage by 2014/15 About 1,360 staffs (about 70%)* * As at the end of December 2013 • Architects • Building Services Engineers • Civil Engineers • Geotechnical Engineers • Land Surveyors • Landscape Architects • Planners • Quantity Surveyors • Structural Engineers • Site Staff Tentatively, it will be more than 85% in 2015
  48. 48. 48 We Walked the Extra Mile Promote to our Professional Service Providers (e.g.Promote to our Professional Service Providers (e.g. architects, engineers & surveyors…) and contractorsarchitects, engineers & surveyors…) and contractors Promote to academia e.g. HKU, PolyU, CUHK, CityU,Promote to academia e.g. HKU, PolyU, CUHK, CityU, HKUST etc.HKUST etc. 48
  49. 49. 49  HK BIM Awards for five consecutive years 2009 -2013 2009: Towards Customization with Standard Modular flats in Mass Housing Design 2010: Transforming the whole Delivery Practice 2011: Versatile BIM / What You See is What You Can Do 2012: Pioneering 5D BIM for Quantity Surveying 2013: Fast-track HOS and Site Coordination in a PRH project: Hin Tin Street HOS & Wang Ip Street HOS, and Tung Tau Cottage Area East .  Meritorious award for Civil Service Outstanding Service Award Scheme 2011  HK ICT Awards 2012 – Silver 49
  50. 50. 50 (V) Way Forward & Conclusion
  51. 51. 51  Local Universities & Academia • Prevalent research topics. • BIM courses.  Professional Service Providers • BIM models support submissions.  Construction Industry • Enhance collaboration among design team, contractors, sub-contractors & suppliers. • Contractors have set up their own BIM working teams.  Major Government Departments  Construction Industry Council • BIM Task Force in the Construction Industry Council of Hong Kong • Chaired by Ms. Ada Fung with members from academia, professional institutes, developers associations, government departments, etc. • Develop a BIM roadmap for HK Construction Industry Impact for Hong Kong
  52. 52. Completion, Management and Maintenance Completion, Management and Maintenance Feasibility studies and Conceptual layout Feasibility studies and Conceptual layout Scheme Design and Project Budget Scheme Design and Project Budget Detailed Design and Specification Detailed Design and Specification TenderTender HA’s Proposed BIM R&D Items Construction of Foundation / Building Construction of Foundation / Building Design OptionsDesign Options Building Design and PerformanceBuilding Design and Performance DocumentationDocumentation Quality ControlQuality Control Facility ManagementFacility Management 1. Assist Feasibility Studies 1. Assist Feasibility Studies 2. Environmental Studies 2. Environmental Studies 3. BIM Model - Drawings Integration 3. BIM Model - Drawings Integration 6. Integration with Specification 6. Integration with Specification 7. ICU Submission 7. ICU Submission 4. Design/Analysis Software Integration 4. Design/Analysis Software Integration 8. Building Code Checking 8. Building Code Checking 9. Construction Planning and Site Safety 9. Construction Planning and Site Safety 10. Facility Management 10. Facility Management BIM R&D Items DesignDesign OptimizationOptimization ConstructionConstruction SimulationSimulation Life CycleLife Cycle ManagementManagement Project Life Cycle 52 5. Energy Performance 5. Energy Performance
  53. 53. Design Options Building Design and Performance Documentation Quality Control Facility Management SitePlanning Programme Project Contract PaymentBudget Cabin Sr. Executive Knowledge Management Project Management GIS (Geo-spatial Database Infrastructure) Geo-Spatial Project Life Cycle Feasibility studies and Conceptual layout Feasibility studies and Conceptual layout Scheme Design and Project Budget Scheme Design and Project Budget Detailed Design and Specification Detailed Design and Specification Tender Evaluation Tender Evaluation Completion, Management and Maintenance Completion, Management and Maintenance Construction of Foundation / Building Construction of Foundation / Building BIM (Building Information Modelling) Convergence Housing COnstruction Management Enterprise System (HOMES) Building Information Enhancement of HOMES: Integration of RFID into HOMES construction module Choice of materials Site material tracking &monitoringRFID Study on Integration of GIS, BIM, HOMES & RFID 53
  54. 54. As-built Survey (From Point Cloud to BIM) 3D Realistic Point Cloud Model from Laser Scanning 3D Realistic Point Cloud Model from Laser Scanning Floor / Area PlanFloor / Area Plan Point CloudBIM SystemPoint CloudBIM System Import Point Cloud into BIM 54
  55. 55. Who get the benefit? General Public Public Housing Tenants Building Services Engineer Planner Housing Authority BIMBIM Structural Engineer Architect Contractor Worker Supplier Business Partner Sub- contractor Environmental Economic Social Sustainability 55
  56. 56. Thank YouThank You Let’s join hands to use BIM and construction IT systems. 56

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