CIOB in Doha, Qatar - Introduction to 4D and 5D Modeling | 18th March 2014

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Title: Introduction to 4D and 5D Modeling
Author: Gunnar Godawa, HOCHTIEF ViCon Qatar

Agenda:
1. Introduction to BIM
2. Fundamentals and Benefits of 4D and 5D
3. Selection of Project experiences

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CIOB in Doha, Qatar - Introduction to 4D and 5D Modeling | 18th March 2014

  1. 1. 1One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 Introduction to 4D and 5D Modeling Gunnar Godawa – Senior Project Manager IPMA-D
  2. 2. 2One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 Introduction to 4D and 5D Modeling Agenda 1. Introduction to BIM 2. Fundamentals and Benefits of 4D and 5D 3. Selection of Project experiences
  3. 3. 3One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 Selection of our Middle East Projects • Lusail City Project, Doha, Qatar • Nile Corniche Project, Cairo, Egypt • Barwa Commercial Avenue, Doha, Qatar • National Museum of Qatar, Doha, Qatar • Al Wakra Stadium, Doha Qatar • Metro – Green Line, Doha, Qatar • Metro – Red Line, Doha, Qatar • Doha Expressways Group 5, Qatar
  4. 4. 4One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 HOCHTIEF ViCon An international Team • Three offices in different markets • Services offered world-wide • Strong cultural competence in focused markets • Supported more than 350 projects • Network of experienced suppliers
  5. 5. 5One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 Data security and user management Certified hardware and software Data formats and structure Data versioning Internet Collaboration and communication Knowledge and experience Roles and responsibilities Trust and commitment Culture Building standards Risks and insurance Ownership of deliverables Project guidelines and contracts Quantity take-off Cost estimation Change management Operation and maintenance Design creation and coordination Scheduling and progress monitoring 1. Introduction to BIM The Five Components © HOCHTIEF ViCon
  6. 6. 6One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 Creating 3D models, adding information to them, and using for many purposes. 1. Introduction to BIM What is BIM?
  7. 7. 7One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 1. Introduction to BIM Extension of 3D Models Other information Specifications Costs Time Space utilization + 3D CAD
  8. 8. 8One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 1. Introduction to BIM Added Information to a 3D Model information associated with building element + = BIM
  9. 9. 9One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 Life-Cycle Development of 3D models PhaseModelType Concept Conceptual Design Tender & Construction Documents Construction Operation 3D Marketing Model 3D Design Model 3D Construction Model 3D Asset Model 3D Schematic Model 3D Quantity Model © HOCHTIEF ViCon
  10. 10. 10One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 2. Fundamentals and Benefits of 4D and 5D Information provided by a 4D and 5D model A 4D/ 5D Model gives comprehensive answers to the above questions Where? What?When? How much? How many?
  11. 11. 11One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 2. Fundamentals and Benefits of 4D and 5D Importance of common model and data breakdown Slab A Slab B Columns Slab Concrete 10 m³ Columns C 40 5 m³ Columns C 50 5 m³ Material?? Joint??
  12. 12. 12One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 2. Fundamentals and Benefits of 4D and 5D System architecture of 4D and 5D data development (Creation Process) ProjectBIMExpert Linking Process On-site Usage (3D Model + Numerical Data) Construction Program Model-based BOQ Quantities 4D Database 3D Model © HOCHTIEF ViCon
  13. 13. 13One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 Scheduler Draftsman Qto specialist Client/Management Estimator global projectdata base Objectives Ensure quality and save time and costs through: • Improved data interoperability • Traceable change process • Geometry combined with other data O&M Procurement Project database Contractor 2. Fundamentals and Benefits of 4D and 5D Single source access 4D and 5D data © HOCHTIEF ViCon
  14. 14. 14One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 Slab Columns 2. Fundamentals and Benefits of 4D and 5D Linking 3D model with time schedule activities 50% 100% 50% 100%
  15. 15. 15One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 Quantities available • Direct from 3D model to BoQ, e.g. plaster, concrete, pipes • Indirect from 3D model to BoQ, e.g. rebar from concrete volume • Indirect with manual input using 3D model, e.g. FF&E in rooms 2. Fundamentals and Benefits of 4D and 5D How can Quantities be derived from 3D
  16. 16. 16One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 2D Concept Design 3D Model Model-based Quantities Construction Schedule 4D / 5D Model Design Schedule Quantities 2. Fundamentals and Benefits of 4D and 5D Process to create 4D / 5D Models © HOCHTIEF ViCon
  17. 17. 17One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 2. Fundamentals and Benefits of 4D and 5D 5D Software features and requirements • Common exchange format with 3D authoring SW • How is the model imported to the SW (export from 3D, API connection, plugin) • Where are basic quantities derived from (native model, external calculation) • What Standards / Rules of Measurement have to be supported • How much information (attributes) is required from the 3D model • How is the update process
  18. 18. 18One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 • Integration of Design, Planning and Scope definition • Holistic overview and consistent break down of entire project information • Better re-usage of information through project life- cycle • Integrated quantities, schedule and cost information add value to project reporting • Impact from changes can be better evaluated • Quantities can identified in the 3D model (traceable) • Visual representation supports understanding of sequencing 2. Fundamentals and Benefits of 4D and 5D Benefits for 4D and 5D
  19. 19. 19One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 3. Selection of Project Experiences
  20. 20. 20One roof – all solutions. Gunnar Godawa – 18/03/2014 Presenter Gunnar Godawa Senior Project Manager www.hochtief-vicon.de One step ahead. Build digitally first. Building Information Modeling (BIM)

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