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UKBIMA _101_MJP

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UKBIMA _101_MJP

  1. 1. Our journey so far…
  2. 2. UK BIM movement Phase 2 Our journey so far…
  3. 3. Our vision We seek to build an open, transparent and digitally empowered system for consumers to understand and drive their built environment.
  4. 4. By/Purpose? … by ensuring the implementation of BIM Level 2 throughout the construction supply chain from financers, buyers, designers, builders to operators.
  5. 5. What is BIM Level 2?
  6. 6. Digitally Built Environment ENVIRONMENT INFRASTRUCTURE BUILDINGS SERVICES & ECONOMY INFORMATION PEOPLE GOVERNMENTCITY SOCIETYINTERACTIONSSTRUCTURE Communications Water Energy Industry Transport Nature Object House Building Block Neighbourhood District City Met Country Continent Earth Living Working Shopping Leisure Health Education Performing Arts Sports Security
  7. 7. UK BIM Alliance Manifesto o We aim to represent and coordinate the digital transformation of our industry by supporting the industry's implantation of Level 2 BIM. o Our representation is independent and transparent, supported by a network that is empowered to work in partnership with government, institutions and industry. o We invite any group, organisation and individual to join the alliance and utilise the resources available to maximise the impact of the implementation on BIM Level 2. o We will provide the network and infrastructure required to implement and maintain an open system for feedback and development of BIM Level 2 processes and standards. o We will implement initiatives via projects that are independently funded and focused on achieving progressive outcomes in small achievable steps. Join us!
  8. 8. Industry in transition Paper Digital Analogue Digitised Output Based Outcome Based Reduction of waste Improving Productivity Generating Market Capacity
  9. 9. Industry in transition Paper Level 0 BIM CAD / 3D/ CDE Level 1 BIM BIM / Parametric / IM Level 2 BIM Integrated / Real Time Data Level 3 BIM Analogue Digitised Output Based Outcome Based Reduction of waste Improving Productivity Generating Market Capacity
  10. 10. Validation Level 1 Level 2 Level 3a Level 3b Level 3c BIM Digital Engineering Government PUSH Supplier PULL Integrated Asset Information Integrated Modelling
  11. 11. BIM Protocol CDE EIR IDP BEP MIDP MPDT COBie Verification Validation Level 1 Level 2 Level 3a Level 3b Level 3c BIM Digital Engineering Government PUSH Supplier PULL E-Documents Models Data Digital Integrated Asset Information Modelling Standards UNICLASS Digital Object Library Opensource Interoperability Standard Products Integrated Modelling
  12. 12. Transformation Long tail of industry 250,000 businesses 2.1m people 98% employ 34 or less 10% impact so far? Source ONS 2015
  13. 13. 13 13.5% 250km firms 33.5k Firms Rogers (1962 & 2003), Moore (2015) Approaching the chasm
  14. 14. UK BIM Task Force Creation of Level 2 Standards and Tools Draft and issue of key BIM Docs Task Group Legacy Link to 2025 Industrial Strategy & Digital Built Britain Bldg capability in supply chain Industry / Sector BIM 4 Groups Moving an Industry Build knowledge and capacity in Govt Departments Pilot Projects Support Key Govt Depts Level 2 Wrapper Data Validation Dept Stewardship Groups
  15. 15. The Journey So who were we? What did we do? Why us? UK BIM Alliance Communities Industry Government
  16. 16. The Journey So who were we? What did we do? Why us? UK BIM Alliance BIM Regions BIM4’s GCS
  17. 17. Collaborators so far include UK Government & Clients (spend £1bns on construction) The worlds leading consultancies & contractors The industry’s leading institutions The worlds best universities and academics Some of the most innovative SMEs & start-ups
  18. 18. Collaborators so far include BIM4SME BIM4Retail WomenInBIM Survey4BIM BIM4Fitout BIM4Water BIM4MetP BIM4Rail BIM4Landscape BIM2050/.BE BIM Technology Alliance/CIRIA Behaviours4Collaboration BIM4Infastructure BIM Academy BIM4Contractors BuildOffSite BIM4Clients BIM4Health CIC BIM Forum BIM4DataCentres Build UK BIM group BIM Stewardship Group BIM4M2 CIOB BIM4Education DEC!/COYO BIM4Housing BIM Regions Scotland South Wales Yorkshire/Humber North East North West West Midlands East Midlands East London South East South West Oxford Thames Valley Kent Sussex Northern Ireland Republic of Ireland CITA BuildingSmart CIC RICS IET ICE BIM Task Group BSI Digital Construction Week TheB1M…...and growing...
  19. 19. Our 3 C’s Co-ordination avoid gaps and overlap in team members work Co-operation obtain mutual benefit by sharing work Collaboration achieved results which could not be accomplished alone
  20. 20. For More Information Chair - Anne Kemp anne.kemp@atkinsglobal.com Communications lead – Chris Witte chrisjwitte@aol.com John Eynon johneynon@me.com

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