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  1. 1. The A, B, C & D ofSpace Planning TechnologiesSpace Planning TechnologiesChris RazzellHASSELL
  2. 2. That BIM definition… again…gBuilding information modelling (BIM) is the process of generating andBuilding information modelling (BIM) is the process of generating andmanaging building data during the life cycle of the built structure.It uses three-dimensional, real-time, dynamic building modelling software toincrease productivity in building design, construction and occupation.The process produces the building information model (also abbreviatedBIM) which encompasses building geometry spatial relationshipsBIM), which encompasses building geometry, spatial relationships,geographic information, quantities and properties of building componentsand spaces.Many forms of analysis can then be performed on this digital prototypebefore it is actually physically built in its environment at great cost.
  3. 3. Alternative BIM definition• Building Information Management is analternative description of BIM focussed• Identification• Design criteria• Fabric & finishes• Schedule of Areas• Functional brief• Equipment schedulealternative description of BIM, focussedon the management of information andprocess.• Once the design principles and project• Once the design principles and projectaspirations are identified, they shoulddrive how the BIM is developed, it’scontent and final use - the project teamneed to be aware of this!Briefing Rooms• Information should develop integrallywithin the design and the whole teamunderstand the needs and deliverablesFF&EValidationat each project milestone.• What information do our clients requireand when?• Generic arrangements• Specialist areas• Internal QA checks• Specialist areas• Schedules for Tender /BofQ• Brief vs. Design• Client management
  4. 4. Space Planning Technologyp g gy...is a general term used to describe software packages that:o enable the briefing of facilitieso integrate briefing data with BIM’so generate reportsg po analysis of brief vs. designo some functionality beyond designo or the ability to export data downstreamo or the ability to export data downstream
  5. 5. Typical inputs + outputsyp p p
  6. 6. SPT in BIMRevit does many things...Modelling...Documentation...B i f i li tiBasis for visualisation...
  7. 7. Object orientedj
  8. 8. No object = no informationjAlan Johnston Drawing a ShadowgAlan Johnston used white walls as ablank sheet of paper on which to basehis drawing He divided Galleries 1 2his drawing. He divided Galleries 1, 2and 3 up into unequal frames, drawingdirectly with a pencil onto the walls instrips covering an area of about 2square cm Navigating the cornerssquare cm. Navigating the corners,recesses and architraves; the spacewhich is left is equally as important asthe space that he fills in; constantlyi th h i hmeasuring the shape in space, hemakes sculpture out of architecture.
  9. 9. Brief developmentpBriefReviewDesignDesignReviewClientinput
  10. 10. Areas of FocusDATA CAPTURE_SpacesLocation_Location_Functional_FinishesFurniture_Furniture_Equipment_Services_Door
  11. 11. Object orientedjDATA CAPTURE_Economy strength_BIM Capability_BIM Management PlansStandards (BIM)_Standards (BIM)_SPT Capability
  12. 12. Revit + BIM Link + RDB Link …
  13. 13. Revit + BIM Link + RDB Link …Both are great tools, but have limitationso enable the briefing of facilitieso integrate briefing data with BIM’so generate reportsanalysis of brief vs designo analysis of brief vs. designo some functionality beyond designo or the ability to export data downstream
  14. 14. SPT main playersp yA – Affinity (Trelligence)B – BuildingOneC – CodeBookC CodeBookD – dRofus
  15. 15. Noteworthy…y_Project SizeI t ti l U_International Use_Years of Operation_BIM Interoperability_Organizational Size
  16. 16. Common groundg_Each do many similar thingsA 75% l_Approx 75% overlap_Each has a unique point of difference_Each has a bi-directional link to BIMF d th i t t_Focus on rooms and their content_Drive brief information into BIM_Analyse the design against the brief
  17. 17. Overview Process (dRofus)( )The iterative process of client requirement managementp q gStandardized Requirements modelExchange and present requirements in design toolExchange and compare design to requirementsExchange and compare design to requirementsDeviations trigger one of the following actions:> Update design> Update requirements> Present deltaAt handover Requirement=Design=As BuiltAll data exchange using open buildingSMART standardsg g p g
  18. 18. Detailed Workflow - SD
  19. 19. Detailed Workflow - DD
  20. 20. Detailed Workflow - CD
  21. 21. Typical / traditional deliverablesyp /
  22. 22. buildingSMARTg
  23. 23. Standard Pack of Deliverables> 1:200 Generic Room Keyplan> 1:50 Generic Room Layout Sheets (relevant to dept)> Generic Room Data Sheets (relevant to dept)> Generic Room Data Sheets (relevant to dept)> 1:100 GA setout plans> 1:50 FF&E plans (key rooms for user review)> 1:50 RLS drawings (key room for user review)> Schedule of Accommodation (department)> Room Data Sheets (key rooms for review in meeting)> RDS excel extract (update in meeting, rather than markup)> FF&E S h d l> FF&E Schedule
  24. 24. Revit considerationsData Author –BIM or SPT?BIM or SPT?Map it out andmake sure theteam know
  25. 25. Shared or Systemyb lSystem parameters – built in, for specific usesShared parameters – user defined, do anything!
  26. 26. CategoriesgYou may also choose tot i huse categories such asCommunication Devices,Data Devices, FireAlarm available withinAlarm... available withinthe Building Design Suite
  27. 27. Unique selling pointq g pAffinity – planning moduleBuildingOne FM solutionBuildingOne – FM solutionCodeBook – works with multipledesign toolsdRofus – accessibilityy
  28. 28. Roles
  29. 29. Deliverables & Programmeg
  30. 30. Issuing ProcessgINTEGRAL PART OF DESIGN PROCESS_UPDATING / SYNCHRONISATION_QA CHECKINGPRODUCTION OF INFORMATION_PRODUCTION OF INFORMATION_PDF’ing_UPLOADING
  31. 31. Implementation challengesp g
  32. 32. _BRIEF CAPTURECONCEPTUAL PLANNING_CONCEPTUAL PLANNING_EASE OF USE_AREA ANALYSISBIM INTEGRATION_BIM INTEGRATION_INFORMATION MANAGEMENT_EQUIPMENT VALIDATION_ADDITIONAL SERVICES / FEES_EXPORT TO COBie / FM_ACCESS FROM MOBILE DEVICES
  33. 33. Advice?Get training or embed a specialist in your team_Get training, or embed a specialist in your team_Shoot the content re-designers, re-namer, that over model, over complicate...._Know your project delivery requirements, define the deliverables, their format etc..._define roles and define the Data Author_Design what is importantTechnology doesn’t stop bad work_Technology doesn t stop bad work
  34. 34. RTC slides from the past…
  35. 35. RTC slides from the past…
  36. 36. Questions?Questions?Chris Razzell HASSELL

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