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BIM Interoperability - Andrew Bellerby

  1. 1. New Processes and InteroperabilityAndrew Bellerby, Managing Director, Tekla UK OpenBIM Learning Xchange/ 15th May 2012 / Andrew Bellerby
  2. 2. Tekla BIM software Accurate and data-rich 3D environment Highly detailed as-built building information models providing constructible data. Specialized solutions and configurations for: – Main contractors – Structural engineers – Steel detailers and fabricators – Precast and cast in-situ concrete detailers and manufacturers New FREE application for model-based project collaboration and communication between all project disciplines
  3. 3. Structural Steel
  4. 4. StructuralEngineering
  5. 5. Concrete
  6. 6. ConstructionManagement
  7. 7. Comprehensive BIM solution SALES MODELS, TENDER CONSTRUCTION DETAILING & VISUALIZATIONS QUANTITIES SIMULATION DRAWINGS REPORTS & BENDING SCHEDULESINSTALLATION - DELIVERY COORDINATION PRODUCTION INTEGRATION SUBCONTRACTOR SITE AND DELIVERY CHANGE A&D MODELS COORDINATION SCHEDULING MANAGEMENT
  8. 8. Trimble Corporate Overview Founded in 1978 Market Focus – Construction & Surveying – Agriculture, Mapping & GIS – Mobile Workers Leader in positioning, alignment and control technologies – GPS positioning technology – Robotic optical total stations – Task focused field software – 3D machine control Annual Revenue >$1.5B Number of Employees ~5300 in 26 countries Track record of consistent financial performance Publicly traded on Nasdaq (TRMB)
  9. 9. Trimble’s Vertical Construction Portfolio
  10. 10. …. And the Latest Acquisition
  11. 11. Design BIM vs Construction BIM OpenBIM Learning Xchange / 15th May 2012 / Andrew Bellerby
  12. 12. Integrating design with construction Building the Model Building with ModelsOWNER PlanningARCHITECT Architectural Design ENG. CONSULTANT Engineering GENERAL Construction CONTRACTOR Bidding Construction Construction Planning Execution SUBCONTRACTOR Detailing Sub- DETAILER contracting END-USER Operation Design Construction
  13. 13. We transform work process for A-E-C workflow
  14. 14. Design BIM vs Construction BIM
  15. 15. New Processes & Interoperability OpenBIM Learning Xchange / 15th May 2012 / Andrew Bellerby
  16. 16. From drawing based process COST ESTIMATION PROJECT MGMT The building = PROCUREMENT drawings DESIGN & DETAILING QUANTITY MGMT Inconsistent, ambigous, only human readable SUBCONTRACTOR information COORDINATION RESOURCE PLANNNING CHANGE MGMT SITE EXECUTION 12.04.2011 17
  17. 17. to BIM process COST ESTIMATION PROJECT MGMT PROCUREMENT DESIGN & DETAILING QUANTITY MGMT SUBCONTRACTOR COORDINATION RESOURCE PLANNNING CHANGE MGMT SITE EXECUTION 12.04.2011 18
  18. 18. ActuallyArchitecturalStructuralDetailingConstruction… 9.6.2010 Tekla Structures Future Directions / Ville Rousu 19
  19. 19. OpenBIM Concept Native data (Master) Native data IFC BIM software (Master) Read only IFC BIM software Read only The ”Cloud” IFC Basic assumptions: Read only • Master data in applications (native proprietary format) • Applications publish a part of their data as IFC • Only the application that has created and owns data Native data can change it (No roundtrip) (Master) DRUM - Distributed information • IFC model is a collection (combination) of discipline specific models that coexist throughout the project BIM software management BuildingSMART International Conference 2011 Integrated Construction for Sustainable Build
  20. 20. OpenBIM Concept Native data (Master) BIM Viewer Native data (Master) Native data (Master) Planning and scheduling Estimation The ”Cloud” Native data Native data (Master) (Master)Document Management BIM Modeller(s) Native data (Master) Progress Control
  21. 21. ”Cloud” functionality• Transaction based communication – Subscribing to published IFC datasets with incremental updates • Any client can subscribe to any data published by another application, current situation transferred initially and then changes only, as they are published – Workflow type of action transactions with (semi)automatic routing • Eg MEP engineer needs penetrations through structures and requests these from architect and/or structural engineer.• Managing and publishing metadata of and from participating models• Creating, Managing and publishing relationships between objects in the participating models DRUM - Distributed information management BuildingSMART International Conference 2011 Integrated Construction for Sustainable Build
  22. 22. BIM process Example – Penetration Request Mechanical designer and structural designer can see their local and all foreign models – MEP local + Structural IFC – Structural local + MEP IFC Penetration request– MEP designer creates request = reservation object + status information– Structural designer approves request and creates penetration with reservation object– MEP designer adds a pipeline– Modifies the penetration request– Structural designer recognizes the changed request, adjusts the penetration to suit and approves the request
  23. 23. Contractor Owner Fabricator ArchitectStructural Engineer Detailer MEP detailer MEP designer Best in class 12.04.2011 Open BIM Partnering 24
  24. 24. IFC for combining BIM data [Date] 25
  25. 25. New Processes at TheConstruction Site OpenBIM Learning Xchange / 15th May 2012 / Andrew Bellerby
  26. 26. Use The Model on Site
  27. 27. A computer’s view of a jobsite…..
  28. 28. Then the Reality…..“Hey, holdthe end ofthis tape forme….”
  29. 29. Linking the model to site with Trimble Field to Model Model to Field
  30. 30. DR or Prism Lay Out To The Deck
  31. 31. DPR Construction - Formwork $25K Savings from Panel Arrangement AnalysisVertical Horizontal 5/18/2012 32
  32. 32. DPR Construction - Formwork Formwork Layout Drawings and Bills of Material 5/18/2012 33
  33. 33. Crusellin Bridge – BIM Partners City of Helsinki – Owner Skanska Infra – Contractor WSP - Structural engineer Ruukki - Subcontractor, Steel structures Celsa - Subcontractor, Rebars 5/18/2012 34
  34. 34. WSP - Crusellin Bridge, Helsinki, Finland Reinforcements and coastal structures modelled Design drawings produced from Tekla Model 5/18/2012 Amy Farrell, Technical Consultant 35
  35. 35. WSP - Crusellin Bridge, Helsinki, Finland 5/18/2012 Amy Farrell, Technical Consultant 36
  36. 36. Taking The Design BIM ThroughTo ConstructionCase Study – Leadenhall Building BIM Show Live / 10th May 2012 / Andrew Bellerby
  37. 37. Leadenhall Tower – The Cheesegrater
  38. 38. Design for Constructability
  39. 39. To Finish With ….. BIM Show Live / 10th May 2012 / Andrew Bellerby
  40. 40. Thank you!

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