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Building Smart - Nick Nisbet


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Building Smart - Nick Nisbet

  1. 1. buildingSMART InternationalExploiting BIM – how standards allowyou to take the advantageNick NisbetTechnical CoordinatorbuildingSMART UK & Ireland
  2. 2. buildingSMART InternationalAbout buildingSMART International • Founded in 1995 • 13 Chapters • 24 Countries • Not-for-profit Standards Organization
  3. 3. VisionSustainability by building SMARTERMissionContribute to a sustainable built environment throughSMARTER information sharing and communication usingopen international standards in the building and constructionsector, private and public.OrganizationNot-for-profitInternationally co-ordinated development of standardsActivities mainly in local chapters
  4. 4. Why data not documents ? Sharing … Strategy: Inter-operability » One input, many paths Structured … Management: Check-ability » One input, many checks Information. Productivity: Re-usability » One input, many outputs
  5. 5. Sharing Sharing … Strategy: Inter-operability • One input, many paths• With whom ? • Yourself, • Your colleagues • Project partners and contractors • Clients • Regulators
  6. 6. Structured … BIM IFC B S I U D M B A S M T O I A F S B Structured … T W S A Management: Check-ability A I S R O E • One input, many checks E N RULE CHECK VIEW/BROWSE
  7. 7. Information Information Productivity: Re-usability • One input, many outputs • (courtesy HLN and Bryden Wood)18 May 2012
  8. 8. buildingSMART International is:• A neutral, international and unique organisation supporting open BIM through the life cycle.• We have regional chapters in Europe, North America, Australia, Asia and Middle East.
  9. 9. What we do:• buildingSMART Processes• buildingSMART Data dictionary• buildingSMART Data model• Through activity in our local chapters we provide activities to support implementation of openBIM• You can find more information about us in our Strategic plan.
  10. 10. Standards Sharing … Processes IDM • Repeatability • Process improvement Structured … Product IFC • Facilities and capacity • Information Information … Terms IFD • Objects • Properties and classifications18 May 2012
  11. 11. Three Key Standards BIM is about sharing structured data. • IFC – “Information for Construction” ISO/PAS 16739-2005 – What information can be re-used. – Includes designs, processes, resources, participants. – IFC STEP files and IFC XML files define portable file structures. • IDM – “Information Delivery Manuals” ISO/FDIS 29491-1:2009 – How specific required information exchanges can be documented. – How to capture your requirements for application developers to meet. – Integrates with workflow management • IFD – “International Framework Dictionary” ISO 12006-3:2007 – Catalogues terms and concepts. – Includes multiple languages – Includes proprietary dialects such as “Revit-speak”, “Bentley-speak”
  12. 12. Hypothesis“Government as a client can derive significant improvements in cost, value and carbon performance through the use of open sharable asset information”
  13. 13. Strategic: Owner purposes Purpose Detail BSI Pas 55 referencesP01 Registration of assets to support accurate audit and reporting. This includes GIS, land and address identification 4.5.1a, 4.4.6, 4.6.6, Registration for the facility. It includes spaces and zoning. including stacking or sectoring, and components and systems and typing.P02 Documentation of the intended use, capacity and utilisation of the Facility to support comparisons of actual use 4.5.1b, 4.5.1 i, Use and utilisation and utilisation and portfolio management. It also supports improved briefing for future projects. Includes data for any soft-landings usage reviewP03 Information necessary for the normal operations of the building to support the facility operators and the owner 4.5.1 i,, 4.6.1 Operations to anticipate costs of operations.P04 Information on the recommended maintenance tasks including planned preventative maintenance to support 4.5.1c,,, Maintenance and the facility operators the owner to anticipate costs of maintenance. 4.5.2 repairP05 Information on the reference or expected replacement service life and costs should be available to the facility Replacement operators and to the owner to anticipate costs of maintenance.P06 Information on factors to support the management of the end of use stage, whether resale, tenancy release or 4.5.1d, Assessment and re-use demolition.P07 Economic and environmental (but not social) impacts 4.5.1 iii ImpactsP08 Information to support the on-going evaluation of the business case for ownership of the facility, as required 4.5.1 Business case during the design development gates. Continuously review is the primary driver for the intermediate ‘Drops’.P09 Information to support the management of the security and surveillance of the facility, excluding sensitive 4.4.7 Security and parameters. surveillanceP10 Information to help ensure the health and safety (H&S and CDM) of the users of the facility, such as known issues 4.5.1 iii, 4.6.2, 4.4.8 Regulation and and sub-optimal configurations. Compliance
  14. 14. Assembly relationshipsCOBie Assembly between components and types Facility includes Project, Site Actors and their roles, and Building. including designers, consultants, contractors, sub- contractors and suppliers, Floors are the mandatory spatial structure. warrantors and maintainers. Zones are additional functional groupings of spaces. Documents including briefing, design and submittals Spaces are the functional locations where maintenance and operation occur. Values with name, description, and unit. Components are the physical occurrences. Connections between Type are mandatory components and types products/types used to organise tasks. Systems are additional functional groupings of components Positioning of floors, spaces and components in 3d space. Spares are the physical and jobs are the processes used to maintain and operate the asset. Conflicts between objects, such as between the brief and Resources support the processes. the spaces. Economic, environmental and Impact social impacts by life cycle © 2010 AEC3 Ltd stage © AEC3 2011
  15. 15. COBie: Space Yellow: Purple: Green: Required, Required if linked Requirable Fieldscheckable data with applications (see contract specs) Salmon: Keyed in from other sheets
  16. 16. buildingSMART International UKIAny Questions ?