Change the Way We build - Part 3


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Change the Way We build - Part 3

  1. 1. Change the Way We Build –Part 3Integrate & Use of Geospatial Data (GIS)& Building Information Modeling (BIM)
  2. 2. Business OpportunityLAND BANK“X” acres (x1 + x2 + x3 + x4) PROPOSED BUILD AREALeased Land – X1 acres “Y” Sq. Feet (Y1 + Y2 + Y3 + Y4 + Y5)Project Lands – X2 acresSEZ / Township Area – X3 acres Project 1 – Y1 Sq. FeetOthers – X4 acres Project 2 – Y2 Sq. Feet Project 3 – Y3 Sq. Feet Project 4 – Y4 Sq. Feet Project 5 – Y5 Sq. FeetIn INFRASTRUCTURE Business• Project Overruns• Cost OverrunsFundamentally, IMPACT• Cash Flow• Return on Investment (ROI)• Net Profit
  3. 3. End-to-End Product SolutionAutomate Land •Digitize existing Land Bank parcels using GIS technologyBank Records •Build a SINGLE Data Warehouse Integrate GIS Data around the information generated to Land Bank Records •Use Data Mining to extract necessary information from the Data Warehouse Build BIM Models for Building / Project on the Land Parcel(s) Manage Facility • Software Development • GIS Data Preparation and attaching relevant data to Land Parcels • Centralized of ALL Building Drawings and Layouts (Physical Activity) • Data Gathering / Cleansing • Categorization • Digitization wherever required • Creation of Centralized Data Warehouse and Integration of GIS Data • Convert 2D drawings and layouts into BIM Models • BIM as Facility Management Tool
  4. 4. End-to-End Product SolutionAutomate LandBank Records Data Integrate GIS Data to Land Bank Records Data Facilitates Integrated Project Build BIM Models for Delivery Approach Building / Project on the Land Parcel(s) Manage Facility Integrate with Transaction Systems Transactional / Transactional Data and Functional Entries in ERP Product Reports
  5. 5. BIM in Real Estate 1 Effort/effect 2 4 3 1 Ability to affect costs and functional capabilities 2 Cost of design changes 3 Traditional design process effort distribution 4 BIM enhanced design process effort Patrick McLeamy, President of IAI distributionSlide courtesy of C. Eastman
  6. 6. Notional BIM Project Cost Saving Curve in Real Estate Procurement Stage Execution Stage Project Delivery Selection StageConception Stage Design Stage Construction Documents Stage Utilization Closure Stage Stage Optimized approach with virtual modeling and analysis with reduced change orders & delivery time and lower operating and sustainment costs Typical approach failing to do routine maintenance and having to replace items earlier and more often Typical design/build approach with required maintenance The savings we can currently experience with faster delivery and fewer change orders The yet untapped $avings IAI “BuildingSMART” model supports lifecycle data Copyrights: NIBS 2007
  7. 7. BIM in the Lifecycle of a Project KNOWLEDGEFEEDBACK Copyrights: NIBS 2007
  8. 8. Integrated GIS & BIMTheatre / World Country Geospatial Installation / Region Information State / Province (GIS) District / Takula City Site Real Property Asset Land / Parcel Facility / Built Building System Sub-Systems Space Components Level Overlay Room Structure System Sub-Systems Space Components Level Overlay Room Building information Linear Structure (Building Information Node Segment Models) Copyrights: NIBS 2007
  9. 9. GIS & BIM Services  BIM-based Scenario Planning System  Road & Basic Infrastructure Planning  Landscape Information Modeling ◦ Virtual Modeling ◦ Mock ups  Large-scale Asset Management  Identify Location for Retail Stores  Location Analysis  Tailoring Product Offering to Customers on Shop-to- Shop Basis  Facility Management
  10. 10. Next Step To know more or Initiate a discussion on “BIM & GIS Integration” for your esteemed business Please send in your views / comments to OR Call on +919665037357
  11. 11. THANK YOU