DProfiler Overview

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  • We represent Beck Technology, a member of the Beck Group of companies You may have heard of the Beck Group, they are an almost 100 year old ENR top 50 GC based in Dallas TX Beck Technology was formed in the mid 1990’s and selling DProfiler the software we are here to show you today since late 2006 DProfiler is an integrated modeling and cost estimating tool aimed at the earliest phases of a project enabling its users to make smarter, better, more informed decisions prior to an owner go/no go decision We currently have around 20% of ENR companies using our technology
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  • Rather frequently as a team, we must begin working together with this level of information. A level of information that is wrought with unknowns, assumption, and variables that will affect the outcome of the project.
  • The red and blue coloring represents the phasing plan associated with the construction of the master plan.
  • Our initial challenge was to define the multiple bldg types represented in the project. Dormitories, classroom bldgs, office/administrative bldgs. Etc. We used these project data sheets to capture high level assumptions with respect to each bldg type and the characteristics that we would find common across similar bldg types. Information such as interior partition ratios, finish types, foundation types, structural types, et.c
  • MRNA Group – evaluates different sites Rather frequently as a team, we must begin working together with this level of information. A level of information that is wrought with unknowns, assumption, and variables that will affect the outcome of the project.
  • DProfiler Overview

    1. 1. Beck Technology Innovation in all Dimensions
    2. 2. <ul><li>Beck Technology Ltd. </li></ul><ul><ul><li>100 year history in AEC </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Patented Software </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>BIM Services </li></ul></ul>Company Overview
    3. 3. Our Technology, DProfiler
    4. 4. <ul><li>DProfiler, in short: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>A Simple Model </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Real Time Cost </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Energy Analysis </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Site Topo Analysis </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Proforma / Real Estate Dashboard </li></ul></ul>Our Technology, DProfiler
    5. 5. Product Position Excel / Innovaya / Timberline Navisworks Revit DProfiler Synchro Field BIM SD | DD | CD | Construction
    6. 6. The Scenario Structure Type? Early involvement… Skin System? … limited information. Interior Finishes? Foundation Type?  …  …
    7. 7. The Challenge Clear Communication… Speed… Accuracy… Transparency… Quality Deliverable…
    8. 8. Our Solution
    9. 9. TIME EFFECT PD SD DD CD PR CA OP EFFORT Original Graphics: Patrick MacLeamy AIA/HOK The Solution Ability to impact project cost Cost associated with change Traditional Design Process Greatest ability to make changes at the lowest cost Preferred Design Process
    10. 10. Examples
    11. 11. Retail Hospitality Office Mixed Use Federal Renovation Medical Municipal Industrial
    12. 12. Master Planning Example
    13. 13. Master Planning Example
    14. 14. DProfiler Model Master Planning Example
    15. 15. Master Planning Example
    16. 16. Master Planning Example
    17. 17. Healthcare Project Example <ul><li>64 Acre Campus </li></ul><ul><li>17 Stories: 300 Feet High </li></ul><ul><li>Patient Tower Length: 600 Feet </li></ul><ul><li>Total Area Campus: 2.7 million Sq. Ft. </li></ul><ul><li>Cost: $1.27 billion </li></ul><ul><li>Approx. 2 weeks working time and 2.5 people </li></ul>
    18. 18. Healthcare Project Example Blended Materials & Related Reports
    19. 19. Healthcare Example Detailed Room Quantity Take-off with “Match Properties” -Define Room Types -Types represent major cost groupings for equipment and finishes OR     Classification Item Number Qty. Formula Floor     Welded Sheet Vinyl Flooring Area S.F. Sheet Vinyl Integral Cove Perimeter L.F. Ceiling     Gypsum Board Ceilings Area S.F. Paint Drywall Ceilings Area S.F. Walls     1 Layer of 5/8&quot; Type &quot;X&quot; Gyp Board WallArea S.F. Lead Lined Gypsum Board 0 S.F. Tape & Bed WallArea S.F. Paint Drywall Partitions - Epoxy Paint Perimeter*9 S.F. Interior Door/Frame/Hardware - 6/0x7/0 w/ vision panels Each Opng. Paint Door & Frame Each Ea. Specialties     Wall Protection, Corner Guards, stainless steel, 16 ga, 3-1/2&quot; leg 4 L.F. R/F Sheilding (Braden Shielding or similar) WallArea/4 S.F. Other     Uni-strut Medical Equipment Support Allowance Each All In-Wall Blocking - Upper Cabinets Perimeter/2 L.F. In-Wall Blocking - Base Cabinets Perimeter/2 L.F. In-Wall Blocking - Miscellaneous Perimeter/2 L.F. Solid Surface Vanity Top Perimeter/2 L.F. Cabinets, wall cabinets Perimeter/2 L.F. Cabinets, base cabinets, not including counter Perimeter/2 L.F.
    20. 20. Renovation Example
    21. 21. Feasibility & Planning Studies
    22. 22. Feasibility & Planning Studies
    23. 23. Non Commercial Examples
    24. 24. Non Commercial Examples
    25. 25. Hospitality
    26. 26. Retail
    27. 27. Mid-Rise
    28. 28. Government
    29. 29. Mixed Use
    30. 30. Why? Conceptual Phase Schematic Phase Design Development Construction Documents Construction Phase Bid Phase Decisions without contractor involvement Value Engineering True Value Engineering, not just cost reduction Resulting Rework
    31. 31. Why?
    32. 32. R&D <ul><li>Revit Plug-In </li></ul><ul><li>Sequencing </li></ul><ul><li>Management Studio </li></ul>DProfiler Revit
    33. 33. Featured Clients http://www.beck-technology.com/2010_usersconference.asp
    34. 34. Next Steps
    35. 35. Thanks. Andy O’Nan (214) 303-6254 Direct [email_address] www.beck-technology.com

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