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Building information modelling - redefining the role of the project manager: Adrian Malone


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Presentation at Building Information Modelling - redefining the role of the project manager. Conference from the APM Knowledge SIG, 27th March 2014, University of Salford

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Building information modelling - redefining the role of the project manager: Adrian Malone

  1. 1. Building Information Modelling APM
  2. 2. Chair’s Welcome BIM: Re-defining the role of the project manager. APM Knowledge SIG • House keeping • Mobile phones – off or silent • Twitter: #APMBIM
  3. 3. UK Government Strategy May 2011 Sep 2011 July 2013 BIM is a formal requirement for all centrally procured government construction projects by 2016.
  4. 4. Construction 2025
  5. 5. Why Change?– Public Sector  Use of co-ordinated project information should be a contractual requirement  Government project sponsors should have sufficient expertise to fulfil their roles effectively  A productivity target of 30% real cost reduction by the year 2000 should be launched  Annual reductions of 10% of cost and construction time... Defects in projects should be reduced by 20% per year  ...Government to commit itself to becoming best practice clients seeking improvement in efficiency and quality  Promising developments... New technology such as 3D object orientated modelling... Latham, 1994 Egan, 1998
  6. 6. Latham (1994) “There is an increasing (if sometimes reluctant) acceptance that Project Management, and a separate discipline of Project Managers, are permanent and growing features of the construction scene.”
  7. 7. Egan(1998) “at the project manager level, we see a need for training in integrating projects and leading performance improvement, from conception to final delivery.”
  8. 8. So... What is BIM?
  9. 9.  ‘Building Information Modelling (BIM) is both a new technology and a new way of working.  ‘BIM involves much more than simply implementing new software. It is a different way of thinking’  ‘BIM combines technology with new working practices to improve the quality of the delivered product and also improve the reliability, timeliness and consistency of the process.’ What is BIM? RICS Definition RICS
  10. 10. New Technology  Use of 3D models shared across supply chain team  Design and construction information embedded into objects within the model  Sophisticated analysis possible
  11. 11. Structured Information  Information stored within objects in the model can be viewed used for analysis and reporting
  12. 12. A New Way of Working
  13. 13. A New Way of Working Level 0 • Working with 2D CAD Drawings • Other project information in written documents
  14. 14. A New Way of Working Level 1 • May still using CAD, sometimes 3D drawings / simple models • Introducing structured project information • Introducing structured co-ordination processes
  15. 15. A New Way of Working Level 2 • Shift to 3D model with integrated attribute information • Separate model files for architecture, structural, M&E etc • Much project information now embedded in the model • Structured processes for co-ordination essential
  16. 16. A New Way of Working Level 3 • Single shared model across project team • Single version of the truth • Structured process to manage co-ordination of information • Integration project insurance, fully collaborative
  17. 17. MEP Consultant Structural Engineer Architect  Models worked on separately by each member of the project team Level 2 BIM With thanks to Associated Architects
  18. 18.  BIM is not limited to new assets  BIM is not limited to the design phase  BIM is not limited to buildings  BIM is not just for big projects Where and When to Use BIM
  19. 19. BIM can be applied to projects of any size, across all phases of the lifecycle and to all types of built asset. Where and When to Use BIM
  20. 20. BIM BIM for PM’s - Not yet on the radar?
  21. 21. BIM BIM for PM’s - Another thing to juggle?
  22. 22. Case Study HMYOI Cookham Wood
  23. 23. Cookham Wood - Ministry of Justice  Key custodial establishment for the South East  A new house block housing 180 young offenders  Associated education building
  24. 24. Cookham Wood - Ministry of Justice  Project now complete  Two Stage Open Book with the adoption of BIM, Project Bank Accounts and Government Soft Landings  20% cost reduction achieved benchmarked against similar projects  Library of standard components with associated data produced which will be re-used on future MOJ projects  Lessons and experience were fed into the development of PAS1192-2
  25. 25. Case Study Documentation Available from
  26. 26. Project Process BIM Process How did PM’s role change?
  27. 27. BIM Client Requirements Standards Software Platforms Stake- holders BIM Deliverables Managing Change Co- ordinates Planning the work and data segregation File Security Level of Detail H+S Know what you want from BIM
  28. 28. Lessons from Cookham Wood  In order to incorporate BIM, the client requirements and processes have to be carefully understood  Alignment between BIM processes and wider project processes is needed. The MOJ undertook a comprehensive review of the internal processes used to operate it’s projects.  The EIR should be explicit about which of the ten ‘Client’s Strategic Purposes’ the COBie* data will be used for.  The brief and the BIM Clients Information Requirements need to be written in plain English with no ambiguity. Selected Lessons: * COBie = Construction Operations Building Information Exchange
  29. 29. The BIM Process
  30. 30. Key Documents – PAS 1192 Part 2
  31. 31. PAS1192-2 Process Cycle CAPEX START New project Survey of Existing Assets (Assessment) Prepare Employer’s Information Requirements (EIR) Summary:- • Describes information exchange and collaborative working requirements • Forms part of employer’s requirements • To be incorporated in supplier Project Execution Plan • Where possible base on CIC Scope of Services Procurement
  32. 32. The EIR
  33. 33. PAS1192-2 Process Cycle EXECUTION Procurement Prepare BIM Execution Plan (BEP) Summary:- • Demonstrates supplier’s approach, capability, capacity and competence to delivery of EIR • Likely to be developed in two phases, pre- and post-contract award • Post-contract is re-submitted to include contributions from whole of supply chain capability and Master Information Delivery Plan (MIDP) Contract Award
  34. 34. PAS1192-2 Process Cycle DELIVERY Contract Award Prepare Master Information Delivery Plan (MIDP) Summary:- • Facilitates management of the delivery of the project • Consists of everything requested in the EIR plus information needed for management of the project and project documentation, along with standard method and procedure and specification of IT solutions and data exchange formats. Mobilization
  35. 35. PAS1192-2 Process Cycle PRODUCTION Mobilization Project Information Model (PIM) Summary:- • Project delivered through detailed design and construction and on to handover • Common Data Environment continually updated and at defined COBIE data drop stages • At Level 2 BIM the PIM is likely to be a set of federated models along with associated non-graphical data and documentation Opex Start
  36. 36. PAS1192-2 Process Cycle OPEX START Production Asset Information Model (AIM) Summary:- • PAS1192-2 recommends COBIE- UK-2012 be used for information exchange to create the AIM • Government Soft Landings (GSL) provides a mechanism to support effective handover of the asset into operational use Assessment
  37. 37. The BIM Process – Data Drops Strategic Definition Preparation and Brief Concept Design Developed Design Technical Design Handover and Close Out In Use 1 To proceed 2 To procure 3 To construct 4 To accept handover 5 To monitor performance Project Stage (RIBA 2013) Client Decision Construction
  38. 38. Where to learn more
  39. 39. Adrian Malone Head of BIM and Knowledge Management Faithful+Gould 0113 306 6884 @adrianmalone