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Making the difference
Building information modelling
George Mokhtar
Turner & Townsend | APM
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No boundaries
Turner & Townsend | APM
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97%
97%
97%
87%
85%
78%
74%
59%
48%
Contractors get positive results
Turner & Townsend | APM
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4 conditions for success
Looking and thinking ahead
Detailed and tested planning
Unified and def...
Turner & Townsend | APM
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Collaboration?
Turner & Townsend | APM
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Or is it data?
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Objective use of data in decisions
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What changes for us?
 Different forms of appointment
 Project team will include Information Ma...
Turner & Townsend | APM
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Pre contract BIM Execution plan (BEP)/ Post contract BEP
Process management of the BIM developme...
Turner & Townsend | APM
10
Technology (not really)
Barriers to success
Planning (changing with maturity)
Bad experiences
C...
Turner & Townsend | APM
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What changes for our client?
 Greater opportunity to understand and influence the emerging des...
Turner & Townsend | APM
12
Lack of transparency
Client issues
No shared understanding of
processes
Lack of access to infor...
Turner & Townsend | APM
13
Discovery
Response
Implementing shared best practice
Technical development of
transparent proce...
Turner & Townsend | APM
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…to shape the decisions before they are made for our clients
Turner & Townsend | APM
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Objective assurance
Client led information needs
Execution planning
Procurement
Managed deliver...
Turner & Townsend | APM
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…to make the decisions as an informed client, based on live data
Turner & Townsend | APM
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Pitfalls?
 Ownership of data
 Traditional vs BIM scope of services
 Misalignment of emerging...
Turner & Townsend | APM
18
Key decisions?
 Extent of high level requirements
 Your programme for adoption
 Phased and p...
Turner & Townsend | APM
19
No longer an advantage to ’DO BIM’……
Turner & Townsend | APM
20
Let’s start a ’conversation’……
#APMBIM
Making the difference
@GeorgeMokhtar
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Building information modelling _George Mokhtar

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George Mokhtar discusses how the role of the project manager is affected by BIM, offers tips and tricks, and provides a client perspective regarding the implementation of BIM.

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Building information modelling _George Mokhtar

  1. 1. Making the difference Building information modelling George Mokhtar
  2. 2. Turner & Townsend | APM 2 No boundaries
  3. 3. Turner & Townsend | APM 3 97% 97% 97% 87% 85% 78% 74% 59% 48% Contractors get positive results
  4. 4. Turner & Townsend | APM 4 4 conditions for success Looking and thinking ahead Detailed and tested planning Unified and defined understanding Honest and humble self assessment
  5. 5. Turner & Townsend | APM 5 Collaboration?
  6. 6. Turner & Townsend | APM 6 Or is it data?
  7. 7. Turner & Townsend | APM 7 Objective use of data in decisions
  8. 8. Turner & Townsend | APM 8 What changes for us?  Different forms of appointment  Project team will include Information Manager, BIM Leader and Facilities Manager  Workflows and processes when implementing a BIM Execution Plan  Employer Information Requirements defined at earlier stages  Information will be delivered in a different format, changing the data extraction and control methodologies  More detailed design information control, which can be largely automated
  9. 9. Turner & Townsend | APM 9 Pre contract BIM Execution plan (BEP)/ Post contract BEP Process management of the BIM development and digital information Common data environment (CDE) Central source of information - shared & coordinated data PQQ - BIM capability assessment Set up the right team - assess the supply chains BIM capability CIC BIM Protocols Provides a contractual mechanism to operate in a collaborative BIM environment Employers information requirements (EIR) Defines the clients project and BIM objectives Asset information requirements (AIR) Defines the clients data and information requirements of the organization in relation to the asset(s) Organisational information requirements (OIR) Defines the clients information required to achieve the organization’s objectives Project Way (control) Contract Assessment Information Management Process Management
  10. 10. Turner & Townsend | APM 10 Technology (not really) Barriers to success Planning (changing with maturity) Bad experiences Cultural change
  11. 11. Turner & Townsend | APM 11 What changes for our client?  Greater opportunity to understand and influence the emerging design  Obliged to define information requirements and format in earlier project stages  Obliged to manage information or appoint an external information manager  May have to invest in training and technology to engage with the team  Consider how to interface with existing and developing asset data  Consultant fee profiles may change to accommodate additional work up front
  12. 12. Turner & Townsend | APM 12 Lack of transparency Client issues No shared understanding of processes Lack of access to information Low confidence in BIM and high risk exposure
  13. 13. Turner & Townsend | APM 13 Discovery Response Implementing shared best practice Technical development of transparent processes Independent verification and assurance Acting as an intelligent client Creating a collaborative approach through technology
  14. 14. Turner & Townsend | APM 14 …to shape the decisions before they are made for our clients
  15. 15. Turner & Townsend | APM 15 Objective assurance Client led information needs Execution planning Procurement Managed delivery Operational transition 5x5 assurance Completeness Commonality & design management Level of development Quality & coordination Model Data Commercial metrics
  16. 16. Turner & Townsend | APM 16 …to make the decisions as an informed client, based on live data
  17. 17. Turner & Townsend | APM 17 Pitfalls?  Ownership of data  Traditional vs BIM scope of services  Misalignment of emerging terminology  Gaps in responsibility  Cultural habits and reluctance to change  Reverting to a traditional process and silo mentality  Gateway approval and technical compliance reporting  Ability to interface with data
  18. 18. Turner & Townsend | APM 18 Key decisions?  Extent of high level requirements  Your programme for adoption  Phased and prioritised approach for interfacing with clients  Pilot project  Accountability for implementation management  What is your policy
  19. 19. Turner & Townsend | APM 19 No longer an advantage to ’DO BIM’……
  20. 20. Turner & Townsend | APM 20 Let’s start a ’conversation’…… #APMBIM
  21. 21. Making the difference @GeorgeMokhtar

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