WHO DARES, BIMs or
Handling BIM Risk in Hong Kong
Association for
Project Management
16 July 2013
Who Dares, BIMs
The nature of BIM
Who is involved
Why does it matter
The key risks for Employers,
Consultants & Contractor...
What is BIM?
What is BIM?
Client /
Owner
Architectural
Consultants
Engineering
Consultants
Suppliers
Contractors
What is BIM?
What is BIM?
• Tender
• D&B
• O&M
Purposes
• BIM is not just about the
number of dimensions
• BIM is not a visual model
Mi...
Who BIMs?
Public Sector – aspiration
Private Sector – progress
• HKIBIM
• buildingSMART
• CIC
• HKCA: Vision 2020
Supporti...
Why get involved in BIM?
• Keen competition
• Increasingly sophisticated projects
• Shorter times to complete
Challenges f...
Why get involved in BIM?
• Employers
• Consultants
• Contractors
Some differing perspectives among
contracting parties:
Ke...
BIM between Employer & Consultant
Duty of Care
Ownership
Intellectual Property
Insurance
BIM: Consultants and Sub-Consultants
Professional terms of engagement
Information and reliance
Different BIM models
Duplic...
BIM: Employer and Contractors
Design Responsibility
Standard of care
Model Uptime
Information & Reliance
Coordination & Am...
BIM: Consultants and Contractors
Information & Reliance
Types of Information
Responsibility for inputs
BIM: Employer and Contractors
Information & Reliance
Coordination & Amendment of the BIM
BIM: Employer and Contractors
Information & Reliance
Coordination & Amendment of the BIM
• Design obligation
• Risk of bei...
BIM: Third Party/Contractors/Employer
BIM: Third Party/Contractors/Employer
• Liability to the Employer
• Liability to the purchasers
Issues
• Hedley Byrne v He...
Realising BIM Opportunities
• Plan the BIM Transition
• Identify existing BIM obligations
Embrace the
change
• Reduce cost...
Handling BIM Risks
4105
Pinsent Masons LLP is a limited liability partnership registered in England & Wales (registered number: OC333653) aut...
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Handling BIM Risk in Hong Kong

  1. 1. WHO DARES, BIMs or Handling BIM Risk in Hong Kong Association for Project Management 16 July 2013
  2. 2. Who Dares, BIMs The nature of BIM Who is involved Why does it matter The key risks for Employers, Consultants & Contractors BIM opportunities Managing BIM risks
  3. 3. What is BIM?
  4. 4. What is BIM?
  5. 5. Client / Owner Architectural Consultants Engineering Consultants Suppliers Contractors What is BIM?
  6. 6. What is BIM? • Tender • D&B • O&M Purposes • BIM is not just about the number of dimensions • BIM is not a visual model Misconceptions
  7. 7. Who BIMs? Public Sector – aspiration Private Sector – progress • HKIBIM • buildingSMART • CIC • HKCA: Vision 2020 Supporting BIM International adoption
  8. 8. Why get involved in BIM? • Keen competition • Increasingly sophisticated projects • Shorter times to complete Challenges for infrastructure sector • Increase efficiency • Manage projects: costs and time • Develop brand value BIM is a technological solution
  9. 9. Why get involved in BIM? • Employers • Consultants • Contractors Some differing perspectives among contracting parties: Key drivers for BIM adoption Different perspectives among leading countries
  10. 10. BIM between Employer & Consultant Duty of Care Ownership Intellectual Property Insurance
  11. 11. BIM: Consultants and Sub-Consultants Professional terms of engagement Information and reliance Different BIM models Duplication and the risk of ambiguity
  12. 12. BIM: Employer and Contractors Design Responsibility Standard of care Model Uptime Information & Reliance Coordination & Amendment of the BIM
  13. 13. BIM: Consultants and Contractors Information & Reliance Types of Information Responsibility for inputs
  14. 14. BIM: Employer and Contractors Information & Reliance Coordination & Amendment of the BIM
  15. 15. BIM: Employer and Contractors Information & Reliance Coordination & Amendment of the BIM • Design obligation • Risk of being in control of the BIM • Safety in relying on others’ information • Resolving conflicts and clashes • For how long does the duty to check endure? Issues
  16. 16. BIM: Third Party/Contractors/Employer
  17. 17. BIM: Third Party/Contractors/Employer • Liability to the Employer • Liability to the purchasers Issues • Hedley Byrne v Heller & Partners • D&F Estates v Church Commissioners • Robinson v PE Jones Third Party liability post-BIM
  18. 18. Realising BIM Opportunities • Plan the BIM Transition • Identify existing BIM obligations Embrace the change • Reduce costs & Increase efficiency • Deliver projects on time and on budget • Practice using the BIM process Seize the chance • New BIM capabilities • New client expectations • New added value Differentiate yourself
  19. 19. Handling BIM Risks
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