BIM: More than just an Information Model by @fairsnape

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BIM: More than just an Information Model by @fairsnape

  1. 1. more than just an I N F O R M AT I O N MODEL martin brown fairsnape@gmail.com @fairsnape
  2. 2. more than just an I N F O R M AT I O N MODEL Martin Brown Fairsnape + Constructing Excellence Collaborative Working Champion + Chair Lancs Construction Best Practice Club + Co-Founder BE2 martin brown fairsnape@gmail.com @fairsnape
  3. 3. “the total, collaborative andvirtual modelling of allaspects of a facility prior toconstruction, duringconstruction and in use.” Martin Brown
  4. 4. "BIM use requires skills anda mindset that allow us towork productively andeffectively in acollaborative setting" Randy Deutsch
  5. 5. Empire State Building
  6. 6. Ropemaker Place
  7. 7. Source: Rafael Sacks
  8. 8. Factors:Increased building and component complexityNew (unnecessary?) complex building systemsIncreased process complexityIncreased organisation complexityComplex production systems
  9. 9. Ineffective production systems … cause Waste: (MUDA) • Waiting - information, materials, etc.• Reworking• Moving• Work in progress• Over-production• Unnecessary processing• Transfer of materials (double-handling)• Products that do not meet requirement
  10. 10. Typical Project Efficiency Footprint Martin Brown
  11. 11. BIM: a continuation of ourcollaborative working journey
  12. 12. Understand Value Relationships Integrated Working Collaborative Costing Continuous Improvement PeopleBuilding Down Barriers
  13. 13. BUILTENVIRONMENTIMPROVEMENT SUSTAINABILITY COLLABORATIVE WORKING VALUEmartin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  14. 14. BUILTENVIRONMENTIMPROVEMENT SUSTAINABILITY COLLABORATIVE WORKING VALUEmartin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  15. 15. BUILTENVIRONMENTIMPROVEMENT SUSTAINABILITY COLLABORATIVE WORKING VALUEmartin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  16. 16. BUILTENVIRONMENTIMPROVEMENT SUSTAINABILITY COLLABORATIVE WORKING VALUEmartin brown e: fairsnape@gmail.com t: @fairsnape
  17. 17. Poorcommunications at the root of most construction problems?
  18. 18. ... Better communication
  19. 19. How can BIM enablecollaboration with everyone?
  20. 20. Comfortable with paperlessprojects, with sharing digitally
  21. 21. Comfortable with sharing andengaging across social media?
  22. 22. Project Process Control?
  23. 23. Integrating BIM intoexisting process
  24. 24. “getting fed uphearing aboutBIM, BIM, BIM,when no one another industry fad, a brief encounter?r e a l l yunderstands it"
  25. 25. Do you +ZAP energy Do you -SAP energy
  26. 26. Responses to BIM? Architect? Builders? Providers? Facilities Management? Advocates? Services? Government?
  27. 27. There go my people I must find out“ where they are going so I can lead them.” French politician Alexandre Ledru-Rollin
  28. 28. HONDA "everything we dogoes into everything we do"
  29. 29. Virtual Worlds, Games, Second Life "a social dimension to BIM?"
  30. 30. BIM beyond BoundariesThe majority of BIM-related literature and eventshave been focused on technology, not on peoplewho use it. People issues and attitudes are themain impediment to the collaborative workprocesses enabled by the technology. http://www.di.net/articles/bim_beyond_boundaries/Randy Deutsch
  31. 31. BIM beyond BoundariesHuman issues, issues of communication andcollaboration, firm culture, motivation, and workflow— all exacerbated by the advent of BIM into theworkplace — are an even greater challenge thanthe admittedly considerable software applicationand technical problems associated with BIM’s use.http://www.di.net/articles/bim_beyond_boundaries/Randy Deutsch
  32. 32. BIM Constraints 1. Collaborative Mindset 2. Technical Capabilities 3. Maturity of the client 4. Procurement route 5. Programme v model detail
  33. 33. BIM Benefits1. Enhanced collaboration2. Improved project understanding 3. More accurate and efficient cost management4. Virtual design and construction5. Client engagement and relationships6. Elimination of MUDA (waste and non-valueadding activities)
  34. 34. BIM Benefits1. Enhanced collaboration2. Improved project understanding 3. More accurate and efficient cost management4. Virtual design and construction5. Client engagement and relationships6. Elimination of MUDA (waste and non-valueadding activities)
  35. 35. more than just an I N F O R M AT I O N MODEL martin brown fairsnape@gmail.com @fairsnape
  36. 36. THINK BIM www.thinkbim.org Design and PreConstruction Evening events 10th Oct and 7th Nov Conference: 5th Dec 1pm #TBim Tweetchat: 26 Nov 8pm

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