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BimEnable & GeoEnable Overview

At GeoEnable we believe that data & information should be a valued asset, not a liability.

We are passionate about whole life data & Information Management (IM). We work in partnership with our clients to embed Information Governance in efficient and effective business processes for Asset Management and Digital Engineering (BIM).

Our information management consultancy, training, strategic planning and solutions cover all sectors of the Natural and Built Environment.

BimEnable is the Digital Engineering division of GeoEnable.

We provide training, consultancy and implementation services for enterprise asset information management, Digital Construction, Digital Engineering and Building Information Modelling (BIM).

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BimEnable & GeoEnable Overview

  1. 1. Overview to BimEnable & GeoEnable November 2019 Steven EGLINTON Director, BimEnable & GeoEnable
  2. 2. Who are GeoEnable and BimEnable? GeoEnable® was founded in 2008 to act as a independent, trusted advisor helping clients to leverage the power of Insight, Analytics and data visualisation Our work is often underpinned by robust Information Governance (policies, processes, standards and master data management) and Geospatial Solutions We specialise in corporate Information Management (IM), Information Governance, Digital Construction and Digital Engineering (BIM) consultancy and training for physical Asset Management and Built Environment clients. BimEnable is the Digital Engineering and Digital Twin division of GeoEnable.
  3. 3. Who am I? I have a background in Information Management for Geospatial, Built & Natural Environments, Asset Management & Engineering I am focused mainly on the business outcomes, not the data, nor technology alone Improving business processes, writing data standards and business change project management is a key part of what I do now
  4. 4. Current Related Roles Steven Eglinton BSc (Hons), FBCS, FCart.S, MIoD, MIAM, MPWI Director, BimEnable & GeoEnable Chair, BIM4 Infrastructure UK – part of the UK BIM Alliance Principal Tutor in BIM, Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Global Tutor in BIM, British Standards Institution (BSI) Advisor to Orgs such as Cabinet Office, TfL, Network Rail, Skanska
  5. 5. How did I get into Mapping and GIS?
  6. 6. How I got into Asset and Engineering Information Management? Data Source(s) Master Data Management
  7. 7. Essentially it has all been about… Data Sorry wrong one
  8. 8. Developing the management and processes behind data. + Information Management + Insight & Analytics BIM is about project and asset data management and collaboration. Essentially it has all been about… Data
  9. 9. Solutions delivered by BimEnable / GeoEnable Ltd include: • Data Visualisation and Analytics • Mapping / Geospatial Information Solutions (large scale) • Project and Programme Management • BIM Training (business / ISO 19650 level, not technology) • Land Administration and ‘PropTech’ Consultancy • Digital Transformation • Business Change (at departmental / organisation level scale – inc. Transport for London, Cabinet Office, Network Rail, HS1)
  10. 10. Selection of BimEnable / GeoEnable Clients
  11. 11. Training Testimonial Jeremy Hidderley, Principal Consultant at AECOM Ltd • Attendee of one of our BIM courses in 2018 • "I recently attended one of BimEnable's BIM training days, taught by Steven Eglinton. It was a great introduction to BIM... and has certainly given me some actions to take back to the company I work for to ensure that our clients and ourselves are getting the most out of the digital transformation that we're seeing within the engineering industry."
  12. 12. Training Testimonial Carol Lewis-Han, Technical Director at DDC Engineering Solutions Ltd • Attendee of one of our BIM courses in 2015 • "From the course, I learned what BIM is, and what BIM level 2 is about and why BIM needs to be adopted and the challenges. I have had a brief idea about UK Government BIM standards – BS/PAS 1192 suite. And I have also understand the open BIM data standards, e.g. COBie and IFC. • The course also showed me how geospatial is part of BIM as well as metadata and gave me an idea as a Geospatial professional how BIM affects me and what our company and myself needs to do about it. • GeoEnable & BimEnable provide very impressive BIM training. The director Steven Eglinton is extremely knowledgeable and shows real expertise and experience in BIM field, and he is willing to help at all times even after the course. Very pleased with the service and will fully recommend."
  13. 13. Training Testimonial Craig Evenden, Head of Engineering, Construction & BIM at Esri UK • Attendee of one of our BIM courses in 2018 • "I recently attended one of BimEnable's BIM training days along with a number of other Esri UK employees. Steven’s knowledge of BIM is second to none. The course outlined the key principles of BIM before taking a deep dive into Government BIM standards. • This course highlights the role BIM plays in the engineering and construction industry as well as many others. This has helped Esri UK increase its BIM knowledge, while enabling our staff to have detailed conversations with customers when discussing the importance of BIM & GIS workflows”.
  14. 14. We Help You Bridge The Business-Tech Divide PURPOSE People Process Information Technology Business Technology IT Our Services
  15. 15. Notable Central Government Clients for BIM Level 2 and Large scale Digital Transformation • 2017 – Departmental Engagement and Advisor for BIM Level 2 Departmental Support - BIM Level 2 Business as Usual (BaU) • 2018/2019 – Strategic Leadership and Project Management for Digital Transformation for Property (Land & Buildings) Information & Analytics
  16. 16. Geospatial + Engineering & Asset Information Management
  17. 17. Case Study 1 London Underground
  18. 18. Location (‘Where’) Applies to All Asset Groups Civils •Bridges & Structures •Pumps & Drainage •Deep Tunnels •Earth Structures Track Signals Rolling Stock Premises Power Mechanical Services Lifts & Escalators Fire Protection Electrical Depot/Plant Communications • All assets can be visualised in the GIS / mapping tools, when encoded with the correct location codes (linear and non-linear)
  19. 19. Key Asset Information – Location (‘Where’) Where Who WhatWhen Why How • ‘Where’ is the key for context – but, this is granular enough in your Asset Management System (AMS)?
  20. 20. Why ‘Geo-Enable’ Asset Management? Combines AMS and GIS capabilities: • Organise information by location • Facilitate integrated planning • Report project progress • Visualise assets in context • Identify patterns and trends • Validate asset location • Accessibility of CAD and survey information
  21. 21. Performance Indicators (Why) Stakeholders (Who) Owner Asset Components / Segments Location Physical & Spatial Representation Safety Supplier Contract Cost (Project / Operations) Supplier Stock Inventory Fault Stakeholder Change Availability Sustainability Work Plan Asset ID & Description Asset Groups & Type Asset Relationships / Interfaces Asset Properties Operator Other Stakeholders Budgets & Cost Operational Status Ops Event Asset Definition (What) Location (Where) Events (When) Asset Activities (How) Organisation Person Organisation & Person (Who) Others Maintenance Regime Change Work Order (scheduled / unscheduled) Staff Roles Records / Documents Supplier Order Upgrade / Renewal Maintainer Staff Availability Asset Access Common Asset Data Model We help join things up!
  22. 22. Asset Performance - Train Adhesion Study Train Traction and Adhesion Survey
  23. 23. Operational Decision-Making Shows – Aerial Photos, Track Drainage, Bridges, Access Gates Detail of Geographical View of assets (surface)
  24. 24. Operational Response – Pipe overlay used to locate tunnel leak https://www.slideshare.net/ge oenable/geoenabling-asset- management Link to Slides:
  25. 25. Geospatial + large-scale Information and Change Management
  26. 26. Case Study 2 King’s Cross Development, London
  27. 27. Case Study: King’s Cross 27
  28. 28. King’s Cross 28
  29. 29. King’s Cross 29
  30. 30. King’s Cross "The King's Cross project is the largest area of urban redevelopment in Europe and it will include the largest new street in London since Kingsway in 1904; the largest public square since Trafalgar Square in 1845.” Richard Godwin Evening Standard Magazine  An extraordinary part of London is taking shape  50 new buildings, 2 000 new homes, 20 new streets, 10 new public squares, 67 acres (27 ha) , 45 000 people who live, work and study in the area  Read more: http://www.kingscross.co.uk/
  31. 31. Vision for King’s Cross GIS 31 GeoEnable defined a vision and strategy: “King’s Cross GIS: Supporting informed, data-driven decision making – though easy-to-use, standardised, streamlined and integrated information” “Everything happens somewhere”
  32. 32. We needed people to ‘Think Information’, Not Just Maps! GIS Products Plans and Maps Asset Management Reports Business Plan Bidding Material
  33. 33. Example Process - Project Progress 33 Create & Validate MANAGE & SHARE Validate & Check Deep Thought King's Cross Project and Cost Reporting Database GIS Manager Master Plan Cost Plan (MPCP): • Buildings • Infrastructure GIS GIS ‘Shapes’ CAD Manager OK Whole Business Fail
  34. 34. GIS
  35. 35. GIS and BIM Survey + CAD + GIS – Information Discovery
  36. 36. Where Who WhatWhen Why How Where are projects happening? Where are the new assets?
  37. 37. Project Phasing • Time-enabled plans • AKA – scheduling, site logistics • Also offering a ‘common operational picture’
  38. 38. Argent 2012 to 2015 (strategic) King’s Cross Redevelopment - LONDON • It is very important to identify where this sharing can be free and where it should be tightly controlled. Steven Eglinton, from GeoEnable, helped us with reviewing our existing information systems and helped us align them all with optimised business processes. This was absolutely critical. • GeoEnable assisted us with the improvement of information governance and formal processes which in return significantly enhanced access to Argent’s GIS and other information resources.” Lilia Wydra, GIS Manager – Argent (Property Development) Services LLP
  39. 39. King’s Cross Case Study Links Case studies of Asset Information / GIS / BIM Integration READ FULL CASE STUY (PDF): SLIDES: https://www.slideshare.net/geoenable/esri-uk- conf-2013-kings-cross-gis-final VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZnyEKqoZIrg Click Here for Case Study
  40. 40. = Large scale Information Management, Project Management and Change Management Digital Transformation
  41. 41. Case Study 3 Cabinet Office
  42. 42. “The Cabinet Office has a very strong transparency policy and is committed to making data more accessible to the public. Our new GIS application supports that policy by making it far easier for people to find out about available property assets for sale or for rent.“ Find Me Some Government Space
  43. 43. Digital National Asset Register • Proving a strategic view of all Public Sector Property
  44. 44. Cabinet Office 2018 to Present Digital National Asset Register (d-NAR) - UK •Steven is a strategic thinker with great experience in Geospatial. He produced fab outcomes in the initial stages of a large scale geospatial project, winning over hearts and minds of senior leaders and influencing effortlessly a range of stakeholders that led to the project standing on strong foundations. • Steven is a polite, focussed and very intelligent who can operate with ease with all levels of an organisation, and an asset to the teams he works in. Yogesh Babbar Chief Data Officer, Government Property at Cabinet Office
  45. 45. BIM Training & Workshops
  46. 46. BIM Training and Implementation Workshops • We provide BIM Training via: • Our own classroom seminars GeoEnable or BimEnable courses - Globally • Our own online GeoEnable or BimEnable courses - Globally • In-house GeoEnable or BimEnable workshops with our clients – Globally We have developed and delivery training for organisation including: • Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) – UK and Ireland • British Standards Institution (BSI) - Globally
  47. 47. Example: 2015 – present International BIM Training Hong Kong Malaysia Global BSI BIM Training – British Standards Institution (BSI) (2018 to present - WORLDWIDE)
  48. 48. Contact Details Steven EGLINTON BSc (Hons), FBCS, FCart.S, MIoD, MIAM, MPWI Director, BimEnable & GeoEnable Chair, BIM4 Infrastructure UK – part of the UK BIM Alliance Principal Tutor in BIM, Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Global Tutor in BIM, British Standards Institution (BSI) VIDEO – BIM & Geospatial https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MveXhziHzf8
  49. 49. Consultancy | Training | Strategy | Implementation www.bimenable.com | www.geoenable.com CALL US: UK: 0845 224 3951 EMEA: +44 20 8133 4436 AMER: +1 650.265.2636 APAC: +852 8192 464

At GeoEnable we believe that data & information should be a valued asset, not a liability. We are passionate about whole life data & Information Management (IM). We work in partnership with our clients to embed Information Governance in efficient and effective business processes for Asset Management and Digital Engineering (BIM). Our information management consultancy, training, strategic planning and solutions cover all sectors of the Natural and Built Environment. BimEnable is the Digital Engineering division of GeoEnable. We provide training, consultancy and implementation services for enterprise asset information management, Digital Construction, Digital Engineering and Building Information Modelling (BIM).

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