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Increasing the uptake of BIM
- New Zealand Approach
The Building and Construction Sector Productivity Partnership
Chris Ka...
Increasing the uptake of BIM
in New Zealand - An Update
1) The Productivity Partnership – why, who, what
2) The Workstream...
The Productivity Partnership
• Established in February 2011 to address low
productivity in the sector
• Collaboration betw...
Construction productivity is lagging
Ian Page, BRANZ
Partnership aims
• Focus is to build the value of New Zealand’s
building and construction sector
– Productive, safe and pr...
Mud on the boots approach
Productivity will improve when
we get the right people with the right tools doing the right
stuf...
• Sole Traders
• Sub-Contactors
• Franchise
Arrangements
• Private companies • Public companies
• Commercial J.V’s
• PPP’s...
We’ve got a bit more volatility
than other economies
Data: OECD, Source: Ian Page, BRANZ
Importance to NZ Inc
• 90% of NZ household wealth is held in housing
• 50% of building work ($50k+) results in disagreemen...
Pipeline of work by major type
of client
0
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
900
1000
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 ...
Historic National Capacity
$-
$500,000
$1,000,000
$1,500,000
$2,000,000
$2,500,000
$3,000,000
$3,500,000
$4,000,000
Quarte...
Initiatives update
Workstreams Purpose Progress
Ways to improve labour
productivity and skills
• Skills Strategy launched
...
BIM Acceleration Strategy,
An Update
• Strategy is to support and give profile to early
adopters
–Then to build a case/not...
Change models
• The Partnership is the start of a change
programme
Platform for change
Technical Implementation Issues
• BIM uptake in New Zealand is low
• Shortage of trained BIM practitioners
• Works better ...
Non-technical Implementation
Issues
• Clients are not sure whether to commit $$
–Lack of NZ-specific case studies
• Wall o...
Partnership forward work
• NZ BIM guide on the way
–For practitioners
–Updated, NZ version of Australian guide
–Produced b...
Procurement holds the key
• Significant effort being put into lifting
capability in procurement
–Self-assessment tool for ...
Procurement
Construction
Procurement
Excellence
Resource
Sharing
Best (Better)
Practice
Communication
Education
Oversight
...
Christchurch rebuild
• The largest single construction “project” in
the southern hemisphere
–Have established a procuremen...
Total pipeline – forward and back
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
1400
1600
1800
2000
Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q...
Scheduling of projects
KEY: DESIGN TENDER CONSENT CONSTRUCTION
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
109 ...
Other commentary
• 6 RFPs in a week
• 4 clients on GETS for PM services
• $900m of construction starts within 3 months of ...
Other Initiaitves
• Three other initiatives will rely on BIM
–GeoBuild
–Better Public Services “Result Area 9”
–Canterbury...
GeoBuild STRATEGIC OUTCOMES
A national information exchange framework that
digitises building, geographical and environmen...
THE GeoBuild PROGRAMME
There are three initial components to GeoBuild:
Implementing a
National Online
Consenting System
Ac...
BUILDING INFORMATION
MODELLING
Infrastructure
Modelling
Building
Modelling
Precinct
Modelling
Environment
Modelling
National
Online
Consenting
System
LOC...
NATIONAL ONLINE CONSENTING
CONSENTING
• 69 BCAs
• Inconsistency of interpretation and process
• Delays in consent processing
• Burdensome logistics (...
INTEROPERABILITY
Utilities - Water
GeoTech
Utilities – Gas/Electricity
Location I.D
Building Construction
Consent Informat...
OTHER PERSPECTIVES
• Certainty and consistency of outcome
• Innovation without undue compliance burden
• Reduced search cost - standards base...
“Result 9”
• NZ businesses have a one-stop online shop
for all government advice and support
–Target: Business costs from ...
Forward Works Spatial Co-ordination
Project
• Aims to develop a shared view of horizontal
infrastructure repair and built ...
Timing Drives Actions
Phase 1
Phase 2
Phase 3
OLC
BIM
Comm
BIM
Res
GSI
Process
automation
Process
integration
Common
Digit...
Conclusion
• Numerous opportunities to benefit from the
increased use of BIM
• We will continue to support and profile the...
Thank You
The Partnership’s resources are available online
www.buildingvalue.co.nz
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  1. 1. Increasing the uptake of BIM - New Zealand Approach The Building and Construction Sector Productivity Partnership Chris Kane - Manager
  2. 2. Increasing the uptake of BIM in New Zealand - An Update 1) The Productivity Partnership – why, who, what 2) The Workstreams 3) BIM Acceleration – why and how 4) Barriers – trample or dodge 5) Contributing initiatives
  3. 3. The Productivity Partnership • Established in February 2011 to address low productivity in the sector • Collaboration between industry organisations and government • Four work streams: Skills, Evidence, Procurement and Construction Systems
  4. 4. Construction productivity is lagging Ian Page, BRANZ
  5. 5. Partnership aims • Focus is to build the value of New Zealand’s building and construction sector – Productive, safe and profitable – Deliver good quality homes and buildings – Provide a foundation for strong communities and a prosperous economy • Goal: 20% increase in productivity by 2020 20%/2020 ≈ 2% GDP  ≈ $2.6 billion
  6. 6. Mud on the boots approach Productivity will improve when we get the right people with the right tools doing the right stuff we use a lot of low skill labour, don’t use our capital wisely and quality isn’t a key driver Industry leader’s definition, 2011
  7. 7. • Sole Traders • Sub-Contactors • Franchise Arrangements • Private companies • Public companies • Commercial J.V’s • PPP’s One size does not fit all
  8. 8. We’ve got a bit more volatility than other economies Data: OECD, Source: Ian Page, BRANZ
  9. 9. Importance to NZ Inc • 90% of NZ household wealth is held in housing • 50% of building work ($50k+) results in disagreements or disputes (DBH Research, 2010) • Leaky building syndrome has damaged the reputation of the sector – PwC estimate ≈ $11.3 billion cost to repair • The collapse of 50 finance companies since 2006 ≈ $6 billion • Remedial earthquake strengthening of national building stock • Cabinet estimate ≈ $1.7 billion cost to strengthen • Christchurch rebuild • Current estimates between $32 billion and $40 billion
  10. 10. Pipeline of work by major type of client 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1000 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 NumberofProjectsperquarter ConstructionExpenditureperQuarter($mil) Construction by Project Types Council as a client Govt as a client Horizontal Infrastructure Other Buildings Residential Roading Project Count
  11. 11. Historic National Capacity $- $500,000 $1,000,000 $1,500,000 $2,000,000 $2,500,000 $3,000,000 $3,500,000 $4,000,000 QuarterlyExpenditure Building work put in place per Quarter Rest of NZ - Non Res Rest of NZ - Res Auckland - Non- Res Auckland - Res Canterbury - Non Res Canterbury - Res
  12. 12. Initiatives update Workstreams Purpose Progress Ways to improve labour productivity and skills • Skills Strategy launched • Implementation plan being rolled out Research as a tool to target and improve productivity • KPIs, targets and statistics • Research Action Plan implementation Changes to procurement processes to improve productivity and quality •Auckland Procurement Forum •Canterbury Procurement Forum •Centre of expertise Ways to improve on the productivity on construction and system • National Pipeline •Segmentation of market/process mapping • Building Information Modelling Skills Evidence Procurement Construction Systems
  13. 13. BIM Acceleration Strategy, An Update • Strategy is to support and give profile to early adopters –Then to build a case/not for government to assist with incentives • Primary focus is on large projects –Target key influencers on client decisions –QS, PM, Designers, Contractors –Follow the money!
  14. 14. Change models • The Partnership is the start of a change programme Platform for change
  15. 15. Technical Implementation Issues • BIM uptake in New Zealand is low • Shortage of trained BIM practitioners • Works better when there is a single project BIM provider; so ‘Turnkey’, ‘Design and Build’ and ‘PPP’ commercial project structures are better suited to BIM than design-bid-build • Different BIM software suites do not necessarily ‘talk’ to each other
  16. 16. Non-technical Implementation Issues • Clients are not sure whether to commit $$ –Lack of NZ-specific case studies • Wall of work –No need/time to change how things are done • Procurement practices still discourage forming the team early –Client instincts are still towards open tender
  17. 17. Partnership forward work • NZ BIM guide on the way –For practitioners –Updated, NZ version of Australian guide –Produced by NatSpec • BIM Client Guide on the way –For clients, answering some of the questions about “why should I pay for BIM?”
  18. 18. Procurement holds the key • Significant effort being put into lifting capability in procurement –Self-assessment tool for clients –Sharing of critical forward workload information –Consolidation of government procurement responsibility in Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment –Creation of Centre of Expertise
  19. 19. Procurement Construction Procurement Excellence Resource Sharing Best (Better) Practice Communication Education Oversight Forward Programme Industry Structure Other Regions Auckland Canterbury Defining Better Practice, Benchmarking On-line model for Client and Constructor Pipeline Coord. Effort Proc. Initiatives Fragmentation Aggregation Standardisation Minimum, Standards Best Practice Guidelines: Project/proc. Mgt On-line guides for SME builders
  20. 20. Christchurch rebuild • The largest single construction “project” in the southern hemisphere –Have established a procurement forum for clients to discuss forward work – currently a serious overload is looming –Need to change how projects are brought to market, and how they are to be managed –Centre of Expertise will grow first within the Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority
  21. 21. Total pipeline – forward and back 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 1600 1800 2000 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 Q1 Q3 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 QuarterlyConstructinon($mil) Historic and Projected Quarterly Construction in Canterbury Historic Non-Residential Historic Residential Non-Residential Escalated Residential Excalated Projected Horizontal Projected Non-Residential Projected Residential
  22. 22. Scheduling of projects KEY: DESIGN TENDER CONSENT CONSTRUCTION 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022 109 Headline Projects 10 Lead Agencies
  23. 23. Other commentary • 6 RFPs in a week • 4 clients on GETS for PM services • $900m of construction starts within 3 months of each other • Over $4.1bn of work from inception to start by Q1 2015 • Project phasing provided in isolation • Appetite for collaboration?
  24. 24. Other Initiaitves • Three other initiatives will rely on BIM –GeoBuild –Better Public Services “Result Area 9” –Canterbury Forward Works Spatial Coordination project
  25. 25. GeoBuild STRATEGIC OUTCOMES A national information exchange framework that digitises building, geographical and environmental data and information. GeoBuild promotes open, standards based and reusable information: • within the built environment • and ultimately the whole environment Consistent with both Australian and New Zealand Governments recognition that there is synergy between building and spatial information, e.g. the Foundation Spatial Data Framework More information can be found here: http://spatial.gov.au/anzlic/foundation-data-themes
  26. 26. THE GeoBuild PROGRAMME There are three initial components to GeoBuild: Implementing a National Online Consenting System Accelerating the use of Building Information Modelling Enhanced local and national location based information and Building modelling data – the interoperability layer BETTER LOCATION KNOWLEDGE
  27. 27. BUILDING INFORMATION MODELLING
  28. 28. Infrastructure Modelling Building Modelling Precinct Modelling Environment Modelling National Online Consenting System LOCATION INFORMATION
  29. 29. NATIONAL ONLINE CONSENTING
  30. 30. CONSENTING • 69 BCAs • Inconsistency of interpretation and process • Delays in consent processing • Burdensome logistics (e.g. hard copy) • Difficult to monitor and measure BCA activity • Difficult to collate and analyse national data sets • Fragmented approach by BCAs in use of IT • Sector and Applicant demand for Online • Rate payers demand for Digital
  31. 31. INTEROPERABILITY Utilities - Water GeoTech Utilities – Gas/Electricity Location I.D Building Construction Consent Information Enable layering of datasets linked to individual locations Shared transaction platforms and processes through data interoperability Providing an easily accessible, and more complete and accurate/reliable, picture of land-based property information A cross-government vision for location- based property information.
  32. 32. OTHER PERSPECTIVES
  33. 33. • Certainty and consistency of outcome • Innovation without undue compliance burden • Reduced search cost - standards based • Reduce cost & time for building projects • Robust framework for sharing information • More efficient use of scarce resources. KEY BENEFITS
  34. 34. “Result 9” • NZ businesses have a one-stop online shop for all government advice and support –Target: Business costs from dealing with government will reduce by 25 per cent by 2017, through a year-on-year reduction in effort required to work with agencies. –Target: Government services to business will have similar key performance ratings as leading private sector firms by July 2017, and businesses will be able to contribute to this through an online feedback system from July 2013 –Major cross-government exercise
  35. 35. Forward Works Spatial Co-ordination Project • Aims to develop a shared view of horizontal infrastructure repair and built environment construction plans and activities. –Expect to see reduced conflicts, costs, and delays to repair infrastructure, and repair or rebuild of residential and commercial buildings –meaning a faster economic recovery and enhanced community wellbeing –Aims to ultimately use BIM data to inform GIS data already being collected for the city.
  36. 36. Timing Drives Actions Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 OLC BIM Comm BIM Res GSI Process automation Process integration Common Digital Data use T i m i n g Interoperability of data underpins GeoBuild optimisation
  37. 37. Conclusion • Numerous opportunities to benefit from the increased use of BIM • We will continue to support and profile the early adopters –Provide resources –Publicise benefits –Join the dots • Work inside government to build the evidence base for incentives to use BIM
  38. 38. Thank You The Partnership’s resources are available online www.buildingvalue.co.nz

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