Perth International Airport
T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
Perth International Airport
T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
4th busiest airport in Australia with over...
International Terminal (T1)
Passenger Statistics…
Perth International Airport
T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Ex...
Domestic Terminals (T3 & 4)
International Terminal (T1)
Passenger Statistics…
Perth International Airport
T1 Domestic Pier...
On the eastern side of the airfield stands the
International Terminal (T1)
First operational in 1986
Total number of inter...
To the south of T1 lies the new Domestic T2
Commenced operations in April 2013
Caters for up to 36 aircraft
16 check-in co...
On the western side of the airfield stand the
domestic terminals T3 & T4
Total number of domestic passengers
in 2012/13 = ...
Key Objectives:
 Increase the capacity of the International Terminal
 Relieve Terminal & Apron Congestion
 Relocate of ...
Existing T1 Building – 1986 -2011
Perth International Airport
T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
Arrivals Expansion Project
2012 – Completion 2014
Area: Approx. 13,200m2
Value: $80m
Perth International Airport
T1 Domest...
• Substantial re-configuration of the existing accommodation
• An expansion of T1 to the east to cater for new Arrivals ar...
Arrivals Expansion Project
2012 – Completion 2014
Area: Approx. 13,200m2
Value: $80m
Perth International Airport
T1 Domest...
T1 Domestic Pier & International Expansion
2013 – Completion 2014
Area: Approx. 44,000m2
Value: $380m
Perth International ...
• Addition of major new facilities for both arrivals and departures
Major enhancements:
• 2 gates to accommodate Airbus A3...
T1 Domestic Pier & International Expansion
Perth International Airport
T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
• Hydraulic
• Mechanical
• Electrical
• Fire
• Structural
• Architecture
BIM Benefits
Federated model
created in Naviswork...
 Tight project deadlines
 Improve documentation quality
 Exchange of information
 Market pressure
 Better testing
 E...
An ideal BIM methodology involves:
 Developing
 Assessing
 Establishing
 Collaborating
 Managing
It requires that all...
The key to success with BIM delivery is
dependent on:
 a clear understanding of the client and project
team's objectives
...
Through Coordination
BIM From Design to Construction
From Design
To Construction …and beyond?
Perth International Airport
...
 BIM process seeks to facilitate and
encourage higher levels of collaboration -
not just 3D drafting
 Frequent informati...
Potential Benefits to Sub-contractors
• Significantly reduced project delivery risk
• Ultimately total lower cost and impr...
“The mobile app is the next horizon of
coordination and communication with the field. As
a contractor, I think the field i...
Benefits of Sub-contractors using BIM to the consultant
and client in:
• Reduced RFI’s
• Less variations
• As-build Model ...
However…
• All depends on early engagement of Sub-contractors and…
• Their attitude to and experience of BIM
• 3D drafting...
Conclusion…
• We’re on a journey worth taking
• Clients driving BIM
• BIM champions in management
BIM In Construction
Pert...
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  1. 1. Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  2. 2. Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion 4th busiest airport in Australia with over 151,000 aircraft movements in 2012/13 Services Australian and Indian Ocean destinations, as well as Johannesburg, Auckland, Dubai, Guangzhou and Doha. Passenger numbers have trebled in the past 10 years with 12.6 million people travelling through the airport in 2012. Based on the average growth rate, this figure will double to 24 million by 2019. Passengers wanting to make a connecting international flight have a 10min journey by road to get to the International Terminal In 2012, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission released a report rating the Perth Airport as the worst in Australia, as judged by airlines
  3. 3. International Terminal (T1) Passenger Statistics… Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  4. 4. Domestic Terminals (T3 & 4) International Terminal (T1) Passenger Statistics… Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  5. 5. On the eastern side of the airfield stands the International Terminal (T1) First operational in 1986 Total number of international passengers in 2012/13 = 3.7 million International Terminal and Domestic Terminal 2 Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  6. 6. To the south of T1 lies the new Domestic T2 Commenced operations in April 2013 Caters for up to 36 aircraft 16 check-in counters 14 aircraft gates T2 Airline operators: International Terminal and Domestic Terminal 2 Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  7. 7. On the western side of the airfield stand the domestic terminals T3 & T4 Total number of domestic passengers in 2012/13 = 9.9 million T3 Airline Operators: T4 Airline Operators: Domestic Terminals 3 &4 Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  8. 8. Key Objectives:  Increase the capacity of the International Terminal  Relieve Terminal & Apron Congestion  Relocate of Some Domestic Operations  Improve Customer Facilities  Provide Flexible Infrastructure T1 Major Development Plan Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  9. 9. Existing T1 Building – 1986 -2011 Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  10. 10. Arrivals Expansion Project 2012 – Completion 2014 Area: Approx. 13,200m2 Value: $80m Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  11. 11. • Substantial re-configuration of the existing accommodation • An expansion of T1 to the east to cater for new Arrivals area Value proposition for Perth Airport is to create a terminal upgrade that will provide a positive passenger experience thereby helping to brand the airport as a world class facility Major enhancements: • New 1st floor Immigration primary line • Increased arrivals duty free area • Expanded baggage hall facilities • Secondary search area Arrivals Expansion Project 2012 – Completion 2014 Area: Approx. 13,200m2 Value: $80m Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  12. 12. Arrivals Expansion Project 2012 – Completion 2014 Area: Approx. 13,200m2 Value: $80m Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  13. 13. T1 Domestic Pier & International Expansion 2013 – Completion 2014 Area: Approx. 44,000m2 Value: $380m Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  14. 14. • Addition of major new facilities for both arrivals and departures Major enhancements: • 2 gates to accommodate Airbus A380 • Substantial new international departures lounge • New pier serving 8 stands and 12 aerobridges • Increased arrivals duty free area • Expanded baggage reclaim hall facilities • Secondary search area T1 Domestic Pier & International Expansion 2013 – Completion 2014 Area: Approx. 44,000m2 Value: $380m Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  15. 15. T1 Domestic Pier & International Expansion Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  16. 16. • Hydraulic • Mechanical • Electrical • Fire • Structural • Architecture BIM Benefits Federated model created in Navisworks Cross discipline clash detection performed in Navisworks Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  17. 17.  Tight project deadlines  Improve documentation quality  Exchange of information  Market pressure  Better testing  Early identification of errors  Clearer communication  A single, reliable, source of information  Fewer coordination errors BIM Drivers Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  18. 18. An ideal BIM methodology involves:  Developing  Assessing  Establishing  Collaborating  Managing It requires that all participants:  Commit  Contribute  Ensure  Adopt BIM Methodology Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  19. 19. The key to success with BIM delivery is dependent on:  a clear understanding of the client and project team's objectives  a careful assessment of the capabilities of the team, timeframe and budget The ideal BIM process is one in which:  all stakeholders are committed to developing, and deriving information from the digital model  roles and responsibilities are clearly defined  a contractual framework that encourages greater collaboration. BIM Success Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  20. 20. Through Coordination BIM From Design to Construction From Design To Construction …and beyond? Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  21. 21.  BIM process seeks to facilitate and encourage higher levels of collaboration - not just 3D drafting  Frequent information sharing - Airport single modelling team  Sub-contractor, engineer and architect design teams stationed together BIM In Construction Team approach to projects in Design / Construction Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  22. 22. Potential Benefits to Sub-contractors • Significantly reduced project delivery risk • Ultimately total lower cost and improved profitability • Reduced site meetings • Improved coordination and reduction in on-site clashes • Reduction in re-works and material wastage • Scheduling and planning accuracy BIM In Construction Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  23. 23. “The mobile app is the next horizon of coordination and communication with the field. As a contractor, I think the field is in a position to really leverage this technology in exciting ways” Lincoln Wood Engineer Turner Construction Company Potential Benefits to Sub-contractors • Measuring, take-offs, procurement • Shop drawing processes • Pre-fabrication • BIM to Field – iPads e.g. BIM glue BIM In Construction Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  24. 24. Benefits of Sub-contractors using BIM to the consultant and client in: • Reduced RFI’s • Less variations • As-build Model as an asset for owner BIM In Construction Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  25. 25. However… • All depends on early engagement of Sub-contractors and… • Their attitude to and experience of BIM • 3D drafting vs Collaborative BIM BIM In Construction Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion
  26. 26. Conclusion… • We’re on a journey worth taking • Clients driving BIM • BIM champions in management BIM In Construction Perth International Airport T1 Domestic Pier & International Terminal Expansion

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