Final presentation hist_370_josh_russell

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Final presentation hist_370_josh_russell

  1. 1. How the birth of “ B uilding I nformation M odeling” has positively effected the Construction Industry By: Joshua Russell
  2. 2. What is Building Information Technology? <ul><li>As defined by Autodesk – </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>“ BIM is an innovative method to seamlessly bridge communication within the architecture engineering and construction industries…” </li></ul></ul></ul>
  3. 3. Growth of BIM
  4. 4. BIM Models Structural: Building & wall footings SOG Plumbing Site Utility Site Utility: Electrical duct bank
  5. 5. Clash Detection
  6. 6. 25 CLASHES 10 CLASHES 3 CLASHES 95 CLASHES 13 CLASHES 3 CLASHES SOG Plumbing Structural: Building footings Site wall footings Site Utility: Electrical Site Utility: SD, FW, DW, SS
  7. 7. COLLABORATION GC | SUBCONTRACTORS | DESIGN CONSULTANTS | OWNER’S REPRESENTATIVE
  8. 8. RESOLUTION <ul><li>85% of issues discussed, resolved, and organized into 3 confirming RFIs: </li></ul>Civil Electrical Structural <ul><li>Conflict resolution of storm drain line resulted in value engineering idea. </li></ul><ul><li>Overall design intent maintained. </li></ul>
  9. 9. RETURN ON INVESTMENT <ul><li>46 RFIs avoided during construction </li></ul><ul><li>23 Change Orders avoided during construction </li></ul>R.O.I ratio = 5:1 Other value added: schedule delay avoidance | quality | safety | communication

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