Nw b im_hub_-_march2013

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Mark Stodgell presentation to LCBPC event 7/3/13

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Nw b im_hub_-_march2013

  1. 1. Mark  Stodgell   IT  Director  at  Pozzoni     NW  Regional  BIM  Hub  Champion    @stodgeblog@nwbimhub
  2. 2. POZZONIPersonal Architecture
  3. 3. Offices: Manchester London Established: 1983 Employed: 78housing : older people : offices : industrial : retail : hospitality : leisure: education
  4. 4. What is BIM ? BIM  ?  
  5. 5. What is BIM ? Building information modelling (BIM) is the process of generating and managing building data during its life cycle A Building Information Model (BIM) is a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a building Building information modeling supports the continuous and immediate availability of project design scope, schedule, and cost information that is high quality, reliable, integrated, and fully coordinated.
  6. 6. BIM is not
  7. 7. BIM is not Tools
  8. 8. BIM is “Process  of  designing,   construcCon  or  operaCng   a  building  or   infrastructure  asset  using   electronic  object  oriented   informaCon”  
  9. 9. BIM is the process of prototyping and managing building elements and spaces using a virtual building model
  10. 10. BIM is the process of prototyping and managing building elements and spaces using a virtual Coordination building& Collaboration model
  11. 11. BIM is people the process of prototyping and managing building elements and spaces using a virtual Coordination building& Collaboration model
  12. 12. BIM is databuilding model
  13. 13. It’s  not  just  a  It’s  not  just  3D   new   technology   applicaCon   It’s  not  next   generaCon,   it’s  here  now  
  14. 14. Q: will it make the boat go faster? Faster, Higher, Stronger!  
  15. 15. Value creatingA Simple Assertion collaboration B.I.M.
  16. 16. Clients not getting the outcomesthey need / wanted?
  17. 17. New drivers on projects! Integrate you &#@***’s!
  18. 18. Entering a new digital renaissance
  19. 19. Entering a new digital renaissanceDad! What’s a Fax?  
  20. 20. Where is much of the UKconstruction industry ?
  21. 21. BIM: Why a Government intervention? BIM
  22. 22. Construction Operations Building Information Exchange (COBie) MARCH 2012Data Drop 1: REQUIREMENTS and CONSTRAINTSData Drop 2: OUTLINE SOLUTIONData Drop 3: CONSTRUCTION INFORMATIONData Drop 4: OPERATIONS and MAINTENANCE INFORMATIONData Drop 5 (and subsequent drops): POST OCCUPANCY VALIDATIONINFORMATION and ONGOING O&M
  23. 23. BIM is 3d co-ordinated CAD? + Linked Data? + Collaboration?
  24. 24. BIM and what it means to you..
  25. 25. BIM Construction benefits•  Quantity take off•  Construction / site scheduling•  Subcontractor co-ordination•  Clash resolution / builders work•  Soft landings / O&M production•  Reduce risk•  Reduce waste
  26. 26. BIM Client / Operator Benefits•  Reduced risk•  Lower capital cost (longer term)•  More Asset data - efficiencies•  FM data - efficiencies•  Info for future capital program.•  Lower TCO better ROI
  27. 27. BIMSustainabilityanalysis
  28. 28. BIM Clash detection & resolution
  29. 29. BIM Schedule Builders work?
  30. 30. BIM O&M + Soft landings
  31. 31. BIM Reduce Waste ?
  32. 32. BIM Reduce Risk ?
  33. 33. BIM Adding Value
  34. 34. BIM is
  35. 35. Dispelling BIM Myths
  36. 36. •  BIM is expensive & only for large organisations •  A Single license of ArchiCAD or Revit is about £3000 – 4000 but upgrades and cross grades normally reduce the price considerably. •  Easier to implement in a small organisation – less change management •  Lots of free to use co-ordination tools – eg Tekla BIMsight
  37. 37. •  BIM – everybody has to use Revit •  Interoperability – IFC format •  Free viewing and co-ordination tools
  38. 38. BIM Tekla BIMsight – free clash detection
  39. 39. BIM Autodesk Design Review – free
  40. 40. •  BIM is only for Consultants and Contractors •  Client requirements and design engagement •  Project managers and cost consultants •  Facilities and building managers •  Asset managers •  Lifecycle costing
  41. 41. •  BIM – its another consultant like CDM•  Short term opportunities for co-ordinator role while industry gears up•  Very large schemes might need a separate specialist co-ordination role
  42. 42. •  BIM – just outsource it as a deliverable•  Not quite the point of collaborative working•  No benefits, just added cost and duplication•  Short termism.
  43. 43. •  BIM is only compulsory on large schemes •  No minimum project value after 2016 – only a definition on ROI •  Definition of public buildings still unclear but err on the side of caution Cabinet Office line is that by 2016 most informed private sector clients will be mandating too.•  BIM is only for new build and big buildings •  3d building surveys 10-20% more than traditional •  Smaller schemes easier to co-ordinate •  Easier to resolve complex existing spaces in 3d •  All of the scheduling is just as relevant
  44. 44. •  BIM stifles design creativity Used appropriately it is no different that traditional CAD or a drawing board
  45. 45. Missed the BIM Boat ? – don’t worry… yet ! •  Only the very big multinational contractors have a handle on BIM during construction phase. •  Many consultants are still paying lip service to BIM with pilots at present. •  Very few consultants where level 1 and 2 BIM is normal.
  46. 46. But…. BIM will not go away !
  47. 47. BIM Requirements for success•  Earlier decision and appointments•  BIM co-ordinator•  BIM execution plan •  Needs •  Expectations •  Deliverables •  Specifications & Standards
  48. 48. North West BIM Hub @nwbimhub
  49. 49. http://www.bimtaskgroup.org/ @BIMgcs

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