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UK Government - Building A New World | NBS Breakfast Seminar (January 2017)

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Mark Bew MBE, chairman of PSGC, Director at ECS and Chairman of Digital Built Britain and the UK BIM Task Group, joined NBS to present a breakfast seminar exploring the digital construction revolution. He showed how Level 2 BIM has started to reap massive rewards and how the road to Level 3 BIM and beyond is set to be even more challenging yet has the potential to unlock amazing potential to deliver better project outcomes.

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UK Government - Building A New World | NBS Breakfast Seminar (January 2017)

  1. 1. Mark Bew MBE Chairman – UK BIM Task Group ICE BIM Conference 2016 Mark Bew MBE Chairman – Digital Built Britain UK Government – Building A New World
  2. 2. Introduction ► Where did we start? ► Where are we now? ► Where are we going?
  3. 3. Introduction ► Where did we start? ► Where are we now? ► Where are we going?
  4. 4. 1934 1944 1994 1998 2015 Since 1934 c70 reports have been issued on UK construction efficiency 2011 Constant Search for Improvement 2016
  5. 5. Level 2 BIM – Part of a Bigger Picture ► Benchmarking ► Procurement Methods ► Government Soft Landings ► DfMA / Manufacturing ► Intelligent Client ► Fiscal Constraint ► Increasing Productivity
  6. 6. Level 2 – Beginning of the Journey Concept Design Build Operate Organisational Business Operation Function 1 Function 2 Function 3 Function n Social Outcomes Organisational Performance Multiplied through portfolios Social Performance Multiplied through society Operations/ Facilities Management Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Design Build
  7. 7. Push & Pull 1 2 3 4 5 N N N MC LD E S ME ME Tier1Tier2Tier3Tier N E S Portfolio Mgt PPM PUSH SIDE – SUPPLY CHAIN PULL SIDE- CLIENT MAC1 MAC2 E P OPS Push Pull
  8. 8. Level 2 – Beginning of the Journey Concept Design Build Operate Organisational Business Operation Function 1 Function 2 Function 3 Function n Social Outcomes Organisational Performance Multiplied through portfolios Social Performance Multiplied through society Operations/ Facilities Management Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Design Build ► PAS1192:2 Capital Delivery ► PAS1192:3 Operational Delivery ► BS1192:4 Data Structure ► Data Classification ► Digital Plan of Works (Levels of Data Detail ► PAS1192:5 Security ► BIM Contract Protocol ► Government Soft Landings
  9. 9. Level 2 - Manufacturing www.bim-level2.org/en/guidancewww.constructionprducts.org.uk
  10. 10. Level 2 – BIM Toolkit https://toolkit.thenbs.com/
  11. 11. Level 2 – Going Forward
  12. 12. Level 2 Achievements
  13. 13. Level 2 Achievements
  14. 14. NBS Survey Suggested 48% of respondents said that were aware and using BIM Everett Rogers’ standard adoption curve. This follows a normal distribution curve where the ‘Innovators’, ‘Early Adopters’ and ‘Early Majority’ rapidly move to a new innovative technology to a point where its use is found within half of the population. Adoption then slows for a while as the ‘Late Majority’ join, followed by the ‘Laggards’. BIM Uptake New Building Magazine Survey Now States c54% using BIM Level 2 Achievements
  15. 15. Level 2 Achievements “I am, for example, frankly astonished that all Departments got themselves “BIM ready” by this year’s deadline” “I think the amount of progress made is nothing short of spectacular”
  16. 16. Level 3 – Functional Improvements http://digital-built-britain.com/
  17. 17. What is BIM?
  18. 18. Level 3 – Functional Improvements ► You cannot change an industry by exhortation and waving your arms around. Instead, change comes from changing the drivers of the businesses that make up the industry – and, even in an industry as reactive as construction, one of those drivers has to be the preferences and demands of customers. ► BIM expands from 3D modelling to genuine collaboration; from design and construction into operations; from individual buildings to cities and their systems; and onto wherever digitising the built environment may take us. ► Lack of a feedback loop by which lessons can be learned on one project and applied on the next, so that user experience is properly represented at the inception of a project.
  19. 19. Level 3 – Measurement & Feedback Function 1 Function 2 Function 3 Function n Organisational Performance Multiplied through portfolios Social Performance Multiplied through society Operations/ Facilities Management Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Design Build
  20. 20. Level 3 – The Next Steps Concept Design Build Operate Organisational Business Operation Function 1 Function 2 Function 3 Function n Social Outcomes Organisational Performance Multiplied through portfolios Social Performance Multiplied through society Operations/ Facilities Management Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Design Build
  21. 21. Level 3 ► Provide more for less ► Maximise availability ► Reduce whole life cost and carbon ► Enable significant domestic and international growth ► Ensure the UK remains in the international vanguard ► Ensure security Culture Commercial Technical
  22. 22. Level 2 – Data Management Capital Delivery Operational Processing 1 2 3 4 5 N N N Portfolio Mgt PPM IP Data Occ Data Dependency Analytics Building Information Modelling Asset Operations Management © Bew 2013 Open Data - data.gov Design & Construction Operation & Maintenance Portfolio Management Smart City Strategy Portfolio Management Smart Grid Strategy Level 2 – Data Management
  23. 23. Level 3 – Data Management
  24. 24. Level 3 – Hard LandingsLevel 3 – Data Management
  25. 25. Dependency Analytics Asset Operations Management Open Data - data.gov Maintenance Portfolio Management Smart City Strategy Portfolio Management Smart Grid Strategy D ependency A nalytics U sing B IG D ata W ater Pow er Buildings People Interoperable Cross Sector Smart Cities & Grids Red titles indicate integration with existing sector “Industrial Strategies” Transportation Open Source & Data to Encourage innovation and growth in the technology, HPC and Build Environment Markets Performance Management Operational Activity Building Information Modelling © Bew 2013 Design & Construction Portfolio Management Smart City Strategy Capital Delivery 5 N N N IP Data Occ Data 4 3 2 1 0 Asset Performance Management Operation & Performance X Key Formal Data Exchange Key Business Driver (Decision) Level 3 – Smart – BIG?
  26. 26. Applications
  27. 27. Applications
  28. 28. Remote Patient Monitoring Market To Double By 2016
  29. 29. www.Level2BIM.org www.bimtaskgroup.org www.digital-built-britain.com Thank You

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