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Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611
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Innovation for Real Estate: Building Information Modeling (Erin Rae Hoffer) - ULI fall meeting 102611

  1. 1. Innovation for Real Estate :Building Information ModelingUrban Land Institute Fall Meeting and Expo October 26, 2011
  2. 2. at is BIM? Documentation ptualnming Building Information Modeling Fab n Constr 4D/5D Operation and Construction Maintenance Logistics Demolition
  3. 3. 1 e 3 2   O Oe w Or t w O i V O a
  4. 4. BIMusiness Value of BIM in Europe” McGraw-Hill ConstructionrtMarket Report, 2010
  5. 5. Introductions
  6. 6. unded 1978 by David C. Hovey, FAIA rtically Integrated Multifamily Real Estate velopment Company Developer Architect General Contractor Sales and Leasing Property Management adquarters in Chicago and Arizona. nstructed Over 10,000 Residential using Unitsww.optimaweb.com
  7. 7. d Orchard Woods Optima Camelview Village Optima DCHGlobal IL •  Scottsdale, AZ •  LEED Platinum Stand sidential Units •  700 Residential Units Building System S.F. Commercial Space •  35,000 S.F. Commercial Space •  Any location, climate,Story Towers •  (11) 6 & 7 Story Buildings •  “Relic Rock“ - 4 Prot
  8. 8. noran Village Phase Optima Center Chicago Optima DCHGlobal ale, AZ •  Chicago, IL •  Standardized and cus sidential Units •  42 Stories - 325 Residential LEED Platinum SinglS.F. Commercial Space Units residences in any loc •  25,000 S.F. Commercial Space climate, or terrain. Phases - Additional 500
  9. 9. r. Calvin Kam PhD, AIA, PE, LEED AP GSA National 3D-4D-BIM Program Co-Founder Senior Program Expert Stanford University CIFE Director of Industry Programs Consulting Assistant Professor American Institute of Architects - National 2010 & 2011 Chair, Technology in Architectural Practic 2011 Co-Chair, Center for Integrated Practice bimSCORE Founder & CEO
  10. 10. assemble a team TheFinalSprint.curAverageJogger.com tlu.edu/i/news
  11. 11. About HOK Canada Calgary Ottawa Toronto Europe Vancouver London ted Statesanta Asia/ cago Beijin as Middle East Ho Cnver Dubai India Honguston Mumbai Shan Angeles Sing miw York Francisco ttle Louismpashington, DC HOK’s Global network include 25 regional offices on four continents
  12. 12. About HOKMarketsAviation Commercial CorporateCultural Education Entertainment + MediaGovernment Health Care HospitalityJustice Residential RetailScience + Technology TransportationServicesAdvance Strategies Architecture ConservationConstruction Services Engineering InteriorsLandscape Architecture Lighting Design PlanningSustainable Design Urban Design Visual Communications
  13. 13. nelists - What is BIM?
  14. 14. tion BIM—Spatial
  15. 15. ept BIM
  16. 16. ept BIMent BIM
  17. 17. ept BIMent BIMon BIMecord BIM
  18. 18. a l Client/Business Objectives Project ObjectivesBIM+ ICE Process
  19. 19. 4D simulation courtesy of Tishman Construction
  20. 20. M and VDC is the process of usingDimensional models and linkedatabases to enable more control,oordination, and efficiency throughout e real estate development process cluding:–  Preliminary Project Planning–  Schematic Design–  Design Development–  Financial Planning–  Bidding and Project Management–  Construction Planning–  Fabrication/Prefabrication–  Construction Management–  Sales / Leasing–  Property Management and Building Maintenance
  21. 21. d Orchard Woods Optima Camelview Village Optima DCHGlobalcture •  Architecture / Design •  Architecture / Desiguction Management •  Sustainability Analysis •  Sustainability Analy ability Analysis •  Construction Planning, •  Construction Plann Coordination, and Management Coordination, and M
  22. 22. noran Village - Phase I Optima Center Chicago Optima DCHGlobchitecture / Design Structural Project Management –  Schematic Design –  Design –  Bidding / Contract –  Design Development –  Fabrication –  Scheduling –  Construction Documents –  Construction Planning –  Cost Analysisustainability MEP Construction –  Energy Analysis –  Design –  Planning/Logistics –  Solar Analysis –  Fabrication –  Collision Detection –  Water Analysis –  Construction Planning –  Coordination
  23. 23. dience Shout-Out What is Your Definition of BIM?   What does the BIM trend mean for your industry?
  24. 24. nelists - Why BIM?   What are the business benefits of BIM?   How should we assess BIM investment?  How can we calculate/ anticipate Return on Investment?
  25. 25. nlier decisionsde inputrycument coordinationduce RFI/COructionduce conflicts-fabrication and assemblyr Benefitsduced initial costsproved CAFM/IWMS
  26. 26. ner’s BIM RequirementsRequired:SA (www.gsa.gov/bim)ept of Veterans Affairs (VA)S Army Corps of Engineersutter Health (CA) diana University (indiana.edu)tate of Wisconsinnd more…
  27. 27. ner’s BIM Requirementserables:patial validationquipment validationost analysisnergy analysislash detectionecord modeling C, COBie…
  28. 28. CASE STUDY:CONSOLIDATED FORENSICS LA
  29. 29. gramming Integration
  30. 30. del-Based Coordination
  31. 31. brication Collaboration
  32. 32. nstruction Progress
  33. 33. etter architecture.ore sustainable design. gher quality construction with faster oject delivery and betterommunication / coordination withubcontractors.ore efficient and higher quality building anagement and maintenance.ess development, design, andonstruction risk.ore control and cost efficiency forevelopment, design, construction, anduilding operation.
  34. 34. Virtual Airline Pilot.com Seat
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  38. 38. Aligning BIM with GSA Business Process
  39. 39. 3D Laser-Scan Documentation of Building Assetsstoric Mid-Century New Des Construcble Example: Deliverable Example: Deliverable Exputer model 2D as-built documents as Design Coordinanamentation background for A/E Existing Condetail design team Computation o
  40. 40. dience Shout-Out   What are the Opportunities for BIM?   What are your most pressing needs?   How can BIM address them?
  41. 41. nelists - How to Transition to BIM?   Readiness Factors?   Change Management techniques?   Standardization, Specification, Requirements?
  42. 42. Business Case & Priorities — GSA BIM Guide Se 01—Overview 02—Spatial Program Validation 03—3D Imaging 04—4D Phasing 05—Energy Performance and Operation 06—Circulation and Security Validation 07—Building Elements 08—Facility Management
  43. 43. re: 80%ce Level: 30%
  44. 44. eraging BIM
  45. 45. w is HOK addressing BIM… Thursday November 5, 2009
  46. 46. e Value of BIMER SCANNING of EXISTING CONDITIONSst: ~$5,000 per floorerage cost of structural clash ~ $12,000
  47. 47. e Value of BIM TING & ENERGY ANALYSISst: $85,000e model data for improvingAC/Elec performanceprox. $6 million savingser 15 year lifecycle
  48. 48. e Value of BIM Annu saving $353,0 EnergyStar Target Finder
  49. 49. e Value of BIMET MANAGEMENTst: $10,000nsfer of BIM data to IWMS 0 per move;% increase in efficiency (-$150); ,000 SF facility / 300 SF/occupantvings = $250,000
  50. 50. veloper - require BIM on projects Architect General Contractor Construction Manager Subcontractors neral Contractor Can bring on Virtual Construction Consultant Can produce 5D model from 2D documents Require subcontractors to produce models come member of CIFE p://cife.stanford.edu/ ntract BIMScore before each projectww.BIMScore.com
  51. 51. dience Shout-Out   Transition experiences, concerns   Future projections, plans
  52. 52. nelists - Future of BIM   Where will BIM take the industry?
  53. 53. K - Architect Perspective ndardizing BIM-based servicesE teams providing ‘data concierge’ service
  54. 54. tter architecture. duce construction time. duce and control construction costs. rease sustainability. rease Maintenance/Operational efficiency. ers of VDC will be able to get real time data Design, Construction Schedule, nstruction Cost, Building Operations, andoject Cash Flow operations through virtualal time models.
  55. 55. PBS Investment PBS Expenditureves   Business Process Objectives   Business Prence   ODC programs conservation   energy manaable   LEED satisfaction   customer relation   workplace 20.20 operation   performancet Value Investment? Best Value Operatio Information Basis energy bills, survey/ complaints, walkthrough inspection, field measurements, reactive measures
  56. 56. Thank You
  57. 57. chitecture
  58. 58. uctural Engineering
  59. 59. EP Engineering
  60. 60. nstruction

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