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Published by Tu Nguyen
BIM, Autodesk Revit, Construction
BIM, Autodesk Revit, Construction

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Published by: Tu Nguyen on Jan 09, 2014
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Building Information Modeling
BIM for Owners and Facility Managers
Jinyue Zhang @ University of Toronto
29/07/2013BIM for Owners and Facility Managers1
BIM and IPDBIM application areas for owners
 –Design assessment, design assistance for complex infrastructure and environment, sustainable buildings, cost estimating, schedule management, facility management
BIM tools for owners
 –Cost estimating tools, facility and asset management tools, and operation simulation tools
A building model for owners and facility managersBIM implementation led by owners
 –Develop guidelines for BIM on projects, build internal leadership and knowledge, Service provider selection, Build and educate a qualified network of BIM service providers, Modify contract and contract languages
BIM implementation barriers for ownersGuidelines and issues in implementation
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BIM and Owners
The latest CAD software?
 –the first step in the wrong direction
The recipient of BIM model?Slow paradigm shift due to fragmented nature
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From manufacturing to AEC
Lean processes and digital modeling
 –Earlier adoption by manufacturing and aerospace industries –Toyota’s lean manufacturing in 1990s –Boeing’s digital modeling in the design of the 777 –Significant changes in work processes
Similar revolution in AEC
 –From 2D-based documentation to one or more coordinated and information-rich building models –From traditional delivery processes and fragmented business practices to IPD –Link design information with business processes in construction and facility management –Also require significant process changes
29/07/2013BIM for Owners and Facility Managers4
Loss of value in information assets
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BIM to support IPD
Integrated Project Delivery (IPD)
 –Project team works together using the best collaborative tools at their disposal to ensure that the project will meet owner requirements at significantly reduced time and cost.
Owner’s benefit vs. individual team member’s benefit
 –Traditional approach: project team members strive to maximize their individual goals. –IPD: The collaboration builds trust and common goals that serve the owner best. –BIM-based processes to benefit owners in terms of project quality, cost, schedule, and future operation.
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Owners to initiate/sustain IPD
It is owner’s role!IPD to achieve close collaboration among all project members through the use of BIMStandard IPD contracts published by the AIA and ConsensusDocsIPD contracts to define
 –BIM software tools used by team members –Solutions to share information among team members
Owner’s role through the life of the projectBIM tools to facilitate owners in understanding the intent and considerations of designers and contractors
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What do owners want?
Improved decision-making
 –Use digital building models and visualization technology to reduce poor design/construction decisions
Improved contract documentation
 –Reduce the level of unknowns in contract documents –Establish accuracy and precision by using BIM
Improved preconstruction estimating
 –Reduce the guesswork and inefficiency in preconstruction estimating
Improved procurement and scheduling
 –Better procurement and scheduling by using time/cost modeling (aka 4D/5D simulation)
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What do owners want?
Improved coordination
 –Reduce the chance of clash by using BIM models to facilitate interdisciplinary design coordination –better constructability
Improved cost-efficiency
 –Reduce the cost due to coordination errors, incorrect fabrication, and improper installation –Reduce the use of overtime labour for recouping project schedule lost
Improved closeout documents
 –From traditional as-built drawings to a BIM-centric approach for all project documents –Transfer digital building models from design and construction to facility management
Who is using BIM?
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BIM benefits
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Less change orders
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