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Steps towards true BIM 04: BIM demand the clients view

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Chair: Tom Lane


Technical Editor, Building

Speakers

David Philp
Head of BIM, Mace

James Pellatt
Head of Projects, Great Portland Estates

Davin Crowley-Sweet
Head of Data Management, Network Rail

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Bentley Webinar BIM Demand: The clients view Professor David Philp BIM Task Group Head of BIM

BIM Task Group 2014

Completion of the B555 document suite


Supporting level2 guidance BIM accreditation Technology Strategy Board BIM Calls Task Group sustainable legacy provision Level 2 BIM as an Industry Standard Support Departmental adoption & BIM pipeline

BIM4EU

The Y2K16 Government BIM Prophecy!!!!

First morning after Sweden changed from driving on the left side To driving on the right, 1967 Things will be the same, only better (and digital)!

Government Construction Strategy


Collaborative 3D BIM with all project and asset information, documentation and data being electronic by 2016
JANUARY 1, 2016 12:01 AM

Hopefully stimulating behavioural change within the industry

OPEX

Level 2: process and deliverables

Required: PAS1192-2: Information life-cycle management process (Capex Stage)

PAS 1192/2
Plain Language Questions

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Required: PAS1192-3 (2014): Information life-cycle management process (Opex Stage)

Available Spring 2014

Required: BSI1192:4 (2014): COBie


This document is the final development of COBie-UK2012, which is the interim data definition for information deliveries. This has been further enhanced and developed through work carried out in the infrastructure market to develop COBie for all

Information Exchange to facilitate Digital transactions


Available Summer 2014

Required CIC BIM Protocol:

Key Features of the Protocol


Definitions Priority of the Contract Documents Obligations of the Employer
Put a Protocol in place Appoint to the role of Information Manager Produce the Specified Models Collaborative working practice No warranty for data integrity Licences related to permitted purposes Limitations related to the extension of a project

Obligations of Project Team Members Electronic Data Exchange Use of models Limitations on liabilitywith models
The Protocol has been drafted explicitly to avoid creating additional liabilities
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Required: Digital Plan of Works & Classification Data: what and when

An industry standard method of describing geometric, requirements and data deliveries at key stages of the project cycle

Late 2014

Key anchors for the dPoW


Plain language questions (PLQs) to inform key client decisions Plain language questions (PLQs) to inform key client decisions

COBie Data 2D PDFs (Native models)

How are the PLQs linked to data?

How are the PLQs answered? PLQs at Stage 02


Energy Analysis Requirements Energy Analysis Requirements Energy Analysis Requirements Energy Analysis Requirements Energy Analysis Requirements Energy Analysis Requirements Energy Analysis Requirements
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What is the data?


Humidity Requirement Radiant Heating Requirement Air Circulation Requirement Ventilation Requirement Temperature Range Requirement Energy Performance Basis HVAC Performance Basis

dPoW Data Delivery & Validation

Data Server

dPoW Data Delivery & Validation


Data issued from supply chain

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COBie data (eg XL Spreadsheet) Check process compares issued file with LoD Overlay No Compliance shown as a Red/amber/Green Report for rework or approval

COBie.xls

Validate

PoW LoD (x)

Level of Detail Overlay file

RAG Result

Required: (Government) Soft Landings

Construction customers are not getting the assets and outcomes they need?

Dropping the baton at key stages

UNCLASSIFIED

Modernisation of the European Public Procurement Framework Encourages BIM in Public Works
As part of the modernisation of the European legal framework for public procurement, the European Parliament agreed on 15th January to allow and encourage BIM as part of its eprocurement measures. What is the Procurement Directive and what might this reference to BIM mean to European public clients and Europes construction sector?

Beyond Level 2

Construction 2025
HM Government 2013
Industrial Strategy: government and industry in partnership

Towards a Digitally Built Britain.


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BIM 2050 Education and Skills

Future Technology

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Building Magazine - Webinar

James Pellatt Head of Projects

Why Have GPE Invested in BIM?


Life cycle of a project

Design

Planning

Tendering

Construction

Asset Management
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Why Have GPE invested in BIM?


Development Programme

Committed Walmar House, W1 240 Blackfriars Road, SE1 (GRP) 12/14 New Fetter Lane, EC4

Sq ft1 60,300 236,600 142,500

Near Term Next 12 months Rathbone Place, W1 48/50 Broadwick St, W1 St Lawrence House, W1 73/89 Oxford St and 1 Dean St, W1

Sq ft1 414,000 6,500 94,000 88,100

Pipeline Tasman House, W1 84/86 Great Portland St, W1 Mortimer House, W1 78/82 Great Portland St, W1 52/54 Broadwick St & 10/16 Dufours Place, W1 90/92 Great Portland St, W1 Kingsland/Carrington House, W1 148 Old Street, EC1 Oxford House, W1

Sq ft1 Start2 37,800 2014

15,100 2014 25,000 2015 18,700 2015 47,000 2016 8,400 2015 51,400 2015 111,700 2015 85,000 2016 208,000 2016 65,000 2016+ 73,000 2021 82,100 2022

Committed 12% Near Term 12%

Investment Portfolio

Pipeline 27%

Hanover Square, W1 103/113 Regent Street, W1 35 Portman Square, W1 40/48 Broadway & 1/11 Carteret St, SW1 Jermyn St Estate, SW1 French Railways House & 50 Jermyn St, SW1 Mount Royal, W1

132,400 2022 75,000 2022 92,100 2022 120,000 2022

Programme 2.3m Sq Ft, 51% total portfolio, BIM Enabled


1. New build area 2. Earliest start date

Minerva House, SE1

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Why have GPE invested in BIM? Design


Our Approach - always invest in good design and quality Our Track Record always remain at the forefront of good practice Right Technological Environment Right Commercial Environment Appropriate in current inflationary market

Design

Planning

Tendering

Construction

Asset Management
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Design
100 Bishopsgate, EC2 As at Nov 2011
945,000 sq ft prime office space in City of London

Area increased from 815,000 sq ft

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Why Have GPE Invested in BIM?

Design

Planning

Our Approach BIM Execution Plans 4 Ps Poor Planning Prevents Profit Planning for Operation from the Beginning

Tendering

Construction

Asset Management
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Why Have GPE Invested in BIM?

Design
Plan for what you want from the beginning Dont expect to achieve Level 3 BIM from the outset Dont expect to achieve LOD 500 throughout your asset Make expectations clear to team Backfill Expertise where necessary

Planning

Tendering

Construction

Asset Management
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Why have GPE invested in BIM?

Design

Planning

Tendering

Use of BIM in a two stage tender Managing Construction Risk Co-ordination Delivery

Construction

Asset Management
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Why have GPE Invested in BIM?


Managing Construction Risk: Inflation

Average Construction Inflation1 130

Forecast

120

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Wells & More

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24 Britton St 33 Margaret Str 73/89 Oxford St St Lawrence House 240 Blackfriars Rd

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Rathbone Place 48 Broadwick St 95 Wigmore St New Fetter Lane Walmar House City Tower

80 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018

1. Based on EC Harris, Davis Langdon and G&T London indices

2. Source: CBRE to 2012; 2013 onwards based on GPE forecast

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Why have GPE invested in BIM?


Managing Construction Risk: Inflation

Constituent Elements of a Construction Contract1

Indexed Global Commodity Prices2


300 Metal index Energy index Oil, average spot price 250

Labour (32%)

Greatest uncertainty Commodities (17%)

200

Materials (17%)

150

Prelims (23%)

100

Margin (6%) Risk (5%)


1. Source: EC Harris LLP

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2. IMF. Commodity Fuel (energy) Index, 2005 = 100, includes Crude oil, Natural Gas, and Coal Price Indices

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Why have GPE invested in BIM?


Managing Construction Risk: Inflation

Constituent Elements of a Construction Contract1 Labour likely to be primary cause of inflation in near term Labour (32%) Greatest uncertainty

GPE approach to managing construction inflation risk: Visible pipeline = long term relationships Opportunity for repeat business

Commodities (17%)

Payment terms Greater certainty of outcome

Materials (17%)

Clarity around design BIM

Prelims (23%)

Margin (6%) Risk (5%)


1. Source: EC Harris LLP

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Delivering the Developments


Managing Construction Risk: Inflation

Constituent Elements of a Construction Contract1 Building Information Management Allows contractors to demonstrate logistics capability what they are best at, BIM cuts costs and reduces risk: More efficient construction Better allocation of financial risk Allows for reduction in risk allowances

Labour (32%)

Commodities (17%)

Materials (17%)

Prelims (23%)

Margin (6%) Risk (5%)


1. Source: EC Harris LLP

BIM savings

New Fetter Lane 145,000 sq ft 42m prime office space in Midtown currently being built by Mace delivery 2015.
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Why have GPE invested in BIM?


Logistics Planning

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Why Have GPE invested in BIM?

Design

Planning

Tendering
Point Cloud Verification Visualisation of the Build Conflict Detection Health and Safety

Construction

Asset Management
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240 Blackfriars Road - London

228,000 sq ft mixed use scheme 105,000 sq ft pre-let to UBM Architect AHMM Structure AKT II Services Hilson Moran

Contractor Mace

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BIM in Action
240 Blackfriars Road, SE1 How have GPE invested in BIM?

Appoint independent BIM facilitator Drew up protocols from onset of BIM Implementation Tender Construction role to include use of BIM by Main and Trade contractors GPE continue to own BIM Model Information issued in 2D, but based on a 3D model Cost of implementation funded from reduction in BWIC budget and anticipated improvement in quality and performance

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Point Cloud Verification

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Visualisation of the Build Logistics Optimisation Cranes, lifts, deliveries, traffic, accommodation, lay down

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Conflict Detection and Co-ordination

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Construction Sequence and Planning

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Why do GPE invest in BIM? Outlook

Strategy is delivering results Market conditions remain supportive It isnt straightforward and will need a lot of effort to make it work

Design

Planning FM market is failing to respond to challenge


Positive outlook

Tendering

Construction

Asset Management

In House Management FM market lacks maturity Soft Landings Still unproven but worth trying
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Davin Crowley-Sweet, Head of Data Management, Asset Information

Asset Information Operations


Data Intelligence

- provides trusted asset-related information management, insight and tools through a portfolio of services to the rail industry.

Enabling better decisions that


- improve safety for workers on the rail network. - improve safety for users of the rail network. - realise over 620m of asset-management-related efficiency in CP5. - deliver greater performance exploitation of our rail infrastructure. - optimise our future investment in rail infrastructure.

ASSET & WORK REGISTERS

MAPS, IMAGERY, DRAWINGS

SCHEMATICS & LOGICAL MODELS


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Delivered as industry services


Workforce safety support

Asset data and workbank information exploitation

Asset condition data collection

- 38m annual revenue, 285 staff based in MK, London, Derby and York.

AI ORBIS enhancement programme:


ORBIS is a 327m business change programme of Asset Information-related enhancements. Initiated October 2011. Six-year roadmap. It provides us with information and tools to address network-wide systemic issues, providing consistent a railway-wide data model, asset policy-linked tooling, industry-level information standards and EU-level interoperability. It delivers business decision-support capability to enable and evidence : 280m of direct T1 efficiencies in Route asset management in CP5. 500m of direct T1 efficiencies in CP6. additional 355m of T1 asset-related efficiencies in other programmes. additional supply-chain efficiency in IP Clienting (re-using survey data). additional performance improvements (faster incident response) in Operations. Infrastructure capability data as an enabler for traffic management. Infrastructure capability data as an enabler for investment modelling.
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Information-enabling new asset policies:

ORBIS is delivering the enablers to accelerate our journey toward best-inclass asset management and railway system model exploitation.

Enabling new types of data exploitation


Valu e Performanc e Capabilit y Utilisatio n Wher e Conditio n Workban k Wha t

Risk-based AM Traffic Management

ReliabilityCentred AM Performance Modelling

Condition Based AM Time Based AM

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

2017

ORBIS is advancing our information maturity to drive business effectiveness whilst giving us tools to better control the associated risks.
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2012 Key Outcome: Handheld devices


Asset Information Operations and Information Providers Network Rail Routes and broader Rail Industry

Capability to capture, maintain and access high quality infrastructure asset data Capability to join and view asset data in collaborative environments

Train and develop people to use the tools and processes to realise the benefits

Decision Support Tools for managing infrastructure assets

Move to an information10,000 devices enabled mobile workforce in use by frontline staff

2013 Key Outcome:


Asset Information Operations and Information Providers Network Rail Routes and broader Rail Industry

Capability to capture, maintain and access high quality infrastructure asset data Capability to join and view asset data in collaborative environments

Train and develop people to use the tools and processes to realise the benefits

Track asset management decision support (LADS)

Move to an informationenabled mobile workforce Decision Support Tools for managing infrastructure assets
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Linear Asset Decision Support:

Enabling track engineers to be far more effective in planning the right work in the right place to maximise safety and asset performance.
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AI ORBIS enables:
Example enablers:

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Assets, Condition and Work (what)


Benefit:

Standard system for work management. Standard system for storing asset condition data. Standard industry-wide data definitions. LADS for evidenced track decision support. Handhelds for data collection. iPhones and the NR app store.

280m direct T1 355m indirect T1 Increased Passenger Safety

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AI ORBIS enables:
Example enablers:

201 4

Photos, Maps, LIDAR, Schematics (where)


Benefit:

Standardised network schematics. Single GIS data platform & location translation. Single repository for LIDAR surveys. Single repository for photogrammetry. Industry-wide incident collaboration tool.

Increased Workforce Safety (CoW) Quicker Incident Response (Ops)

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AI ORBIS enables:
Example enablers:

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Build the System Model (capability)


Benefit:

Standard Project Information Management tooling. Single railway infrastructure network model (RINM). Consistent data Handover / Handback process.

Lower unit cost of IP Project delivery. Legislative compliance with EU RINF. Re-use of site survey information.

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AI ORBIS
Example enablers:

201 enables: 6

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System modelling Tools (performance,TM)


Benefit:

Single railway infrastructure network model (RINM). Live infrastructure capability model (RINM-TM)

Greater capability exploitation (revenue). Better degraded operation (performance). Evidenced investment choices for CP6.

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Davin Crowley-Sweet Head of Data Management, Asset Information

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Speakers

David Philp
Head of BIM, Mace

James Pellatt
Head of Projects, Great Portland Estates

Davin Crowley-Sweet
Head of Data Management, Network Rail

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