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Design Quality

Welcomes

Arrangements

Introductions

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Design Quality

Introductions / Endorsement Criteria

Background and References

Value

Collaborative Design

Building Information Management

Evaluation

Procurement

Bringing it Together - Action Plans

Conclusions

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Martin Brown: Contact

martin brown

fairsnape

email: fairsnape@gmail.com
twitter: @fairsnape
mob: 07776234702
skype: fairsnape

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References and Downloads
http://ciaps-fs.posterous.com/

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Design Quality

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Design Quality: Background

Design Sustainability

Be Valuable

Design Quality Indicator (DQI)

CABE

CEEQual

Defence Estates DEEP

Feedback-Feedforward

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Design Sustainability

Economic - Fit for purpose

Social - Fit for people

Environmental - Fit for planet

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Be Valuable

www.constructingexcellence.org.uk

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“The industry formerly known as construction”

CONSULT

DEVELOP
MANAGE LIFE
CYCLE

DESIGN

CONSTRUCT

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Design Quality Indicator (DQI)

www.dqi.org.uk

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CABE

The Case for Good Design

Firmness: buildings should be soundly built and durable

Commodity: buildings should work – they should be fit


for the purpose for which they are designed

Delight: buildings should be good looking – their design


should please the eye and the mind.
mind.

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CABE

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CEEQUAL
www.ceequal.com

promotes improved sustainability in project specification, design and construction

demonstrates the commitment of the civil engineering industry to environmental quality


assesses performance across 12 areas of environmental and social concern

provides a checklist of appropriate action for project teams.

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Integrating construction and FM

FEEDBACK
Design
Build Time ?
FM Interest ?
Energy ?

FM as ‘process broker’ ... Rethinking FM … Bridging the gap between FM & Construction

Time ? Service
Interest ? FM Excellence Intellectual Capital
Energy ?
Business Continuity
Adding Brand
FEEDFORWARD value Cost
Speed

People
Workplace

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IT Web Collaborative Tools
Do you use and exploit, IT-based collaborative tools and communication
technologies to ensure cost-effective design solutions?

ICT Based: eg Web based: eg

CAD Google Wave


BIM Woobius
Project Collaborative Extranets Second Life
BIW You Can Plan
4Projects

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Building Information Modelling

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Online AEC collaboration (c. 2000s)

Online file management


 Fewer interoperability issues
 Less paper
 Latest information available to all
 Complete record of project
 Full information audit trail
 Single central repository of information
 Greater re-use of information (eg: for H&S
File, standards, tendering, defects mgmt,
O&M, etc)

 But nearly all still 2D


 Heavy reliance on CAD

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Building Information Modelling

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Building Information Modelling

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Issues raised by BIM

• Education and training


• Investment in hardware/software
• Standards
• Project procurement
• Intellectual property
• Contracts
• Risk – insurance
• Regulations

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Building Information Modelling

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Building Information Modelling

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Whole Life Costs
What was the percentage of contracts for which 'whole life' principles applied
in the last 3 years?

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Whole life value

Operation and
Maintenance
Business Costs Business Value
Construction
250 – 2,500 ?
1 5 200
Design 0.1

Process Push

User Pull

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Value

Value defined

Value Management

Value Engineering

Benefit
Value = ___________

Cost

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Value Management

Value Management

Workshop Workshop Value


One Engineering
Two

Outline Design
Brief Construction
Designs Development

Value Tree development exercise ...

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Evaluation

Post Occupancy Evaluation

Usability

End User Studies

Soft Landings

http://www.usablebuildings.co.uk/

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Post Occupancy Evaluation

Post Occupancy Evaluation involves systematic evaluation of


opinion about buildings in use, from the perspective of the
people who use them.

It assesses how well buildings match users' needs, and


identifies ways to improve building design, performance and
fitness for purpose

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Procurement

Selection by Value

Early Involvement

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Procurement Models

Historic Need Develop Procure Implement

Develop
Tranistional Need Procure
Implement

Develop
Asiprational Procure Need
Implement

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Opportunity Cost Opportunity v Cost

Brief Design Construct In Use

Project Life

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Design Quality

Actions

Conclusions

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Design Quality Endorsement Themes

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