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BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING

Mathew Miller

SMPC Architects
Associate BIM Manager

Construction Specifications Institute- CSI US National CAD Standard- NCS


UDS Task Team - Chair

National Building Information Modeling

Standard -NBIMS
Testing task Team Models and Implementation Guidance task

team

505 BIM Users Group

Which is more BIMed


Manufacture
Model Color

Link to specification
LEED Information

Building Information Modeling


What BIM is about
Emerging Standards How communication is improving What BIM is doing in New Mexico Next steps to adopting BIM

WHAT IS BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING BIM

BIM is not Software

Tool not BIM

BIM Tool
Autodesk
Revit Autocad Navisworks

Bently
Bently Arcitecture
RAM Steel

Onuma
OPS

Graphisoft
Archicad

Google
Sketchup

BIM is a Methodology
BIM is a methodology of gathering and maintaining information about a building for quick decision making throughout the life cycle or facility cycle of the building.

BIM Focus
Communication Facility Cycle

Facility Cycle
Pre design
Design Construction Operation

WHO USES THE BUILDING INFORMATION MODEL

Who uses the information from BIM?

Architect Contractor The AEC

Who uses the information from BIM?


Owners Planners Realtors Appraisers Mortgage Bankers Designers Engineers Cost & Quantity Estimators Specifiers Contracts & Lawyers Construction Contractors Sub-Contractors Fabricators Code Officials

Facility Managers Maintenance & Sustainment Renovation & Restoration Disposal & Recycling Scoping, Testing, Simulation Safety & Occupational Health Environmental & NEPA Plant Operations Energy, LEED Space & Security Network Managers CIOs Risk Management Occupant Support First Responders

BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING

What is information Modeling?


3d Model Energy Model 4d Model - time 5d Model - time and cost

Business Model
Financial Model Safety plan Maintenance plan

What is information Modeling?

AECO Types of Models


Design Models

Architecture Civil Structural Mechanical Plumbing Electrical

LEED Models
Energy Day lighting

Contractor Models

Construction Document

Models

Architecture Civil Structural Mechanical Plumbing Electrical Specification

Architecture Civil Structural Mechanical Plumbing Electrical Shop drawing Material literature

Facility Management

Models

BIM STANDARDS

Standards
National BIM Standard UK BIM Standard GSA - 3D-4D Building Information Modeling AGC - The Contractors Guide to BIM U.S. National CAD Standard

National BIM Standard


Tracks the maturity of a model

States that all 2d output of a model needs to be National CAD Standard compliant

AGC BIM Addendum (Consensus Docs)


Guidelines for the development and use of the

models Guidelines for Information Management Guidelines for a BIM Execution Plan

Project Participants Models to be used & content Contract & Record Documents Areas of the project Schedule (delivery and updates) Protocols for submission Coordinate system & dimension accuracy File format, naming, structure Software to be used

AIA E202- BIM Protocol Exhibit


Protocols

Coordination and Conflicts Model Ownership & Requirements File Formats Responsibilities Cost Estimating Scheduling

Level of Development (LOD)-defines content requirements and

authorized use(s)
Level 100-used for understanding the requirements (Programming) Level 200-elements modeled as generalized assemblies (Schematic

Design) Level 300- elements modeled as specific assemblies (Construction Documents) Level 400-fabrication, assembly and detailing information (Construction) Level 500 -elements modeled as constructed (O&M)

Communication

Every one in different silos

Integrated Project Delivery

BIMStorm

BIMStorm LA
24 hour period 133 designers

11 countries

Online charrette 55 million SF

IFC - Industry Foundation Class

32

NMT-Kelly Hall

Duct near Grid D4 appears to be going through a beam

Move unit so that coresponding duct work does not go through the ceiling of the 2nd floor corridor or Directors office

Los Alamos National Bank Santa Fe

Los Alamos National Bank Santa Fe


Cost analysis Energy analysis Paperless submittals System coordination

IBL Sandia National Laboratory

Facility Management

Facility Management

Facility Data that Could Be Included in BIM


Planning scenarios and site information Architectural Program Floor plans Space Functions Classified areas, vaults etc. Area calculations Specifications

Invoices Purchases requests Organizational occupants Personnel lists Seating plans Handicap designation Network diagrams

Contract documents
Legal description Change orders Supporting documentation for litigation Shop drawings Procurement documents Progress photographs Alarm diagrams Warranty data

Hazardous materials
Operating manuals Maintenance records Inspection records Electronic 3d model Simulations Continuation of operations plan Disaster Recovery Plans Contingency plans

Cost Estimates

Furniture inventory

AIA E202- BIM Protocol Exhibit


Level of Development
Level 100- (Programming)
Level 200- (Schematic Design) Level 300- (Construction Documents) Level 400- (Construction) Level 500 -(As-builts)

BIM Execution Plan


Set clear goals & objectives across organization & teams
Increase accountability and productivity

Standardize your communication methods


Define roles and responsibilities Bind all parties early in the RFP process Control your project costs, schedule,

scope and quality

WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO USE BIM FOR? COMPANY BIM STANDARD

Facility Data that Could Be Included in BIM


Planning scenarios and site information Architectural Program Floor plans Space Functions Classified areas, vaults etc. Area calculations Specifications

Invoices Purchases requests Organizational occupants Personnel lists Seating plans Handicap designation Network diagrams

Contract documents
Legal description Change orders Supporting documentation for litigation Shop drawings Procurement documents Progress photographs Alarm diagrams Warranty data

Hazardous materials
Operating manuals Maintenance records Inspection records Electronic 3d model Simulations Continuation of operations plan Disaster Recovery Plans Contingency plans

Cost Estimates

Furniture inventory

Building Information Modeling


Questions?

BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING

Mathew Miller