Using BIM in Large scale for multiplication projects

Report
Using BIM in Large Scale
Multi-locational projects
The XRBIA Experience
13 June 2013
 Need for Affordable Housing
 XRBIA Project Objectives
 Review of the current Design and Planning Process
 Understanding BIM
 Recognizing the role of BIM in meeting project objectives
 Change in Design/ Planning Process using BIM
 XRBIA Hinjewadi – BIM Experience
 Challenges in the Implementation of BIM
 Conclusion
AGENDA
NEED FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING
 Affordable Housing for Unaddressed Urban Population
 Location in the peripheries of large metropolitan areas
 Demographics/User Groups define Units
 Price Points as the Starting Point
 Unit Sales only Post-Construction
 Design & Execution Timeline Highly Critical
 Product Standardization
 Ownership & Reliability of Utilities/Amenities
 Providing Superior Quality of Life despite the Price Point
XRBIA Project Strategic Objectives
XRBIA AFFORDABLE HOUSING AS A PROJECT
Project Locations
Pune Town planning Norms
Alibaug T.P.
MMRDA
Tadwadi
Warai
Khadyachapa
da
Borivali/
Gudwan
Jambhul
Talegaon
Hinjewadi
Chakan
Shirur
Savargaon
Halivali
Nangurle
Madap
Goodland
KBW
2. Regularities.

FSI.
Projects
Land In Acres
FSI (Present)
FSI (Ultimate)
BUA ( Present )
sq ft
BUA (Ultimate)
sq ft
Savargaon
14.57
0.32
1.00
2,25,444
7,04,801
Halivali
5.96
1.00
1.00
2,98,888
2,98,888
Warai Woods
Edgewater
21.68
0.75
0.75
8,07,583
8,07,583
Borivali
36.62
0.75
0.75
13,63,917
13,63,917
Gudwan
Tadwadi
23.05
0.75
0.75
8,60,002
8,60,002
Phase I
40.59
0.75
0.75
15,11,721
15,11,721
Phase II
7.96
1.00
1.00
2,96,804
2,96,804
Khadyachapada
Nangurle
19.14
0.75
0.75
6,25,308
6,25,308
Phase I
7.26
0.32
1.00
1,12,407
3,51,218
Phase II
21.52
0.32
1.00
3,33,106
10,40,009
Halivali
5.96
1.00
1.00
2,98,888
2,98,888
Keravali
27.76
0.50
6,04,617
Wanjale
19.53
0.50
4,25,366
Madap
Golf
134111
0.75
0.75
1,00,584
1,00,584
Talegoan
Dattawadi
Kbw
Goodland2
Bhambhurle
Chakan
6.45
0.75
1.00
2,14,919
2,86,559
Jambhul
7.24
0.75
1.4
2,83,650
5,29,480
GREEN =
AFFORDABLE
1. Lower concrete
consumption
2. Eliminates bricks
3. Earthquake esistant
4. Flood, Rodent, Fire
resistant
25 sq.mt
XRBIA Policy : GREEN  AFFORDABLE
SPEED= AFFORDABLE
1. 3 times faster, 4
level buildings in 90
days
2. Technology suitable
to industrialization
35
sq.mt
XRBIA Policy : SPEED  AFFORDABLE
LOW COST = AFFORDABLE
1.
20% lower material
consumption
2. Smarter space utilization,
20% savings
3. Savings across electrical
and plumbing design
4. Use of local materials
50 sq.mt
XRBIA Policy : LOW COST  AFFORDABLE
GREEN = AFFORDABLE
25 SQ.MT
35 SQ.MT
1.Lower concrete consumption
2.Eliminates bricks
3.Earthquake resistant
4.Flood, Rodent, Fire resistant
SPEED= AFFORDABLE
1. 3 times faster, 4 level buildings in 90 days
2.Technology suitable to industrialization
50 SQ.MT
1 BHK
2 BHK
LOW COST = AFFORDABLE
1.20% lower material consumption
2.Smarter space utilization, 20% savings
3. Savings across electrical and plumbing
design
4.Use of local materials
STANDERDIZED UNIT PLANS
3 BHK
XRBIA : COMPACT DESIGN
XRBIA : DESIGN STANDARDIZATION
 Conceive
 Recognise Opportunity
 Visualize (Concept)
 Optimize Design
 Rationalize through Value Engineering
 Improvise in Construction
 Complete Project in Time within Cost
XRBIA : DELIVERY OBJECTIVES
 The architect takes the building through design development
before handing the design to the Structural and MEP
engineers
 There is an iterative process of interaction between the
Architect, Structural and MEP Engineers.
 After review of cost, the owner initiates changes and the
whole design process is repeated
 The entire design is then co-ordinated, resulting in more
iterative stages in design
 The Working drawings are handed to the contractor, who also
goes through a process of review.
 Clashes, constraints are observed at site, which calls for
designer intervention to resolve issues.
 All this results in constant communication between all the
team members.
TRADITIONAL DESIGN & PLANNING PROCESS
TRADITIONAL DESIGN & PLANNING PROCESS
 The term “BIM” is used to describe the end product as well as
the process of the project delivery.
 The design team uses BIM as a work process and means of
communicating with one another, the end product of which is the
model.
 BIM is a virtual process that encompasses all aspects,
disciplines, and systems of a building within a single, virtual
model, allowing all design members to collaborate accurately
and efficiently.
 In the BIM process, team members are constantly refining and
adjusting their portions according to owner preferences, systems
compatibility, to ensure the model accurately represents the
design intent at all times
 The model itself is used to calculate materials take-offs for cost
estimation, as well as for clash detection.
BIM : DESIGN & PLANNING PROCESS
BIM : DESIGN & PLANNING PROCESS
 The Affordable Housing segment cannot afford cost or time
over-runs
 The XRBIA Affordable Housing project is productized in
nature to be adopted on a Pan-India basis
 BIM provides the platform to share the building database
across multiple projects
 Cost Implications can be effectively monitored at every stage
 Good for construction drawings can be auto generated from the
BIM model with minimal inputs
 Labour can be trained on the construction methodology using
the visual BIM model, resulting in increased productivity and
reduced reworking
 Visual display of progress of work of all distributed sites at a
central location for easy monitoring
BIM : IDEAL PLATFORM FOR XRBIA PROJECT OBJECTIVES
BIM : XRBIA HINJEWADI EXPERIENCE
BIM : XRBIA HINJEWADI EXPERIENCE
BIM : BUILDING MODEL
BIM : BUILDING SHELL
BIM : 1 BHK UNIT MODEL
BIM : INTERNALS OF THE BUILDING
BIM : FOUNDATION AND STUB COLUMNS
BIM : PLINTH
BIM : GROUND FLOOR
BIM : EXCAVATION VOLUME, SUB-STRUCTURE, STILT
BIM : SUB-STRUCTURE, STILT WITH PLUMBING PIPE STACK
BIM : PLUMBING PIPE CONNECTIONS IN THE STILT
BIM : PLUMBING PIPES WITH CLEARANCE HEIGHTS
BIM : CHAMBERS CLASHING WITH FOUNDATIONS
BIM : INVERT LEVELS OF CHAMBERS AVAILABLE
BIM : TYPICAL TOILET LAYOUT
Start
BIM : WALKAROUND
BIM : 4-D SIMULATION
 Inculcating discipline in approach in all team members
participating in the design and planning process
 Changing the “Design As You Build” mindset amongst architects
and engineers
 Ensuring that all details are provided from the outset, and
realize that BIM is virtual construction process
 Realizing that the BIM Modeler needs to be an integral part of
the Design and Engineering team, and must be on board at the
start of the Design and Engineering stage itself.
 Defining the process to verify the accuracy of the model created
 Defining the process of co-ordination, clash detection and its
removal
BIM : THE CHALLENGES IN IMPLEMENTATION
 Designing the modeling process to ensure that the file sizes
remain manageable, yet a fully integrated view can be easily
generated and model is amenable to frequent changes in design
 Process of generating accurate 2-D drawings from the BIM
Model, with details adequate enough to be used as working
drawings
 Accurately defining project schedules so that these can be
seamlessly integrated with the BIM 4-D simulation
 Defining a suitable Work Breakdown structure for on-line Cost
generation from BIM, 5-D stage
 Defining parameters related to manufactures data to be linked to
BIM elements
BIM : THE CHALLENGES IN IMPLEMENTATION
CONCLUSION

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