FIATECH Streamlining Projects (PPT)

Report
OVERVIEW OF THE NEED FOR REGULATORY
STREAMLINING & FIATECH’S ROLE
GENERIC PRESENTATION FROM THE FIATECH
REALTIME PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND REGULATORY
STREAMLINING ELEMENT 6 - JANUARY, 2012
PROJECT MANAGEMENT & REGULATORY
STREAMLINING – TEAM MEMBERS
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Board Liaisons: Steven Makredes, Target & Kevin Hart, Kaiser
Permanente
Streamlining Project Steering Committee:
- Ron Loback, Avolve – Chair & Element 6 Roadmap Champion Lead
- Thomas Phillips – Target – Vice Chair
- Jonathan Widney – Solibri
- Marla Schuchman – ARX – Lead Digital Seals Project
FIATECH Project Manager - Robert Wible
GENERIC OVERVIEW OF REGULATORY STREAMLINING
The Nation’s Current Regulatory System & Need for Regulatory
Streamlining
• Helping Both the Public & Private Sectors Be More Effective & Efficient
• Areas in Need of Streamlining
• Examples - Current FIATECH Regulatory Streamlining Projects:
- Guideline for Replicable Buildings
- ePlan/BIM
- Digital Seals
- Proof of Concept AutoCodes
MAY WE BE OF ASSISANCE?
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NATION’S CURRENT REGULATORY SYSTEM
Federal Government
• 50 State and 4 Territorial Governments
• Native American Tribal Governments
• 40,000 local jurisdictions – Counties, Cities, Towns
& Townships
• Regional & Special District Regulatory Authorities
for – Fire, Water, Sewer, Conservation, Historic
Preservation, Economic Development, etc.
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CURRENT REGULATORY SYSTEM – NATURE OF
FEDERALISM
Limited Federal Authority
• Police (regulatory powers) generally reserved to
States except for those powers specifically related
to Interstate Commerce - Transportation – Air,
Water and Federal highways & the Environment
• All other powers by 10th Amendment are reserved
to the States and their local units of government.
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CURRENT REGULATORY SYSTEM
Grew from Colonial Times – Simple regulation construction & commerce
• 13 Colonies to 50 States & 4 Territories
• Nation of 2.5 million to
310 million
Complexities of technology
& modern life: health, welfare &
life safety including the environment
NEED FOR REGULATORY STREAMLINING
FROM EARLY 1900’S TO PRESENT TREMENDOUS GROWTH IN COMPLEXITY From Simple regulations over construction, interstate commerce, fire safety,
and public health to:
• Highway construction, operation & maintenance
• Energy production and use
• Water, sewer, storm water runoff & pollution
• Content of products & their production & use
• Recycling & disposal of waste
• Health and safety of workers
• Transportation of hazardous & oversized materials
REGULATORY OVERLAP AND DUPLICATION BY AGENCIES
AT ALL LEVELS OF GOVERNMENT
EXAMPLES IN ROAD TRANSPORTATION:
- What is being transported?
- Over what kind of road – Federal, state, county, local road?
- What are width and load limits for each type of road and for bridges
encountered along the transportation route?
- Are any of the components of what is being transported classified as a
hazardous material by Federal, state or local government?
- Where are vehicles doing the transportation licensed? Who inspects
them?
- Are “Escort Vehicles” required to accompany what’s being
transported? Do different states, local jurisdictions transited along the
route have different requirements for escort vehicles?
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REGULATORY STREAMLINING – THE NEED
GIVEN SEVERE RECESSION & NEED FOR MORE RAPID RECOVERY FROM
BOTH MAN-MADE AND NATURAL DISASTERS NATION CAN NO LONGER
AFFORD A REGULATORY SYSTEM THAT WAS BUILT IN MID-1900’S & IS:
• Cumbersome, overlapping, poorly administered
• Does not delineate clear lines of authority & jurisdiction
• Leaves compliance to guesswork and repeated re-applications, reviews
and inspections
• Long waiting periods between each regulatory step
• Presents barriers to innovative products, processes & materials
NOT ABOUT REGULATORY ABANDONMENT BUT ABOUT EFFICIENCY!!!
FOR EXAMPLE – THE BUILDING REGULATORY
PROCESS
FIATECH REGULATORY STREAMLINING PROJECT MISSION
Enhance our nation’s public safety, disaster
resilience and economic competitiveness…
• By streamlining and applying information
technology to the nation’s regulatory process…
• Making it more effective and efficient – clarifying
compliance and reducing time in regulatory
process by up to 80%
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THE USA IS AWASH IN REGULATIONS & PAPER
“Streamline permitting.
Cut red tape so job-creating construction and
infrastructure projects can move forward.”
ENABLING NEW WAYS TO WORK
Replicable
Buildings
Guideline
Replicable
Buildings
Guideline
ePlan Review
DIG-SIGs
AutoCodes
REPLICABLE BUILDINGS GUIDELINE
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Participants: Target Corporation, DuPont, Intel, Avolve Software, Solibri,
ICC, Salem, OR; Clark Co., NV; Salt Lake City, UT
RBG Status:
– Key to large-scale regulatory reform
– Defines “replicable” structure qualifications
– Adoption parameters (high-level)
– Guideline Drafted by FIATECH in 2009 and Released by ICC for adoption/use
Sept., 2010
• Supporting adoption by jurisdictions in 2010 -11
• Target Corporation field-testing and reports
REPLICABLE BUILDINGS GUIDELINE
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Keys elements
– Single review for all but site specific issues
– Repeatable process, check lists
– Provides authoritative review for validation
– Top-down and bottom-up adoption
– Case studies (and more case studies)
– Being adopted now by NY, NJ, & localities across
U.S.
SAMPLE SAVINGS - TARGET STORES $100,000
PER STORE IN DEMONSTRATION PROJECT
DIGITAL SEALS PROJECT
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PROBLEM BEING ADDRESSED: Only ½ of 50 States and most countries do net yet
recognize digital seals on building plans slowing the use of ePlan review technologies
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PROJECT APPROACH: Identify barriers to gaining jurisdiction approval of digital seals
and produce a Guide to Using Digital Seals that FIATECH members and stakeholders
can use to work with administrative and legislative bodies to gain approval e-seal
approval
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PROJECT TEAM & LEAD: ARX – LEAD, Participating members: Hatch, Avolve, Solibri,
Target, Kaiser Permanent – Partner - AIA
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PROJECT DELIVERABLES: Research, Produce, Disseminate Guide , Identify several
jurisdictions to target to gain acceptance of digital seals. - Produce and Release in
2012
AUTOCODES – EXPEDITED PERMITTING VIA
DIGITAL REVIEW
PHASES I AND II - UPDATE AND STATUS REPORT
60 DAYS TO 60 SECONDS!
AUTOCODES PROJECT OBJECTIVE
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Mission:
–Make plan review, storage, retrieval more
efficient reduce plan review time by 80%
–Facilitate use of BIM data in both the regulatory
& construction processes
–Create greater uniformity across the nation in
code adoption, interpretation and application
AUTOCODES – UPDATE – PHASE IA
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Phase I – Background
– Scope
– Objectives
– Methodology
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POC Implementation and status
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2D Plan Review Collection Results
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Number of respondents
Number of comments (gross, average)
Spread of the comments
Analysis of responses
POC PARTICIPANTS – 14 VOLUNTARY PARTNERS
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ICC – Chicago
States
– New Jersey
– New York
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Counties
– Mecklenburg, NC
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Cities
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Bend, OR
San Jose, CA
Livermore, CA
Redwood City, CA
Irvine, CA
Salt Lake City, UT
Amarillo, TX
Carrollton, TX
Houston, TX
Philadelphia, PA
★ Bend
State of NY
Livermore
Redwood City
San Jose
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Irvine
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ICC - Chicago
Salt Lake City
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✪ State of NJ
★ Philadelphia
★Mecklenburg County, NC
Amarillo
★ Carrollton
★Houston
AUTOCODES UPDATE – PHASE IA (CONTINUED)
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2D Plan Review Data Analysis
– What we learned
• Vs what we expected
• What we didn’t expect
– GAP Analysis between respondents
• Did not anticipate the need for this, so really a positive development
• What to do with this information?
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Approval if issues corrected?
– If NO, why not?
SNAPSHOT OF COMMENTS
Codes
Comments
NonCompliant
Not Enough Guideline
Info
Statements
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122
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High
42
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26
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Low
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IBC 2009
IL, NC, NY,
OR, PA, TX,
UT
ADA
OR
CBC
CA
NJAC/IBC/A NJ
NSI
AUTOCODES – PHASE IB - UNDERWAY
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3D Model Review
– Check against current SMC Rulesets
– Modify Templates Accordingly
– Identify 2D components in 3D model
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Inform Target Corporation of Model Discrepancies
– As compared to 2D
– As required for viable checking
• Creates a model protocol by-product
AUTOCODES – PHASE IB (METHODOLOGY)
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Invite three jurisdictions to participate in 3D Checking
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Provide Technology and Familiarization Sessions to Participants
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Provide Rulesets to Jurisdictions
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Modify Ruleset Templates for Specific Jurisdictions
AUTOCODES – PHASE IB – CURRENT STATUS
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Collaborate with participants in running Accessibility and Egress Check
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Record process and approaches for intent v content understanding
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Generate results
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DEVELOP Jurisdiction Report Format
AUTOCODES – PHASE IB – LOOKING AHEAD
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Review results from Jurisdiction Model Checks
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Compare results for consistency
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Generate a GAP analysis
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Complete by 15 December 2011
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Use results to influence Ruleset development
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Discussion - The ROI ecosystem
AUTOCODES – PHASE II – BEYOND THE POC
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Area of next focus
– Expanded use of Accessibility and Egress Rulesets – different building types
– Fire & Life Safety
– Mechanical & Engineering (M&E)
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Engage with Phase I Jurisdictions + Expanded Audience
– Design Firms, GC’s and MEP firms
– Owners and Code Consultants
CAN FIATECH HELP YOU WITH YOUR REGULATORY
STREAMLINING ISSUES IN?
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Building design & construction
Zoning & Land Use
Environment
Transportation
Energy Use
Work place safety
Other areas
IF SO CONTACT US TO LEARN MORE ABOUT BENEFITS
OF REGULATORY STREAMLINING & FIATECH
Contact FIATECH Regulatory Streamlining Project
Manager, Robert Wible at:
• 703-568-2323
• [email protected]
• Visit FIATECH website for Video on AutoCodes &
other projects
• www.fiatech.org

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