2014 Annual Conference - Construction Industry Institute

Report
BIM for All
The State of BIM in the US and the World
Dana K. “Deke” Smith, FAIA
National Institute of Building Sciences
2014 CII Annual Conference
July 21–23 • Indianapolis, Indiana
Learning Objectives
1. We have barely started to take advantage of BIM
2. BIM supports both horizontal and vertical construction
3. BIM supports near real time Life Cycle Costing
4. The US needs a national mandate to implement BIM in
order to remain competitive
Come to the Implementation Session
Presenter
Dana K. Smith, FAIA
Executive Director, buildingSMART alliance
National Institute of Building Sciences
BIM – Making it Work for You
Location: Grand Ballroom 9-10
Time: 11:30 a.m. & 1:30 p.m. today
Topics
• BIM for all – horizontal as well as vertical
• Are we sustainable?
• Where the US stands today
• Our challenge
The Information Age Transformation
Information Pipeline
Planning
Design
Construction
Operations
Sustainment
Disney Concert Hall, designed by Frank Gehry. Photos courtesy of Dennis R. Shelden, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer, Gehry Technologies.
BIM for horizontal and vertical facilities
UK Crossrail
Project –
Integration of
facilities above
and under the
ground.
Image with permission - Skanska
Plant Design – BIM/IMM
Multiple ISO Standards
ISO 16739 – IFC
ISO 15926 – FIATECH
Technical Committees
ISO TC 267
ISO TC 211
ISO TC 59
Image provided by Sutech Solutions with permission
Airport Design – BIM/IMM
Image provided by Sutech Solutions with permission
Rail / Metro Using BIM/IMM
Image provided by Sutech Solutions with permission
Are We Sustainable?
We simply cannot be serious about sustainability
if we are using first cost as our metric.
Are We Sustainable?
Total Cost of Operations
TCO = Ca + Cc + Co +Cm + Cp + Cd
Where:
Ca=Cost of Acquisition
Cc=Cost of Commissioning
Co=Cost of Operation
Cm=Cost of Maintenance
Cp=Cost of Production
Cd=Removal and Disposal cost minus any reclamation value.
Where we stand in the world
Used with permission – McGraw-Hill Construction – Smart Market Report
Challenge Team - UK
Francis Maude
Minister for the
Cabinet Office
David Philp
Head of BIM
Implementation, Cabinet Office
Mark Bew
Chairman HM Government
BIM Working Group
“The government set an ambitious target to make public sector
construction 15 to 20 per cent more efficient by 2016. By successfully
delivering this ambition the public sector would be freeing up £1.2
billion a year, which can be spent on other government projects.
That’s the equivalent to 60 new secondary schools.”
Challenge - US
• Implement BIM for all facilities by 2021
– Planning
– Design
– Construction
– Commissioning
– Operations
Leadership
Required
– Maintenance
http://www.nationalbimstandard.org/visiontaskforce.php
Thank you
• Dana K. “Deke” Smith, FAIA
• Executive Director, buildingSMART alliance
• National Institute of Building Sciences
• 202-289-7800
• [email protected]
[email protected]
• Twitter: b_smart_all
• Skype: dana.k.smith
• LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/danaksmith/

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