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Corporate member event September 2015, BIM and Soft Landings

  1. Peter Brogan Research and Information Manager BIFM Corporate Members Event September 2015 #BIFMCME
  2. Agenda Corporate Members Event, BIM and Soft Landings >Case Study – a Soft Landing Approach Steven Jenkins, Partner, Arcadis >BIM Case Studies Laura Zitver, Research and Information Executive, BIFM >Introduction to BIFMs Operational Readiness Working Group >Getting ‘BIM Ready’ Tony Bignold, Regional Director, Bouygues ES FM >Government Soft Landings Stewardship Group Andrew Digby, Chair and Roy Evans, Policy Officer
  3. > Book today 12 October 2015, Grosvenor House Hotel, London
  4. Steven Jenkins Partner, Arcadis Case Study – a Soft Landing Approach #BIFMCME
  5. BIM AND SOFT LANDINGS BIFM Members Event September 2015
  6. Delivering “Operational Facilities” The Journey from finish to start
  7. © Arcadis 2015 BIM & Soft Landings – A Coordinated Approach Design and construction are small parts of an asset’s lifecycle – operation is key Clients don’t want Practical Completion they want Operational facilities 22 June 2015 7 • What does Practical Completion look like? • High levels of unfinished work/levels of snagging • Building services and systems not fully tested or commissioned • No seasonal commissioning • No O&M/H&S files • Poor/low levels of training for client/FM team on how the buildings work
  8. © Arcadis 2015 King’s College London: Champion Hill Redevelopment
  9. © Arcadis 2015 Champion Hill Redevelopment • BIM Level 2 compliance • Government Soft Landing • Data used in commissioning testing and handover • Data exported to CAFM • EPC A rated • BREEAM Outstanding Why is this a case study?
  10. © Arcadis 2015 Terminology BIM(M) - Building Information Modelling/Management • 3D AutoCAD + extra data* CAFM - Computer Aided Facilities Management • Software containing asset information Soft Landings - process to improve the operational performance of buildings • Requires team to remain involved beyond PC, to help fine-tune and de-bug the systems, and ensure the occupiers understand their buildings • Provides a unified strategy for engaging with outcomes & dovetails with energy performance certification, building logbooks etc. BIM(M)
  11. © Arcadis 2015 Why BIM on King’s College? Simple, repetitive component building Off site construction King’s College wanted to be an early adopter 11
  12. © Arcadis 2015 What did King’s College want? Outcome: “Attract best students in the world” Output: Deliver an operational building 12
  13. © Arcadis 2015 Champion Hill Redevelopment • Demolition of existing Estate • 720 student bedrooms • 650 new build; 70 grade II listed mansion • Construction value circa £34m • Contract period 63 weeks “BIM/GSL wouldn’t have been delivered without Steven Jenkins' expertise and guidance” Kevin Little – Projects Director, Kings College London
  14. © Arcadis 2015 Unique Code Description Design Criteria Manufacturer contact information Supplier contact information Manufacturer reference / Range / Type Manufacturer Manual Manufacturer Colour / Material Drawings Manufacturer Part Number Location Manufacture Spare Parts Manufacturer Consumables Serial Number System Maintenance Description / Intervals Guarantees / Warranties Replacement Cost Access Requirements Regulatory Compliance Commissioning Information Specification Size Quantity What Data should we capture?
  15. © Arcadis 2015 DrawingsDrawings SpecificationSpecification Designer Contractor Installer Client FM team Description Location System Size Bespoke Code Design Criteria Manufacturer contact information Manufacturer reference / Range / Type Manufacturer Manual Manufacturer Colour / Material Manufacture Spare Parts Manufacturer Part Number Manufacturer Consumables Serial Number Guarantees / Warranties Replacement Cost Access Requirements Regulatory Compliance Commissioning Information Quantity Maintenance Description / Intervals Supplier contact information
  16. © Arcadis 2015 Manufacture Spare Parts Drawings Specification Designer Contractor Installer Client FM team Description Location System Size Bespoke Code Manufacturer contact information Manufacturer reference / Range / Type Manufacturer Manual Manufacturer Part Number Manufacturer Consumables Serial Number Guarantees / Warranties Access Requirements Regulatory Compliance Commissioning Information Specification Drawings Quantity Maintenance Description / Intervals Supplier contact information Replacement Cost Design Criteria Manufacturer Colour / Material
  17. © Arcadis 2015 Soft Landings and BIM Work Plan Task Group to deliver:
  18. © Arcadis 2015 Data Is everything
  19. © Arcadis 2015 Information strategy: Data transfer contractor Model 1, etc Designer Model 2, etc. Database Database CAFM BMS/BEMS Constructio n Commissioning Operation Asset Data H&S Files Residual Risk Register Geometrical Data Commissioning Data BMS Information Asset Data Maintenance data Pictures/PDF
  20. © Arcadis 2015 Commissioning Strategy – What we did Conditions precedent to Practical Completion - Two years hard FM • Mapped commissioning process • Who, what, when and how –completed and look ahead • Developed Building User Guides (BUG) • Extensive training programmes • Snagging, witnessing and testing capture • All PPM activities populated within CAFM (SFG20) 20
  21. © Arcadis 2015 Initial Aftercare Plan (3 months) • On-site attendance • Trades and sub-contractors • User inductions • Students, Operational and technical Staff • Purpose • Help FM team with building operation • Communicate with stakeholders • Observe the building in use 21
  22. © Arcadis 2015 Extended aftercare: • Environmental and energy performance – TM22 • Seasonal/continual commissioning • Occupant satisfaction surveys • Post Occupancy Evaluations • End of year review meetings 22
  23. © Arcadis 2015 FM Benefits? • Model allowed testing and understanding of systems and specifications prior to construction • GSL initiative to achieve operational position 30 days prior to completion • Link created between the model data and the FM platform
  24. © Arcadis 2015 Lessons Learned… Start with the end in mind • Engage with the Maintenance FM Team early • Fall in love with your CAFM system • Trigger for change – processes • Change Management – People • Don’t underestimate the first project
  25. © Arcadis 2015 Lessons Learned Do Don’t Have a strategy (be bold) Focus on project level Understand it’s a change programme Expect it to bolt onto processes Have a delivery plan (be realistic) Leave it to the supply chain Start at the end (asset information) Use as a delivery tool only Expect a learning curve Believe the hype
  26. © Arcadis 2015 10 things FM should know about BIM 1. BIM is just as much about digital FM as it is about virtual construction. 2. BIM is bringing transparency of asset data and so it is bound to change how FM is procured and managed. 3. It’s absolutely not about more work, it’s about smarter working. 4. It applies to all public and private sectors and all types of property. 5. Project size does not matter. As more buildings of all sizes have models, BIM will be the standard way to do things.
  27. © Arcadis 2015 10 things FM should know about BIM 6. It’s not about technology; it’s about process and collaboration. You do not need to be experts in CAD or 3D modelling. 7. New commercial models are coming & FM should help shape these. 8. A focus on post-occupancy evaluation will mean FM needs to support the collection, interpretation and analysis of this data. 9. Facilities managers need new skills and capabilities to engage with BIM, provide brief on FM Requirements and get involved with the design teams etc. 10.The BIM genie is out of the bottle: there’s absolutely no going back
  28. © Arcadis 2015 “The world as we have created it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.”
  29. Steven Jenkins Arcadis House 34 York Way London N1 9AB T: 07818 526047 Questions? Programme & Project Management Cost & Life-cycle Management Facilities & Estates Management Master-planning Support Services Business Advisory
  30. Laura Zitver Research and Information Executive BIM Case Studies #BIFMCME
  31. BIM Case Studies – BIM Academy >Durham Cathedral >Sydney Opera House >Northumbria University >Leeds Beckett University
  32. Durham Cathedral > Scanning the project > Modelling > Show casing possibilities
  33. Sydney Opera House > 1st phase – Research current use and future requirements and specification of the FM system > 2nd phase – Modelling the building
  34. Northumbria University > Research project – modelled 32 buildings > Huge efficiencies gained in modelling
  35. Leeds Beckett University > BIM Academy helped define their requirements > BIM Roadmap in implementation > Leeds Beckett’s vision; ‘To be the Uk’s first digitally integrated campus model’
  36. Group Members BIFM’s Operational Readiness Group #BIFMCME
  37. BIFM’s Operational Readiness Working Group Key Objectives of the group:
  38. Group Members Stephen Beadle, Senior Technical Manager FES FM Limited Peter Brogan Research and Information Manager BIFM Jason Clark Director UBS GCS Hugh Henderson Director of Consultancy and Solutions Development Mace Macro Greg Kemp Associate/Facilities Management Consulting Arup
  39. Group Members (contd.) Mike Packham Partner Bernard Williams Associates Paul Thomas Bid Manager Robertson Facilities Manager Jacqueline Walpole Company Product Manager FSI Roy Whitaker Course Director, Senior Lecturer and Researcher Leeds Beckett University Laura Zitver Research and Information Executive BIFM
  40. Our approach – Collaboration and Consultation
  41. BIFM Operational Readiness Guide > Shown against both the RIBA stages > Activities and tasks for the FM to consider > Is a useful checklist of activities – not a replacement for the knowledge and experience a good FM will bring to a project > Allows for the FM joining a project after start > Builds on the work already published > Open source for further development > Sign-post to further reading
  42. Tony Bignold Regional Director, Bouygues ES FM Getting ‘BIM Ready’ #BIFMCME
  43. BIM for FM 30th September 2015
  44. BIM Checkpoint -where is BIM being applied? • Government contracts > Central Government > NHS > Schools & Universities > Local Authorities, Fire Services • Space critical environments > Low tolerances in space usage • Flagship buildings > Big Corporate head offices > Internationally recognised buildings • Infrastructure projects • Refurbishment projects • FM PQQ documentation
  45. BIM Checkpoint – latest standards • PAS 1192 part 5 - Specification for security-minded building information modelling, digital built environments and smart asset management • BIM level 3 strategy document
  46. Progress? Benefits? Risks? Savings? Costs? Who?
  47. What about FM? • Where is the benefit? > 3D visualisation > Asset capture > Asset Surveys > Soft Landings > Lifecycle management > Information access
  48. What about FM? • Where is the risk? > Partial BIM > Overrating the visualisation aspect > Lack of client ownership > No early input > Ability to manage data > BIM skills > BIM software – licenses, security > Validation
  49. BIM requires change • Change in information management • Change of culture • Changing partnerships • Improving procedures
  50. • Think beyond BIM, think data • Digitalisation - think security • Understand what data is important • CAFM versus BIM • Learn how to manage data • and Totex will reduce Summary
  51. Andrew Digby and Roy Evans Government Soft Landings Stewardship Group #BIFMCME
  52. BIFM BIM and GSL, 30 September 2015 Government Soft Landings Stewardship Group Andrew Digby, Chair Roy Evans, Policy Officer
  56. HOW CAN YOU GET INVOLVED? CONTACT DETAILS Andrew Digby, Chair ( – 0750 006 5242) Roy Evans, Policy Officer ( - 07764 287 066) Jenny Bone, Secretariat ( - 0203 545 8578)
  57. Working on a BIM project? Is it a winner? Entries for 2016 Awards open January 2016
  58. Thank you Any Queries email

Hinweis der Redaktion

  1. Welcome to this prestigious venue. Thanks to Bouygues (Bweeg) for venue and sponsoring the networking session.
  2. Buildings generally not fully operational at PC Poor commissioning and training Levels of unfinished work at handover Perception that building users do not know how the building works (passive measures and complex BMS)
  3. Moved up from Excellent to Out, and v good to Excellent
  4. Moved up from Excellent to Out, and v good to Excellent
  5. Timber frame Cassette walls and floors Bathroom pod construction High levels of standardisation Student residential scheme Stand room configuration two standard bedroom types, one shower room type
  6. Just deliver an OB Outcomes not outputs Not a building start with the end in mind
  7. Moved up from Excellent to Out, and v good to Excellent
  8. 10 to 12 to 13 to FM
  9. Not a software specialist or an IT Geek
  10. Data loss in export Vapour ware Need to add 3D model Un-managable file sizes Rvt Database Left to right or right to left?
  11. Traditionly at PC wewalk away and say over to you Here, we are holding hand
  12. Government's Construction Strategy BIM Level 2 all projects over £5million 2016 Focus on Design & Construction
  13. BIM academy has kindly shared their experiences of BIM case studies with BIFM and together we have created this set of case studies which we have in hard copy for you to take away with you this evening.
  14. BIM Academy chose the 900 year old Chapter House as a pilot to demonstrate the benefits of Building Information Modelling – first they scanned the Chapter House and then the scans were used to create a single linked model. The BIM Academy could then show case possibilities with this information – for example they showed what it would like to put in a mezannine and even used an actual past scenario where Durham Cathedral was used for filming Harry Potter and showed how the modelling could have helped with scenario planning for the filming of the set. It also highlighted aspects of the building that were unknown before such as accurate stone surveying, finding out how thick walls were and then they could attached this type of information to the model, i.e. condition, material. Lighting etc
  15. BIM Academy first liaised with operators to find out how they were using the building currently, their requirements and then prioritised requirements in order to develop a facilities management specification to meet the building stakeholder needs for exiting and future refurbishment – BIM Academy, ACON and ECO DOMUS are currently implementing a system to link the BIM model to existing systems. The Opera House currently puts on eighteen hundred shows a year and the use of space is very versatile, dressing rooms become offices, the use of space changes everyday.
  16. This case study is about how new technology will help Estate Owners manage buildings. There were time saving benefits in changing the types of drawings going into a BIM model – from one year to one month. In 2010, to scan and model the buildings worked out to 33p per square metre. As a result of this work Northumbria also gained great visuals of the campus, increased information on buildings which has lead to an increase in the efficiency of the buildings.
  17. This project started 3 months ago. Like the Opera House case study, it was vital for the BIM Academy to understand how they worked and then created a BIM roadmap to start implementing a CAFM system to link models together – this project should be finished within 3 years – all models are in place and there are 108 models.
  18. Provide advice, guidance and facts to the Board, Members’ Council  and members and other respective Institutions To act as an advisory board, bringing together members of the Institute and external expertise, who are working or have a professional interest in Soft Landings Highlight gaps and challenges in the Soft Landings arena Raising awareness of Soft Landings from a strategic and FM operational perspective Provide case studies, guidance and communication documentation where appropriate Seek funding for future projects and plans of work
  19. It aims to help the user understand what is expected of them in BIM. Whilst the guide set tasks linked to the RIBA stages and the maximum benefit is gained from the FM being involved in the complete process the guide repeats some sections in case the FM is not engaged by the design team at the start and has to play catch-up. There is a lot of information published and the guide directs uses to further reading, The guide is built based on what is already published and the knowledge and experience of the group and is for sharing to BIFM members in the same way the current series of good practice guides are issued.
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