1 BUILDER An Overview Presentation SAME Central Virginia Post, Fort Lee, VA March 14, 2013 Calvin D. Gilley, PE, CFM, LEED AP Principal, Cardno TEC Inc.
2 Presentation Outline > Asset Management? > Assessment Systems > CA Software > SMS / EMS > Inventory > Ratings > Remaining Service Life > CI vs. FCI > BUILDER Evolution > Lessons Learned > The Way Ahead
3 Asset Management? Air Force > Planning > Real Property > Facilities > Natural Environment > NEPA Coast Guard > Facilities (FE) > Shore Infrastructure Logistics Navy > Base Development > Real Property Marine Corps > Master Planning > Real Property > Facilities (Public Works)
4 Assessment Systems > Traditional Facility Condition Assessment Deficiency Based NAVFAC MO 322 Annual Inspection Summary (AIS) Fill Job Jar Five Year Maintenance Action Plan One Year Maintenance Execution Plan > Sustainment Management Systems (SMS) > Other systems Parametric (Whitestone/MARS) Economic
5 CA Software > Traditional Facility Condition Assessment VFA Facility (VFA) AMS (ISES) > Sustainment Management Systems (SMS) BUILDER (ERDC-CERL) VERTEX (MACTEC/AMEC) Comet (Parsons) TECfms TM (Cardno TEC Inc.) > Other Systems Parametric/Economic Whitestone MARS
6 SMS / EMS What is a Sustainment Management System? A lifecycle engineering method which incorporates observational data collected using a structured language and disciplined inspection procedures to determine asset condition.
7 What is BUILDER? The BUILDER Sustainment Management System (SMS) is a web-based software application developed by ERDC s Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) to help civil engineers, technicians, and managers decide when, where, and how to best maintain building infrastructure. The process starts with the automated download of real property data, and then more detailed system inventory is modeled and/or collected which identifies components and their key life-cycle attributes such as the age and material. From this inventory, Condition Index (CI) measures for each component are predicted based on its expected stage in the life-cycle. Objective and repeatable inspections can then be performed on various components to verify their condition with respect to the expected life-cycle deterioration. The level of detail and frequency of these inspections are not fixed like other processes; they are dependent on knowledge of component criticality, the expected and measured condition and rate of deterioration, and remaining maintenance and service life. This Knowledge-based inspection focuses attention to the most critical components at the time.
8 Inventory 2 Levels of Inventory: > Asset Level Individual facilities present in the portfolio, and key attribute information about each > Component Level individual components which make up systems in a facility. The building blocks of a functioning facility. Key attribute information is also collected about each component. ASTM E1557 Uniformat II
9 Inventory Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 UNIFORMAT II ASTM E1557 Level 1 B Shell Level 2 B-30 Roofing Level 3 B3010 Roof Coverings Level 4 B Flashings & Trim D Services D20 Plumbing D2010 Plumbing Fixtures D Water Fountains
11 Ratings Distress > 23 Predetermined types Plus ROOFER specific types > Attributed to sub-components > Severity/density modifiers > Provide deduct value > Not actionable
12 Ratings - Direct > 9 Types > Measure correlates directly to the distress survey CI scale > Less effort than a distress survey > Less objective approach > Quick record of condition > Not actionable
15 BUILDER SMS Knowledge Based Inspection (KBI) 1 1 KBI framework and procedure as developed by CERL is protected under US Patent # US 7,058,544 B2 The goal is NOT to just fill the job jar, but maximize inspection value, economically.
16 CI vs. FCI Condition Index (CI) Metric > Provides an objective measure of the physical condition of an asset based on a point scale from a standardized distress-based, not deficiency-based, inspection process. Condition Index Descriptor Good Slight or no serviceability or reliability reduction Satisfactory Serviceability or reliability is degraded but adequate Fair Serviceability or reliability is noticeably degraded Poor Significant serviceability or reliability loss Very Poor Unsatisfactory serviceability or reliability reduction Serious Extreme serviceability or reliability reduction 10-0 Failed Overall degradation is total.
17 CI vs. FCI Facility Condition Index (FCI) Metric $ Deficiencies $ Plant Replacement Value (PRV) FCI Metric USCG / USN / USMC ORGANIZATION IFMA / NACUBO / APPA ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITAL Excellent < 0.02 Good < 0.05 < Fair Marginal Poor > 0.15 > 0.10 > 0.10
18 BUILDER Output and Benefits > Long and Short Range Work Action Plans > Ability to Set Prioritization Criteria and Budget Constraints > Ability to Run Simulations Based on Current M&R Decisions > Lower Cost of Inspection Program by Targeting Projected System Failures > Reduced Penalty Costs (Making Decisions at the Right Time) Allow More Work Accomplishment With the Same Budget > System/Component Ratings by Building or Installation
19 BUILDER Output Sample Report
20 Army BUILDER Evolution 2012 IMCOM Pilot Project > Fort Hood, TX 127 Facilities/3,200,000 SF > Fort Campbell, KY 105 Facilities/2,600,000 SF
21 Navy BUILDER Evolution 2007 POM 10 VERTEX TM Model > 28,727 Facilities/320,000,000 SF 2008 VERTEX Baseline Assessments 2009 BUILDER Selected for Enterprise Life Cycle Analysis and Long Range Work Planning Tool 2009 Maximo Redirection BUILDER Linkup BUILDER Implementation > Comet Data Collection > VERTEX TM Conversion > CIMU Conversion > BUILDER Upload 3/14/2013
22 USCG BUILDER Evolution MLCPAC Assessments > TECfms TM > 7+ Million SF, 10 CONUS/OCONUS Bases District Experiments > VERTEX TM > VFA Facility > BUILDER > Traditional FCAs 2007 Maximo Roll Out (SAMS) TEC ARMR PoC and Implementation CG Information Management Strategy CG Housing re-set, PoC USCG IM Strategy 3/14/2013
23 USMC BUILDER Evolution BUILDER v2.2 ( ) MCB Lejeune BUILDER v3.0 I - III (9/ /2011) MCB Hawaii MCRD San Diego MCAS Miramar MCLB Barstow MCB Twenty-nine Palms MCB Lejeune BUILDER v3.0 IV - Japan (10/2011 9/2012) Marine Bases Japan/Okinawa BUILDER v3.0 V (2013+) Refresh? TOTAL SF = +/- 90 Million MCAS Pendleton MCB/MCAF Quantico MCLB Albany MCAS Cherry Point MCAS New River MCRD Parris Island MCB Camp Pendleton Refresh MCLB Barstow 3/14/2013
24 USAF BUILDER Evolution 2009 AF Nuclear Program > 7+ Million SF, 10 CONUS/OCONUS Bases 2010 PACAF Sustainability Assessments > Comet > Energy Audit (ASHRAE Level II) > Space Optimization 2011/2012 AF SIA I and SIA II > 6-8 Contract Packages > Approximately 10 Million SF each > BUILDER > Energy Audit (ASHRAE Level II) > Space Optimization > High Performance Building Audits 3/14/2013
25 Lessons Learned Public Works Staff Should Understand > The difference between CI and FCI > That BUILDER does not generate projects There must be validation before going to PWS, DD1391 or Service Call. > That BUILDER operates using distresses and direct ratings. It does not find deficiencies. > The difference between CI and Functionality.
26 Lessons Learned Before Assessment > Calibrate the Staff > Calibration = Data Consistency > Data consistency allows comparison of identical information between bases > Data Consistency = Reliable Data > Reliable Data = Happy HQ
27 Lessons Learned During Assessments > Coordinate Daily/Weekly Assessments Triple Check > Proper inventory is key Know Uniformat II (ASTM E 1557) Inventory Drives Forecasting > Data management and chain of custody are critical > Photos invaluable and of immediate benefit to PWD > QC is CRITICAL > Data QC is as important as field QC
28 Lessons Learned
29 Lessons Learned Program Sustainment > Adjust PW Business Processes Standardized Template Flexibility for PW Operational Differences Standardized Reports > Training for PW personnel is a must Data half life Return on Investment > Help Desk Special Reports > Access via NMCI Remains a Challenge
30 The Way Ahead > Selective Data Validation > Data Maintenance / Update > Intelligent assessments Save assessment dollars with targeted assessments based on estimated RSL or CI versus assessing entire inventory every 3-5 years > Integration w/usmcmax Observing/learning from USN experience Observing/learning from USCG SAMS and IMS Strategy > Integration w/usaf NEXGEN IT Observing/learning from SIA I Observing/learning from Navy/USMC BUILDER Implementation
31 Questions/ Discussion Contact: Calvin D. Gilley, PE, CFM, LEED AP Principal Or Raymond K. Best, PE, LEED AP Principal 2496 Old Ivy Road, Suite 300 Charlottesville, VA (434)
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