1 BIM Strategy for NHSScotland Professor Bimal Kumar and Graham Hayne GCU BIM Partnership School of Engineering and Built Environment Glasgow Caledonian University
2 Agenda Introduction to BIM GCU BIM Partnership with HFS HFS BIM Strategy HFS BIM Strategy Training Programme
3 Some myths about BIM.. BIM is a piece of software BIM will save my firm 20%+ if I use a BIM software A client is asking me to use BIM on their project let s buy some Revit (BIM software) licenses! We have been doing BIM for at least 30 years ever since CAD came out! BIM is CAD by another name!
4 Information Management in the Construction Industry Industry seen as non-collaborative Latham/Egan urge collaborative working. IT systems will support collaboration Adoption of IT tools has been slow Clients are imposing pressure on contractors to improve quality and performance
5 Traditional Routes of Communication and Knowledge Transfer Client side Client Contracting side Quantity surveyors Professionals Engineers Adviser Architects Material suppliers Main contractor Consultants Banks Sub contractors Fire Accountants Financiers Insurance Building Control Regulators Planning
6 Knowledge Gap 24% 12% Where knowledge needs to reside 42% 42% Where knowledge currently resides 22%
7 Structured Communication via an Intermediary regulatory bodies property developer architect general contractor EDMS consultants engineers specialist contractor material supplier material producers
8 Project Management Project Management is the planning, organising, monitoring and control of all aspects of a project and the motivation of all involved to achieve the project objectives safely and within agreed time, cost and performance criteria. Project management is largely an information processing enterprise.
9 So..The desired scenario in the Construction Industry is.. All stakeholders share and exchange information in a pre-agreed standard format which is enabled by appropriate technologies, processes and standard protocols.
10 BIM Definition (BIM Handbook, Eastman et al.) BIM is a modelling technology and associated set of processes to produce, communicate and analyse building models. These building models are characterised by: Building Components that are represented with intelligent digital representations that know what they are and can be associated with computable graphic and data attributes and parametric rules. Components that include data that describe how they behave, as needed for analyses and work processes, e.g. takeoff, specification and energy analysis.
11 BIM Definition contd... Consistent and non-redundant data such that changes to component data are represented in all views of the component. Coordinated data such that all views of a model are represented in a coordinated way. Paul Morrell believes that BIM is about the intelligent use of digital data to design, construct, manage and use a built facility Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) describe the fundamentals of BIM as... a common single and co-ordinated source of structured information... National BIM Standards-United States definition: "A BIM is a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility. As such it serves as a shared knowledge resource for information about a facility forming a reliable basis for decisions during its lifecycle from inception onward."
12 So, what s the difference between CAD (Computer-aided Draughting) and BIM (Building Information Modelling)? CAD dumb drawing, a collections of various geometric shapes and components that make up a drawing of a building BIM an all-encompassing container of information about all aspects of a building, i.e. A BIM model should contain information about design, construction, operation, schedules, costs etc. etc. for a building. Therefore, it can be used to extract information and reason with it for all imaginable aspects of a building! BIM is a digital representation of the physical and functional characteristics of a facility
13 Screen shot of BIM modelling software
16 Tools Standards and Protocols Processes
17 Information Delivery Lifecycle
18 UK Drivers UK Government s Construction Procurement Strategy published in June 2011 mandates the use of Level 2BIM on all public-sector projects from More than 15 years ago, Michael Latham s report (Constructing the Team) underlined the importance of Collaboration and the use of IT in facilitating that. Subsequent to Latham, John Egan s report (Rethinking Construction) again emphasised the importance of this and its role in improving the industry s efficiency.
19 Scottish Government Position Recommendation: The use of Building Information Modeling (BIM) should be introduced in central government with a view to encouraging its adoption across the entire public sector. The objective should be that, where appropriate, construction projects across the public sector in Scotland adopt a BIM level 2 approach by April Review of Scottish Public Sector Procurement in Construction, October 2013
20 Northern Ireland Government s Position All public sector projects above the EU threshold (Euros 4.35m) will be Level 2 BIM-enabled from 2017.
22 Construction 2025 Targets (Construction 2025, 2013)
25 BIM Technology Maturity Levels
26 Level 2 BIM BIM Model 1 BIM Model 4 CDE BIM Model 2 BIM Model 3
27 Information Delivery Lifecycle
29 Level 2 Key Issues Key to the strategy is the need to deliver Level 2 BIM capabilities with combined model, drawing and COBie data deliveries to the client at key points throughout the delivery and handover process. To achieve this, clear contractual and delivery guidance is being made available to the supply chain. The PAS 1192:2 and 3 form the first parts of this guidance. On successful completion of the Early Adopter programmes the documents and processes will be refined and converted into full British Standards.
30 Level 2 BIM Central idea: Everyone uses the same Data Formats and Timings on data delivery Data Format: COBie - Construction Operations Building Information Exchange
31 COBie What is COBie? COBie stands for Construction Operations Building Information Exchange. COBie (Construction Operation Building information exchange) is a data schema for holding and transmitting information around handover to support the client s ownership and operation of a facility. Technical Specifications for COBie is the Industry Foundation Class (IFC) Facility Management Handover Model View Definition
32 BIM Protocol. A universal addendum to appointment documents and construction contracts that puts in place additional rights and obligations associated with Building Information Models includes guidance note and model contract amendment. Employers Information Requirements. A template setting out the information needed to define information and other client requirements for a project delivered using Building Information Models includes guidance and pre-qualification documentation for consultants and contractors. Scope of Services for Information Management. A scope of services for Information Management activities that is designed to be appended to an existing appointment e.g. Design Team Leader. PAS 1192:2. Building Information Modelling Production information requirements for capital projects. The standard for information exchange to meet BIM maturity level 2 includes the BIM Implementation Plan and details of the Common Data Environment. The PAS is published by the British Standards Institution. PAS : Specification for information management for the operational phase of assets using building information modelling BS :2014 Part 4 - Collaborative production of information - Fulfilling employer s information exchange requirements using COBie Code of practice PAS :2014 Part 5 BIM and Cyber Security Under Development Digital Plan of Work Under Development So many BIM documents released
33 GCU BIM Implementation Partnership The partnership was established in Autumn 2014 to assist client bodies, contractors and designers to implement BIM. Key contacts for the Partnerships are: Professor David Philp. Head of BIM Implementation, Cabinet Office. Professor Chimay Anumba. Department Head of Architectural Engineering. The Pennsylvania State University. Professor Bimal Kumar. Professor of IT in Design and Construction in the School of Built and Natural Environment at Glasgow Caledonian University
34 GCU BIM Implementation Partnership Purpose of the partnership is to: Develop skills and knowledge of the BIM processes by sharing experiences. Develop implementation strategies bespoke for each organisation but drawing on the experiences of others as well.
35 GCU BIM Implementation Partnership At this point, the partnership comprises of two major national contractors and Health Facilities Scotland. Each organisation has different aims and objectives but similarities exist between the different organisations in terms of their BIM-related aspirations.
36 GCU BIM Implementation Partnership Activities undertaken to date: Carried out capability audits for the contractors. Key objectives of the audit were to: Establish the current level of knowledge and expertise within the organisations. Establish robustness of the strategic plan for implementing BIM.
37 BIM Implementation Partnership Areas identified for improvement were: Development of an implementation strategy Development of bespoke training strategies Criteria for trial project selection Communication strategies
38 GCU BIM Implementation Partnership Specific objectives for HFS are: Establishing an overall BIM strategy. Assessing how HFS can use BIM processes in its asset management strategies. Retrospective creation of asset models. Establishment of asset data bases. Linking BIM non-graphical data to CAFM systems.
39 GCU BIM Implementation Partnership Identified projects for HFS so far: Carry out a BIM audit of the Lanarkshire Beatson Hospital. Establish the level of BIM implemented on the project and the impacts it might have had in terms of quality, cost and time. Identify areas where further improvements can be made.
41 HFS BIM Strategy A comprehensive BIM Strategy has been developed for HFS. The key deliverables and components for this strategy are: Overall BIM strategy document BIM-based Project Delivery Process Maps Employer s Information Requirements Guidance documents including EIR templates. HFS BIM protocols.
42 HFS BIM Strategy Process Maps
43 HFS BIM Strategy
44 HFS BIM Strategy Employers Information Requirements (EIR) Sets out the clients requirements for the project with regards to the BIM processes: Deliverables and requirements Software versions Data formats for abstraction into CAFM programmes Security policies Codes and standards to be followed
45 HFS BIM Strategy Employers Information Requirements (EIR) Level of Detail (LOD) NHS Project stages Description Drop Purpose Level of Detail Mid-Way through NHS Stage 1 After Strategic Definition 1 Determine strategic case and fit 0 Early in NHS Stage 2 Early in Outline Business Case (OBC) 2 Feasibility and analysis of options 1 Late in NHS Stage 2 Late in Outline Business Case (OBC) 3 Identification of proposed solution 2 End of NHS Stage 3 At end of Full Business Case (FBC) 4 Design freeze and price agreement 3 End of NHS Stage 4 At end of implementation / construction stage and prior to handover 5 Practical completion populate O&M manual(s) and Client s CAFM systems 6
46 HFS BIM Strategy Employers Information Requirements (EIR) Deliverables at data drop 5
47 HFS BIM Strategy BIM Protocol Legal document ensuring all project parties are contractually aligned in the BIM process. Sets out the requirements to appoint a BIM manager. Sets out obligations of project parties and the responsibility matrix.
48 HFS BIM Strategy BIM Protocol
49 HFS BIM Training Programme HFS are about to embark upon a training programme that builds on the HFS BIM Strategy. The BIM Strategy Project has produced several guidance documents and templates to facilitate BIM implementation in NHS Scotland projects. There is now a need for training key staff from all the participating Health Boards across the country so that the BIM strategy can be put into practice on future projects.
50 HFS Training BIM Programme Course1. A half day course : Introduction to BIM Course2. A one day course: An Overview of the NHS Scotland BIM Strategy, EIR Templates, Protocol etc. Course 3. A one day course: Implementation of the NHS Scotland BIM strategy in projects.
51 Course 1. Introduction to BIM: (½ day) The first introductory course provides an overview of the key concepts behind BIM as a set of processes facilitated by technologies before briefly introducing Level 2 BIM concepts as the key driver behind the UK Government s BIM strategy for This course also addresses the legal and commercial aspects as well as the strategic advantages of BIM adoption.
52 Main Objectives - Course 1 1. To understand the concept of BIM, within the context of process and activity aided by technology and data sets and how this relates to the construction industry. Includes the key interaction of process, technology and people in a BIM environment. 2. To understand the principles and structure of the BSI Level 2 processes at a strategic 3. To understand the principles of digital tools, key workflows and benefits 4. To understand the business case for BIM, taking into account investment and benefits, examining the major cost drivers and benefits of the digital information model(s).
53 5. To understand the process of information management and exchanges 6. Understand commercial and legal aspects of BIM
54 Main Objectives Course 2 1. To understand the processes and standards that are applicable to the management of information about an asset throughout its lifespan as outlined in HFS BIM Strategy. 2. To understand the need for the right timing of information at each stage of the project lifecycle for the implementation of BIM and the responsibilities of each party at these stages. 3. To understand the key components of HFS BIM strategy.
55 Main Objectives Course 3 1. Understanding how to set up BIM on your project. 2. Understand how to assess capabilities of the project team relative to the desired BIM outcomes. 3. Quality management of the BIM process. 4. Understanding how a model and CDE should be set up Procurement strategies for BIM.
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