1 Are You Getting The BIM Information You Need From Today s Design/Construction Team Walter T. Marlowe, P.E., CSI, CAE Exec./Dir. & CEO - Construction Specifications Institute Robert P. Dean, CSI, CCS President & CEO Building System Design, Inc. Thomas Lewis, AHC/CDC, CSI, LEED AP Director of BIM Technologies ASSA ABLOY Robert S. Weygant, CSI, CDT, SCIP President Sumex Design
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5 Meet Our Presenters: Moderator Walter Marlowe, P.E., CSI, CAE Executive Director/CEO Construction Specifications Institute Alexandria, VA Walter has been working in the design/construction world for more than 25 years as a structural engineer and association executive. He has been CSI s Executive Director/CEO since 2007, leading the strategic direction of the organization and the development of products/services for the benefit of CSI s members and the broader commercial design & construction community. Critical to that direction is the development and continuous improvement in standards and formats that advance interoperability and foster BIM adoption.
6 Meet Our Presenters: Panelist Robert Paul Dean, AIA, CSI, CCS President/COO Building Systems Design, Inc. Atlanta, GA Robert is responsible for strategic direction and new business development for BSD. He is one of the most experienced and knowledgeable experts on automated specification systems in the country. A licensed architect since 1968, he joined the company in Robert originated BSD SpecLink. He designed and assisted in production of the PerSpective product for a joint venture between The Construction Specifications Institute and the Design-Build Institute of America. He also designed and managed the development of AGC DocuBuilder for the Associated General Contractors of America.
7 Meet Our Presenters: Panelist Thomas Lewis, AHC/CDC, CSI, LEED AP Director of BIM Technologies ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions New Haven, CT Thomas Lewis is the Director of BIM Technologies for ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions, the global leader in door opening solutions. Thomas has over 30 years experience in the door and hardware industry spanning marketing and distribution, sales representation, access control and security, and architectural specification and consulting fields. Thomas currently directs the Building Information Modeling Technologies department for ASSA ABLOY, including the development and deployment of their 3D 'Openings Studio' software application used for the design and specification of complete door, frame, and hardware openings.
8 Meet Our Presenters: Panelist Robert S. Weygant, CSI, CDT, SCIP President Sumex Design Robert is the Chairman of CSI's BIM Practice Group, a member of the CSI Institute Technical Committee and CSI New Hampshire Chapter President. He is committed to the development of BIM standards, formats and concepts to streamline design and construction processes. Robert has worked as a General Contractor, Manufacturer's Representative and Specifier, and currently is an Independent BIM Consultant and Manufacturer Content Developer. He is author of the bestselling 2011 book - BIM Content Development: Standards, Strategies, and Best Practices.
9 What is BIM? Definitions as they apply to BIM: Building Information (n): Knowledge applicable to a given project, system, or element. Information Modeling g( (v): A description of the attributes of a design for further study of its characteristics. Building Modeling (v): Description of a structure, project, system or space by way of visual and graphic representation.
10 BIM 101
11 Digital Prototyping Understand the impact of a project prior to build
12 Facility Analysis Manage Information about installed building elements
13 BIM Building Blocks Materials -5/8 Laminated Glass -45mil TPO Membrane -12 x12 Honed and Filled Travertine Objects -Windows, Doors -Fixtures, Fittings -Lighting -Furnishings Assemblies -Roofs -Floors -Walls -Piping -Railings
14 Specifiying an Ark Genesis 6:14 - "Make yourself an ark of gopherwood; make rooms in the ark, and cover it inside and outside with pitch."and this is how you shall make it: The length of the ark shall be three hundred cubits, its width fifty cubits, and its height thirty cubits. "You shall make a window for the ark, and you shall finish it to a cubit from above; and set the door of the ark in its side. You shall make it with lower, second, and third decks Heavy Timber Ark Material: Gopherwood Ark Length: 300 Cubits (137.16m) Ark Width: 50 Cubits (22.86m) Ark Height: 30 Cubits (13.72m) Decks: Three (3) Decks as noted Fluid Applied Waterproofing Material: Pitch Two (2) Coats, (1) Interior/ (1) Exterior Wood Windows Location: from above One (1) Cubit (45.72cm) Wood Doors Location: Side as noted on Contract Drawings
15 Knowledge Management
16 A Traditional View of BIM
17 A More Realistic View of BIM
18 To achieve true interoperability between dissimilar applications, each of the linked programs must incorporate a relational database
19 Specifications in a relational database, for example, allow for very focused connections and updating
20 Cost estimating in a relational database also allows for very efficient Cost estimating in a relational database also allows for very efficient updating and focused changes from other programs, such as 3-D CADD
21 CSI standard formats, especially CSI standard formats, especially UniFormat, are logical candidates to form the basis for the central taxonomy
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