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Building Information Modeling & Construction Management Presenter: Mark Fessenden

Building Information Modeling & Construction Management

Presenter:

Mark Fessenden

Webinar Overview

For audio, you must dial into the conference room using call-in information at the bottom left of your screen

Approximately 45-minutes

Question and answer session immediately following

1 Continuing Professional Development Point or 1 Contact Hour

After the webinar, navigate to your Curriculum to view your certificate

File Share Pod

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Contact Hour  After the webinar, navigate to your Curriculum to view your certificate  File

Public & Private Construction Projects

Public & Private Construction Projects Source: McGraw-Hill Construction Dodge confidential

Source: McGraw-Hill Construction Dodge

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Public & Private Construction Projects Source: McGraw-Hill Construction Dodge confidential

Training Objectives

By the end of this module, you will be able to:

Understand the composition & responsibilities of each of the four basic project teams who come together in a project

Identify the factors that contribute to an effective team

Describe the stages of facility life cycle with associated activities & documents

Understand the influence Integrated project delivery (IPD) & building information modeling (BIM) have on all stages of project development

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project delivery (IPD) & building information modeling (BIM) have on all stages of project development confidential

Key Terms

A/E - Architect/Engineer

AEC – Architecture, Engineering & Construction

AIA - American Institute of Architects

BIM -Building Information Modeling

ADD - Computer-Aided Design & Drafting

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CSI - Construction Specifications Institute

CIPD - Integrated Project Delivery

MEP – Mechanical, Electrical & Plumbing

O&M - Operations & Maintenance

PPD - Preliminary Project Description

UCC - Uniform Commercial Code

• O&M - Operations & Maintenance • PPD - Preliminary Project Description • UCC - Uniform

What is a Project?

What is a Project?

The Project Team

The Project Team confidential

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The Project Team confidential

Facility Life Cycle

Facility Life Cycle confidential

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Facility Life Cycle confidential

Factors Affecting Project Quality & Delivery Method

Factors Affecting Project Quality & Delivery Method confidential

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Factors Affecting Project Quality & Delivery Method confidential

Design Change Cost Impact

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Design Change Cost Impact 10 confidential

Four C’s of Communication

Four C’s of Communication confidential

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Four C’s of Communication confidential

Types of Project Delivery Methods

Design-Bid-Build (DBB) or Design- Award-Build (DAB)

DBB with Construction Management (DBB with CM)

Design-Build (DB) or Design- Construct

Design-Build-Operate-Maintain

(DBOM)

Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT)

Integrated Project Delivery (IPD)

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Design-Build-Operate-Maintain (DBOM) • Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) • Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) confidential
Design-Build-Operate-Maintain (DBOM) • Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) • Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) confidential

Traditional Bid or Negotiated Contract

Traditional Bid or Negotiated Contract confidential

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Traditional Bid or Negotiated Contract confidential

Design-Bid-Build

Design-Bid-Build confidential

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Design-Bid-Build confidential

Construction/Procurement Documents

Construction/Procurement Documents confidential

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Construction/Procurement Documents confidential

Superseded CSI 1995 MasterFormat TM

Superseded CSI 1995 MasterFormat T M confidential • Division 1 General Requirements • Division 2 Site

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Division 1 General Requirements

Division 2 Site Construction

Division 3 Concrete

Division 4 Masonry

Division 5 Metals

Division 6 Wood & Plastics

Division 7 Thermal & Moisture Protection

Division 8 Doors & Hardware

Division 9 Finishes

Division 10 Specialties

Division 11 Equipment

Division 12 Furnishings

Division 13 Special Construction

Division 14 Conveying systems

Division 15 Mechanical

Division 16 Electrical

13 Special Construction • Division 14 Conveying systems • Division 15 Mechanical • Division 16 Electrical

CSI 2004 MasterFormatTM

Procurement & Contracting Documents Group:

Division 00 – Procurement & Contracting Requirements

General Requirements Subgroup:

Division 01 – General Requirements

Facility Construction Subgroup:

Division 02 – Existing Conditions

Division 03 – Concrete

Division 04 – Masonry

Division 05 – Metals

Division 06 – Wood, Plastics, & Composites

Division 07 – Thermal & Moisture Protection

Division 08 – Openings

Division 09 – Finishes

Division 10 – Specialties

Division 11 – Equipment

Division 12 – Furnishings

Division 13 – Special Construction

Division 14 – Conveying Equipment

Division 15 – Reserved for future expansion

Division 16 – Reserved for future expansion

Division 17 – Reserved for future expansion

Division 18 – Reserved for future expansion

Division 19 – Reserved for future expansion

Facility Services Subgroup:

Division 20 – Reserved

Division 21 – Fire Suppression

Division 22 – Plumbing

Division 23 – Heating Ventilating & Air Conditioning

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Division 24 – Reserved

Division 25 – Integrated Automation

Division 26 – Electrical

Division 27 – Communications

Division 28 – Electronic Safety & Security

Division 29 – Reserved

Site & Infrastructure Subgroup:

Division 30 – Reserved for future expansion

Division 31 – Earthwork

Division 32 – Exterior Improvements

Division 33 – Utilities

Division 34 – Transportation

Division 35 – Waterway & Marine

Division 36 – Reserved for future expansion

Division 37 – Reserved for future expansion

Division 38 – Reserved for future expansion

Division 39 – Reserved for future expansion

Process Equipment Subgroup:

Division 40 – Reserved for future expansion

Division 41 – Material Processing & Handling Equipment

Division 42 – Process Heating, Cooling, & Drying Equip

Division 43 – Process Gas & Liquid Handling, Purification & Storage Equipment

Division 44 – Pollution Control Equipment

Division 45 – Industry-Specific Manufacturing Equipment

Division 46 – Solid Waste Equipment

Division 47 – Reserved for future expansion

Division 48 – Electrical Power Generation

Division 49 – Reserved for future expansion

for future expansion – Division 48 – Electrical Power Generation – Division 49 – Reserved for

TFPP/Grinnell Critical Sections

10 44 00 Fire Protection Specialties

10 44 13 Fire Extinguisher Cabinets

10 44 16 Fire Extinguishers

10 44 43 Fire Extinguisher Accessories

21 13 00 Fire-Suppression Sprinkler Systems

21 13 13 Wet-Pipe Sprinkler Systems

21 13 16 Dry-Pipe Sprinkler Systems

21 13 19 Preaction Sprinkler Systems

21 13 26 Deluge Fire-Suppression Sprinkler Systems

21 13 29 Water Spray Fixed Systems

21 13 39 Foam-Water Systems

21 20 00 FIRE-EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS

21 21 00 Carbon-Dioxide Fire-Extinguishing Systems

21 22 00 Clean-Agent Fire-Extinguishing Systems

21 24 00 Dry-Chemical Fire-Extinguishing Systems

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22 05 00 Common Work Results for Plumbing

22 05 16 Expansion Fittings and Loops for Plumbing Piping

22 05 23 General-Duty Valves for Plumbing Piping

2 11 00 Facility Water Distribution

22 11 13 Facility Water Distribution Piping

22 11 16 Domestic Water Piping

22 11 19 Domestic Water Piping Specialties

22 14 00 Facility Storm Drainage

22 14 13 Facility Storm Drainage Piping

22 15 00 General Service Compressed-Air Systems

22 15 13 General Service Compressed-Air Piping

23 05 00 Common Work Results for HVAC

23 05 23 General-Duty Valves for HVAC Piping

23 05 93 Testing, Adjusting & Balancing for HVAC

23 21 00 Hydronic Piping and Pumps

23 21 13 Hydronic Piping

23 21 14: Hydronic Specialties

for HVAC • 23 21 00 Hydronic Piping and Pumps – 23 21 13 Hydronic Piping

Third Party - Specifications

Third Party - Specifications MasterSpec confidential

MasterSpec

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Third Party - Specifications MasterSpec confidential
Third Party - Specifications MasterSpec confidential
Third Party - Specifications MasterSpec confidential

Integrated Project Delivery (IPD)

A project delivery approach that integrates people, systems, business structures & practices into a process that collaboratively harnesses the talents and insights of all participants to optimize project results, increase value to the owner, reduce waste & maximum efficiency through all phases of design, fabrication & construction.

Source: AIA Integrated Project Delivery: A Guide

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all phases of design, fabrication & construction. Source: AIA Integrated Project Delivery: A Guide confidential

Phases of IPD

Conceptualization

Criteria design

Detailed Design

Implementation Documents

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Agency Review

Buyout

Construction

Closeout

Detailed Design • Implementation Documents confidential • Agency Review • Buyout • Construction • Closeout

Building Information Modeling

A digital representation of physical & functional characteristics of a facility.

A shared knowledge resource for information about a facility forming a reliable basis for decisions during its lifecycle from inception onward.

A basic premise of BIM is a collaboration by different stakeholders at different phases of the lifecycle of a facility to insert, extract, update, or modify information in the BIM process to support and reflect the roles of that stakeholder.

The BIM is a shared digital representation founded on open standards for interoperability.

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stakeholder. • The BIM is a shared digital representation founded on open standards for interoperability. confidential

BIM Purpose

Design visualization

Reduction of Errors

Collision Detection

Quantity Take Off

4D Constructability

5D Cost Estimating

Asset/Equipment Inventory

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Facility Operations

Space assignment

Maintenance/Repair

Emergency response, etc.

confidential • Facility Operations • Space assignment • Maintenance/Repair • Emergency response, etc.

Stakeholder Benefits

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Stakeholder Benefits 24 confidential

BIM - Multiple Platforms

Revit (Autodesk)

Architecture l Structure l MEP

Bentley

Architectural l Structural l Mechanical l Electrical

Gehry Technologies

Architecture/Structures l MEP

ArchiCAD (Graphisoft)

Architectural l Structural

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Technologies – Architecture/Structures l MEP • ArchiCAD (Graphisoft) – Architectural l Structural confidential

Interoperability

IFC (Industry Foundation Classes)

Open standard for BIM models

Major platforms already comply

NBIMS (National Building Information Model Standards)

Defines what constitutes a “true” BIM model

Establishes standard definitions for BIM exchange

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– Defines what constitutes a “true” BIM model – Establishes standard definitions for BIM exchange confidential

Revit MEP

What are the benefits?

“Useful” data associated with all entities

Improved coordination possibilities

Conflict and interference checking

Walk-through/Fly-through visualization

Improved organization

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Conflict and interference checking – Walk-through/Fly-through visualization – Improved organization confidential

Revit MEP

Revit MEP confidential

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Revit MEP confidential

Model Anatomy

Model Anatomy confidential

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Model Anatomy confidential

Multi-Discipline Collaboration

Copy Monitor/ Coordination Monitor

Copy levels to dynamically flex the model

Copy rooms to create HVAC zones

Copy structural elements

(Coordination)

Copy ceilings to coordinate GRD’s

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create HVAC zones – Copy structural elements – (Coordination) – Copy ceilings to coordinate GRD’s confidential
create HVAC zones – Copy structural elements – (Coordination) – Copy ceilings to coordinate GRD’s confidential

Multi-Discipline Collaboration

Interference Checking

Identifies conflicts between elements that exist internally within the MEP model, or between elements that exist both within the MEP (host) model and “linked” models (architectural and structural).

Multiple and independent interference checking can be established.

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(architectural and structural). – Multiple and independent interference checking can be established. confidential
(architectural and structural). – Multiple and independent interference checking can be established. confidential

The Model After Construction

Tracking tenant improvements

Maintenance schedules

Marketing to prospective tenants

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• Tracking tenant improvements • Maintenance schedules • Marketing to prospective tenants confidential
• Tracking tenant improvements • Maintenance schedules • Marketing to prospective tenants confidential

Tyco’s Revit Content

Tyco’s Revit Content www.grinnell.com confidential www.tyco-fire.com

www.grinnell.com

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Tyco’s Revit Content www.grinnell.com confidential www.tyco-fire.com

www.tyco-fire.com

Tyco’s Revit Content www.grinnell.com confidential www.tyco-fire.com

REVIT FAMILY CONTENT

REVIT FAMILY CONTENT confidential
REVIT FAMILY CONTENT confidential
REVIT FAMILY CONTENT confidential
REVIT FAMILY CONTENT confidential
REVIT FAMILY CONTENT confidential

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REVIT FAMILY CONTENT confidential

Valves With Trim

Valves With Trim 35 confidential

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Valves With Trim 35 confidential

2D Symbolic Family Representation / 3D System Model

2D Symbolic Family Representation / 3D System Model confidential

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2D Symbolic Family Representation / 3D System Model confidential

Grooved Mechanical Fittings

Grooved Mechanical Fittings confidential
Grooved Mechanical Fittings confidential

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Grooved Mechanical Fittings confidential

Our Revit Families vs Competitors

Grinnell Figure 772 Rigid Coupling

Families vs Competitors Grinnell Figure 772 Rigid Coupling Family Properties 1. Family Type: parametric 2. 2D

Family Properties

1. Family Type: parametric

2. 2D Symbol: Yes

3. File Size: 248KB

BIM Content

URL

Manufacturer

Model #

Description

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Family Properties Family Properties 1. Family Type: parametric 1. Family Type: parametric 2. 2D Symbol:
Family Properties
Family Properties
1. Family Type: parametric
1. Family Type: parametric
2. 2D Symbol: Yes
2. 2D Symbol: Yes
3. File Size: 288KB
3. File Size: 316KB
BIM Content
BIM Content
NA
Test Data
Specifications
Sales Info
Product Data
Building Codes
3. File Size: 316KB BIM Content BIM Content NA Test Data Specifications Sales Info Product Data

Our Revit Families vs Competitors

Tyco’s Model AV-1-300 Family

Family Properties

1. Family Type: Non-parametric

2. # of Families: 1

3. # of Valve & Trim Configurations: 75

4. Adjustable Trim: Yes

5. Adjustable Trim Accessories: Yes

6. Adjustable Coupling Model: Yes

7. Control Valve Option: Yes

8. 2D Symbol: Yes

9. File Size: 1.2MB

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Yes 8. 2D Symbol: Yes 9. File Size: 1.2MB confidential Family Properties 1. Family Type: Parametric

Family Properties

1. Family Type: Parametric

2. # of Families: 1

3. # of Valve & Trim Configurations: 1

4. Adjustable Trim: No

5. Adjustable Trim Accessories: No

6. Adjustable Coupling Model: No

7. Control Valve Option: No

8. 2D Symbol: No

9. File Size: 564KB

Valve Option: No 8. 2D Symbol: No 9. File Size: 564KB Family Properties 1. Family Type:

Family Properties

1. Family Type: Parametric

2. # of Families: 2

3. # of Valve & Trim Configurations: 1

4. Adjustable Trim: No

5. Adjustable Trim Accessories: No

6. Adjustable Coupling Model: No

7. Control Valve Option: No

8. 2D Symbol: No

9. File Size: 2.1MB

Trim Accessories: No 6. Adjustable Coupling Model: No 7. Control Valve Option: No 8. 2D Symbol:

SprinkCAD to Revit MEP

SprinkCAD to Revit MEP 40 confidential

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SprinkCAD to Revit MEP 40 confidential

Training Objectives

By the end of this module, you will be able to:

Understand the composition & responsibilities of each of the four basic project teams who come together in a project

Identify the factors that contribute to an effective team

Describe the stages of facility life cycle with associated activities & documents

Understand the influence Integrated project delivery (IPD) & building information modeling (BIM) have on all stages of project development

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project delivery (IPD) & building information modeling (BIM) have on all stages of project development confidential

Questions?

Questions?