bim and project controls

Omar Selim
Omar SelimFounder of BIMarabia Magazine|BIM Manager|RICS|BIM Implementation Expert| Autodesk Certified Instructor à BIMarabia
BIM and Project Controls
‫اﻟﺒﯿﻢ‬ ‫ﺑﺎﺳﺘﺨﺪام‬ ‫اﻟﻤﺸﺮوﻋﺎت‬ ‫ﻓﻲ‬ ‫اﻟﻔﻌﺎل‬ ‫اﻟﺘﺤﻜﻢ‬ ‫اﺳﺘﺮاﺗﯿﺠﯿﺎت‬ ‫أﻓﻀﻞ‬
Omar Selim
General Manager of BIMarabia Research Center
Omar Selim
● Founder of BIMarabia
● BIM manager with 14 years of experience.
● Research Assistant at Qatar University
 bim and project controls
 bim and project controls
 bim and project controls
 bim and project controls
 bim and project controls
 bim and project controls
Why is BIM important now?
www.bimtaskgroup.org/
3D Sections
● Quantities
● Dimensions
● Loading
● Calculations
● Specification
 bim and project controls
BIM Collaboration
 bim and project controls
CAD versus BIM
• Primarily 2D
Computer Aided Design Building Information Modeling
• Dumb graphics
• Lines, arcs, circles
• 2D 3D 4D 5D 6D & beyond
• Intelligent objects
• Walls, windows, floors, roofs
Topic 01:
BIM APPROACH
TRADITIONAL APPROACH
Traditional vs. BIM
Project constraints
STAKEHOLDER
The Stakeholder Theory by R. Edward
Freeman
STAKEHOLDER
The Stakeholder Matrix
STAKEHOLDER
O
C
Design Bid Build
O
C
IPD
BIM
O
T
Design
Build
C
A
A
A
O
T
C
O
BIM
C
T
Design Assist +
A
A
BIM and integrated project delivery
IPD
integrated product Development
IPD
IPD
IPD
IPD
IPD
✓ All project partners – uses a single, shared 3D
model, cultivating collaborative working
relationships.
✓ This ensures everyone is focused on achieving best
value, from project inception to eventual
decommissioning.
Better outcomes through collaboration
 bim and project controls
 bim and project controls
Integrated Process
5D
Benefits of 5D BIM :-
• Understand the scope of the projects in a superior manner with visual and data modeling capabilities. The costs are driven by formulas on every
building system on the basis of the certain design, materials, site conditions, phasing and other parameters with reference to the owner’s timeline.
• The project team members will be able to easily understand the projected design, assumptions and cost drivers. They can obtain a transparent and
perfect description of scope, cost and schedule upon which funding decisions are taken.
• Data is achieved in real time once the model is developed or modified. Substitute perceptions can also be easily searched, when owner and project
team can get the cost and other data disclosed instantly. It radically reduces design and estimation cycle time. With authentic, perfect updates in real
time, the efficiency is enhanced.
• Databases allow leveraging historical data as well as industry experience. Data can be utilized from particular sectors like healthcare or distribution
center construction.
• All the interested parties associated with the project can visualize the end product and properly understand what’s comprised in the budget.
• The construction costs are modified automatically in real-time with the alteration in the model. “What-if’s” turns to be productive and captivating solution
missions for the project team members, specifically the owner.
5D
✓ Agreeing the design concept early in project development to eliminate late stage
design changes;
✓ Using standard design elements when practicable;
✓ Resolving complex construction details before the project goes on site;
✓ Avoiding clashes;
✓ Taking advantage of intelligence and automation within the model to check design
integrity and estimate quantities;
✓ Producing fabrication and construction drawings from the model; and Using data to
control construction equipment.
TIME CONTROL
Cost estimating
Quality
▶   Information Exchange Specification
▶  Co-ordination
▶  Risk Management
▶  Issue Resolution
▶  Clash detection
✓ BIM makes possible swift and accurate
comparison of different design options.
➢ enabling development of more efficient,
cost-effective and sustainable solutions.
Enhanced & optimized performance
▶ Through deployment of new generative
modeling technologies, solutions can be
cost-effectively optimized against agreed
parameters.
Optimized solutions
✓ Crowd behavior and fire modeling capability enable designs to be optimized for
public safety.
➢ Asset managers can use the 3D model to enhance operational safety.
➢ Contractors can minimize construction risks by reviewing complex details or
procedures before going on site.
Reduced safety risk
Short-term programming and logistics planning
Safety: BIM-based Safety Planning -
Site Layout Planning Optimise site layout plan by examination of the location of material storage area,
machinery location, movement of machinery, access way, impact to site surroundings, etc.
 bim and project controls
 bim and project controls
 bim and project controls
Greater predictability
✓ Projects can be visualized at an early stage - giving owners and operators a clear
idea of design intent and allowing them to modify the design to achieve the
outcomes they want.
✓ In advance of construction, BIM also enables the project team to ‘build’ the project
in a virtual environment, rehearsing complex procedures, optimizing temporary
works designs and planning procurement of material, equipment and manpower.
BIM-based Safety Management Plan
Safety management could form a part of BIM-based construction
procedures. BIM solutions can include construction process data such as
activities and their logic – also widely called 4D models – additional
dimension: time.
Safety: BIM-based Safety Planning - Crane Reach and Risk Zone
(i) BIM-based site planning to check crane reach and
capability in construction works.
(ii) Examine risks in case of load fall.
(iii) Evaluate what the crane jib could hit.
(iv) The significant of this kind of examination increase if
there is limited space around the construction site and
clashes become possible.
Visual Simulation and understanding of program changes.
Problems in Construction Industry Lot of
Challenges
● Poorly Coordinated Design Documents
● Change Orders & Rework
● Delays & Cost Overruns
● Claims & Litigation
● Greater Risk
● Poor Turnover Documents
● Frustrated Owners
● Tight Profit Margins
● 25% of world solid waste.
● Buildings consume 30% of raw materials.
● Buildings consume 42% world’s energy 5
● Source: Organization for Economics Cooperation & Development (OECD)
Typical Problems in Construction
Industry
● Lack of Proper Planning
● Lack of Coordination
● Lack of Professional Specialized Education
● Poor Decision Making
● Inefficient dispute resolution mechanism
● Lack of Mediation
● Difficulty in responsibility fixation
● Lack of Project Monitoring/ Program Monitoring
● Reluctance in adoption of new technology
● Lack in Value Engineering adoption
● Lack of Integrated Project Delivery
Typical Problems in Construction
Industry
● 30% of projects do not meet original program or budget
● 92% of clients said that designers drawings are typically not sufficient for
construction
● 37% of materials used in construction become waste
● 10% of the cost of a project is typically due to change orders
● 38% of carbon emissions are from buildings not cars
CMAA Owners survey, CMAA Industry Report, Economist Magazine
EcoBuild America
AEC-ST Science and Technology
May 21, 2008
2D (CAD) Steel Detailing
EcoBuild America
AEC-ST Science and Technology
May 21, 2008
BIM Shop Drawing Model
EcoBuild America
AEC-ST Science and Technology
May 21, 2008
3D (BIM) Steel Detailing
Tekla Structures X-Steel Model by Dowco Consultants in collaboration
with LPR, Zimmerman, Structural Consultants Inc.
EcoBuild America
AEC-ST Science and Technology
May 21, 2008
Steel as Actually Erected
Why BIM ,,Benefits of BIM,,
Takes design to
the next level.
Why BIM ,,Benefits of BIM,,
Why BIM ,,Benefits of BIM,,
Why BIM ,,Benefits of BIM,,
WHAT YOU DESIGN IS WHAT YOU GET
CAD versus BIM
• Primarily 2D
Computer Aided Design Building Information Modeling
• Dumb graphics
• Lines, arcs, circles
• 2D 3D 4D 5D 6D & beyond
• Intelligent objects
• Walls, windows, floors,
roofs
Object representation in BIM Technology
Why BIM ,,Benefits of BIM,,
“A change
Any where
is
a change
Every where”
Why BIM ,,Benefits of BIM,,
 bim and project controls
 bim and project controls
 bim and project controls
‫ﺷﻛــرا‬
oselim@bimarabia.com
Fits first time
✓ Integrating multidisciplinary design inputs using a single 3D model allows
➢ interface issues to be identified and resolved in advance of construction
➢ eliminating the cost and time impacts of redesign.
✓ The model also enables new and existing assets to be integrated seamlessly.
Clash detection
• BIM: Deliverables & Outputs
Section
Detail
Plan
3D
BIM
PDF
DOC
XLS
JPG
MPG
Dat
a
Database
Apps
Hydraulic/
Structure / Road
Alignment
DMS
BIM
Site Records
System
Material order,
delivery Sys
BIM Deliverables
Supervision
Plan
Design
CAD File
Submittal
Register
Specification
Product
Data
Installation Manual
Warranty
Spare
Test
Certification
Design Build Operate
PC/Notebook
Tablet
Smartphone
Devices
Phases
 bim and project controls
Understanding with BIM
5
Site meetings with BIM
Understanding construction…
Setting out with BIM
Operations & maintenance with BIM
 bim and project controls
Procurement BIM
Reduced waste
▶
The Construction Industry Institute estimated the percentage of waste and ineffective business
approximately about 57% of the cost of construction, as well as the cost of the interference between
the architecture engineering construction software is estimated about $15.8 billion in all fields over the
past years to adopt interchangeable software. This money could be used to make the projects more
efficient and sustainable, if only it had been invested in staff training and construction of the new
technologies. So the construction industry was waiting and needing BIM
✓ Exact quantity take-offs mean that material are not over-ordered.
✓ Precise programme scheduling enables just-in-time delivery of material and equipment, reducing
potential for damage.
✓ Use of BIM for automated fabrication of equipment and components enables more efficient
materials handling and waste recovery.
 bim and project controls
 bim and project controls
Scaffolding Representation
3D progress colorizations
3D progress colorizations
Examples of BIM Tools
Architecture
• Autodesk Revit Architecture
• Graphisoft ArchiCAD
• Nemetschek Allplan Architecture
• Gehry Technologies - Digital Project
Designer
• Nemetschek Vectorworks Architect
• Bentley Architecture
• 4MSA IDEA Architectural Design (IntelliCAD)
• CADSoft Envisioneer
• Softtech Spirit
• RhinoBIM (BETA)
Sustainability
• Autodesk Ecotect Analysis
• Autodesk Green Building Studio
• Graphisoft EcoDesigner
• IES Solutions Virtual Environment VE-Pro
• Bentley Tas Simulator
• Bentley Hevacomp
• DesignBuilder
Examples of BIM Tools
Structures
• Autodesk Revit Structure
• Bentley Structural Modeler
• Bentley RAM, STAAD and ProSteel
• Tekla Structures
• CypeCAD
• Graytec Advance Design
• StructureSoft Metal Wood Framer
• Nemetschek Scia
• 4MSA Strad and Steel
• Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis
Construction (Simulation, Estimating
and Const. Analysis)
• Autodesk Navisworks
• Solibri Model Checker
• Vico Office Suite
• Vela Field BIM
• Bentley ConstrucSim
• Tekla BIMSight
• Glue (by Horizontal Systems)
• Synchro Professional
• Innovaya
Examples of BIM Tools
MEP
• Autodesk Revit MEP
• Bentley Hevacomp Mechanical Designer
• 4MSA FineHVAC + FineLIFT + FineELEC +
FineSANI
• Gehry Technologies - Digital Project MEP
Systems Routing
• CADMEP (CADduct / CADmech)
Facility Management
• Bentley Facilities
• FM:Systems FM:Interact
• Vintocon ArchiFM (For ArchiCAD)
• Onuma System
• EcoDomus
Major Technology Trends
o 3D Printing
o Robotics
o Laser Scanning
o Drones
o Cloud computing
o Augmented/Virtual Reality
o Real-time collaboration
o Generative design
o IOT (internet of things)
o Big Data
o Machine Learning
 bim and project controls
BIM Collaboration
ARCH STRUCT MECH ELEC FM
CIVIL
“Federated”
data model
•distributed files
•dynamic references
•discipline security
•manageable file size
86
✓ All project partners – uses a single, shared 3D
model, cultivating collaborative working
relationships.
✓ This ensures everyone is focused on achieving best
value, from project inception to eventual
decommissioning.
Better outcomes through collaboration
87
 bim and project controls
Questions ?
BIM 4D Modeling - Through the project life cycle
Omar Selim
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bim and project controls

  • 1. BIM and Project Controls ‫اﻟﺒﯿﻢ‬ ‫ﺑﺎﺳﺘﺨﺪام‬ ‫اﻟﻤﺸﺮوﻋﺎت‬ ‫ﻓﻲ‬ ‫اﻟﻔﻌﺎل‬ ‫اﻟﺘﺤﻜﻢ‬ ‫اﺳﺘﺮاﺗﯿﺠﯿﺎت‬ ‫أﻓﻀﻞ‬ Omar Selim General Manager of BIMarabia Research Center
  • 2. Omar Selim ● Founder of BIMarabia ● BIM manager with 14 years of experience. ● Research Assistant at Qatar University
  • 9. Why is BIM important now? www.bimtaskgroup.org/
  • 10. 3D Sections ● Quantities ● Dimensions ● Loading ● Calculations ● Specification
  • 14. CAD versus BIM • Primarily 2D Computer Aided Design Building Information Modeling • Dumb graphics • Lines, arcs, circles • 2D 3D 4D 5D 6D & beyond • Intelligent objects • Walls, windows, floors, roofs
  • 19. The Stakeholder Theory by R. Edward Freeman STAKEHOLDER
  • 21. O C Design Bid Build O C IPD BIM O T Design Build C A A A O T C O BIM C T Design Assist + A A BIM and integrated project delivery IPD
  • 23. IPD
  • 24. IPD
  • 25. IPD
  • 26. IPD
  • 27. ✓ All project partners – uses a single, shared 3D model, cultivating collaborative working relationships. ✓ This ensures everyone is focused on achieving best value, from project inception to eventual decommissioning. Better outcomes through collaboration
  • 31. Benefits of 5D BIM :- • Understand the scope of the projects in a superior manner with visual and data modeling capabilities. The costs are driven by formulas on every building system on the basis of the certain design, materials, site conditions, phasing and other parameters with reference to the owner’s timeline. • The project team members will be able to easily understand the projected design, assumptions and cost drivers. They can obtain a transparent and perfect description of scope, cost and schedule upon which funding decisions are taken. • Data is achieved in real time once the model is developed or modified. Substitute perceptions can also be easily searched, when owner and project team can get the cost and other data disclosed instantly. It radically reduces design and estimation cycle time. With authentic, perfect updates in real time, the efficiency is enhanced. • Databases allow leveraging historical data as well as industry experience. Data can be utilized from particular sectors like healthcare or distribution center construction. • All the interested parties associated with the project can visualize the end product and properly understand what’s comprised in the budget. • The construction costs are modified automatically in real-time with the alteration in the model. “What-if’s” turns to be productive and captivating solution missions for the project team members, specifically the owner. 5D
  • 32. ✓ Agreeing the design concept early in project development to eliminate late stage design changes; ✓ Using standard design elements when practicable; ✓ Resolving complex construction details before the project goes on site; ✓ Avoiding clashes; ✓ Taking advantage of intelligence and automation within the model to check design integrity and estimate quantities; ✓ Producing fabrication and construction drawings from the model; and Using data to control construction equipment. TIME CONTROL
  • 34. Quality ▶   Information Exchange Specification ▶  Co-ordination ▶  Risk Management ▶  Issue Resolution ▶  Clash detection
  • 35. ✓ BIM makes possible swift and accurate comparison of different design options. ➢ enabling development of more efficient, cost-effective and sustainable solutions. Enhanced & optimized performance
  • 36. ▶ Through deployment of new generative modeling technologies, solutions can be cost-effectively optimized against agreed parameters. Optimized solutions
  • 37. ✓ Crowd behavior and fire modeling capability enable designs to be optimized for public safety. ➢ Asset managers can use the 3D model to enhance operational safety. ➢ Contractors can minimize construction risks by reviewing complex details or procedures before going on site. Reduced safety risk
  • 38. Short-term programming and logistics planning
  • 39. Safety: BIM-based Safety Planning - Site Layout Planning Optimise site layout plan by examination of the location of material storage area, machinery location, movement of machinery, access way, impact to site surroundings, etc.
  • 43. Greater predictability ✓ Projects can be visualized at an early stage - giving owners and operators a clear idea of design intent and allowing them to modify the design to achieve the outcomes they want. ✓ In advance of construction, BIM also enables the project team to ‘build’ the project in a virtual environment, rehearsing complex procedures, optimizing temporary works designs and planning procurement of material, equipment and manpower.
  • 44. BIM-based Safety Management Plan Safety management could form a part of BIM-based construction procedures. BIM solutions can include construction process data such as activities and their logic – also widely called 4D models – additional dimension: time.
  • 45. Safety: BIM-based Safety Planning - Crane Reach and Risk Zone (i) BIM-based site planning to check crane reach and capability in construction works. (ii) Examine risks in case of load fall. (iii) Evaluate what the crane jib could hit. (iv) The significant of this kind of examination increase if there is limited space around the construction site and clashes become possible.
  • 46. Visual Simulation and understanding of program changes.
  • 47. Problems in Construction Industry Lot of Challenges ● Poorly Coordinated Design Documents ● Change Orders & Rework ● Delays & Cost Overruns ● Claims & Litigation ● Greater Risk ● Poor Turnover Documents ● Frustrated Owners ● Tight Profit Margins ● 25% of world solid waste. ● Buildings consume 30% of raw materials. ● Buildings consume 42% world’s energy 5 ● Source: Organization for Economics Cooperation & Development (OECD)
  • 48. Typical Problems in Construction Industry ● Lack of Proper Planning ● Lack of Coordination ● Lack of Professional Specialized Education ● Poor Decision Making ● Inefficient dispute resolution mechanism ● Lack of Mediation ● Difficulty in responsibility fixation ● Lack of Project Monitoring/ Program Monitoring ● Reluctance in adoption of new technology ● Lack in Value Engineering adoption ● Lack of Integrated Project Delivery
  • 49. Typical Problems in Construction Industry ● 30% of projects do not meet original program or budget ● 92% of clients said that designers drawings are typically not sufficient for construction ● 37% of materials used in construction become waste ● 10% of the cost of a project is typically due to change orders ● 38% of carbon emissions are from buildings not cars CMAA Owners survey, CMAA Industry Report, Economist Magazine
  • 50. EcoBuild America AEC-ST Science and Technology May 21, 2008 2D (CAD) Steel Detailing
  • 51. EcoBuild America AEC-ST Science and Technology May 21, 2008 BIM Shop Drawing Model
  • 52. EcoBuild America AEC-ST Science and Technology May 21, 2008 3D (BIM) Steel Detailing Tekla Structures X-Steel Model by Dowco Consultants in collaboration with LPR, Zimmerman, Structural Consultants Inc.
  • 53. EcoBuild America AEC-ST Science and Technology May 21, 2008 Steel as Actually Erected
  • 54. Why BIM ,,Benefits of BIM,, Takes design to the next level.
  • 55. Why BIM ,,Benefits of BIM,,
  • 56. Why BIM ,,Benefits of BIM,,
  • 57. Why BIM ,,Benefits of BIM,,
  • 58. WHAT YOU DESIGN IS WHAT YOU GET
  • 59. CAD versus BIM • Primarily 2D Computer Aided Design Building Information Modeling • Dumb graphics • Lines, arcs, circles • 2D 3D 4D 5D 6D & beyond • Intelligent objects • Walls, windows, floors, roofs
  • 60. Object representation in BIM Technology
  • 61. Why BIM ,,Benefits of BIM,, “A change Any where is a change Every where”
  • 62. Why BIM ,,Benefits of BIM,,
  • 67. Fits first time ✓ Integrating multidisciplinary design inputs using a single 3D model allows ➢ interface issues to be identified and resolved in advance of construction ➢ eliminating the cost and time impacts of redesign. ✓ The model also enables new and existing assets to be integrated seamlessly.
  • 69. • BIM: Deliverables & Outputs Section Detail Plan 3D BIM
  • 70. PDF DOC XLS JPG MPG Dat a Database Apps Hydraulic/ Structure / Road Alignment DMS BIM Site Records System Material order, delivery Sys BIM Deliverables Supervision Plan Design CAD File Submittal Register Specification Product Data Installation Manual Warranty Spare Test Certification Design Build Operate PC/Notebook Tablet Smartphone Devices Phases
  • 72. Understanding with BIM 5 Site meetings with BIM Understanding construction… Setting out with BIM Operations & maintenance with BIM
  • 75. Reduced waste ▶ The Construction Industry Institute estimated the percentage of waste and ineffective business approximately about 57% of the cost of construction, as well as the cost of the interference between the architecture engineering construction software is estimated about $15.8 billion in all fields over the past years to adopt interchangeable software. This money could be used to make the projects more efficient and sustainable, if only it had been invested in staff training and construction of the new technologies. So the construction industry was waiting and needing BIM ✓ Exact quantity take-offs mean that material are not over-ordered. ✓ Precise programme scheduling enables just-in-time delivery of material and equipment, reducing potential for damage. ✓ Use of BIM for automated fabrication of equipment and components enables more efficient materials handling and waste recovery.
  • 81. Examples of BIM Tools Architecture • Autodesk Revit Architecture • Graphisoft ArchiCAD • Nemetschek Allplan Architecture • Gehry Technologies - Digital Project Designer • Nemetschek Vectorworks Architect • Bentley Architecture • 4MSA IDEA Architectural Design (IntelliCAD) • CADSoft Envisioneer • Softtech Spirit • RhinoBIM (BETA) Sustainability • Autodesk Ecotect Analysis • Autodesk Green Building Studio • Graphisoft EcoDesigner • IES Solutions Virtual Environment VE-Pro • Bentley Tas Simulator • Bentley Hevacomp • DesignBuilder
  • 82. Examples of BIM Tools Structures • Autodesk Revit Structure • Bentley Structural Modeler • Bentley RAM, STAAD and ProSteel • Tekla Structures • CypeCAD • Graytec Advance Design • StructureSoft Metal Wood Framer • Nemetschek Scia • 4MSA Strad and Steel • Autodesk Robot Structural Analysis Construction (Simulation, Estimating and Const. Analysis) • Autodesk Navisworks • Solibri Model Checker • Vico Office Suite • Vela Field BIM • Bentley ConstrucSim • Tekla BIMSight • Glue (by Horizontal Systems) • Synchro Professional • Innovaya
  • 83. Examples of BIM Tools MEP • Autodesk Revit MEP • Bentley Hevacomp Mechanical Designer • 4MSA FineHVAC + FineLIFT + FineELEC + FineSANI • Gehry Technologies - Digital Project MEP Systems Routing • CADMEP (CADduct / CADmech) Facility Management • Bentley Facilities • FM:Systems FM:Interact • Vintocon ArchiFM (For ArchiCAD) • Onuma System • EcoDomus
  • 84. Major Technology Trends o 3D Printing o Robotics o Laser Scanning o Drones o Cloud computing o Augmented/Virtual Reality o Real-time collaboration o Generative design o IOT (internet of things) o Big Data o Machine Learning
  • 86. BIM Collaboration ARCH STRUCT MECH ELEC FM CIVIL “Federated” data model •distributed files •dynamic references •discipline security •manageable file size 86
  • 87. ✓ All project partners – uses a single, shared 3D model, cultivating collaborative working relationships. ✓ This ensures everyone is focused on achieving best value, from project inception to eventual decommissioning. Better outcomes through collaboration 87
  • 89. Questions ? BIM 4D Modeling - Through the project life cycle Omar Selim 89