BIMception BIM Execution Plan - Pennsylvania State University

BIMception BIM Execution Plan - Pennsylvania State University

BIMception BIM Execution Plan Thomas Villacampa Alexander Stough Christopher Russell Stephen Pfund Presentation Outline 1. Building Overview 2. BIM Ex Plan Overview 3. BIM Goals Overview a) b) BIM Goals BIM Uses 4. BIM Goal/Use Analysis a) b) Process Maps Information Exchange 5. Project Deliverables a) Scheduling and Formats 6. Next Step Building Overview General Building Information 1. Owner

1. The Pennsylvania State University 2. Description 1. 2. 276,000 SF Research Facility housing the Material and Life Sciences LEED Certification 3. Location a) PSU University Park Campus, University Park, PA 4. Total Cost a) Approximately $215 million 5. Unique Features 1. 2. 3. 4. 150-foot Cantilever Vivarium Space Quiet Labs Nano-Clean Rooms BIM Execution Plan Overview Integrative Project Delivery

Mutual agreement/contract Need proper foundation BIM Processes Information Exchange Collaboration Techniques Project Deliverables Execution of Group BIM Goals PSU BIM Ex Planning Guide- CIC Research Organization: Goal Use Process BIM GOALS and USES ANALYSIS added BIM Goals Overview BIM Uses BIM Goal-Use-Process Analysis Example Life Cycle Cost/Value Engineering Utilize engineering design to select the best integrated design that provides MSC with life cycle and value effective building solutions CM Life Cycle Cost Overview Overview of Goal Produce a more efficient building through integrated design with a lower overall cost to the owner Why Life Cycle Cost?

Value Engineering to produce a lower overall cost Upfront Cost vs. Life Cycle Cost Construction Management Contribution Upfront Cost Estimation Current Design and Redesign Value Engineering Input BIM Uses Quantity Take-Offs Autodesk QTO Autodesk Revit CM Life Cycle Cost Overview Structural Contribution Material and Construction Costs Materials, Labor, Schedule BIM USES 1. 2. 3. Existing Conditions Modeling Structural Analysis/Modeling Building Systems Analysis Mechanical Contribution Up-front vs. Operational Cost Savings System Performance Comparisons Integrated Iterations BIM USES 1.

2. 3. 4. Existing Conditions Modeling Mechanical Analysis/Modeling Building Systems Analysis Design Reviews Lighting/Electrical Contribution Material Costs Fixture Control, Glazing material BIM USES 1. 2. Existing Conditions Modeling Building Systems Analysis Project Deliverables INFORMATION EXCHANGE FILE SENDER FILE RECIEVER FREQUENCY DUE DATE

MODEL FILE MODEL SOFTWARE NATIVE FILE TYPE FILE EXCHANGE TYPE MEP COORDINATION MODEL TEAM TEAM MONTHLY APRIL .rvt .nwd PERIODIC WEEKLY .rvt ENERGY

ANALYSIS REPORTS ME,LE ME,LE WEEKLY APRIL .trc .hea PERIODIC WEEKLY .trc, .hea STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS REPORTS SE CM WEEKLY FEB .EDP PERIODIC

WEEKLY .EDP DESIGN PROGRESS TEAM TEAM WEEKLY CONT. .doc .xls PERIODIC WEEKLY .doc.xls BIM SUBMITTAL ITEM STAGE APPROX. DUE DATE FORMAT

FAADE MODEL DD,CD April 2011 REVIT ENERGY ANALYSIS REPORT DD,CD April 2011 TRACE DAYLIGHTING REPORT STRUCTURAL REPORTS COST ESTIMATION 4D MODEL 3D COLLISION MODEL DD,CD January-February 2011 DAYSIM, AGi32

DD,CD January-February 2011 ETABS DD,CD February-March 2011 EXCEL CD April 2011 NAVISWORKS CD April 2011 NAVISWORKS LIGHTING DESIGN MODEL DD,CD April 2011 AGi32, 3ds Max Design

NOTES Next Step Revision of Alternative Redesigns Incorporation of BimEx Plan Semester Proposal Thank you for listening Can we answer any questions? Appendices BIM GOAL DESCRIPTION COMPLETE Life Cycle Cost/ Value Engineer All Design Decisions Utilize engineering design to select the best integrated design that provides MSC with life cycle and value effective building solutions no Optimize Building Performance Use integrated design to enhance the operation of all building systems no Eliminate Field Conflicts

Collaboratively design the plenum to best take advantage of the vertical dimension of the ceiling plenum no Improve Energy Efficiency Create energy savings based on the existing design model no Improve Daylighting Optimize the buildings daylighting system with respect to cost and increased envelope loads. no Optimize Sequence and Schedule Create an efficient sequence of trades to properly construct a redesigned building no BIM USE COMPANY NUMBER OF TOTAL STAFF FOR BIM USE ESTIMATED WORKER HOURS

LEAD CONTACT SITE ANALYSIS BIMception 2 TBD Chris Russell Alex Stough EXISTING CONDITIONS MODELING BIMception 4 TBD Chris Russell Alex Stough Steve Pfund Tom Villacampa DESIGN AUTHORING BIMception 3 TBD

Chris Russell Alex Stough Steve Pfund DESIGN REVIEWS BIMception 4 TBD Chris Russell Alex Stough Steve Pfund Tom Villacampa STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS BIMception 1 TBD Steve Pfund LIGHTING ANALYSIS BIMception 1

TBD Chris Russell ENERGY ANALYSIS BIMception 1 TBD Alex Stough MECHANICAL ANALYSIS BIMception 1 TBD Alex Stough 4D MODELING (DESIGN) BIMception 1 TBD Tom Villacampa

COST ESTIMATION (DESIGN) BIMception 1 TBD Tom Villacampa 3D COORDINATION BIMception 4 TBD Chris Russell Alex Stough Steve Pfund Tom Villacampa 4D MODELING (CONSTRUCT) BIMception 1 TBD Tom Villacampa

COST ESTIMATION (CONSTRUCT) BIMception 1 TBD Tom Villacampa BUILDING SYSTEM ANALYSIS BIMception 3 TBD Chris Russell Alex Stough Steve Pfund COST ESTIMATION (OPERATE) BIMception 2 TBD

Alex Stough Tom Villacampa MEETING TYPE PHASE FREQUENCY PARTICIPANTS LOCATION 3D MEP COORDINATION CONSTRUCTION MONTHLY ALL BIM ROOM DESIGN REVIEW DESIGN WEEKLY ALL BIM ROOM COST ANALYSIS

DESIGN TRI-WEEKLY ALL BIM ROOM ENERGY ANALYSIS DESIGN TRI-WEEKLY ALL BIM ROOM INFORMATION EXCHANGE FILE SENDER FILE RECIEVER FREQUENCY DUE DATE MODEL FILE

MODEL SOFTWARE NATIVE FILE TYPE FILE EXCHANGE TYPE MEP COORDINATION MODEL TEAM TEAM MONTHLY APRIL .rvt .nwd PERIODIC WEEKLY .rvt ENERGY ANALYSIS REPORTS

ME,LE ME,LE WEEKLY APRIL .trc .hea PERIODIC WEEKLY .trc, .hea STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS REPORTS SE CM WEEKLY FEB .EDP PERIODIC WEEKLY

.EDP DESIGN PROGRESS TEAM TEAM WEEKLY CONT. .doc .xls PERIODIC WEEKLY .doc.xls BIM USE DISCIPLINE (if applicable) SOFTWARE VERSION DESIGN AUTHORING ALL

Revit 2010 ENERGY ANALYSIS MEP Trane Trace, Excel, Daysim 3D COORDINATION CM, MECH NavisWorks Manage 2011 4D MODELING CM NavisWorks Manage 2011 STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS STRUCT ETABS 9

LIGHTING ANALYSIS L/E AGi32, 3ds Max Design, AutoCAD BIM SUBMITTAL ITEM STAGE APPROX. DUE DATE FORMAT FAADE MODEL DD,CD April 2011 REVIT ENERGY ANALYSIS REPORT DD,CD April 2011 TRACE

DAYLIGHTING REPORT DD,CD January-February 2011 DAYSIM, AGi32 STRUCTURAL REPORTS DD,CD January-February 2011 ETABS COST ESTIMATION DD,CD February-March 2011 EXCEL 4D MODEL CD April 2011 NAVISWORKS

3D COLLISION MODEL CD April 2011 NAVISWORKS LIGHTING DESIGN MODEL DD,CD April 2011 AGi32, 3ds Max Design NOTES

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