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BIM4Estates Breakfast Briefing 9th October 2019 UK Construction Week

BIM4Estates


BIM4Estates Introduction

BIM4Estates


BIM4Estates Introduction Building Information Modelling in Estates Management 

Provide a platform for estates facing the same challenges with regards to BIM and Life Cycle Management. Tackling real world projects and issues people are facing with input from experienced members of the team who have already gone through these obstacles. The group is initially aimed at University estates. Once established and successful the group will be opened up to other estates.

Technical Challenges • Including system/information integration, asset information management during CAPEX/OPEX phases People Challenges • Behavioural/organisational/Cultural change , Adopting new technologies and processes Economic Impacts • Industry challenges (reduced funding) and maintaining high quality estates for clients.


BIM4Estates Introduction 

Hadeel Saadoon BIM Manager -Coventry University Estates

We started implementing BIM in Estates!

We want to hear Success stories

We want to learn about Challenges

We are here to Share knowledge

Josh Davies Digital/BIM Coordinator–University of West of England Bristol

Mike Ford Digital/BIM Manager - Coordinator–University of West of England Bristol 

Elena Simcock Information Manager - University of Birmingham Richard Draper BIM& Digital Assets Manager – University of Birmingham

Chris Hinton Technology and Innovation Lead- University of Cambridge


Coventry University Estates Operation and Maintenance

Data, Information and Systems

Health and Safety Environment

Estates Development

Access Control and Helpdesk

Space Planning


Building Information Management Journey

Identifying Building Information Requirements Asset Information Requirements Adopting BIM Standards

Reviewing Existing Estates Infrastructure

Site Surveys Drawing Updates Reviewing Archived Data Physical to Digital

Health and Safety Soft Landings Design Guide Contracts Estates Framework

Asset Management Building Services Systems Integration Digital Campus

Common Data Environment CAD to BIM Better Information Management

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BIM Standards BIM Policy Documents

Structure for our information Usable data requirements


Process and Development

Historic Drawings And Archived data

Site Surveys Data Validation

Drawing Updates + Modelling

Space and Asset Data Validation

Shareable data Via the Estates Systems CAFM/CDE

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Surveys and Modelling

Bugatti

The Library

Historic Building Models Research & case-studies Retrospective Modelling of Existing Buildings

Graham Sutherland

Engineering &Computing Building

Richard Crossman

George Elliot BIM Model

Simulation Centre

George Elliot BIM Model

Jaguar Building


Digital Campus


Digital Campus


Digital Campus


Common Data Environment - Functions

• Building Information • Development Projects • Operation & Maintenance Manuals

• Emails & Archiving • Dashboards and reports • Data sharing with stakeholders

• Asset Information & COBie • Integration with existing systems


Common Data Environment - Functions OpenBIMTM by Design GliderBIM handles IFC models and exports COBie-compliant  data providing total interoperability with third-party systems. Automated Model Validation Automatically validate models and data using rulesets to create  exception reports. Model Federation Merge multiple models to create a single federated model. COBie Data Delivery View, search, edit and export model asset data in COBie format  for required data drops. Plan of Work Establish information requirements and track their completion  through design and construction. RFIs for Asset Information Automatically create, issue and track RFIs to model authors for  incomplete asset information. Progress Reporting Dashboard reports track the completion of model tasks and asset  information completeness.

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Future of Estates BIM Integration Operation & Maintenance Energy Management

DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS

SPACE PLANNING

CCTV/ SECURITY

Common Data Environment RISK MANAGEMENT/ FIRE PROTECTION

Building Information Exchange &Systems Integrations

HELPDESK

CAFM/PLANON

BMS/DESIGO

ACCESS CONTROL

TIMETABLING


Thank you @CovUniEstates

@hadeelsafaa


University of Cambridge The Challenge. When was the last time poor information let you down? We spend time and money recreating information

Our IT systems don’t help us to manage and share information well

It’s difficult to evidence our decisions There are multiple copies of information and we don’t know which one is the latest

We don’t know if we can trust the information that we find

People are the key to finding information, we can’t just search to get what we need

When we receive information we don’t know where to store it

We receive information but don’t have the tools available to read it

When people leave we can lose access to key information

We can’t find information quickly


University of Cambridge Change. The Digital Estate Strategy “Our Digitally Enabled Estate will provide easy, reliable and timely access to accurate and consistent information across the full asset lifecycle from master planning to maintenance and disposal or renewal. We will develop our people, processes and technology to gain a greater understanding of our assets and estate. Allowing us to define, construct and operate our assets efficiently and sustainably.�


University of Cambridge Change. An Outcome-Driven approach What are the jobs-to-be-done? Identify Identify the processes related to those functional jobs

Define Define the information production and management requirements for each process step

What are the goals or ‘jobs” the stakeholders involved with the lifecycle of the building are trying to accomplish?

Deconstruct Deconstruct the functional processes into its discrete process steps, which explains in detail exactly what each stakeholder is trying to get done

Information Management Source: CDBB


University of Cambridge


University of Cambridge Outcomes. What do we have now?  Common Data Environment  Engaged stakeholder teams and expectation of project and asset information models for use in future alterations and ongoing FM.  Comprehensive set of documents, standards and protocols  A standardised layout, floor level and space ID’s for the whole of the University Estate  Master versions of drawings and models are held within a secure Vault and updated once a project has completed to reflect the new as built  Space management system based on accurate data and synced with our asset management system


University of Cambridge


University of Cambridge


University of Cambridge Where Next? New Processes, New Technologies


UWE Bristol

JOSHUA DAVIES DIGITAL/BIM COORDINATOR DIGITAL CAMPUS INNOVATIONS TEAM


THE DIGITAL CAMPUS

VISUALISE VISUALISE

LOCATE LOCATE

• SENSOR – – – –

LIVE DATA CONDITION OCCUPANCY IOT AND BMS

– – – –

CREATE SYNC TE A IG V NA

UN IQU

E ID

RE O ST

ASSET QUANTITY ASSET TYPE ASSET LOCATION WHOLE LIFE COSTING DATA – WARRANTY INFORMATION – UNIQUE IDENTIFIER

IN SP IRE

ALARM INTERFACE

WORK WORK ORDER ORDER

– PHYSICAL LOCATION – ADJACENCY AND CONNECTIVITY – PLANS, VISUALISATIONS, WALKTHROUGHS – EXISTENCE IN TIME

• DATA

CONDITION CONDITION

• MODEL GRAPHICS

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• PEOPLE – – – – –

TRAINING DOCUMENTATION COLLABORATION CONTRACT MANAGEMENT INTERFACE


THE UWE ESTATE – LATEST DIGITAL CAMPUS BREAKTHROUGHS


1. CAMPUS SITE & SITE SERVICES DIGITISED


TOPOGRAPHICALLY ACURATE AND DENOTED

WALLSCOURT FARMHOUSE 1850

F BLOCK 1970

BUSINESS SCHOOL 2017


SERVICES LOCATED AND COLOUR CODED

WALLSCOURT FARMHOUSE 1850

F BLOCK 1970

BUSINESS SCHOOL 2017


LEVEL OF VALIDITY APPLIED

WALLSCOURT FARMHOUSE 1850

F BLOCK 1970

BUSINESS SCHOOL 2017


2. CAMPUS BUILDINGS – DIGITISED

1. Built from 3D model 2. Validated by client visually 3. Contains MEP, Struct, FF&E & Fabric • • • • • •

1. Created from 2D drawings 2. No validation 3. Contains Fabric

• MANAGE SOME ASSETS FOR MANAGE ASSETS FOR MAINTENANCE (REACTIVE / PLANNED) MAINTENANCE (REACTIVE / PLANNED) • FOR FUTURE BUILDING REFURBISHMENT FOR FUTURE BUILDING REFURBISHMENT • TO MANAGE RISK (ASBESTOS) TO MANAGE RISK (ASBESTOS) • TO MANAGE WARRANTIES TO MANAGE WARRANTIES WALLSCOURT F BLOCK BUSINESS SCHOOL • COMPLIANCE WITH COMPLIANCE WITH STATUTE STATUTE FARMHOUSE 1970 2017 • MANAGEMENT OF SPACE MANAGEMENT OF SPACE 1850


3. UWE HAZ MAP – DIGITISED

WALLSCOURT WALLSCOURT FARMHOUSE FARMHOUSE 1850 1850

F BLOCK F BLOCK 1970 1970

BUSINESS SCHOOL BUSINESS SCHOOL 2017 2017


4. SPACE MANAGEMENT – MANAGED DIGITALLY 1. DESIGN OPTIONS USED FOR FURNITURE SETTING OUT 2. UPDATED SPACE AREAS

WALLSCOURT WALLSCOURT FARMHOUSE FARMHOUSE 1850 1850

F BLOCK F BLOCK 1970 1970

BUSINESS SCHOOL BUSINESS SCHOOL 2017 2017


5. HEALTH AND SAFETY (ASBESTOS) DIGITISED

WALLSCOURT WALLSCOURT FARMHOUSE FARMHOUSE 1850 1850

F BLOCK F BLOCK 1970 1970

BUSINESS SCHOOL BUSINESS SCHOOL 2017 2017


6. SNAGGING - DIGITISED

WALLSCOURT WALLSCOURT FARMHOUSE FARMHOUSE 1850 1850

F BLOCK F BLOCK 1970 1970

BUSINESS SCHOOL BUSINESS SCHOOL 2017 2017


Rich Draper @TheBIMViking


Rich Draper @TheBIMViking


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