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HMG BIM Stategy - Mark Bew


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HMG BIM Stategy - Mark Bew

  1. 1. Building Information Modelling HMG Strategic Overview Mark Bew Chairman HMG BIM Working Group Chairman BuildingSMART UK Director ECS Ltd1 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM
  2. 2. Introduction • HMG BIM Strategy • Where are we? • Progress Update • Early Adopters • Questions2 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM
  3. 3. What is BIM & why is the Governmentseeking its adoption?3 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM
  4. 4. What is BIM & why is the Governmentseeking its adoption?4 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM
  5. 5. HypothesisGovernment as a client can derive significant improvements in cost, value and carbon performance through the use of open sharable asset information”5 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM
  6. 6. Hypothesis 1. ValuableGovernment as a client can 2. Understandable derive significant 3. General 4. Non Proprietary improvements in cost, 5. Competitive value and carbon 6. Open performance through the 7. Verifiable 8. Compliant use of open sharable asset 9. Funded information” 10. Five Year Programme6 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM
  7. 7. What is the Strategy? • Pull (Government) – Be good a buying data (as well as assets and services) – Do it consistently PROJECT – Leave the “How” to the Supply Chain PUSH PULL • Push (Supply Chain) How can we make it easier for the supply chain How do we ensure we get the information we need to operate the Asset we have to move forward? bought? – Early Warning to Mobilise But not force or distort the market? How do we gather the information we need to manage the asset? · – Training Contracts · Training How do we make it fair so we · Technology don’t force or distort the · Legals market? – Methods & Documentation · Make it clear what we want · When we want it · Collect it electronically · Keep it simple to start • Deliver Level 2 BIM by 20167 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM
  8. 8. What is BIM?8 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM
  9. 9. Programme Active Management Building Management Strategic Management Budgets Carbon Enable IGT Delivery Live Operations Green Economy Roadmap Resilience Carbon Early Adopters Cost Planning O& M Handover etc Consistency Cultural Change Packaging PUSH - PULL COBIE Web Web Enriched Data “Data” Driven “Process” Driven COBIE Database File Based Repository Mobilisation Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4 Five Years More Years Red Team Projects Blue Team Projects Live Operations9 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM
  10. 10. Structure GCB Steering Group HMG BIM Mobilisation Structure Paul Morrell 1 January 2012 v5 Dept Heads Work stream Coordination Group Andrew Wolstenholme Work stream Chairs BIM Work Stream Steering Group Mark Bew Head of BIM Pull Implementation Push David Philp Media Liaison BIM Implementation Training Group Delivery Operational & BIM Project Software Vendors CIC - Institution’s Supply Chain Supply Chain Education Supply Chain Group Group BIM PM Andy Watson/HA David Philp Bill Healey Rob Manning Paul Rachel /P4S Bill Price D Rowland Adam Matthews FletcherKeith Heard/IESE and Software Team NIEP Documentation Team David Holmes/DIO Deliverables TeamBill Davis/MoJ/NOMS etc Cliff Jones/DoH/P21Rosie Seymour/CLG Departmental Delivery Stakeholder Groups Groups Groups10 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM
  11. 11. · Vision & Value · SME/Localism · Media & Communications · Project Management · Stakeholder Management · Plan of Works · Level of Definition (Detail) · COBie-UK-2012 · PAS 1192:2/3 · Data Management Training Delivery & & Academia Productivity · Academic Forum · Construction Skills · Technical Training · APM · Accreditation Commercial · Supply Strategies & Legal · Contracts · Copyright · IP · PI · Departmental Strategies Departmental Engagement · Early Adopters · Sustained Embedded Change11 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM
  12. 12. Delivery Standards & DocumentationB/555 Roadmap Level 0 Level1 Level 2 Level 3 Lifecycle Management iBIM BIMs BSI M SI M BRI M AI M FI M 2D 3D IDM IFD IFC CPIC AVANTI CAD BS 1192:2007 ISO BIM © 2008/10 Bew - Richards User Guides CPIC , Avanti, BSI Drawings , lines arcs text etc . Models, objects, collaboration Integrated, Interoperable Data BS 1192:2007 IFC Standards BS1192:2 BS1192:3 CAPEX OPEX BS 7000 : 4 IDM BS 8541:2 BS 8541:1:3:4 IFD Guides Building Information Management : inc Guide to BS 1192 Guide1 Guide 2 Guide 3 Classifications CPIC Uniclass/CAWS New classifications to assist lifecycle delivery CPIC RIBA/ACE/BSRIA Plan of work Delivery Includes contractual and level of detail Increase level of detail and content as lifecycle knowledge grows12 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM
  13. 13. Generic & Specific Building and Civils Delivery Stages The ProjectPlan of Works Management Framework Stage 1 Stage 3 Stage 4 Stage 6 Stage 7 (PFM) Stage 0 Stage 2 Stage 5 Outcome Concept Detailed Project Benefits Strategy Feasibility Delivery Lifecycle Definition Design Design Close Realisation Gate 0 Gate 1 Gate 2 Gate 3 Gate 4 Gate 5 Gate 6 Gate 7 C TfL Pre-tender (CGAP) A B Option D E Commence Select Award Close CIOB RICS RIBA ICE ACE CIBSE BSRIA HVCA BRE BIFM Develop Develop Undertake Design Establish Manage Business Delivery Competitive Build Service Asset OGC Case Strategy Procurement Test Gateways Gate 1 Gate 2 Gate 3 Gate 4 Gate 5 GRIP 4 GRIP 6/7 Network Rail GRIP 1 GRIP 2/3 GRIP 5 GRIP 8 Single Const, Test Output Pre Feasibility Detailed Project GRIP Definition Option Select Option Design Comm & Closeout Selection Handback TfL Define Procure / Deliver / Pipeling Startup Develop (Build) CIMM Requirements Design Close TfL Startup Initiation Delivery Close Spearmint Documentation Tender Action Development Construction to Practical Mobilisation Completion Des ign Br ief Information Production Technical Appraisal Concept Des ign Design RIBA Tender Post Practical Completion Work stage A B C D E F G H J K L P re perat i on Design Pre-Construction Construction Operational Use Gather 1 2 3 4 20 40 Maintain N N N N % Benefit Data and information to manage the asset base 60 Check against O&M Data Check against Package in a safe, clean and cost effective manner. project brief Handover clients brief Scope check Actual Costs Cost planning Use Cost planning Cost Checks Data drops (N) will be provided as often as is Tender Actual Risk Carbon necessary, reflecting notifiable changes to the transparency Programme Management Checks asset either through maintenance or re- 80 Environmental Actual Carbon Checks Performance purposing Does the brief Has anything Has anything Did I get what I Transparency and clear availability of meet my changed? changed? asked for? information to proactively managed cost and Key requirements in What is being Has the design Data to carbon performance of the asset. Client terms of priced by the been over value effectively Benefits function, cost Easy presentation of HMG reporting systems for main contractor? engineered? manage my asset and carbon? future planning and performance management Key X Data Drops Savings Achieved Data Management Anticipated Savings13 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM Industry Delivery Stages
  14. 14. What is COBie?14 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM
  15. 15. Supply Chain Management PUSH SIDE – SUPPLY CHAIN PULL SIDE - CLIENT E 1 S LD 2 ME A MC 3 C Portfolio Mgt M 4 PPM Tier N Tier 3 Tier 2 Tier 1 5 N N N15 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM
  16. 16. · Implementation Plan· EIR· Tender Documents· Scoring Process· Framework Training· Framework Support · Departmental Strategies Departmental Engagement · Early Adopters · Sustained Embedded Change16 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM
  17. 17. Questions @BIMgcs17 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM
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  22. 22. Questions @BIMgcs22 | WWW.BENTLEY.COM