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BIM Execution Plan

BIM Execution Plan (BEP) helps to define a foundational framework to ensure successful deployment of advanced design technologies on our BIM-enabled project.
Property Name: Broward County Judicial Complex (BCJC) Midrise Office
Location: 540 SE 3rd Avenue, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Project Type: Full Renovation
Sector: Government
Services Rendered: Architectural Designing
Property Owner: Broward County
LEED Certification: GOLD

BIM ROLES AND RESPONSIBLITIES DURING CONSTRUCTION:
 The Architecture/Engineering (A/E) design team will develop LOD 300 BIM models during the bidding/permitting phase to incorporate County comments, permitting comments, pre-construction RFI’s, and any coordination changes prior to construction.
 The construction team (GC) shall work with Owner and design team to develop the Virtual design & Construction (VDC) plan based on BEP version 3.5 for implementation during construction, to include BIM uses such as: 3D Coordination (clash detection), Phase Planning (4D Modeling), Digital Fabrication, Cost Estimation (quantity take-offs), Existing Conditions Modeling, Space Management and Tracking, and COBie information input into Revit models.
 Latest Revit models shall be provided to the GC after permits are approved and at issuance of Notice to Proceed 1 to GC, for development of the LOD 350/400/500 models (shop drawings) as defined by BIM forum and as required by County.
 Not all items may need to be developed to LOD 350/400. GC shall coordinate with County and develop MEP-FP, Architectural & Structural items to LOD level required for each discipline as directed by County.
 Once construction begins, the GC shall be responsible for all LOD 350/400/500 Revit model developments and any changes to COBie data based on field verification, constructability, final product selection & installation.
The GC shall use BIM 360 Field for the gathering of COBie field data from Construction Manager/ Superintendent and all sub-contractors in order to integrate all information into the BIM models throughout construction.
 GC shall review subcontractors BIM proficiency and qualifications.
 For instances where drawing modifications are required from A/E team to provide sketches, Supplemental Instructions, etc.
 Construction team (GC) shall be responsible to provide a location and access for the upload/ download of the latest Revit models by A/E teams to add information, answer RFI’s, etc. Construction team (GC) shall keep daily backups of all models. Should the GC give ownership of the same model to multiple subcontractors, the GC shall be responsible for organizing and merging all new information into one model including, but not limited to: shop drawing sheets, views, updated Revit components, COBie information, etc.
 At the end of construction phase, the GC shall provide as-built full size drawings and PDFs and transfer the latest Revit models to the A/E team for Review.

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BIM Execution Plan

  1. 1. Chapter logo here BIM EXECUTION PLAN Case Study: Broward County Judicial Complex Renovation Presented by: Hernan A. Pagan Project Manager Russell and Dawson Inc. hernan.pagan@rdaep.com 1Presented by Russell and Dawson
  2. 2. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1 Participants will learn How to execute a BIM Execution Plan  Breakdown of who is doing what, during each phase of design and construction  Organizational roles between the trades  File structure for large format projects  When to do quality control and clash reports  Bringing a project through LOD 100- 500  Controlling roles and responsibilities during construction Presented by Russell and Dawson 2
  3. 3. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 2 Participants will know when and how to use Clash Detection  Reasons to use Clash Detection  Step-by-step process of how participants should set up team meetings for clash report among various disciplines in order to resolve clashes  Light walk-through of How to prepare a Revit file to a Navisworks format. Presented by Russell and Dawson 3
  4. 4. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 3 Participants will learn how to co-ordinate various disciplines i.e. Architecture, Structure, Electrical, Plumbing & HVAC  Coordinating deliverables, formatting, roles and BIM uses  Appropriately setting up meetings for coordination & reviewing reports on clashes. Presented by Russell and Dawson 4
  5. 5. LEARNING OBJECTIVES 4 How to transition to Construction phase and use of BIM during Contract Administration  Using COBie  Discussion of roles and responsibilities of the Architect vs the GC during the BCJC project  Revit model ownership during construction phase as per the BCJC project  Final deliverables to ownership from A/E/C Presented by Russell and Dawson 5
  6. 6. PROJECT DETAILS  Project Name  Area  Address  Project Type  Timeline  Service Provided  Design Tools Used  Certification  Architect : BCJC Midrise Full Building Renovation : 64,000 SQFT, Four-story facility : 540 SE 3rd Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 : Full Renovation : 2013-2018 : Architectural Design services : Autodesk’s AutoCAD and Revit Software : LEED Gold [New Construction] : Singer Architects Inc (a Russell and Dawson group company) Presented by Russell and Dawson 6
  7. 7. PROJECT DETAILS Presented by Russell and Dawson 7
  8. 8. PROJECT DETAILS Presented by Russell and Dawson 8
  9. 9. ASSEMBLING THE BIM EXECUTION PLAN (BEP) Presented by Russell and Dawson 9
  10. 10. BIM EXECUTION PLAN What is a BIM execution plan (BEP)?  From the first lines of our original document: “This document is the project team’s BIM Execution Plan (v 3.5) for use during the design phases of the BCJC Midrise Renovation project. This document summarizes the standards and procedures necessary for a coordinated BIM effort among multiple firms within the design team”  This project format was a first for the County and is meant to set the standard for future projects  The BIM Manager typically updates this document throughout the project duration Presented by Russell and Dawson 10
  11. 11. BIM EXECUTION PLAN Updating the BEP  BCJC midrise BEP went through 7 revisions at each phase from Programming till Construction. The document was originally written 06/12/2013 & was finalized as Version 3.5 dated 03/07/2016  It was found that as the project developed, so did the BEP. The new phases added need for additional clarification on roles and responsibilities, until it was finalized at the permitting & construction phase  We had multiple BIM managers review and edit the document throughout the project  When the project was turned over to the construction team, they developed a similar document specific to their own tasks and responsibilities during construction which mirrored the BEP during design. Presented by Russell and Dawson 11
  12. 12. TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION A BIM PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN OVERVIEW SECTION B PROJECT INFORMATION SECTION C KEY PROJECT CONTACTS SECTION D PROJECT GOALS / BIM USES SECTION E ORGANIZATIONAL ROLES / STAFFING SECTION F BIM PROCESS DESIGN SECTION G BIM AND FACILITY DATA REQUIREMENTS SECTION H COLLABORATION PROCEDURES SECTION I QUALITY CONTROL & LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT SECTION J TECHNOLOGICAL INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS SECTION K MODEL STRUCTURE SECTION L PROJECT DELIVERABLES SECTION M REVIT MODEL OWNERSHIP & COBIE RESPONSIBILITY SEQUENCE/ STRATEGY SECTION N BIM ROLES AND RESPONSIBLITIES DURING CONSTRUCTION SECTION O ATTACHMENTS SECTION P GLOSSARY Presented by Russell and Dawson 12
  13. 13. PROJECT GOALS / BIM USES Presented by Russell and Dawson 13
  14. 14. PROJECT GOALS / BIM USES Organization BIM Uses/ Project Goals Architects Design Authoring, Design Coordination, Drawing Production, Clash Detection & COBie Implementation Asset Management, Design Reviews, Space Management & Tracking, Record Modeling, Code Validation, Programming, Design Reviews, Existing Conditions Modeling. Structural Engineers Design Authoring, Code Validation, Design Reviews, Design Coordination, Drawing Production & Clash Detection, Engineering Analysis, Structural Analysis Civil Engineers, Landscape Architects Drawing Production, Design Reviews Engineers - Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing & Fire Protection Design Authoring, Design Coordination, Drawing Production, Clash Detection (MEP-F Specific) & COBie Implementation, Space Management And Tracking, Engineering Analysis, Code Validation, Programming, Design Reviews, Existing Conditions Modeling. Construction Team To be determined Presented by Russell and Dawson 14
  15. 15. PROJECT GOALS / BIM USES Breakdown of roles within Architects Team BIM Uses/ Project Goals Architect / Project Manager– Revit • Programming • Existing Conditions Modeling • Code Validation • Design Authoring • Design Coordination • Drawing Production • Record Modeling BIM Manager – Revit, Navisworks, Excel • Clash Detection & Design Reviews • Verifying Architectural, MEP, FP & Structural components, all fit in the allotted space and do not clash. • COBie Implementation, Space Management & Tracking • Asset Management for equipment within building for Facility Maintenance (FM) use once the building is turned over. Presented by Russell and Dawson 15
  16. 16. ORGANIZATIONAL ROLES & COLLABORATION PROCESS Presented by Russell and Dawson 16
  17. 17. ORGANIZATION ROLES & COLLABORATION PROCESS Singer Architects A Russell and Dawson INC Company MEP & Fire Protection Delta G Consulting Engineers Structural Engineers S&F Engineers Civil Engineering Flynn Engineering Landscape Architects Architectural Alliance LEED Consultation Spinnaker Group Cost Estimates CMS Construction Team Pirtle Construction OWNERSHIP Presented by Russell and Dawson 17
  18. 18. ORGANIZATION ROLES & COLLABORATION PROCESS Meeting Procedures: MEETING TYPE PROJECT STAGE PARTICIPANT FREQUENCY LOCATION Kick-off Notice to Proceed Entire Project Team Once County Gov. Center Design Coordination Pre Design/Design Development/Construction Documents Team Leaders (A/E) Weekly Conference Call BIM Meetings Pre Design/Design Development/Construction Documents BIM Managers Weekly / As required Conference Call/ County Gov. Center Note - BIM meetings mainly involve the participation of BIM Managers & Project Managers for coordination. However, the County & other interested parties may join if requested and a physical meeting can be scheduled accordingly when required. Presented by Russell and Dawson 18
  19. 19. ORGANIZATION ROLES & COLLABORATION PROCESS Project Delivery Schedule: INFORMATION EXCHANGE DESIGN TEAM FREQUENCY DUE DATE NATIVE FILE TYPE Design Authoring Architect Weekly Friday ( By 5 PM ) .RVT & PDF Structural Engineer As Requested & Based on Development .RVT & PDF MEP-FP Engineer Weekly Friday ( By 5 PM ) .RVT & PDF Civil Engineer As Requested & Based on Development .DWG & PDF Presented by Russell and Dawson 19
  20. 20. FILE STRUCTURE Presented by Russell and Dawson 20
  21. 21. MODEL STRUCTURE Programs Add-ons Purpose Revit COBie Extension Revit add-in Navisworks Addon Modeling, Drafting & COBie information input AutoCAD Drafting Navisworks Manage Clash Detection A360 Collaboration for Revit / BIM 360 Glue & Field Construction Administration AiM / Assetworks Facility Management Presented by Russell and Dawson 21
  22. 22. ORGANIZATION ROLES & COLLABORATION PROCESS BIM USE DISCIPLINE SOFTWARE VERSION Design Authoring Architecture Revit 2014-2015 Design Authoring Structure Revit 2014-2015 Design Authoring MEP-FP Revit 2014-2015 Design Authoring Civil AutoCAD - Design Authoring Landscape AutoCAD - Design Authoring Survey AutoCAD - Review Broward County Revit 2015 Facilities Maintenance Coordination Broward County Revit, AiM, AssetWorks 2014-2015 COBie Implementation Broward County AiM, AssetWorks 2015 Construction Management/ COBie GC Revit 2015 3D Coordination / Clash Detection ALL Navisworks Manage 2014-2015 COBIE Export ALL COBie Extension Revit add-in 2014-2015 Construction Administration (RFIs etc) ALL A360 Collaboration for Revit / BIM 360 Glue & Field 2015 22
  23. 23. ORGANIZATION ROLES & COLLABORATION PROCESS Model Structure: Naming Conventions, Model Link Structure 0602013001_ARCH_ CENTRAL_2014.RVT 0602013001 _STRUC_ CENTRAL_2014.RVT 0602013001_MECH_ CENTRAL_2014.RVT 0602013001 _ELEC_ CENTRAL_2014.RVT 0602013001_PLUM_ CENTRAL_2014.RVT 0602013001_FIRE PROTECTION_ CENTRAL_2014.RVT 0602013001 _FURN_ CENTRAL_2014.RVT CAD Files (CIVIL) CAD Files (LANDSCAPE) CAD Files (SURVEY) CAD Files (Arch. Exist & Phase 1 Furniture/Partitions) ProjectNumber_Discipline_Central_Version.RVT (Should a file be upgraded to another version of Revit, the original name will remain as is, in order to preserve links & file references.) Architecture Model 0602013001_ARCH_CENTRAL_2014.RVT Furniture Model 0602013001_FURN_CENTRAL_2014.RVT Structure Model 0602013001_STRUC_CENTRAL_2014.RVT Mechanical Model (HVAC) 0602013001_MECH_CENTRAL_2014.RVT Electrical Model 0602013001_ELEC_CENTRAL_2014.RVT Plumbing Model 0602013001_PLUM_CENTRAL_2014.RVT Fire Protection Model 0602013001_FIRE PROTECTION_CENTRAL_2014.RVT LOD 350/400/500 models Similar file naming convention by GC Presented by Russell and Dawson 23
  24. 24. QUALITY CONTROL & CLASH DETECTION Presented by Russell and Dawson 24
  25. 25. QUALITY CONTROL & CLASH DETECTION Quality Control  Visual Check • Ensure that design intent has been followed properly and there are no unintended model components  Interference Check • Detect problems in the model where two model components are clashing  The entire design team is responsible for quality control. Presented by Russell and Dawson 25
  26. 26. QUALITY CONTROL & CLASH DETECTION  Why use Clash Detection?  To verify all items fit within the confines of the structure  Provides list of items which intersect with fire rated assemblies in order to provide appropriate fire rating  RFIs based on MEP coordination are mostly eliminated and reduces delays to construction due to waiting for answers  Provides a more accurate & cleaner Revit file to turn over to ownership for their future use. Presented by Russell and Dawson 26
  27. 27. QUALITY CONTROL & CLASH DETECTION Using Navisworks for Clash Detection INFORMATION EXCHANGE DESIGN TEAM FREQUENCY DUE DATE NATIVE FILE TYPE 3D Coordination / Clash Detection Architect Project Milestone & Periodically As Needed DD : 06/09/2014; 06/16/2014; 06/23/2014 50% CD: 08/25/2014; 09/15/2014; 09/29/2014 100% CD: 12/01/2014; 12/29/2014; 01/05/2015 .NWC Structural Engineer Project Milestone & Periodically As Needed .NWC MEP Engineer Project Milestone & Periodically As Needed .NWC Civil Engineer N/A Weekly reports were generated and sent out on almost every Monday. Presented by Russell and Dawson 27
  28. 28. QUALITY CONTROL & CLASH DETECTION Clash Report Meetings  Typically, meetings would be internal coordination sessions between the A/E design & project team  Construction team’s (GC) attendance, up to permitting phase, is welcome but not mandatory  If the owner’s involvement is needed to resolve any issues, a notification would be provided to the owner for follow up meetings or input  Each discipline must submit a clean *.RVT file minimum 3 days before the meeting  Prior to the meeting, architects would run the clash model and generate a clash report for the meeting  During the clash detection meeting, the group would review the main clashes and discuss the strategy to resolve the conflicts  Within a week after the meeting, the Project team would revise model to address clashes found. Presented by Russell and Dawson 28
  29. 29. QUALITY CONTROL & CLASH DETECTION NAVISWORKS File Setup  Verify all work sets are correct, run ‘purge’ of excess families  Duplicate all RVT files and clean up files to minimize size. • Create new 3D view for clash detection, eliminate all other views(to reduce file size and help speed up clash detection). • Unload all links, remove all CAD files, turn off/ remove unwanted objects  Convert all files to Navisworks file .NWC via Revit Navisworks add-on. Presented by Russell and Dawson 29
  30. 30. QUALITY CONTROL & CLASH DETECTION Navisworks Clash Setup  Import files into Navisworks  Select worksets/ families to be tested  Verify the dimensional tolerance for clashes in order to reduce unnecessary clashes  Review clashes, approve non-clashes, adjust 3d views provided as required to clarify the clashes on the report  Export clash report format and send it to your team. Presented by Russell and Dawson 30
  31. 31. QUALITY CONTROL & CLASH DETECTION Typical File Output Presented by Russell and Dawson 31
  32. 32. QUALITY CONTROL & CLASH DETECTION Clash Log for the BCJC Project Presented by Russell and Dawson 32
  33. 33. LEVELS OF DEVELOPMENT Presented by Russell and Dawson 33
  34. 34. LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT Setting a Target For the Level of Development (LOD) will Depend on the Future Use of the Project •BCJC Midrise Renovation was intended to be used heavily by the Facility Management for the maintenance of the building. Construction Operations Building Information Exchange Formatting (COBie) was requested as the primary format for specific systems within the building. • COBie is a data format for BIM which focuses on asset information on objects within the project. Presented by Russell and Dawson 34
  35. 35. LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT COBie Development Stages: 1. LOD 100 – Schematic Design 2. LOD 200 – Design Development 3. LOD 300 – Construction Docs. 4. LOD 350-400 – Construction Input 5. LOD 500 – Facility Management Presented by Russell and Dawson 35
  36. 36. LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT Architectural & MEP-FP Teams:  LOD 100 - Overall building massing indicative area, height, volume, location, and orientation may be modeled in three dimensions or represented by other data.  LOD 200 - Model elements are modeled as generalized systems or assemblies with approximate quantities, size, shape, location, and orientation.  LOD 300 - Model Elements are modeled as specific assemblies accurate in terms of quantity, size, shape, location, and orientation. Non- geometric information may also be attached to Model Elements and equivalent to 100% construction documents.  Non-graphic information may also be attached to the Model Element. Presented by Russell and Dawson 36
  37. 37. LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT Construction Team & Facility Management:  LOD 400 - The Model Element is graphically represented within the Model as a specific system, object or assembly in terms of size, shape, location, quantity, and orientation with detailing, fabrication, assembly, and installation information.  LOD 500 - BIM for Facility Management Model Elements are modeled as constructed assemblies-actual and accurate in terms of size, shape, location, quantity, and orientation. Non-geometric information may also be attached to modeled elements. Facilities Management information made available to Construction Operations Building Information Exchange (COBIE) standards.  Non-graphic information may also be attached to the Model Element. Presented by Russell and Dawson 37
  38. 38. LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT COBie Responsibilities Sample Presented by Russell and Dawson 38
  39. 39. LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT COBie Responsibilities Sample Presented by Russell and Dawson 39
  40. 40. LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT COBie Export Sample Presented by Russell and Dawson 40
  41. 41. BIM ROLES AND RESPONSIBLITIES DURING CONSTRUCTION Presented by Russell and Dawson 41
  42. 42. BIM ROLES AND RESPONSIBLITIES DURING CONSTRUCTION Revit Model Ownership & COBie Responsibility Sequence/ Strategy 42
  43. 43. BIM ROLES AND RESPONSIBLITIES DURING CONSTRUCTION  The Architecture/Engineering (A/E) design team will develop LOD 300 BIM models during the bidding/permitting phase to incorporate County comments, permitting comments, pre-construction RFI’s, and any coordination changes prior to construction.  The construction team (GC) shall work with Owner and design team to develop the Virtual design & Construction (VDC) plan based on BEP version 3.5 for implementation during construction, to include BIM uses such as: 3D Coordination (clash detection), Phase Planning (4D Modeling), Digital Fabrication, Cost Estimation (quantity take-offs), Existing Conditions Modeling, Space Management and Tracking, and COBie information input into Revit models.  Latest Revit models shall be provided to the GC after permits are approved and at issuance of Notice to Proceed 1 to GC, for development of the LOD 350/400/500 models (shop drawings) as defined by BIM forum and as required by County.  Not all items may need to be developed to LOD 350/400. GC shall coordinate with County and develop MEP-FP, Architectural & Structural items to LOD level required for each discipline as directed by County.  Once construction begins, the GC shall be responsible for all LOD 350/400/500 Revit model developments and any changes to COBie data based on field verification, constructability, final product selection & installation.  The GC shall use BIM 360 Field for the gathering of COBie field data from Construction Manager/ Superintendent and all sub-contractors in order to integrate all information into the BIM models throughout construction. Presented by Russell and Dawson 43
  44. 44. BIM ROLES AND RESPONSIBLITIES DURING CONSTRUCTION  GC shall review subcontractors BIM proficiency and qualifications.  For instances where drawing modifications are required from A/E team to provide sketches, Supplemental Instructions, etc.  Construction team (GC) shall be responsible to provide a location and access for the upload/ download of the latest Revit models by A/E teams / sub-contractors to add information, answer RFI’s, etc. Construction team (GC) shall keep daily backups of all models. Should the GC give ownership of the same model to multiple subcontractors, the GC shall be responsible for organizing and merging all new information into one model including, but not limited to: shop drawing sheets, views, updated Revit components, COBie information, etc.  At the end of construction phase, the GC shall provide COBie deliverables to the Owner for Facilities Maintenance (FM)/ Operations & Maintenance (O&M) as required by the County. The GC shall also deliver a construction model (LOD 500) to the Owner for FM / O&M use at end of construction.  At the end of construction phase, the GC shall provide as-built full size drawings and PDFs and transfer the latest Revit models to the A/E team for Review. Presented by Russell and Dawson 44
  45. 45. LEED Presented by Russell and Dawson 45
  46. 46. THE PROJECT LEED Scorecard Presented by Russell and Dawson 46
  47. 47. Broward County Judicial Complex Management Thank you.

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