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The NBS BIM Toolkit
The NBS BIM Toolkit
Introduction
1. Dave Philp, BIM Task Group - The Level-2 BIM journey
2. Stephen Hamil, NBS - Digital p...
1. The Level-2 BIM journey
2011
2015
How to traditionally describe construction data PLQ: How Many Legs Do I Have?
LOD
The focus brought about by the requirement
of the UK Government to mandate BIM
Level 2 BIM by 2016 has necessitated clarit...
ENSURE EVERYONE CAN PLAY THEIR PART (OPEN DATA)
The selected supply base supplying data up
to the tier one who is responsi...
The rate of this growth must be driven by the
amount of information needed to answer each Key
Client Question. Any more an...
Key ‘anchors’ for the dPoW
Plain language questions
(PLQ’s) to inform key
client decisions
COBie Data
2D PDF’s
(Native mod...
Putting too much information into the model too
soon may restrict both the design and supply
chain options for others in t...
2. Digital plan of work
The Level-2 BIM package
How will the BIM Toolkit benefit those working within the level-2 BIM process?
Standards are freel...
Assessment and
needProcurement
Post-contract award
and mobilisation
Production
Maintenance
and use
Figure taken from PAS11...
Assessment and need
Assessment and
need
Assessment and need
Overview
• Client determines their plain language questions
(determines the need)
• Client produces th...
A collection
of projects
Information at a
project level
Information at a
stage level
At the start of the
project the client has
not assembled their
team
At strategy/brief stage
it is possible to
determine information
needs
Template tasks can be
modified, removed and
added to
These projects can be
refined and reused on
future projects
Tasks and deliverables are
assigned to roles prior to
the team being assembled
This information may
be exported
Export to MS Excel for
inclusion within the EIR
document (PDF)
…and export to
IFC/COBie for digital
re-use
All information can exported
and manipulated either in
buildingSMART or MS Excel
format
At a basic level – it can easily be
inserted into an MS Word EIR
Procurement
Procurement
Procurement
Overview
• Bidders respond with their pre-contract BIM execution plan
• Proposed responsibility of bidders sup...
The proposed roles
have been assigned
The proposed
project team has
been added
Each item, at each
stage has a party
respon...
Export to MS Excel for
inclusion within the
BEP document (PDF)
…and export to
IFC/COBie for digital
re-use
Pre-contract award and mobilisation
Post-contract award
and mobilisation
Production
Production
Production
Overview
• The federated Project Information Model begins to grow
• dPOW defines the what, the when and who
• I...
Moving into the design phases
the team is now assembled and
the information requirements
grow
Level of detail guidance can be
defined for each deliverable
Level of information guidance can
be defined for each deliverable
A definitions library of over 5,000
items across all construction
disciplines will be provided
At concept stage – the operations
phase should be considered
At the technical design stage
more geometric detail is required
The level of information grows
through the bandings too
LOI-6 contains the standard
COBie properties for transfer to
the asset management systems
The definitions library covers
infrastructure in addition to
buildings
RICS were part of the core team
and have provided classification
mappings to NRM1
Rules of measurement
from RICS NRM1
Benchmark costs
from RICS BCIS
Filter by Uniclass 2015
classification tables
At an early stage space
requirements may be
specified
Classification – Uniclass 2015
Advanced search technology
is used to take the complexity
away from classification
What has
been asked for
What has
been provided
Maintenance and in use
Maintenance
and use
- ID
- ParentSpace
- Level
- Manufacturer
- Model
- ExpectedLife
- O+M-Manual
Verification & Validation of BIM
Submissions
Prof. Steve Lockley
Overview & Background
R&D funded by Innovate UK
Built on the xBIM platform
Open source toolkit for open BIM
Led by BIM Aca...
Objectives
Information
Requirements
Development
Information
Submission
Validation
Close the loop
Automate validation
Minim...
Scope – Current phase
Verify that data required has been submitted
Integrated with the BIM Toolkit
Works across all projec...
Built on Open Standards
110% COBie Structure
Two way IFC exchange
IFC -> COBie
COBie -> IFC
Computer
Human
COBie, IFC
COBie
Submission COBie, IFC
COBie
Requirements
COBie, IFC
COBie
Submission COBie, IFC
COBie
Requirements
COBie, IFC
COBie
Submission COBie, IFC
COBie
Requirements
BIM Platform neutral
COBie, IFC
COBie
Submission COBie, IFC
COBie
Requirements
COBie, IFC
COBie
Submission COBie, IFC
COBie
Requirements
COBie, IFC
COBie
Submission COBie, IFC
COBie
Requirements
COBie Requirements & Submission
COBie, IFC
COBie
Submission COBie, IFC
COBie
Requirements
In-Cloud + In-House
COBie, IFC
COBie
Submission COBie, IFC
COBie
Requirements
Simple Submission Report
COBie, IFC
COBie
Submission COBie, IFC
COBie
Requirements
Community support needed
xBIM is an Open Platform
• Royalty free, open source
Several key organisations actively engaged
•...
Summary
The NBS BIM Toolkit
Summary
1. A clear central strategy for information procurement
2. A free-to-use digital plan of work ...
The NBS BIM Toolkit
theNBS.com/Toolkit
The NBS BIM Toolkit and Digital Plan of Work
The NBS BIM Toolkit and Digital Plan of Work
The NBS BIM Toolkit and Digital Plan of Work
The NBS BIM Toolkit and Digital Plan of Work
The NBS BIM Toolkit and Digital Plan of Work
The NBS BIM Toolkit and Digital Plan of Work
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NBS BIM Toolkit presentation from BIM Show Live 2015.

Speakers:
Professor Steve Lockley - BIM Academy
Dr Stephen Hamil - NBS
David Philp - AECOM

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The NBS BIM Toolkit and Digital Plan of Work

  1. 1. The NBS BIM Toolkit
  2. 2. The NBS BIM Toolkit Introduction 1. Dave Philp, BIM Task Group - The Level-2 BIM journey 2. Stephen Hamil, NBS - Digital plan of work 3. Steve Lockley, BIM Academy - Verification
  3. 3. 1. The Level-2 BIM journey
  4. 4. 2011 2015
  5. 5. How to traditionally describe construction data PLQ: How Many Legs Do I Have?
  6. 6. LOD
  7. 7. The focus brought about by the requirement of the UK Government to mandate BIM Level 2 BIM by 2016 has necessitated clarity as to how data is: • Defined, • Tested • Effectively used by both the supply chain and the public client The DPOW helps support how this new ‘digital’ data is procured at ‘Level 2’ enabling clear definitions of need to the supply chain and use full data detailed to the client for use.
  8. 8. ENSURE EVERYONE CAN PLAY THEIR PART (OPEN DATA) The selected supply base supplying data up to the tier one who is responsible for its coordination use and submission to the employer must be employed consistently to ensure data can be created and re-used, rather than repeatedly re-typed. Clearly it is incumbent on the employer to only ask for information that is needed at each stage of the project
  9. 9. The rate of this growth must be driven by the amount of information needed to answer each Key Client Question. Any more and we are incurring waste, any less and we cannot effectively answer the questions. These questions are known as the ‘Plain Language’ Questions. As the project progresses the data “Progressively Grows”
  10. 10. Key ‘anchors’ for the dPoW Plain language questions (PLQ’s) to inform key client decisions COBie Data 2D PDF’s (Native models) Plain language questions (PLQ’s) to inform key client decisions
  11. 11. Putting too much information into the model too soon may restrict both the design and supply chain options for others in the team and leads to other forms of waste with the inherent costs incurred by both the supplier and the client. It also places constraints on the supply chain to offer compliant alternative designs, offering better asset or value performance. DPOW = Goldilocks Principle
  12. 12. 2. Digital plan of work
  13. 13. The Level-2 BIM package How will the BIM Toolkit benefit those working within the level-2 BIM process? Standards are freely available at - http://shop.bsigroup.com/BIM
  14. 14. Assessment and needProcurement Post-contract award and mobilisation Production Maintenance and use Figure taken from PAS1192-2:2013 – Copyright Mervyn Richards
  15. 15. Assessment and need
  16. 16. Assessment and need
  17. 17. Assessment and need Overview • Client determines their plain language questions (determines the need) • Client produces their employer’s information requirements (Required information to meet the needs as defined in PLQs) • Information requirements aligned to the project stages • This is part of the tender documentation
  18. 18. A collection of projects
  19. 19. Information at a project level
  20. 20. Information at a stage level
  21. 21. At the start of the project the client has not assembled their team
  22. 22. At strategy/brief stage it is possible to determine information needs
  23. 23. Template tasks can be modified, removed and added to
  24. 24. These projects can be refined and reused on future projects
  25. 25. Tasks and deliverables are assigned to roles prior to the team being assembled This information may be exported
  26. 26. Export to MS Excel for inclusion within the EIR document (PDF) …and export to IFC/COBie for digital re-use
  27. 27. All information can exported and manipulated either in buildingSMART or MS Excel format
  28. 28. At a basic level – it can easily be inserted into an MS Word EIR
  29. 29. Procurement
  30. 30. Procurement
  31. 31. Procurement Overview • Bidders respond with their pre-contract BIM execution plan • Proposed responsibility of bidders supply-chain is provided • The client can compare these against their original information requirements • Selection can take place
  32. 32. The proposed roles have been assigned The proposed project team has been added Each item, at each stage has a party responsible The bidder
  33. 33. Export to MS Excel for inclusion within the BEP document (PDF) …and export to IFC/COBie for digital re-use
  34. 34. Pre-contract award and mobilisation
  35. 35. Post-contract award and mobilisation
  36. 36. Production
  37. 37. Production
  38. 38. Production Overview • The federated Project Information Model begins to grow • dPOW defines the what, the when and who • Information exchanges between supply-chain • Information delivery to the client as agreed in EIR • Documented classification and data structure allows for verification
  39. 39. Moving into the design phases the team is now assembled and the information requirements grow
  40. 40. Level of detail guidance can be defined for each deliverable
  41. 41. Level of information guidance can be defined for each deliverable
  42. 42. A definitions library of over 5,000 items across all construction disciplines will be provided
  43. 43. At concept stage – the operations phase should be considered
  44. 44. At the technical design stage more geometric detail is required
  45. 45. The level of information grows through the bandings too
  46. 46. LOI-6 contains the standard COBie properties for transfer to the asset management systems
  47. 47. The definitions library covers infrastructure in addition to buildings
  48. 48. RICS were part of the core team and have provided classification mappings to NRM1
  49. 49. Rules of measurement from RICS NRM1
  50. 50. Benchmark costs from RICS BCIS
  51. 51. Filter by Uniclass 2015 classification tables
  52. 52. At an early stage space requirements may be specified
  53. 53. Classification – Uniclass 2015
  54. 54. Advanced search technology is used to take the complexity away from classification
  55. 55. What has been asked for What has been provided
  56. 56. Maintenance and in use
  57. 57. Maintenance and use
  58. 58. - ID - ParentSpace - Level - Manufacturer - Model - ExpectedLife - O+M-Manual
  59. 59. Verification & Validation of BIM Submissions Prof. Steve Lockley
  60. 60. Overview & Background R&D funded by Innovate UK Built on the xBIM platform Open source toolkit for open BIM Led by BIM Academy at Northumbria Developed by the XbimTeam Collaborative BIM development Built on BuildingSmart data model – IFC Community based, royalty free.
  61. 61. Objectives Information Requirements Development Information Submission Validation Close the loop Automate validation Minimise error and misunderstanding BIM platform neutral IFC based COBie compliant Support widely used industry classifications and properties Open and extensible
  62. 62. Scope – Current phase Verify that data required has been submitted Integrated with the BIM Toolkit Works across all project stages Employers, design team and contractors Handles Documents and BIMs Understandable process
  63. 63. Built on Open Standards 110% COBie Structure Two way IFC exchange IFC -> COBie COBie -> IFC Computer Human
  64. 64. COBie, IFC COBie Submission COBie, IFC COBie Requirements
  65. 65. COBie, IFC COBie Submission COBie, IFC COBie Requirements
  66. 66. COBie, IFC COBie Submission COBie, IFC COBie Requirements
  67. 67. BIM Platform neutral
  68. 68. COBie, IFC COBie Submission COBie, IFC COBie Requirements
  69. 69. COBie, IFC COBie Submission COBie, IFC COBie Requirements
  70. 70. COBie, IFC COBie Submission COBie, IFC COBie Requirements
  71. 71. COBie Requirements & Submission
  72. 72. COBie, IFC COBie Submission COBie, IFC COBie Requirements
  73. 73. In-Cloud + In-House
  74. 74. COBie, IFC COBie Submission COBie, IFC COBie Requirements
  75. 75. Simple Submission Report
  76. 76. COBie, IFC COBie Submission COBie, IFC COBie Requirements
  77. 77. Community support needed xBIM is an Open Platform • Royalty free, open source Several key organisations actively engaged • 4Projects, NBS, AEC3, Metz Architects, eDocuments, B&ES Designed and built on, and for, IFC • No Compatibility or portability issues Construction & IT industry engagement welcomed Steve.Lockley@BIMAcademy.ac.uk www.OpenBIM.org www.github.com/xBimTeam
  78. 78. Summary
  79. 79. The NBS BIM Toolkit Summary 1. A clear central strategy for information procurement 2. A free-to-use digital plan of work tool for UK Level-2 BIM 3. Verification of information using well-structured open data
  80. 80. The NBS BIM Toolkit theNBS.com/Toolkit

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