Presentation on theme: "The view of a CIBSE President. Rob Manning. SalesBriefing Concept Design Production Design Drawing and Manufacture Construction Commissioning and Handover."— Presentation transcript:
The view of a CIBSE President. Rob Manning
SalesBriefing Concept Design Production Design Drawing and Manufacture Construction Commissioning and Handover Post Handover Operation
ManageBuildProcureDesign Knowledge Interoperability issues and inadequate information sharing between project stakeholders leads to excessive waste within the industry. Lack of communication amongst stakeholders Silos of information Inherent design process model that exist today does not reward sharing of information Limiting information to avoid risk Conflicting goals amongst stakeholders Difficult to coordinate paper documentation Varied interpretation of BIM amongst all stakeholders fueling confusion within the market sectors and driving inconsistent expectations. Existing terms do not facilitate collaboration Lack of trust from the supply chain Difficult to deliver low energy and low carbon.
Government funded construction; Quicker build times Lower whole life cost Less energy demand (less generation capacity to fund, lower operating expenditure)
Structural Engineer Building Services Architect Client / Owner Operator Major Contractor Project Manager Suppliers Sub Contractor Structural Engineer Building Services Architect Client / Owner Operator Major Contractor Project Manager Cost Consultancy Suppliers Sub Contractor Common Data Environment
The IGT Report mentions a contractor to lead. That contractor can come from; Clients Construction Companies Service Providers Large multi-disciplinary PMCM/Design companies
Ability to impact cost / functional capabilities CD: Concept design SD: Scheme design DD: Design development CD: Construction documentation PR: Procurement CO: Construction OP: Operation CDCD SDD CDCD PRCOOP Time Effort / Effect Cost of design changes Current design process BIM design process Source: Construction Users Roundtable BIM report and internal analysis
3D models shared Design review & Common Data Environment 3D models potentially reused & embellished for fabrication & construction and operation
MEP BIM Commercial Impact Production Design Tender Concept Design Design & Constructio n Activities Current UK trend The Future Collaborative Approach Planning /Procurement Fabrication Construction Commissioning Controls HandoverOperate MEP Design BIM Designer & Contractor Collaborative Development BIM Specialist MEP / Contractor BIM Responsibility Gap Fixed target Overall Fee The evolution of BIM will impact upon the share of this fee to contributors
Autodesk Bentley AutoCAD AutoCAD MAP 3D AutoCAD Civil 3D Revit Structure Suite AutoCAD MEP Revit MEP Suite NavisWorks Manage 17 Autodesk products Revit Architecture Suite AutoCAD Architecture NavisWorks Simulate AutoCAD Electrical AutoCAD MechanicalAutoCAD Raster DesignAutoCAD P&ID 3D Studio Max 3D Studio Max Design Inventor Professional MicroStation Bentley MAPBentley GEOPAK TAS Bentley Building Mechanical Systems Structural Modeler ProjectWise 200+ Bentley products Bentley Rebar Bentley Architecture ProjectWise Navigator Bentley CloudWorx Hevacomp IRAS/BPowerCivil RAM STAAD Generative Components PlantSpace ProSteel InRoads ESRI ArcGIS ArcIMSArcInfo 6 ESRI products ArcEditor ArcView PLTS Others non global CSC AmtechNemetschek, Scia IES ANSYS
Why should we pay the cost of change Education? Training? Software? Will it increase turnover and profit for us? Why have the arguments with the legal and insurance industries? Let us see that the government means it this time
Understanding the MEP design process and the interfaces with other designers. Guidance on the integrated working approach. Identifying how decisions about energy, carbon dioxide and water arise at stages of budget setting, design, procurement, construction, commissioning and operation. National object library Guidance on software
Reviewing the current process of MEP budget setting, designing, pricing, constructing and operating to look for improvements in information exchange.
Institutions can play their part; Work with universities to promote principles of integrated working, BIM and low carbon. Promoting post-graduate courses on integrated working and cross-disciplinary awareness. CIBSE can work with Engineering Council to promote integrated working, BIM and low carbon as part of the EC UK competences.
Companies and institutions can work with government to deal with; Contractual accountability for BIM. Legal framework such that accountability/responsibility for BIM is managed, without becoming a barrier to implementation? Contracts to require post handover measurement of performance including energy, carbon and water. Design appointments to require new outputs.
Total Project Cost Design and Construction Direct Costs Other Direct Costs Incentives Incentive Elements: 1 - On Budget 2 – Energy, carbon and water objectives 3 - On time 4 - Required Quality