Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

3D-4D-5D BIM & Project Delivery

Similar presentations

Presentation on theme: "3D-4D-5D BIM & Project Delivery"— Presentation transcript:

1 3D-4D-5D BIM & Project Delivery
Presenter: Peter Cholakis Chief Marketing Officer 4Clicks Solutions, LLC Webcast| March , 2011 2011 Copyright 4Clicks Solutions, LLC

2 Change on the AEC horizon …
Change on the AEC horizon …. PROCESS Drives Efficient Construction Delivery … Everything starts with you…. Your situation … Your needs …. Your resources … and Your PROCESS. The lack of robust PROCESSES has been endemic to and a virtually unique aspect of, the AEC community.

3 Key Drivers for Change Altered World Economic Landscape
AEC Productivity has DELINED over the past 40 years ! Global Climate Change Buildings are a major contributor! Two key factors will push fundamental change within the AEC community… The altered “flat world economy” & The need to address global climate change…

4 Key domains central to the discussion of AEC process change within the scope of this discussion include: Construction Project Delivery Methods for NEW and EXISTING buildings Sustainability and the concept of High Performance Buildings Higher level FM Processes – LEAN, TCO / Total Cost of Ownership / Life-cycle Management Standards (data formats, taxonomies, interoperability, metrics vs. benchmarks)

5 BIM Strategy BIMF, or BIM for FM is used to describe an integrated approach to facility management and BIM… also referred to a “big BIM”, with the FOCUS upon the “I”, INFORMATION aspect and sharing information from formerly disparate FM silos. Our FOCUS is upon Construction Delivery Methods, arguably the single most important area to achieve dramatic improvements in productivity. Also, with out addressing improved construction delivery, the attainment of Sustainability goals is questionable at best. The integration of IPD and JOC/Job order contracting with BIM represents a key opportunity.

6 “Traditional” Project Delivery vs. IPD
Design-Bid-Build (DBB) Design-Build (DB) CM-at-Risk (CMAR) Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) Job Order Contracting (JOC) UNPRODUCTIVE COLLABORATIVE EFFICIENT ANTAGONISTIC RELATIONSHIPS LAWSUITS

7 “Traditional” Project Delivery vs. IPD

8 “Traditional” Project Delivery vs. IPD

9 Benefits of IPD for Existing Buildings - JOC / SABER
Job Order Contracting* proven, process-driven, Integrated Project Delivery methods for facility repair, renovation, & minor new construction. Collaboration Shorter Project Timelines Transparency Higher Productivity Quality Longer Term Relationships Job order contracting, known and implemented as SABER in the Air Force, is a form of IPD, or integrated project delivery developed over twenty years ago within the DOD sector. It has only recently begun to be rapidly adopted and deployed in other sectors, including non-DOD federal government, state/county/&local governments, higher educations and large k-12 school districts, hospitals and clinics, as well as airports and transportation authorities. * JOC is also knows as SABER in the Air Force –Initially developed within the DOD, this form of IPD for existing buildings has a successful track record encompassing more than two (2) decades.

10 JOC / SABER = Shorter Timelines!
This is an example of productivity improvements afforded by JOC. What typically took years can accomplish in months or weeks.

11 Technology Enabled JOC
Integration of Proven Construction Delivery Methods / Project Management Standardized Cost Data Architectures / Taxonomies (i.e. RSMeansTM – 400,000 line items) Comprehensive Document Management Electronic Visualization / QTO (i.e. eTakeoffTM) Technology plays a key role in supporting processes relative to faster implementation/deployment, and consistent/scalable use.

12 Manage Multiple Project Types
Integration of Proven Construction Delivery Methods

13 Integrated, Standardized Cost Data
Example – RSMeansTM - 400,000 line item extension

14 Electronic Visualization
Example - eTakeoffTM Electronic Visualization / QTO!

15 How OWNERS Use JOC & Technology
Track & Manage each project from inception to completion. Manage a single project, your entire contract, or multiple contracts. All project milestones, thru warranty period. Display status of each project. Maintain a complete cost history Record all estimates associated with a project. Review value of all projects awarded on a specific contract, or to a specific contractor. Reports show pre-negotiation strategies and post-negotiation summaries. Programming Estimate Estimates from Each Design Stage Final Detailed Cost Estimate Initial Contractor Proposals Technically Evaluated Proposals Final Revised Contractor Proposals Modifications & Changes Orders

16 PROJECTS – Share Quick Access with Teams
Highlight Browse Document and Manage Projects Link Estimates to Specifications Project Reporting Tools From Planning thru Warranty! 16

17 ESTIMATES – Create Detailed Estimates
Paperless estimating — direct access to pricing guides, references, drawings, and more. Copy and paste estimates or estimate line items. Create and maintain multiple estimates in a project, or across multiple projects/contracts/years coefficients. Update estimates in seconds to reflect pricing guide changes. Status 17

Display complete descriptions of line items: crew, output, material, labor, & equipment costs. View source data at a glance Sort and filter estimates Include unlimited detailed notes and engineering calculations at the line item level. 18

19 THE COST DATABASE – Extended 400,000 line items

20 COMPLETE City Cost Index
CCI field allows selection of the year and quarter. CCI values for each of division and subdivisions by RSMeans. 20

21 ELECTRONIC TECHNICAL EVALUATIONS – Compare, Evaluate, Negotiate, Award
Streamlined/Automated Technical Evaluation process. Focus technical evaluations on areas of difference. Changes are easily summarized in estimate report for both contracting officials and the contractor - creating a pre-negotiation strategy. Multiple contractor proposals can be compared side-by-side. The traditional process of contractor submitting estimates on paper is inefficient on several fronts. Evaluators then usually grab a red pen and start circling, crossing-out, and writing notes throughout the proposal. Then they open up a document and start typing line item numbers, description, and technical evaluation notes which are sent to contracting officials, The contractor is subsequently brought to the negotiating table. This process is streamlined with technology. Contractor’s proposals are electronically imported, and then compare this side-by-side to an internal independent estimate. This focuses our technical evaluations on those areas of difference. Creating a copy of the contractor’s proposal and tracking changes made create an electronic technical evaluation. Changes are easily summarized in an estimate report for both contracting officials and the contractor. This creates the pre-negotiation strategy. Multiple contractor proposals can be compared side-by-side. This process can reduce and sometimes even eliminate negotiations. Contractor’s can also create a revised estimate, tracking all of changes made from their original proposal. This creates the post-negotiation memorandum and a record for contract files. 21

22 Construction Specifications – Integrate your contract specifications

23 REPORTS – Print, PDF, Export to Forms

24 eTakeoffTM – Electronic Visualization / QTO
Trace electronic drawings to determine quantities. Increase estimating efficiency and accuracy. Takeoff directly from the screen using digital plans - DWG, PDF, TIFF … Dynamically linked to your RSMeans or IDIQ estimate data.

25 Who Uses JOC/SABER, IDIQ ….
70%+ of the United States Air Force 12th AF, Andrews AFB, Arnold AFB, Avon Park, Bolling AFB, Buckley AFB, Cannon AFB, Charleston AFB, Cheyenne Mountain AFS, Columbus AFB, Davis Monthan AFB, Dobbins ARB, Dyess AFB, Eglin AFB, Elmendorf AFB, Fairchild AFB, Grand Forks AFB, Hickam AFB, Hill AFB, Holloman AFB, Hurlburt Field, Lackland AFB, Lajes Field, Langley AFB, Laughlin AFB, Little Rock AFB, Los Angeles AFB, Luke AFB, March ARB, McConnell AFB, Moody AFB, Nellis AFB, New Boston AFS, Offutt AFB, Peterson AFB, Pittsburgh ARS, Randolph AFB, Robins AFB, Schriever AFB, Seymour Johnson AFB, Shaw AFB, Scott AFB, Travis AFB, Tyndall AFB, USAFA, Westover ARB, Whiteman AFB, Wright Patterson AFB, Youngstown ARS Numerous Army, Navy, and other Government Agencies Anniston Army Depot, Fort Benning, Fort Carson, Fort Hood, Fort Huachuca, Fort Hunter Liggett, Fort Leonard Wood, Fort Irwin, Fort Jackson, Fort Polk, Fort Sill, McAlester Army Depot, USACE Albuquerque District and USACE Fort Worth District, Charleston NWS, NSA Panama City, Defense Intelligence Agency, NASA, National Park Service, Army Corps of Engineers Thousands of Contractors, Subcontractors, A/Es Higher Education, County/State/Local Government, Healthcare …

26 “Standards” MasterFormat2010, Uniformat II – Reference Cost Databases (aka RSMeans) COBIE, OMNICLASS IFC Metrics: FCI, SCI, Cost/GSF, Cost/NSF, Utilization Rates, …. Technology plays a key role in supporting processes relative to faster implementation/deployment, and consistent/scalable use.

27 Comprehensive Solution
QUESTIONS? Contact Information:

Download ppt "3D-4D-5D BIM & Project Delivery"

Similar presentations

Ads by Google