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2 CLIENT GROUP Owner:End-Users/Tenants: Senate PropertiesHelsinki University of Technology PROJECT TEAM Architect: Arkkitehtitoimisto A-Konsultit Oy Structural Engineer: Insinooritoimisto Magnus Malmberg Oy Building Services (MEP) Consultants & Designers: Insinooritoimisto Olof Granlund Oy Construction Manager & General Contractor: YIT Concept Projektinjohtopalvelut Oy RESEARCH PARTNERS Research Financing Agency: TEKES (National Technology Agency in Finland) Research Collaborator: CIFE (Center for Integrated Facility Engineering), Stanford University

3 Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001 CONSTRUCTION Extension to Alvar Aaltos main building in Helsinki University of Technology (HUT)Extension to Alvar Aaltos main building in Helsinki University of Technology (HUT) Consists of a 600-seat auditorium, technical facility, foyer, handicap accessibility and utility improvementsConsists of a 600-seat auditorium, technical facility, foyer, handicap accessibility and utility improvements Tight design and construction scheduleTight design and construction schedule –15 months from programming, through design, construction, to completion Fast-track constructionFast-track construction

4 Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001 RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT Support client and project team in early project decision-makingSupport client and project team in early project decision-making Testing of:Testing of: –product model approach in building services simulation, cost estimations, and construction planning –IFC product model exchanges –project extranet (databank) –visualization tools (QT, photorealistic rendering, VR-EVE) –4D approach Demonstrate benefits and challengesDemonstrate benefits and challenges Share recommendationsShare recommendations Prioritize agenda for further R&DPrioritize agenda for further R&D Disseminate findings and resultsDisseminate findings and results

5 Leveraging life-cycle value during early project phaseLeveraging life-cycle value during early project phase Time High Low Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001 Cost of Decision Decision Impact

6 Cost of Decision Leveraging life-cycle value during early project phaseLeveraging life-cycle value during early project phase Decision Impact Time High Low Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001

7 Spatial Visualization End-UsersOwnerArchitectMEP DesignersConsultantsContractors Benefits From: Quicktime VR 3D Rendering Geometry Space Materials 3D Geometry ArchiCAD Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001 Architectural CAD

8 Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001 ArchiCAD End-UsersOwnerArchitectMEP DesignersConsultantsContractors Benefits From: MagiCAD CFX BS-LCA BS-LCC Lightscape RIUSKA Thermal Simulation Lighting Mechanical Design Computational Fluid Dynamics Environmental Assessment Life-Cycle Cost

9 Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001 ArchiCAD End-UsersOwnerArchitectMEP DesignersConsultantsContractors Benefits From: MagiCAD CFX BS-LCA BS-LCC Lightscape RIUSKA Life Cycle Cost Thermal Performance Environmental Impact HVAC-VRML Internal Design Database Thermal Condition Comfort Requirements Indoor Air Quality Mechanical/Electrical Demands

10 ArchiCAD End-UsersOwnerArchitectMEP DesignersConsultantsContractors Benefits From: MagiCAD CFX BS-LCA BS-LCC Lightscape RIUSKA COVE TARMO PlaNet Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001 Cost Estimate & Value Engr. Cost Estimating Scheduling

11 ArchiCAD End-UsersOwnerArchitectMEP DesignersConsultantsContractors Benefits From: MagiCAD CFX BS-LCA BS-LCC Lightscape RIUSKA COVE TARMO PlaNet Design Spell-Check Cost Estimate Scheduling Internal Database Resources, Cost, Schedule Design Requirements Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001

12 ArchiCAD End-UsersOwnerArchitectMEP DesignersConsultantsContractors Benefits From: MagiCAD CFX BS-LCA BS-LCC Lightscape RIUSKA COVE TARMO PlaNet 4D Software 3D Stereoscopic EVE 4D VR-EVE Photorealistic Visuali- zation Construction Planning Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001 Virtual Reality 3D+Time Visualization

13 ArchiCAD End-UsersOwnerArchitectMEP DesignersConsultantsContractors Benefits From: MagiCAD CFX BS-LCA BS-LCC Lightscape RIUSKA COVE TARMO PlaNet Design Spell-Check Cost Estimate Scheduling 4D VR-EVE Photorealistic Visuali- zation Construction Planning Life Cycle Cost Thermal Performance Environmental Impact HVAC-VRML Spatial Visualization Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001

14 Different software-specific requirements (e.g. geometry) Ownership of shared information, Legal liability Privilege Protection vs. Loss of data intelligence Interdisciplinary Revisioning IFC file size Lack of IFC-write Software & Middleware Bugs Manual bridging between software outputs and inputs Mass-output capability in project databank Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001 CHALLENGES:

15 Different software-specific requirements (e.g. geometry) Ownership of shared information, Legal liability Privilege Protection vs. Loss of data intelligence Interdisciplinary Revisioning IFC file size Lack of IFC-write Software & Middleware Bugs Manual bridging between software outputs and inputs Mass-output capability in project databank ArchiCAD MagiCAD CFX BS-LCA BS-LCC Lightscape RIUSKA COVE 4D Example: Sharing of 3D Geometry Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001 CHALLENGES:

16 ArchiCAD MagiCAD CFX LCC/LCA LightscapeRIUSKA COVE4D Different applications require specific bridges and interpretations of 3D geometry. How should we construct and share a product model? Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001 Reduce 3D polygons with texture map Interior surface continuity Wall breaks at room slab Incorporation of thermal data Boundary continuity and watertight Distinction between material types Geometry break down according to activities Layering and naming comply with database Architectural CAD Cost Estimate & Value Engr.3D+Time Visualization Thermal SimulationLightingMechanical Design Computational Fluid Dynamics Life-Cycle Cost/Environmental Impact

17 Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001 Ongoing IFC development (e.g. IFC 2x in HVAC data) Middleware and Plug-ins (e.g. Granlunds BS-Pro) Ongoing research projects (e.g. GLOBEMAN, e-LEGAL, VOSTER, etc.) Software Development Market Demands Custom mapping program and automation tools by companys internal efforts Sharing of research findings and further international collaboration (academia and industry; intra and inter-disciplinary) Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001 Different software-specific requirements (e.g. geometry) Ownership of shared information, Legal liability Privilege Protection vs. Loss of data intelligence Interdisciplinary Revisioning IFC file size Lack of IFC-write Software & Middleware Bugs Manual bridging between software outputs and inputs Mass-output capability in project databank CHALLENGES:SOLUTIONS:

18 Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001 Conventional Practices Design-Bid-Build where Building Services (MEP) consultants and construction engineers join the project after substantial design is in place Project Organization Information SharingDecision SupportProject Collaboration HUT-600 Pilot Project Olof Granlund Oy (building services designers + consultants) and YIT (construction manager + general contractor) have been on board since day 1 BENEFITS Early exchanges of expertise Early exchanges of expertise Interdisciplinary collaboration Interdisciplinary collaboration Awareness of domino effects Awareness of domino effects

19 Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001 Conventional Practices Means:mail, faxes, Data types:2D information Data standard:non-interoperable Project Organization Information Sharing Decision SupportProject Collaboration HUT-600 Pilot Project Means:project databank Data types:product model Data standard:IFC-interoperable BENEFITS Less information re-entry Less information re-entry Better risk management Better risk management Higher reliability Higher reliability More time to conduct more valuable work e.g. alternatives, analyses More time to conduct more valuable work e.g. alternatives, analyses

20 Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001 Conventional Practices Minimal use of visualization, simulation, or alternative proposals due to lack of time, tools, and data. Project OrganizationInformation Sharing Decision Support Project Collaboration HUT-600 Pilot Project An array of tools and software supports decision among 3 design and 2 building system alternatives all performed within a tight design schedule. BENEFITS Owners, tenants, and end-users are better presented with more simulation analyses and alternatives Owners, tenants, and end-users are better presented with more simulation analyses and alternatives Focuses on performance, life-cycle cost, environmental impacts, etc. Focuses on performance, life-cycle cost, environmental impacts, etc.

21 Prepared by Calvin Kam © 2001 Conventional Practices Project team may spend crucial time describing project issues during meetings and work independently afterwards. Project OrganizationInformation SharingDecision Support Project Collaboration HUT-600 Pilot Project Project team can all focus on issues with real-time product model and come up with interdisciplinary solutions right in the meetings. BENEFITS Ensures all participants are on the same page Ensures all participants are on the same page Improves interdisciplinary coordination Improves interdisciplinary coordination

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