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Civil Integrated Management 3, 4, 5, xD Modeling in Highway Design & Construction.

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1 Civil Integrated Management 3, 4, 5, xD Modeling in Highway Design & Construction

2 About Parsons Brinckerhoff Founded in 1885 by General William Barclay Parsons Approx. 14,000 Staff in 150 Offices Worldwide Active in All Major Infrastructure Markets Transportation is Key Area of Expertise Services Across the Life Cycle of a Project Key Company under Balfour Beatty

3 About Rachel Arulraj Dr. Rachel K. Arulraj, Asst. Vice President at Parsons Brinckerhoff (PB) Active in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Building Information Modeling (BIM) Industries Manages a multi-million dollar BIM project for a $16B Construction Oversees IT & BIM for design projects Doctorate in Geographic Information Systems with focus on AEC industry. Participates in AEC Industry Advisory Boards, Professional Association Boards, Transportation Research Board committees, etc. Won industry awards for the projects she manages Is an award-winning speaker at international conferences. Also a Certified Project Manager and Principal Professional Associate for Information Technology at PB.

4 Objectives of Presentation Show how CIM is the collection, organization and managed accessibility to accurate data and information related to a highway facility Introduce basic principles of CIM Briefly touch upon tools and technologies Provide project examples where 3D, 4D, 5D has worked in design and construction projects

5 CIM For Transportation Civil Integrated Modeling = CIM CIM benefits with 3D Data (Instead of 2D) The transportation industry requires more 4D & 5D than most other industries using CIM CIM needs computing investments 3D is for representing graphic civil objects in an infrastructure, 4D for time and 5D for cost

6 Technology Adoption Life-cycle Adapted From: Geoffery Moore (1991) Innovators (Techies) Early Adopters (Visionaries) Early Majority (Pragmatists) Late Majority (Conservatives) Laggards (Skeptics) The Chasm GPS in 2012 CIM in 2012

7 CIM Data Management Systems Mapping Presentation Portals Information Technology, Web, Database Management Systems, Project Controls, Schedulers Estimators Geospatial Technologies (CAD, GIS, GPS Laser Scanning) Visual Graphics, Presentation Material, CAVE Integration of Technologies

8 Laser Scanning Technology for CIM

9 4D Technologies for CIM C2A Alternative Steel Gas Main C1 Water and Sewer in East Side Walk C1 Steel Conduit C1 North Cut-Off Wall 7-0 10-0

10 CAVE Technology for CIM C omputer A nalysis and V isualization E nvironment

11 Design, Construction and Beyond Traditional Tools 2D drawings Design - Weekly Meetings Issue 2D Drawings for Construction Design Reviews at 30%, 60%, 90% Integrate into Facility Management 3D drawings Develop 3D model Design Drawings Extracted Multi-discipline coordination Use Model for O&M xD Future Tools Tie Construction Schedules Review Construction Sequencing QC As-builts CIM in 3D, 4D, 5D, xD Cost Planning & Estimating

12 Benefits of CIM in 3D, 4D & 5D Minimize Risk Minimize Cost Enhance Value and Quality of Design Automate Data Management Avoid rework and delays Better design & construction procurement Improve project scheduling and planning Enhance project coordination Communicate See before investing

13 CIM for Infrastructure Life Cycle Conceptual Design – 3D Preliminary Engineering – 3D Detailed Design – 3D, 4D, 5D Construction Phase – 3D, 4D, 5D Program Cost Management – 5D Operations & Maintenance – xD Supply Chain Management – xD

14 CIM @ Conceptual Phase


16 CIM @ Design Phase Support a Referendum

17 CIM @ Design Phase Communicate Design to Stakeholders

18 Cost Management – Final Design

19 5D Cost Estimates from BIM

20 CIM @ Construction

21 Operations & Maintenance



24 Supply Chain Management

25 Risk Management

26 Enhancing Stakeholder Experience Better Communication Faster Approvals Enhanced Experience For the future of the built environment

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