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1 AMCA Consultant Process

2 2 What do you do?  IPD? (Integrated Project Delivery)   Contractors not engaged early enough(typical)  Client not fully BIM aware?  Software (interoperability / data exchange)  Training (do staff require further training?)  All of the above?

3 3 How does it all start  Client - concept  Architect provides visual images etc.  Structural involvement (can we build it?)  PDF‘s, hand sketches / Google sketch up etc..  No 2D or 3D cad  Oh...and lots of “MEETINGS”

4 4 Consultant design period Arch Struc Others Begin design Begin design Spatial planning Spatial planning Add detail Add detail Coordination Issue information Issue information Issue 3D model Drawings Schedules Issue 3D model Drawings Schedules Firm up detail Plant Sizes detail Firm up detail Plant Sizes detail Simple Routes Placeholders PDF's Simple Routes Placeholders PDF's All plant Ductwork Pipework Electrical All plant Ductwork Pipework Electrical Coordinate Does it fit? Liaise with arch and structure Coordinate Does it fit? Liaise with arch and structure Revit / Navis works Concept

5 5 Step 1  Concept  Client and design team discuss concept.  Produce hand sketches, PDF's  Cad not engaged.  Agree services zoning strategy?

6 6 Sample

7 7 Sample Step 1

8 8 Zoning

9 9 Consultant design period Arch Struc Others Begin design Begin design Spatial planning Spatial planning Add detail Add detail Coordination Issue information Issue information Issue 3D model Drawings Schedules Issue 3D model Drawings Schedules Firm up detail Plant Sizes detail Firm up detail Plant Sizes detail Simple Routes Placeholders PDF's Simple Routes Placeholders PDF's All plant Ductwork Pipework Electrical All plant Ductwork Pipework Electrical Coordinate Does it fit? Liaise with arch and structure Coordinate Does it fit? Liaise with arch and structure Revit / Navis works Concept

10 10 Step 2  Begin design.  Design begins to evolve from step 1 meetings.  Simple shapes to represent plant items.  Cad may be engaged?  Lots of options.

11 11 Sample step 2

12 12 Sample step 2

13 13 Sample step 2

14 14 Consultant design period Arch Struc Others Begin design Begin design Spatial planning Spatial planning Add detail Add detail Coordination Issue information Issue information Issue 3D model Drawings Schedules Issue 3D model Drawings Schedules Firm up detail Plant Sizes detail Firm up detail Plant Sizes detail Simple Routes Placeholders PDF's Simple Routes Placeholders PDF's All plant Ductwork Pipework Electrical All plant Ductwork Pipework Electrical Coordinate Does it fit? Liaise with arch and structure Coordinate Does it fit? Liaise with arch and structure Revit / Navis works Concept

15 15 Step 3  Spatial planning.  Design evolves from step 2 meetings.  Service routes / strategy are agreed.  Cad and engineers collaborate.

16 16 Sample step 3

17 17 Sample step 3

18 18 Consultant design period Arch Struc Others Begin design Begin design Spatial planning Spatial planning Add detail Add detail Coordination Issue information Issue information Issue 3D model Drawings Schedules Issue 3D model Drawings Schedules Firm up detail Plant Sizes detail Firm up detail Plant Sizes detail Simple Routes Placeholders PDF's Simple Routes Placeholders PDF's All plant Ductwork Pipework Electrical All plant Ductwork Pipework Electrical Coordinate Does it fit? Liaise with arch and structure Coordinate Does it fit? Liaise with arch and structure Revit / Navis works Concept

19 19 Step 4  Add detail.  Model all services – duct/pipe/Elec systems.  Plant items are now more accurately sized.  Use AMCA approved content / families.  Appropriate time to use AMCA content?  Generic content.

20 20 Sample step 4

21 21 Consultant design period Arch Struc Others Begin design Begin design Spatial planning Spatial planning Add detail Add detail Coordination Issue information Issue information Issue 3D model Drawings Schedules Issue 3D model Drawings Schedules Firm up detail Plant Sizes detail Firm up detail Plant Sizes detail Simple Routes Placeholders PDF's Simple Routes Placeholders PDF's All plant Ductwork Pipework Electrical All plant Ductwork Pipework Electrical Coordinate Does it fit? Liaise with arch and structure Coordinate Does it fit? Liaise with arch and structure Revit / Navis works Concept

22 22 Step 5  Coordination.  Accurate coordination between services / structure and architecture.  Information is passed between all members of the design team in 3D format.  Plant items have property fields which may be empty and ready for population by contractors.

23 23 Structural

24 24 Sample step 5

25 25 Typical Revit MEP model

26 26 Typical CadDuct model

27 27 Consultant design period Arch Struc Others Begin design Begin design Spatial planning Spatial planning Add detail Add detail Coordination Issue information Issue information Issue 3D model Drawings Schedules Issue 3D model Drawings Schedules Firm up detail Plant Sizes detail Firm up detail Plant Sizes detail Simple Routes Placeholders PDF's Simple Routes Placeholders PDF's All plant Ductwork Pipework Electrical All plant Ductwork Pipework Electrical Coordinate Does it fit? Liaise with arch and structure Coordinate Does it fit? Liaise with arch and structure Revit / Navis works Concept

28 28 Step 6  Issue Information.  Hand over to contractor – DWG – RVT – PDF – Schedules etc (everything contained within Revit).  Over to Albert Watson who can describe this phase.  Contractor coordinate in Revit / CadDuct?  Fabrication.  Installation.

29 29 Typical mechanical schematic

30 30 Typical mechanical layout

31 31 Typical mechanical floor layout

32 32 Typical CadDuct model

33 33 Typical CadDuct model

34 34 Summary AMCA agreed objects / families need to be:-  Generic, parametric, robust / well built.  If families are too complex may not be used.  Use of common AMCA families will help transition from consultant to contractor workflow.  We (construction industry) must stop re drawing information and improve work flow.  Cradle to grave solution?


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