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1 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Implementing the National BIM Standard and Building Upon It Deke Smith, FAIA Executive Director buildingSMART Alliance

2 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Agenda BIM Standards Scope National BIM Standard Concept National BIM Standard - United States™ –Version 1 Content –Version 2 Content Developing Ballots Process - Rules of Governance Interoperability Future Scope –Version 3 Content

3 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences National Institute of Building Sciences Public Law , Sect. 809 Bridge between Private and Public Construction Non-governmental – Unique 501c3 Organization Unique in that it represents all disciplines in industry Board includes - Architects, Engineers, Contractors, Insurers, Unions, Manufacturers, Legal, Housing, Vendors, Owners, Consumers, State & Federal Government, Codes & Standards, and Testing An Authoritative Source of Innovative Solutions for the Built Environment

4 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences BIM Standards Scope

5 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences CAD Automating an Existing Process Affected Only Design BIM Information For Facility & Infrastructure New Business Processes

6 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences BIM Supporting the Life-Cycle Plan Design Model Analyze Simulate Procure Assemble Schedule Commission Operate Monitor Maintain Plan DesignDesign Model Analyze Simulate ProcureProcure AssembleAssemble Schedule Commission OperateOperate Monitor Maintain

7 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Building Trust 1.Metadata –Who entered – Authoritative Source? –When entered? –Level of quality? 2.Information Assurance –Did any one change the data? –Data must be locked, or versioned.

8 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences NBIMS Concept

9 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences buildingSMART alliance Strategic Plan Build Alliance –Need all stakeholders involved Build Architecture –Relationships in IT format Development Projects –Working toward developing building ballots National Standards –NCS © & NBIMS-US™ Education (Future) Certification and Accreditation (Future)

10 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Conceive Plan Design Build Operate Renovate Dispose Lifecycle Phases © AEdgar 2006 Information Exchanges Information Backbone Project Team Vendor Building The Standard

11 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Coordinating Tasks Bring organizations together into Alliance Provide the high level roadmap and guidance Develop central dictionary Develop data model and information exchanges Provide workspace to develop use cases Provide consensus process to agree on standards and best business practices

12 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Business Enterprise Architecture Assign Human Resources Manage Human Resources Entitlement Pay Manage Travel Conduct Program Management Conduct Periodic and Ad hoc Reporting Perform Funds Allocation, Control, Collection, and Disbursement DoD Fund Balance Manage Financial Assets and Liabilities Manage Sales and Procurement Execute Sourcing Strategy Asset Record Acquisition Decision Memorandum Contract or Order Information Program Information Deliver Property and Forces Manage General Ledger Manage Defense Acquisition System Perform Asset Accountability

13 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Process Rules of Governance

14 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences NBIMS-US Rules of Governance

15 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences NBIMS-US™ V1

16 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences BIM Definition A Building Information Model (BIM) is a digital representation of physical and functional characteristics of a facility. As such it serves as a shared knowledge resource for information about a facility forming a reliable basis for decisions during its life-cycle from inception onward. United States National BIM Standard V1, P1 Jan 2008

17 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Capability Maturity Model Data Richness Life Cycle Views Roles or Disciplines Business Process Change Management Timeliness / Response Delivery Method Graphical Information Spatial Capability Information Accuracy Interoperability Complete model % Phases % Players Defined processes Implemented RFI Response time Web or Cloud? 3D? Tied to geospatial? Information Assurance? IFC based?

18 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Scope of Real Property Industry IAI-IFC Usage Space Natural Asset Linear Structure Structure Building Facility / Built World Sub-Systems System Level Site Real Property Asset Country State / Province County Region Node Segment Room Space System Level Sub-Systems Room Water / Sea Land / Parcel Underground Air / Space Overlay Components City

19 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Defining Process Open Standards

20 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences NBIMS-US™ V2

21 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Delivery Approach Web based Links to other documents Customizable for stakeholder or individual Will require login to store framework Incorporating an ISO style guide Factoid: NBIMS V1P1 has had 450,000 downloads in 2011 – through August.

22 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences NBIMS-US™ V2 Scope Part A – Introduction and Commentary –Introduction –Roadmap to Using Version 2 by Stakeholder –National BIM Standard – United States™ –Acknowledgement –References –Glossary –Appendices Part B – Practice Guidelines Part C – Information Exchanges Part D – Reference Standards

23 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Sep Presentation of Ballots Oct 3 – Voting Begins Oct 30 – Vote complete Nov – Dec publishing version 2 Nov - Version 3 process begins

24 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences NBIMS-US™ - V1 Carryover

25 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences NBIMS-US™ - New Content

26 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences NBIMS-US™ - New Content

27 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences NBIMS-US™ - New Content

28 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences CSI/CSC - OmniClass Table 11 - Construction Entities by Function Table 12 - Construction Entities by Form Table 13 - Spaces by Function Table 14 - Spaces by Form Table 21 - Elements “UNIFORMAT” Table 22 - Work Results “MasterFormat” Table 23 - Products Table 31 - Phases Table 32 - Services Table 33 - Disciplines Table 34 - Organizational Roles Table 35 - Tools Table 36 - Information Table 41 - Materials Table 49 - Properties

29 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences COBie Construction Operations Building Information Exchange Conception & Definition Phases Identify items from the specifications that will require warranty information Procurement & Execution Phases Collect information as items are ordered and delivered such as who is warranting, when the warranty starts, how long is the warranty period, what preventive maintenance is required to keep the warranty in force Utilization & Closure Phases Read the information collected directly into your CMMS software to ensure that the warranties are supported COBIE will demonstrate the flow of information through the phases of a facility something that is not yet happening yet Is critical to realize the total potential ROI

30 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Life Cycle Information Exchange (LCie)

31 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences WBDG - Product Guide (SPie)

32 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences WBDG - Product Guide (SPie)

33 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences SPie and GE

34 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences MEP Coordination Requirements Photo courtesy of Dennis R. Shelden, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer, Gehry Technologies. The picture is of the Ceiling Integration Disney Conference Hall, designed by Frank Gehry. Any trade that does not want to be included in the model goes last after all else is complete. AGC Policy - David Morris of Emcor

35 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Fall JBIM Cover story on MOA Issue dedicated to NBIMS-US™ Version 2 Summary of Ballots OmniClass BIMXML

36 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Memorandum of Agreements Open BIM Standards Business Processes Data accessibility Build Facilities Virtually Seats on Board of Direction David Morris Adam Davis Matt Cramer

37 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Developing Ballots

38 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences NBIMS-US™ - Blue Sky

39 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Denmark ™

40 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences NBIMS-US™ V3

41 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Open BIM Standard Scope

42 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Open to Add Additional Content Data Reference Model Model Server Standards Information Exchanges Reference Standards

43 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Your Action List  Join buildingSMART alliance Be recognized as a leader  Consider Becoming a Sponsor – Be recognized as a leader   Sign up for NBIMS Project Committee to vote!  Sign up for JBIM - it’s free  Suggested Reading  Building Information Modeling: A Strategic Implementation Guide – Smith & Tardif  BIM Handbook – Eastman, Teicholtz, Sacks & Liston 

44 © 2011 National Institute of Building Sciences Thank You For additional information please contact: Deke Smith Birgitta Foster Executive Director Assisting Director


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