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1 Building Smarter Models James Vandezande, AIA

2 About the Presenter 17 years in architecture and technology Autodesk University presenter Founder of NYC Revit Users Group Lecturing Professor at NYU Author of Mastering Revit Architecture and Revit Architecture Essentials Chair of NBIMS Design Workgroup

3 Egregious Product Placement

4 Learning Objectives Develop an understanding of open BIM standards Learn how to develop high-quality models suitable for sharing with others Establish a measurable approach to implementing BIM workflows #Tweckle e

5 Why Smarter Models? ?

6 Avoiding “BIM Wash” RTC Australia 2011

7 Avoiding “BIM Wash” RTC Australia 2011

8 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Standards vs. Requirements Good, Bad & Ugly Owner Requirements “If there is no campus standard and guideline in use, comply with the recommendations and guidelines of the United States National CAD Standard and the National BIM Standards, as currently amended.” a.Physical data b.Material characteristics c.Scheduled equipment product data as amended by installed product data d.Construction specifications “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” United Artists, 1966

9 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Standards vs. Requirements Good, Bad & Ugly Owner Requirements Indiana University Dept. of Veterans Affairs NATSPEC (Australia) Coordination Program Validation Equipment Validation Energy Analysis Facility Management “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” United Artists, 1966

10 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Standards vs. Requirements What's up with NBIMS? Focused on interoperability Defining the 'finish line' – What about the beginning?

11 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Standards vs. Requirements IFC and COBie

12 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Standards vs. Requirements IFC and COBie Early Design StageConstruction Documents

13 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Standards vs. Requirements IFC and COBie Product InstallationCommissioning

14 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Standards vs. Requirements Project Planning (BEP, PxP…)

15 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Model Development Level of Development (LOD)

16 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Visual cues about state of development Paper vs. BIM

17 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Paper vs. BIM Precision

18 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Paper vs. BIM Deliverables

19 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Response? The Disclaimer This model looks great so you can look at it but you can’t use it for anything or rely on it for anything which includes, but is not limited to, everything. If you use it for anything anyway then you have to pay my lawyers anything they want if I get sued for anything related to your use of the model for anything. Have a nice day.

20 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Response? Disclaimer approach: Some of it’s not reliable so don’t rely on any of it. Specified-Use Approach: Some of it’s not reliable so only rely on what I say you can

21 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S LOD Definitions 100Estimate it. 200Specify it. 300Buy it. 400Build/Install it. 500Operate it. DETAIL = Input* DEVELOPMENT = Reliability * Usually more Input than Reliability

22 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Use of LOD's No correspondence with design phase No such thing as an “LOD ### model”

23 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Use of LOD's Use LODs with a model disclaimer? Authorized Uses? (in AIA E202) – Within Integrated Project Delivery – Traditional delivery methods

24 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S LOD Catalog: Current Examples

25 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S LOD Catalog: Current Examples

26 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S LOD Catalog: Current Examples

27 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S LOD Catalog: Current Examples LOD200 LOD300

28 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Model Development Delivering it – Quality Assurance!!! Authorized Uses Transfer and Use Protocol

29 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Measured Implementation BIM Certified program How do you measure success? Back to NBIMS…standardizing BIM uses

30 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Design Authoring Model organization Element authorship Quality control

31 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Programming (Validation)

32 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Programming (Validation) Defined parameters, database procedures QC = Program compliance reporting

33 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S 3D Coordination Procedures Clash Tests Tolerances QC = Resolved clashes to planned tolerances

34 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Energy Analysis (Conceptual) Climate & Site Massing & Orientation Daylighting Enclosure Optimization

35 MEASURED APPROACH MODEL DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS & REQ’S Conclusion Planning versus plans Don’t just “do BIM” Measure successful objectives Get involved with open standards Plans are worthless. Planning is essential. - Dwight D. Eisenhower

36 Questions? James


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