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1 The Challenge and Change: Technology in Construction Presenter: Jon Honour – Duncan-Parnell

2 - World leader in 3D design, engineering and entertainment software - Unmatched portfolio of solutions - Global business network

3 BIM Deployment Plan: Use Available Resources AGC’s Contractors Guide Autodesk BIM Implementation document Building Technology Group/Charlotte Revit Users Group

4 BIM: Why its worth the Challenge and Change BIM Owners Builders & Fabricators MEP Systems Engineers Structural Engineers Architects Civil Engineers

5 Owner Mandates: Carolinas HealthCare System Texas Facilities Commission

6 Benefits to Owners Facility Management Project Documentation and Development As- Built Record documentation Asset Management Better documentation for future renovation projects Produces better end product for their customers “We own and operate our buildings for 50 years or more—and approximately 90 percent of the costs occur after construction. We need to make smarter decisions with those assets—and to have access to real-time information about them. BIM is how we access and maintain that information.” —Peter Strazdas Associate Vice President, Facilities Management Western Michigan University

7 Construction wrapping up at new plant in Charleston, SC General Contractors and Subs utilizing BIM specifically Autodesk’s Navisworks Manage, Revit and Trimble LM80 “ We had substantial cost and time savings because of our coordination, BIM workflow. It’s always hard to quantify what didn’t happen but, I know we had a large percentage reduction in coordination related change orders and have met all of our fast-track schedule goals” Erick Hutson – Turner Construction BIM project coordinator

8 3D model aggregation, analysis and visualization tool

9 Navisworks – clash detection report

10 Layout Solution: Enables contractors to utilize the BIM model for single person construction layout and as-built collection to update model. Trimble Data Collector with LM80 Trimble Robotic Total Station Prism Pole with Data Collector and Radio

11 Where is the BIM talent coming from??

12 East Carolina University ECU Construction Management Majors course technological requirements: CMGT 2800 SketchUp, AutoCAD 2011, Revit Architecture 2011 CMGT 3662/63 Mech/Elec: AutoCAD 2011, Revit MEP CMGT 4660 Estimating Excel, Timberline CMGT 4662 Scheduling Microsoft Project, Primavera CMGT 4664 Capstone Excel, Timberline, Microsoft Project, Primavera, AutoCAD 2011, Revit Architecture 2011 It is our plan to incorporate in the future Revit Architecture throughout Estimating, Scheduling, and the Capstone class. David Batie, PhD, NCARB, RA Associate Professor / ECU Scholar- Teacher Undergraduate Program Director Department of Construction Management

13 Undergraduate curriculum: 1. Undergraduate CEM students are required to take a Graphics Elective. The majority now select TDE 220, a course in AutoCAD (as do the CE majors). 2. In our Construction Planning, Scheduling and Estimating course (CE 463), we use a. Primavera (P6) as part of our scheduling content, and b. On-Screen Take-off and Timberline as part of our estimating content (the Timberline coverage is not nearly as extensive as P6 coverage). P6 is required in the Senior Capstone course (CE 469) in CEM. We are not nearly as happy with P6 as we were many years ago with P3, but still feel compelled to teach it as the industry standard. 3. In our Construction Equipment course (CE 465), we review GPS control and various Trimble products for quantity take-off, site design, and site layout software, especially Site Vision. This is largely introductory in nature, however. We do not teach the hands-on parts, leaving that for practice (as- needed). We offer only a very brief introduction to BIM (in CE 469) at the undergraduate level. This introduction is primarily a terminology and concept lecture with comments on perspectives and expectations of the various stakeholders in the process so as to understand the driving forces behind implementation and acceptance. We emphasize the opportunity to catch design errors and integration problems by a variety of designers during initial planning rather than during construction (with the significant cost reductions that occur as a result), and the relative costs and benefits to the various stakeholders, to hopefully provide better insight into who's a fan and who is merely a (forced) participant. North Carolina State University Michael Leming, PhD Associate Professor and Coordinator of Advising Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering

14 CSM 100 (Introduction to Construction) Google SketchUp used to develop basic 3D models “In Jr and Sr level courses Revit and Navisworks are used to some degree with Continuing education courses currently offered in Revit with Navisworks coming in the fall.” Roger Liska, Chair and Professor for Clemson Unv. Construction Science and Management department Clemson University

15 Course offering for Engineering Design Graphics Associate Degree: Gary Crafts, Department Head Design and Construction Trident Technical College Charleston, SC - Autodesk Revit Architecture 2012 - AutoCAD Civil 3D 2012 - AutoCAD Map 3D

16 Technology taught: -AutoCAD 2D and 3D -Revit -3ds Max Design -MicroStation -SketchUp -3DVis “We are in the process of developing a diploma program in BIM and plan to add this to our program offerings by end of upcoming academic year. “ Mick Campbell Chair, Architecture, Technology and Interior Design Programs

17 Cont. Air Conditioning Heating and Refrigeration program: Tracer Summit Controls-Computer control system that operates large-scale HVAC multizone equipment SimuAir HVAC simulation program “Refrigeration Basics”-HVAC software simulator Geothermal trainer Solar hot water trainer Construction Management program: BIM/3D Revit Primivera-Suretrack Thermography technology Laser technology Electrical/Electronics: Facet Training System Suitelink Training system Automation Studio PLC Application System Energy Conservation Transmission Solar and wind trainers Steve Corriher Division Director Crowder Construction Technology CPCC Harper Campus

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