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1 Project Execution Planning for Building Information Modeling (BIM)

2 BIM Project Execution Planning Overview
The Building Information Modeling (BIM) Project Execution Planning Procedure is a structured method consisting of four (4) steps to create a strategy for BIM implementation throughout a building’s lifecycle.

3 BIM Project Execution Planning Procedure
Identify BIM Goals and Uses Use project and team characteristics to determine BIM Goals and Uses for the Project Design BIM Project Execution Process Develop a process specifically tailored to the project which includes tasks supported by BIM showing the information exchanges between processes Define Information Exchange Requirements Define the parties responsible, grouping requirements, and timeframe for each information exchange Develop BIM Project Execution Plan Develop a detailed plan and procedure for each use and the information flow between parties

4 Step 1: Identify BIM Goals and Uses
Goal: Identify the appropriate BIM goals and Uses based on value added objectives (Lean Principles) When: 1st BIM Planning Meeting Responsible Parties: BIM Project Team (Owner, Architect, Engineers, Contractor(s), Facility Manager) Resources: BIM Goal and Use Selection Worksheet helps identify project BIM goals for each project phase BIM Ex Wiki provides information on each BIM Use helpful for the selection process

5 BIM Goal and Use Selection Template
BIM Goals Worksheet Priority (1-5) Goal Description Potential BIM Uses 1 - Very Important Value added objectives 2 Increase Field Productivity Design Reviews, 3D /MEP Coordination 1 Increase effectiveness of Design Design Authoring, Design Reviews 3 Accurate 3D Record Model for FM Team Record Model, 3D Design/MEP Coordination Increase effectiveness of Sustainable Goals Engineering Analysis, LEED Evaluation BIM USE Selection Worksheet Responsible Parties BIM Uses per Phase Desire to Implement (Y/N/Maybe) Lead Team Member Addt'l Team Members Experience Level (1-5) 5=High Process Map Available? Comments Operations Phase Record Model Y Contractor 3 N MEP Subs 2 Responsible for As-Built Model / Info FM 1 Provide input on information required Building System Analysis Building Maintenance Scheduling

6 BIM Uses – Identified through interview process

7 BIM Project Execution Planning Wiki

8 Step 2: Design BIM Project Execution Process
Goals: Create an overview map of the BIM Project Execution Procedure Create Project Process Maps for each BIM Use identified in Step 1 When: 2nd Initial BIM Planning Meeting Responsible Parties: Lead Team Members responsible for creating each Project Process Maps Resources: Template Process Maps of each BIM Use are available for a starting point for team members

9 Two Levels of Process Maps Required
A high level process map that outlines the various BIM uses in the different phases and information exchange that bind them. Level 2 The template process maps created can then be taken to develop project specific process map, tailored to the process at hand. Please click here for an example of each Map

10 Step 3: Define Information Exchange Requirements
Goal: Define the information exchange requirements identified in Step 2: Define the information exchange Identify the responsible parties Define the grouping requirements Identify the timeframe for each exchange When: 2nd BIM Planning Meeting Resources: Information Exchange Requirements Worksheet identifies the vital information required to implement each BIM Use as described above

11 Model Elements Utilizing CSI UniFormat
Information Exchange Requirements Template Information Exchange Requirements D1: Design Model D2: Coordination Model Template Map: Design Coordination File Format Revit *.rvt Navisworks *.nwd Model Elements Utilizing CSI UniFormat Information Grouping Responsible Party A Substructure A10 Foundations A1010 Standard Foundations Building Level A/E B Element A1020 Special Foundations TC A1030 Slab on Grade A20 Basement Construction A2010 Basement Excavation A2020 Basement Walls Shell B10 Superstructure B1010 Floor Construction B1020 Roof Construction B20 Exterior Enclosure B2010 Exterior Walls B,E B2020 Exterior Windows B2030 Exterior Doors B30 Roofing B3010 Roof Coverings B3020 Roof Openings C Interiors C10 Interior Construction C1010 Partitions C1020 Interior Doors C1030 Fittings C20 Stairs C2010 Stair Construction A,E C2020 Stair Finishes E C30 Interior Finishes C3010 Wall Finishes C3020 Floor Finishes C3030 Ceiling Finishes

12 Step 4: BIM Execution Plan Development
Goal: Develop a project specific BIM Execution Planning Document. When: Upon completion of 3rd BIM Planning Meeting Responsible Party: BIM Project Team Resources: BIM Project Execution Plan Document Template

13 BIM Project Execution Plan Categories
Identify BIM Goals and Uses Design the BIM Project Execution Process Define Information Exchange Requirements Develop BIM Project Execution Plan Project Goals / BIM Objectives BIM Process Design BIM Scope Definitions Delivery Strategy / Contract Organizational Roles and Responsibilities Communication Procedures Technology Infrastructure Needs Model Quality Control Procedures Project Reference Information Project X BIM Execution Plan

14 Case Study Meeting Agenda
Meeting 1 - BIM Goals and Use Identification Meeting Meeting 2 - BIM Process Design Meeting Meeting 3 - BIM Project Execution Plan Review Meeting

15 Discussion Comments on Procedure Request for Case Study Document
Meeting Structure Timeline Distribution of Request for Case Studies Potential Case Studies

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