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1 1 Building Information Management & Modeling (BIMM )

2 2 Problem Statement & Objective Problem Statement: NAVFAC lacks a comprehensive strategy for collecting, managing, & sharing required data & information through the lifecycle of a facility from planning to disposal Objective: Provide accurate, current, accessible facility data to improve management across BLs/SLs, and reduce total ownership cost for our customers (internal and external)

3 3 BIM Goal NAVFAC BIM will…. o Identify inefficiencies, data redundancy, & gaps in current process o Integrate the Stove Pipes by linking the data o Insure buy-in of integrated processes across BL/SL o Improve lines of communication, resulting in closely coordinated BMS processes o Potentially re-align roles & responsibilities o Optimize current capabilities & determine future state

4 4 NAVFAC BIM Team Executive Team – NAVFAC HQ o Objective: Development of life cycle building information, data requirements & processes Modeling Team – NAVFAC (SE, SW, MIDLANT) o Objective: Piloting the use of 3D modeling software at three Facilities Engineering Command (FECs ) Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center (NFESC) – East Coast Detachment Ocean Engineering (OE) o Objective: SPecialized Infrastructure Data - Enterprise Reporting System (SPIDERS) and Telestrator 3D a web-based desktop viewer Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center (NFESC) o Objective: Planned effort on using BIM to work toward energy and sustainability goals

5 5 Executive Team Challenges To share accurate, current, & accessible bldg data across Command So what? Ideally, should reduce costs & improve productivity, however not easily quantifiable Reality: 1.Data maps identify gaps and disconnects 2.Difficult to measure gaps ($ impact) across enterprise 3.Difficult to quantify ROI ($) to mitigate gaps

6 6 Executive Team Challenges “Aha” Moments (Positive Incremental Steps) 1.PW - utility drawings required in GIS vice CAD 2.AM – global & regional plans not aligned with MILCON prioritization; global & regional plans not graphically represented on installation master plans – information not digital, current or updated Leverage “Aha” Moments for BIM Modeling Team for incorporation Definition of Success: 1.Document gaps, duplication, & disconnects 2.Develop streamline RFP for contractor to execute IT data fixes

7 7 Executive Team Status Established Executive BIM Team (12/10) during Integrated Planning Session. Developed top level life cycle data map across all BLs Top level life cycle data map expected to generate new (CPI) initiatives CI lead and overall facilitator for ALL subsequent BL process data map sessions 1.PW data processes mapped (3/11) √ 2.AM data processes mapped (7/11) √ 3.EV data processes mapping scheduled FY-12 4.CI data processes mapping scheduled FY-12

8 8 Building Life Cycle Process Map  Create end to end process map  Establish current data exchange points to include:  Applications  Hand offs  Data entry  Storage Supported Command Asset Management Capital Improvements Public Works IT Apps Facility Planning PhaseDesign - ConstructionActivation / Post Construction Sustainment, Restoration, and Modernization (SRM) Disposal

9 9 Executive Team Tasks & Objectives TaskObjectiveStart Date Develop Communication PlanDraft charter and communication for Team, stakeholders, POAM, etc.FY11 2nd Quarter Identify Data RequirementsIdentify existing data requirements for all BLsFY11 2nd Quarter Identify Existing ITIdentify existing IT tools for collection and storage of building related dataFY11 2nd Quarter Document ProcessFinalize detailed process mapFY12 3rd Quarter Current State AnalysisEvaluate existing data and processes; determine GAPS and identify process improvement opportunities; identify common data elements, duplication, & value; identify justification for building data (mandates); identify efficiencies and effectiveness FY13 1st Quarter Develop Future State for BIM (Analysis) Based on Current State Analysis: Confirm and agree upon Future criteria of BIM; develop business case (scope, cost, schedule) FY13 2nd Quarter Develop Implementation StrategyDevelop Business Case and performance metrics for BIM implementation in order to determine value FY13 3rd Quarter Business Case Analysis ApprovalObtain BMB approval, Plan ExecutionFY13 4th Quarter

10 10 MIDLANT BIM Projects: Renovation of Barracks K-K and K-J at the Norfolk Naval Station, FY12 Renovation of Barracks I-F at the Norfolk Naval Station, FY12 SE - BEQ project FY-12 start SW – MV22 Hangar FY-12 start Modeling Team Status

11 11 MIDLANT Modeling Team Status Public Works Department (PWD) - Norfolk The project is a reconfiguration of the building interiors to a 1+1 room module layout. It is the intent of this project to provide apartments consistent with private sector residential standards by upgrading MEP features and meeting current code requirements. Pursue LEED Silver Certification Renovation of Barracks K-K, K-J and I-F Naval Station Norfolk Norfolk, Virginia The first In-house BIM design project for NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic to date.  Estimated Construction Value: $12 Million  Size: 25,000 SF (per building)

12 12 MIDLANT Modeling Team Status Public Works Department (PWD) - Norfolk Advantages of Building Integrated Modeling (BIM): Efficiency – All drawings are naturally coordinated because they come from the same database. Any changes that you make anywhere are automatically updated throughout the project. Intelligent Modeling – Better understanding how the building can perform in different environmental conditions due to early simulations and analytical studies. Integrating Systems – All disciplines that work in the same model achieve a higher level of coordination. Having data and graphics completely integrated make sure that designs are in line with programmatic requirements.

13 13 NFESC – East Coast Detachment OE BIM Overview SPIDERS – Is a data management tool containing normalized waterfront and bridge facility configuration, component, capacity and condition information Telestrator 3D is a web-based desktop viewer that can readily interface with SPIDERS 1.It currently visualizes geospatially accurate weapon platforms, installations, facilities and shore interface support equipment 2.It operates on the NMCI Network

14 14 NFESC – East Coast Detachment OE Schedule SPIDERS 1.0 currently in development to support PW – provides asset condition data (and work order information in the future) to MAXIMO; ATO planned for 30 June, 2011 SPIDERS 2.0 will be connected to Telestrator 3D to provide accurate 3D representation of the physical asset and view associated attribute data Potential Telestrator 3D use by Capital Improvements (CI) with dynamic design charrettes

15 15 Telestrator 3D Viewer (BIM) Virtual Environment Example Washington Navy Yard

16 16 BIM Approaches NAVFAC is Investigating “lite” BIM model: NFESC – East Coast Detachment OE A 3D, lightweight, non-parametric geometric representation that contains some attribute information for a specific functional purpose Valuable when used to visualize objects in real time Typically used as a “portal” to access Information from SPIDERS, MAXIMO, iNFADS, eOMSI, etc. Applies to Buildings, Ships, Planes, Tanks, Equipment, etc. “robust” BIM model: Modeling Team – NAVFAC (SE, SW, MIDLANT) A 3D parametric, object-oriented 3D solid model that contains attribute information. Valuable when used to design/build a complex asset Used to capture all geometric and attribute information needed for an asset throughout its life cycle May not be very useful format to use when accessing information Applies to Buildings, Ships, Planes, Tanks, Equipment, etc.

17 17 NFESC – East Coast Detachment OE Lite BIM (Telestrator) Interoperability Virtual Environment (X3D – Query, Internet-based) Virtual Collaborative Environment (Telestrator) Buildings (Revit) Existing Assets New Construction Ships (NX) Others Aircraft (NX) Buildings (pop-up X3D) Ships (Catia) Others (AutoCAD, Solid Works, Solidedge, Inventor, Civil3D, etc.) Aircraft (Catia-NX)

18 18 “BIM” projects in NAVFAC Function: Early Design Geom: 3D Lite (X3D) Attributes: Min Level of Detail: 1 Origin: (Ship – STEP, Pier – Revit, Truck-Inventor) Function: O&M Geom: 3D Lite (X3D)/Pano Attributes: full- UFII, iNFADS, etc. Level of Detail: 1-2 Function: Construction Geom: Full 3D (Revit?) Attributes: Full Level of Detail: 5 Function: Analysis Geom: (Solidworks - ANSYS ) Attributes: Varies Engr. Level of Detail: 1-5 Function: Geospatial Geom: 3D Lite (X3D) Attributes: Full Level of Detail: 1 SPIDERS / TELESTRATOR Mayport Fuel Pier


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