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  • 2014 Autodesk

    Exploring the business value of Building Information Modeling (BIM)

    December, 4th 2014

    BIM Process & BIM Pilot Project

    Dr.L Hng Tin

    Autodesk Vietnam

  • Agenda

    Part I: BIM Technology BIM Workflow

    Part II: BIM Tools ADSK Suites & Subscription Benefits

    Part III: BIM Pilot Project

    2

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    Part I: BIM Technology & BIM Workflow

    Introduction

    The Return of investment in BIM

    Take action

    Current state of building business environment

    BIM in global markets

    Where is value in BIM?

    Why measure the value?

    How do you measure the value?

    What is your level of BIM adoption?

    How do you move to the next stage?

    Case study

    Assess where you are now

    Define goals and vision

    Develop a business model

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    Alice's Adventures

    in

    Wonderland

    If you don't know where you are going, any road will get you there - Lewis Carroll

    If you dont know where you are, a map wont help. Watts Humphrey SEI

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    Building Business Environment

    Macro Industry Trends

    Urbanisation

    Natural resources

    Competition and consolidation

    Complexity

    Technology

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    Building information modeling (BIM) is a

    process involving the generation and

    management of digital representations of

    physical and functional characteristics of a

    facility.

    BIM - Definition

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    Create

    Visualize

    Simulate &

    Analyze

    Deliver

    BIM Technology (www.bimcurriculum.com)

    BUILDINGINFORMATION

    MODELING ARCHITECTS

    MEP SYSTEMSENGINEERS

    BUILDERS

    OWNERS

    CIVILENGINEERS

    STRUCTURALENGINEERS

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    BIM Era

  • Change to BIM BIM to Change

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    BIM Do Right Thing First!

    Sociology is the study of human social relationships and institutions.

    If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.

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    - BIM Model is an IT Centric Model

    - BIM Process is People Mattered Process

    - BIM Product is BIM Model + Standard + Guideline

    BIM Key Terms

    Process

    TechnologyPeople

    BIM

    Center

    B.I

    ERP(BIM)

    Information Systems

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    BIM Process Relationship

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    Change Management Process

    Configuration Management Process

    Technical Review Process

    BIM - KEY PROCESSES

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    US

    45% growth / last 3

    years

    > 400% growth / last 5

    years

    Contractors (74%)

    have surpassed

    architects (70%), and

    engineers are at 64%

    UK

    39%

    adoption

    vs 13% in

    2010

    McGraw Hill Smart Market Report 2012

    National BIM Report 2013 from NBIS

    China

    5% adoption

    and growing

    strong

    awareness

    Japan

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    BIM A Megatrend for Whole System Design

    - Change Process - Invest in infrastructure

    - Enrich Knowledge &Skills - Apply New Tools

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    Where do I

    find the value

    in BIM?

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    Industry

    Firm

    Project

    Improved design quality

    Client understanding

    Faster plan approval and

    permitting

    Reduced project delivery

    costs and timelines

    Better team

    communication

    Increased profits

    Expand services and

    reach new segments

    Maintain repeat

    business

    Fewer

    claims/litigation

    Win more work

    Efficiency and

    quality enabled by

    uniform standards &

    processes

    Ecosystem

    effectiveness

    Value of BIM at multiple levels

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    Value derived

    .0%

    10.0%

    20.0%

    30.0%

    40.0%

    50.0%

    60.0%

    70.0%

    Architect Engineer Contractors Owner

    No meaningful value

    Just scratching the surface

    A lot of value

    All possible value from BIM

    Getting value quickly

    Generally high perception

    of value across all player

    types

    Achieving measurable

    benefits

    Almost two thirds of all BIM

    users (62%) perceive

    positive ROI

    ROI correlates with BIM

    engagement level

    The most engaged users

    enjoy largest increases in

    BIM benefits

    Source: McGraw Hill SmartMarket Report 2012

    Realizing value

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    Investments Implementation

    requirements

    Process Change

    Technology platform

    upgrades

    Training Rethinking team

    roles

    Software &

    Subscription

    Disruptions in

    workflows

    New communication

    models

    Headcount Time required to

    incorporate data in

    model

    Customization and

    innovation

    Workspace

    modifications

    Communication,

    data/sharing

    infrastructure

    New patterns

    of approvals,

    decision-making

    Benefits

    Project teams reduced in size

    Increased productivity

    Improved collaboration

    Fewer change orders

    Reduced RFIs

    More effective construction

    management

    Opportunity for outsourcing/off-

    shoring

    More accurate materials/quantity

    estimating

    Improved competitiveness (in

    developing geographies)

    Design quality improvements

    Shortened delivery timelines

    Building lifecycle management

    (future)

    Benefit

    Focus on ROI

    Costs

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    ROI and project budget

    Project budget for design and construction

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    Value most important elements of ROI

    Owner Multiparty Communication

    Improved project process outcomes

    Designer

    (Architect, Engineer) Productivity

    Communication

    Contractor Productivity

    Lower Project Cost

    Subcontractor

    Efficiency

    McGraw Hill Construction SmartMarket Report 2012

    http://www.construction.com/about-us/press/bim-adoption-expands-from-17-percent-in-2007-to-over-70-percent-in-2012.asp

    http://www.construction.com/about-us/press/bim-adoption-expands-from-17-percent-in-2007-to-over-70-percent-in-2012.asp

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    How can your ROI help your business leverage the value of BIM?

    What is the connection between your company strategy

    and measuring the value of process change such as

    BIM?

    How will you communicate your leadership vision and

    plan for change?

    How could BIM process change impact your business

    model?

    What are the obstacles to achieving new benefits? How

    could you overcome them?

    Which metrics support a Business Case / Return on

    Investment (ROI) ?

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    Business strategy Declare goals for the

    project/organization

    Set expectations and milestones

    Driven Leadership Drive change and motivation

    Define and celebrate accomplishments

    Process Change

    Integrated Change Evolve culture, standards, technology

    Align with business goals and strategies

    BIM implementation of ROI

    Business Strategy

    Leadership and

    Planning

    Measurement /

    Assessment

    Process Change

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    Business strategy

    Leadership

    and planning

    Process change

    Measurement / Assessment

    Moving to the next stage of BIM adoption

    Autodesk BIM Deployment Workbook

    http://static-dc.autodesk.net/content/dam/autodesk/www/campaigns/test-drive-bim-q3/bds/Getting-Started-Guide-Construction-V3.pdf

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    Time

    BIM

    Ma

    turi

    ty &

    Be

    ne

    fits

    CAD TO BIM

    ENHANCED BIM

    INTEGRATED BIM

    Set the foundations

    of BIM in your

    organization

    Enhance BIM in

    your organization

    with increased

    collaboration,

    integration and

    analysis

    Your organization

    has transformed

    into an integrated

    collaborative

    environment with

    efficient and

    effective project

    delivery, analysis,

    and lifecycle asset

    management

    Phase 1

    BIM

    Phase 3

    BIM

    Phase 2

    BIM

    LEVEL 0

    PRE-BIM

    Phases of BIM maturity

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    Invest ImplementProcess change

    Benefit

    Measure:

    RFIs & change

    orders vs CAD-based

    projects

    Project timeline

    Mandate and vision

    Commit to pilot project

    Invest in training

    Establish standards

    Pilot project representative

    of work firms expertise

    Moving to the next phase of BIM adoption

    Phase 1: 2D to 3D modeling

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    Invest ImplementProcess change

    Benefit

    Measure:

    Repeat business

    New work

    Fewer claims/litigation

    Create plan to attain

    vision of BIM adoption

    Continued training

    Use of software suite

    and cloud services

    Projects requiring design

    team implementation of

    BIM

    Moving from phase 1 to 2

    Phase 2: Expanded use of BIM

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    Invest ImplementProcess change

    Benefit

    Measure:

    Expan