This class describes DPR's implementation of integrated project delivery (IPD) to deliver breakthrough project outcomes and to make the digital assets developed for design and construction flow into the owner's systems to support whole-life facility management. Our clients seek reliable and predictable project outcomes. After handover, their O&M teams seek to reduce the total cost of ownership through building performance and by extending the service life of systems. These goals require us to rethink roles and relationships in terms of measurement and validation, knowledge transfer, and managing facility changes. Integrating design, commission, and test information with integrated workplace and building automation systems helps clients to manage buildings at a lower cost. We will share our experiences in working with clients who understand the business value of IPD based on shared models to achieve breakthrough project and building whole-life management outcomes.
and building owners,
including owners managing both capital projects and operations and maintenance groups
Andrew is Director of DPR Consulting, DPR Construction, with over 25 years of experience in product design and management, product, and process modeling for AEC applications, and consulting to help customers and teams establish the appropriate lean construction, building information modeling (BIM) and integrated project delivery (IPD) strategies and practices. Andrew received his Ph.D. in Construction Engineering and Management in 2000 from Stanford University at the Center for Integrated Facilities Engineering (CIFE). He has worked in startups, designing and managing products and services that span BIM content and data, content management, and tools, including quantity take-off and costing, LEED analysis, and immersive visualization. Andrew has presented on BIM and IPD at several conferences, including the CSI BIM Chicago Seminar, Forbes Conference: E-Business in the Construction Industry, the AIA TAP Conference, 2012 I2SL Labs21, and Autodesk University.
This class covers using Revit®-based software, BIM 360™ Field, and Navisworks® for the operation, maintenance, and lifecycle of facilities. We consider the progress of the facilities management industry in implementing Building Information Modeling (BIM) and review the outcomes of a project to use Revit, BIM 360 Field, and Navisworks to manage a new school in London. We also identify further opportunities to integrate BIM data into the delivery of facilities management services to owners and occupiers of facilities.