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Dusan Selezan

BU21831: Integration of BIM and Facility Maintenance: What Does the FM Crew Really Need?

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn what data is required and needed by an FM crew
  • Discover the benefits of utilizing BIM for FM
  • Learn how to integrate BIM and 3D models into the FM platform
  • Discover the correct workflow and how to maximize BIM information for FM

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Streamlining the process for preventative and scheduled maintenance of facilities has always been challenging due to lack of communication between designers and future facility maintenance (FM) crews. As evolution of Building Information Modeling (BIM) has been proven to increase efficiency and improve buildings’ construction, it is also improving processes and decreasing costs of FM and facility management. This class will explain how the integration of BIM models into FM systems has become a powerful tool in the building-management lifecycle. We will explain how the BIM model becomes an electronic owner’s manual—it helps visualize space and building components that need maintenance, and it automates a preventive maintenance program. It gives the ability to filter data and quickly search for specific information, which significantly improves efficiency, and saves the maintenance crew time and resources. This session will showcase studies data, software comparisons, and recommendations for industry professionals. This session features Building Ops, BIM 360 Field, and BIM 360 Glue. AIA Approved

Target Audience

Target Audience

Facility Owner

Facility Managers

General Contractors

Project Managers

BIM Managers

Asset Data Managers

Speakers

Speakers

Dusan Selezan

Dusan Selezan holds a Bachelor of Science degree in civil engineering and a master’s degree in construction engineering from San Diego State University. For the past 4 years, he has been with Balfour Beatty Construction, working as a senior virtual design and construction specialist. Before that, Selezan worked as Building Information Modeling (BIM) engineer for Kitchell Construction. With more than 5 years of BIM experience, he has diverse type of projects on his resume, including healthcare, correctional facilities, schools, and residential towers. Selezan is assistant professor at the NewSchool of Architecture and Design teaching BIM class with lab. He serves on the board of directors for Construction Management Association of America, and he is also a member of Lean Construction Institute and a board member of Associated General Contractors in San Diego.

Claire Mao

With over 5 years of experience in the design and construction industry, Zhuting “Claire” Mao has been instrumental in the successful completion of numerous high-profile projects. Claire is a key member of the virtual design and construction (VDC) department at Balfour Beatty. Claire is experienced in utilizing Building Information Modeling (BIM) and technology including Virtual Reality, laser scanning and photogrammetry in project pursuits, design assistance, site logistics, construction coordination, and 4D animations. She takes her experience even further with the creation of coordination plans, teaming agreements and co-location strategies for BIM implementation from design to preconstruction and through closeout.

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Published

  • 2016
  • BU21831
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Building Ops
  • BIM 360 Field
  • BIM 360 Glue

Industries

  • Construction Services
  • Buildings

Topics

  • Building Owners and Operators
  • PLM and Data Management