Understand the benefits of Last Planner principles
Understand the process of Last Planner principles
Understand the benefits of BIM 360 Plan in supporting last planner principles
Understand the potential value of BIM 360 Plan
BAM has developed a technical delivery solution to manage and deliver data throughout the different stages of a project using Autodesk's desktop and cloud products. This process is aligned to best industry standards (BS/PAS 1192-2). COBie is BAM's way of cleverly dealing with data as a project is being delivered. Empowering BAM's supply chain to capture and populate this data in a simple, no-fuss manner has been key to our success. BAM has worked with Autodesk to develop a new computer-aided facility management system for facilities management called BIM 360 Ops (formerly Building Ops). Having this system in place as the buildings operator has let BAM use the best of BIM 360 Field software during project delivery. It is this systems integration that has helped BAM to achieve significant cost and timesavings. The principle case study carried out by BAM compares how 2 similar public-private partnership projects were procured and delivered-one with BIM technology, and the other without.
In 2008 Paul joined the Irish division of Royal BAM, who are a global based construction business with their head office located in The Netherlands. Paul commenced work with BAM Ireland as a senior project engineer and quickly rose up through the ranks to Project Manager. Since 2012 Paul has led the ever expanding Virtual Design & Construction Department for BAM Ireland. This team includes BIM Coordinators, Information Managers and BIM Technical Specialists. In recent years Paul has managed BAM s R&D development to achieving a full BIM to FM solution on BAM s PPP projects. Paul is consistently involved with Royal BAM internationally and has clear insight into best practice BIM delivery across Europe and the Middle East. This reach has allowed BAM to turbo boost their capacity to deliver BIM to the best international standards.Paul is a member of Engineers Ireland and is a board director of CitA (Construction IT Alliance), based in Dublin.
In this course, the BIM 360 Ops Team will share the top 10 things your team should be doing to realize the benefits of BIM 360 Ops software. We'll show you tips for effective ticket management, how to use filters to slice and dice data while speeding up your work, how to get the most from graph views, how to schedule your reports like a pro, and much more. Learn how to get the most from the only mobile-first asset and Maintenance Management Solution designed for the people who do the work.
This discussion will focus on CREFTS' (Corporate Real Estate, Facilities, Travel, Safety, & Security) BIM 360 Ops internal Autodesk deployment, and offer a glimpse from concept to deployment across the Autodesk portfolio. We'll review the steps taken-from planning, pilot, and deployment-and discuss our pathway to success and how we're using BIM 360 Ops software from projects to building operations. We'll share best practices, insight into rollout, and a glimpse of where we're heading with automation and machine learning.
In August 2015, Arkansas Children's, Inc. announced plans to build a freestanding children's hospital in Springdale, Arkansas. The new building, Arkansas Children's Northwest, will include 235,000 square feet of inpatient beds, emergency care, diagnostic services and clinical space. The hospital's construction and facilities team assembled a detailed set of data specifications to streamline the handover of the building and jumpstart operations & maintenance. The goal was to have all equipment data populated in the CMMS (maintenance management system) by substantial completion in the fall of 2017, to allow for critical maintenance processes to be in place prior to completion. To realize that vision, TME led an initiative to drive the successful transition and handover of asset data before the end of the project. This presentation walks through the planning, design, and construction phases of the project as well as the beginning of operations.<br/><br/>Mark Mergenschroer, BIM Application Specialist, Bernhard TME<br/><br/>Mark has 21 years of construction and engineering design experience. He has played a key role in the implementation of Autodesk BIM tools at Bernhard TME.Mark has shared his BIM knowledge at events such as Autodesk University, BIM Forum, ASHE, AHA, ASHRAE, FIATECH and numerous Revit User Groups.Mark got his start in the industry as a fire sprinkler designer. Mark has been leading the BIM Services Group at Bernhard TME. This group focuses on project delivery for the building lifecycle. Mark is also an adjunct Professor at Arizona State University and was involved with the development of the VLC Collaboration Space at Arizona State University and lectures on the subject of Building Startup and Commissioning using BIM tools.
BECA has been recognized for engineering innovation and excellence in New Zealand following a gold medal win at the 2017 Association of Consulting Engineers New Zealand (ACENZ) INNOVATE Awards. Sitting at the heart of Auckland, the Mason Bros. reconfigured heritage building offers an ultra-modern office space for commercial tenants. A new asset management solution now has the ability to take operations and maintenance into the Internet of Things. Using the latest mobile and cloud-based technology - including Autodesk applications BIM 360 Glue and Field - critical information created during construction was captured and handed over for asset management and operations. Upon completion of the project, all of the 3D models, assets and their data and documentation were pushed to Autodesk BIM360 Ops.<br/><br/>Brett Naylor, Group Manager - Digital Delivery, Beca <br/><br/>Brett has over 20 years of experience working within the design and construction industry. With a background in Architecture, he has been part of multi-disciplinary teams delivering capital projects across Aviation, Rail, Commercial, Education and Industrial sectors. Latterly in his career Brett has worked in the UK for a BIM Consultancy engaging with Facility Owners and Operators, Design Consultancies and Contractors to help them understand the benefits that BIM can bring to all stages of a project and how to best negotiate the transition to this new project delivery method. Brett now works for Beca as the Group Manager - Digital Delivery. He leads the implementation of BIM across the business and works with their clients to help define the information delivery requirements and delivery methods for their projects.
The Virtual Record Environment (VRE) is an as-built project deliverable intended to connect macro to micro levels of information. The VRE provides campus context, access to building information in the 3D model with connected 2D sheets, and quick access to any asset within. Highlighting the connected workflows possible for a large health care organization, the VRE uses the BIM 360 environment. With the owner's request in mind, the VRE maintains the integrity of design and construction's digital activities within BIM 360 while also affording the compatibility between design platforms required throughout the project's lifecycle. The VRE workflow highlights the migration of building information (Revit software) across all disciplines, and highlights the importance of identifying assets of importance that should be integrated into the model environment. The VRE workflow includes Revit software, InfraWorks software for site mapping, BIM 360 Docs software for as-built model and sheet context, and BIM 360 Ops software for asset identification and data basing.
This presentation will focus on the lifecycle management of the UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital, from design through facility maintenance (FM) and operations, by using Building Information Modeling (BIM) deliverables, and using the integration among various compatible Autodesk programs, processes, and workflows. This class will be a case study of the solutions used to fabricate and construct a $110 million, 220,000-square-foot hospital in 14 months, as well as a live demonstration of the programs that support interoperability (Revit software, Navisworks software, BIM 360 Field software, BIM 360 Glue software, BIM 360 Ops software, and ARCHIBUS). Although the integration of these programs provided tremendous benefits to the construction team, facility managers, and owners through Lifecycle BIM and Quick Response (QR) Codes, there were still challenges to overcome. Attendees will gain experience through applying lessons learned, tracking accountability with complex systems and distributed software programs, and exploring how collaboration was vital to the project's success.
Facility managers face numerous challenges that are driving them to demand a better turnover experience to reduce productivity losses and establish a digital platform for facility operations and management. This class will cover the range of turnover and post-construction services requested from owners and the need to turn design and construction Building Information Modeling (BIM) inside out to support their vision and goals. We share our journey with leading owners, and how the growing gap between Division 1 specifications and emergent owner requirements force rethinking project turnover to deliver integrated and contextualized information for facility management. The owner cases highlight successful BIM implementations based on alignment of technology with process redesign and organizational development to produce smart project outcomes. The owner cases include examples of solutions using Revit software, BIM 360 Glue software, BIM 360 Field software, and other tools.
This course will present a novel framework and development works for enhancing building asset management, particularly operations and maintenance (O&M), by visually intuitive integration among Building Information Modeling (BIM), asset management (AM), and various electronics systems. A newly developed BIM-AM system provides an intuitive way to access heterogeneous O&M information of assets such as photos, attributes, equipment relationships, manuals, drawings, maintenance records, live views of closed circuit television (CCTV) systems, real-time sensing data from building management systems (BMS) and wireless ad-hoc sensors, as well as location information from a real-time location system (RTLS) in an integrated mobile platform. All of this information is accessible simply by asset repository, the maneuvering throughout a BIM model, or even a handheld radio frequency identification (RFID) scanning tool. The results have successfully demonstrated the use of BIM in O&M workflow, responsive incident handling, and enhancing building sustainability.
What is the Internet of Things? How can it be applied at the construction site to help firms save time, money, and improve project outcomes? This interactive discussion will answer these questions and highlight IoT solutions that improve worker safety, risk management, crane efficiency, and concrete management. Case examples and metrics will be included as appropriate as well as guidance on how to deploy the power of IoT on your projects.<br/><br/>Moderator: Brook Potter, Sr. Business Manager, Autodesk<br/><br/>Panelists:<br/><br/>Alex Schwarzkopf, CEO, Pillar Technologies<br/><br/>Brendan Dowdall, CEO, Concrete Sensors<br/><br/>Meirav Oren, CEO, Versatile Natures <br/><br/>Chad Hollingsworth, CEO, Triax Technologies, Inc.<br/><br/>Alex Schwarzkopf, CEO, Pillar Technologies<br/><br/>Alex Schwarzkopf is the CEO and co-founder of Pillar Technologies. Pillar was recently part of the first Techstars IoT program and won the Forbes Change the World competition in 2016. Prior to launching his startup, Alex worked at Tesla Motors in Silicon Valley, and he spent time designing scalable wireless technologies for sub-Saharan Africa.<br/><br/>Meirav Oren, CEO, Versatile Natures <br/><br/>Ms. Oren is the co-founder and CEO of Versatile Natures (VN), an IoT & AI enhanced construction tech startup, that transform every construction site into a truly profitable, smart, and safe work environment, by supporting construction managers with real-time, actionable insights. Meirav grew up in the construction industry, seeing the pains first hand. She spent 10 years at Intel, spearheading BizOps and financial services, leading international projects with multicultural teams.<br/><br/>Chad Hollingsworth, CEO, Triax Technologies, Inc.<br/><br/>Chad is the Chief Executive Officer of Triax Technologies, a construction job site safety and communication solutions provider.Chad co-founded Triax Technologies and brings to his role a passion to continually improve the efficiency and safety of the built environment.In addition to his role as chief executive, Chad leads all business development and strategic partnership initiatives.
To achieve its potential, you should begin operating your new building on day one. General contractors and owners both have roles to play here. In this course, we'll identify the information that is essential for operations, how to structure the data, and how to prepare for a successful export to BIM 360 Ops software. In BIM 360 Ops, we'll show you how to set up preventive maintenance for your most-critical equipment, and how to ensure that it's in the hands of your mobile workforce when and where they need it. Throughout the course, the BIM 360 Ops Team will share best practices learned from customers like you that make handover matter.
In August 2015, Arkansas Children's, Inc., announced plans to build a freestanding children's hospital in Springdale, Arkansas, to advance pediatric health care in the region and provide care close to home for the more than 200,000 children. The new building-Arkansas Children's Northwest-will include 235,000 square feet of inpatient beds, emergency care, diagnostic services, and clinical space. The hospital's construction and facilities team put together a detailed set of data specifications to streamline the handover of the building and jumpstart maintenance and operations. The goal was to have all equipment data populated in the computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) by substantial completion in the fall of 2017. This will let critical maintenance processes be in place prior to completion. To realize that vision, a number of issues had to be addressed to successfully hand over data before the end of the project. This presentation will walk through planning, design, construction, and the beginning of operations.
Lewis Matthew Miller, AIA (senior project manager in University of Southern California's capital construction development department) and Ruby Xuewen Quan (Building Information Modeling program specialist in University of Southern California's Facilities Management Services) will describe current business challenges in USC's ecosystem of building design, construction, and facilities operations, as well as management processes, and resulting losses. The proposed object-oriented architecture of transmission project lifecycle management, acts as a counterpoint to commissioned IoT technologies.