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(BIM2334)LifeCycleCostAnalysis:PerformanceMeasurementandtheRoleofProjectControls
PrimaryAuthor:DrNakisaAlborzAlborzSolutionsLLC
Time/Location:SUN1:302:30/DominionBallroomNorth(2ndLevel)

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Mostwidelyadoptedratingsystemsplacethehighestimportanceonenergyefficiencyandconsumptionmodelshoweverdonotrequire
lifecyclecostanalyses(LCCA)oroccupantfeedbackandpostoccupancyevaluations(POEs).LCCAsareapivotalcomponentinensuring
sustainabilityfeaturesselectedonprojects(horizontalorvertical)trulyprovidethebenefitspromised.Howeverthe implementation of
accurateLCCAanalysesdependonthevalidityofinformationusedintheLCCAmodel.AccurateLCCAmodelscanonlybegeneratedif
POEdataiscollected,analyzed,andsharedwithstakeholders.Thispaperexaminesseveraltopics:whypostoccupancyevaluation(POE)
performancemeasurementmustbeimplementedtopaintanaccurateLCCApicturetofacilitateclientsdecisionmakingprocess,whatare
POEs and methodologies to perform them in LEED and nonLEED projects, stakeholders who must participate in the POE and LCCA
process, the feedback loop needed to ensure repeat mistakes are not made, contractual language needed to gather and analyze POE
data,andhowprojectcontrolsprofessionalsshouldbethefrontrunnersinthisprocessincreasingtheirservicelineoffering.
(BIM2340)UseofBIMforAssetManagementinNorthAmericanAirports
PrimaryAuthor:MsTameraL.McCuenUniversityofOklahoma
CoAuthor(s):MsDominiquePittengerUniversityofOklahoma
Time/Location:SUN2:453:45/DominionBallroomNorth(2ndLevel)
Airports are facing shrinking budgets, limited resources and aging asset/infrastructure issues. Asset Management strategies are
increasingly being implemented by airports to address these issues by enhancing the cost effectiveness and efficiency of managing
assetsovertheirlifecycles.Althoughbuildinginformationmodeling(BIM)isbeingusedbysomeairportoperatorstofacilitatetheAsset
Management process, there is very little available literature regarding the related challenges, opportunities and benefits. Therefore, a
goalofthisstudywastogainanunderstandingaboutBIMuseforAssetManagementinNorthAmericanairports.Theeffortincludedan
onlinesurveydesignedtogatherinformationaboutcurrentBIMimplementation,usersexperiencelevel,BIMuseacrossthelifecycle,and
futureplansforimplementation.Inadditiontothesurvey,casestudyparticipantswereinterviewed.Thispaperreportsstudyresultsthat
illuminate the use of BIM for airport asset management. Results from the study revealed that airport owners are realizing benefits by
having a model representing existing conditions and assets, along with the information available for developing a single inventory
repositoryformanagingassets.

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