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BIM & INFORMATION

MANAGEMENT

A BRAVE NEW WORLD


SUPPORTING YOU TO DELIVER BETTER OUTCOMES

BIM/DIGITAL STRATEGIES

DIGITAL GUERRILLA SUPPORT


BIM/CAD STANDARDS

THE CLIENT’S INFORMATION


SUCCESSFUL DELIVERY OF
SOFTWARE TRAINING
CLIENT’S INFORMATION

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
BIM LEVEL 2 READY

YOUR CAPABILITY

REQUIREMENTS
REQUIREMENTS

COORDINATION MANAGEMENT
ASSESSMENT

BIM MANAGEMENT

PROJECT SET UP AND SUPPORT

PROJECT BID BIM SUPPORT

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OUR MANTRA

At Digital Guerrilla, our aim is to ensure your use of digital technologies is improved
through training, education and support to gain efficiencies and better business outcomes
throughout the design process.

The most dangerous phrase in the language is


“we’ve always done it this way.”
Rear Admiral Grace Hopper

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OUR FOUNDER

Graham H Stewart (Digital Director)


• MSc (BIMM) EngTech MICE TIStructE
• 32 years industry experience.
• Set up Scotland’s 1st Digital Information
Management Consultancy, Digital
Guerrilla, in 2017
• Key UK industry figure involved with UK
BIM Alliance, SFT BIM Suppliers Group,
IStructE BIM & Computational Design
Panels to name but a few.
• Part-Time Lecture at GCU & CoGC and
Associate Tutor at BSi.

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INDUSTRY CHALLANGES
CURRENT STATE OF PLAY
CONSTRUCTION 2025 STRATEGY (JULY 2013)

Long term targets shared by Industry


and Government.
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THE FARMER REVIEW OF THE UK CONSTRUCTION LABOUR
MODEL - MODERNISE OR DIE (FARMER, 2016)

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REINVENTING CONSTRUCTION: A ROUTE TO HIGHER
PRODUCTIVITY (MCKINSEY, 2017)

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HANDBOOK FOR THE INTRODUCTION OF BIM BY THE
EUROPEAN PUBLIC SECTOR (2017)

“The European construction sector output of

€130
€1.3tn (trillion) is approximately 9% of
the region’s GDP and it employs over 18
million people.”

“Reports estimate the financial opportunity

billion
for digitalising engineering, construction
and operations processes to be in the range
of 10%–20% of capital project
expenditure across vertical construction
(buildings) and infrastructure projects. Even
using the lower threshold, a 10%
productivity improvement of the
European construction sector would
generate savings of €130 billion.”

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“If, as an industry, we are to deliver on the targets set in the
UK Construction 2025 Strategy, we need to be innovative in
our thinking” Andreas Schierenbeck, Thyssenkrupp

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THE NEW WORLD ORDER
THE PROGRESS FROM BIM LEVEL
2 TO BIM IN ACCORDANCE WITH
ISO19650
Terminology:

“BIM Level 2” ISO – International Standard

BS – British Standard

PAS – Publically Available Specification

PD – Published Document

“BIM in Accordance
with ISO19650”

Image credit, Operam


ISO 19650 – THE SHAPE OF THINGS TO COME
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BS EN ISO 19650 DEMANDS THE CLIENT SPECIFY EXACTLY
THEIR LOIN (1) AND WHO WILL BE RACI (2). Terminology:
(1) Level Of Information Need

(2) Responsible, Accountable, Consulted,

Informed.

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THE ISO19650-2:2018 FRAMEWORK

Exchange
Information Pre-Appointment BEP BIM Execution Plan
Requirements

Information Model Delivery

PAS1192-3:2014 hand over


Collaborative Production of

Asset information model


ASSESSMENT AND NEED

Establish the Delivery Establish the Delivery

(AIM maintenance)
Team’s Capability Team’s Responsibility
and Capacity Matrix

Mobilization

Information
Establish the Delivery
Establish the Lead
Team’s Mobilization
Appointed Party’s EIR
Plan

Establish the Delivery Establish the


Team’s Risk Register TIDP/MIDP

Invitation to
Tender Response Appointment
Tender

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ISO19650-2:2018 5.2.1 ESTABLISH THE APPOINTING
PARTY’S EXCHANGE INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS (EIR)

Information Level of Acceptance Supporting


Assessment
Requirements Information Need Criteria Information
▪ Organizational ▪ Information ▪ Project’s information ▪ Existing asset ▪ Time needed by the
Information containers standard information appointing party to
Requirements ▪ Project’s information ▪ Project’s information ▪ Shared resources review and accept
▪ Asset Information standard production methods ▪ Supporting information
Requirements ▪ Task information and procedures documents or ▪ Appointing party’s
▪ Project Information delivery plan ▪ Reference information guidance material internal assurance
Requirements ▪ Collaborative or shared resources ▪ References to processes
production of relevant international,
information national or industry
▪ Information model standards
delivery ▪ Exemplars of similar
▪ Federation strategy information
deliverables

The appointing party’s assets and information requirements

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ISO19650-2:2018 5.2.1 ESTABLISH THE APPOINTING
PARTY’S EXCHANGE INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS (EIR)

“What does the client


need you to deliver,
and how do they want
you to deliver it.”

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ISO19650-2:2018 5.3.2/5.4.1 ESTABLISH/CONFIRM THE
DELIVERY TEAM’S BIM EXECUTION PLAN (BEP)

Project’s Information Amendments to the


Information Delivery
Key Requirements Production Methods Project’s Information
Strategy
And Procedures Standard

▪ Proposed names who will ▪ Approach to meeting the ▪ Capture of existing asset ▪ Exchange of information
undertake the information appointing party’s information between task teams
management function exchange information ▪ Generation, review, ▪ Distribution of information
▪ Federation strategy requirements approval and authorization to external parties
▪ Establish the delivery ▪ Objectives/goals for the of information ▪ Delivery of information to
team’s mobilization plan collaborative production of ▪ Security and distribution the appointing party
▪ Establish the delivery information of information
team’s risk register ▪ Overview of the ▪ Delivery of information to
▪ Schedule of software, organizational structure, the appointing party
hardware and IT commercial relationships
infrastructure & composition
▪ Level of information need

A documented approach to deliver the appointing party’s requirements

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ISO19650-2:2018 5.3.2/5.4.1 ESTABLISH/CONFIRM THE
DELIVERY TEAM’S BIM EXECUTION PLAN (BEP)

“What you are


delivering, how you
will deliver it, to what
standard and format,
to meet an agreed
validation process.”

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INFORMATION MODELS - WHAT IS BIM IN ACCORDANCE
WITH ISO 19650 DEMANDING?
BS EN ISO19650-2 – NA.5.1 ISO 19650-2:2018 (5.2.1) states: 'The appointing party
shall establish their exchange information requirements to be met by the prospective lead
appointed party during the appointment.'
In the UK, information models exchanged with the appointing party, unless specified to the
contrary within the project information standard, should include:

a) geometrical information b) non-geometrical information in open c) documentation in


in proprietary formats or data formats, structured in accordance with open data formats.
open data formats; BS 1192-4:2014 (COBie) and contained
within a single information container

COMMOM DATA ENVIRONMENT (CDE)

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DATA/INFORMATION/MODELS = VERIFY/VALIDATE/REPEAT

Structural Architecture
Validate Verify

MEP
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DRIVING BIM ADOPTION AT A
GOVERNMENT LEVEL
BIM IMPLEMENTATION IN
SCOTLAND
Review of Procurement In Construction

“ BIM should be introduced in


central government with a view to
encouraging adoption across the
public sector. The objective should
be that, where appropriate, projects
across the public sector adopt BIM
level 2 by April 2017.”
Review of Scottish Public Sector Procurement In Construction
Where are we now?
Approach To Implementation

When? Why? How?


BIM Grading Tool BIM ROI Tool BIM Navigator
BIM Navigator – Checklist & Templates
BIM Programme Scotland 2015 - 19

Provide Leadership Create and maintain


for digital change in new national working
construction. groups and
governance.
Deliver training to 500
Development of new public sector delegates.
BIM Guidance Portal
for Scotland. Support in creation of BIM
Industry Group for
Scotland.
Commission
international BIM
Support and enable study.
Create innovative
Scottish Government
new Return on
to publish BIM policy.
Investment Tool
Engage & collaborate
for Public Sector
within international
Bodies.
programmes.
Monitor and commission research into 4
Scottish BIM Pathfinder projects
BIM DELIVERY Group for Scotland – Programme Summary 17/18
Joining up the UK Challenge

• The UK BIM Alliance aims to ensure BIM • The Centre for Digital Built Britain is a
becomes business as usual whilst at the same partnership between the Department of
time, transforming and future proofing the way Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy and
the industry work. the University of Cambridge to deliver a
smart digital economy for infrastructure and
construction for the future and transform the
UK construction industry’s approach to the
way we plan, build, maintain and use our
social and economic infrastructure.
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THE CLIENT’S SECRET WEAPON
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
SO WHAT IS AN INFORMATION MANAGER?
(CLIENT/EMPLOYER(1)/APPOINTING PARTY(2) SIDE)

• Help Clients understand overall strategic


understanding of possible benefits
• Discuss with Clients Asset
Management/FM team what they need
• Assist in the development of the Asset
Information Requirements (AIR) (3)
/Exchange Information Requirements
(EIR) (1/2)
• Validate all task team deliverables meet
all documented & agreed processes

Terminology:

(1) PAS1192-2:2013

(2) BS EN ISO19650-2:2018

(3) PAS1192-3:2014

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SO WHAT IS AN INFORMATION MANAGER?
(DESIGN TEAM/TASK TEAM(1)/APPOINTED PARTY(2) SIDE)

• Help task team members understand


what they need to deliver i.e. what they
have signed up to !!
• Assist in the development of the BEP i.e.
they do not write this – collaborative
effort !
• Assist with the integration and export of
data
• Validation of all deliverables to meet
client requirement i.e. AIR/EIR & BEP
• Also monitor compliance of CDE i.e. file
naming, revision & status codes against Terminology:
TIDP (BS1192:2007+A2:2016/BS EN (1) PAS1192-2:2013
ISO19650-2:2018) (2) BS EN ISO19650-2:2018

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SO WHAT DOESN’T AN INFORMATION MANAGER DO?

• They DO NOT do BIM Coordination or


Clash detection!
• ALL clash avoidance is the responsibility
of each Task Team member – refer to
PAS1192-2:2013 clauses 9.4.2-9.4.4 also
BS EN ISO19650-2:2018 clause 5.6.2 c)
& d).
• They have NO design responsibility as per
the CIC Outline Scope of Services for the
role of Information Management

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THE NEED FOR OPENBIM

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A ROADMAP TO THE FUTURE
DEVELOPING YOUR COMPANY
STRATEGY
WHAT DO YOU NOW NEED TO DELIVER?
BS EN ISO19650-1 + 2:2018

MODEL

CAFM

BS1192-4:2014 PAS1192-3:2014
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COBie

• COBie – Construction Operations Building


information exchange
Facility
• A US standard schema for exchanging
building asset information
• There are the 8 standard requirements
Contact

relating to the input during design stages


Zones Floor Type Systems (18 in total + Instructions & Pick List)

Compon
Spaces
Spaces Components
ents

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THE COBie RESPONSIBILITY MATRIX - ASSET DATA
TEMPLATE
COBie Responsibility Matrix - For Designers - Developed by Graham H Stewart, Digital Director @ Digital Guerrilla <http://digital-guerrilla.scot> 20180829

COBie – Construction Operations


version 17 How Many Elements are in your Model? Total Elements Total Data Entries
COBie version 2.4 Contact 1 12 Legend for Contracted Exchange
date 30-Apr-13 Facility 1 10 N New
Floor 5 35 U Update

Building information exchange


purpose this worksheet can be used to identify the party responsible to complete COBie worksheet infomration during the course of a project Space 100 1000 O optional
Zone 5 30 r reference
instructions 1. list every company participating in the creation of COBie data in the "company" column of the legend Type 1000 2000 - not required
if needed add additional rows until all companies are listed Component 3000 18000
2. for each company provide point of contact information to ensure accountability System 5 25 Legend for COBie requirements
3. provide a different color code for each company Document 100 1200 RP Required Primary Key
4. follow the process of the job from concept through handover and paint the approriate color code in the cells Attribute 100 500 RC Required, Part of Combination Key

272 Data fields


5. cells remaining should be checked to see if they are not required, if not required code as noted in the legend. Coordinate 5 0 RI Required Information
6. save and date the file as PDF and distribute to the team Issue 50 500 RS Required Reference to Primary Key
RF Requried Reference to Referenced Foreign Key
legend Company POC Name POC Email POC Phone Color Code Total Data Management Required 23312 RL Required, from picklist worksheet
owner paint color to use Time Per Data Cell 3 RA Required, if provided by automated system
designer paint color to use Total Time Required (Man Months) 6.72 RS Requried, if specified
consultant paint color to use

All needs to be validated to meeting


prime contractor paint color to use Life-Cycle infomation exchange Legend for Exchange Files
Owner O&M Champion paint color to use Contracting Phase C Create Data, add a new row to this table
Data Integrator paint color to use Documents U Update Data, change the value in this cell
sub contractor A paint color to use Project Phase Data Nos - Not Applicable, Data is not applicable for this exchange (leave blank)

client requirements.
sub contractor B paint color to use Design Issue Design 85 RS Required as Specified, for all new rows
commissioning paint color to use R Read only, Required for reference lookup
not used or n/a - - - paint color to use Note: Please highlight 'Yes'/'No' to all relevant O Optional, Data may be provided
COBie worksheets you will have input to via the 0 Not defined at this time
Deliverable Requirements workbook.

Worksheet -> Contact Facility Floor Space Zone Type Component System Assembly Connection Spare Resource Job Impact Document Attribute Coordinate Issue PickLists

Column r r r r r r r r - - - O r r N
1 Email C Name R Name R Name R Name R Name R Name R Name R Name Name R Name - Name - Name - Name Name O Name R Name R Name C Category-Facility
2 CreatedBy C CreatedBy U CreatedBy R CreatedBy R CreatedBy R CreatedBy R CreatedBy R CreatedBy R CreatedBy CreatedBy R CreatedBy - CreatedBy - CreatedBy - CreatedBy CreatedBy O CreatedBy R CreatedBy R CreatedBy C Category-Space
3 CreatedOn C CreatedOn U CreatedOn R CreatedOn R CreatedOn R CreatedOn R CreatedOn R CreatedOn R CreatedOn CreatedOn R CreatedOn - CreatedOn - CreatedOn - CreatedOn CreatedOn O CreatedOn R CreatedOn R CreatedOn C Category-Element
4 Category C Category R Category R Category R Category R Category R TypeName R Category R SheetName ConnectionType R Category - Category - Category - ImpactType Category O Category R Category R Type C Category-Product
5 Company C ProjectName R ExtSystem RA FloorName R SpaceNames R Description R Space R ComponentNames R ParentName SheetName R TypeName - ExtSystem - Status - ImpactStage ApprovalBy O SheetName R SheetName R Risk C Category-Role
6 Phone C SiteName R ExtObject RA Description R ExtSystem R AssetType R Description R ExtSystem RA ChildNames RowName1 R Suppliers - ExtObject - TypeName - SheetName Stage O RowName R RowName R Chance C
7 ExtSystem RA LinearUnits R ExtIdentifier RA ExtSystem R ExtObject R Manufacturer - ExtSystem RA ExtObject RA AssemblyType RowName2 R ExtSystem - ExtIdentifier - Description - RowName SheetName O Value R CoordinateXAxis R Impact C
8 ExtObject RA AreaUnits R Description RS ExtObject R ExtIdentifier R ModelNumber - ExtObject RA ExtIdentifier RA ExtSystem RealizingElement R ExtObject - Description - Duration - Value RowName O Unit R CoordinateYAxis R SheetName1 C
9 ExtIdentifier RA VolumeUnits R Elevation RS ExtIdentifier R Description R WarrantyGuarantorParts - ExtIdentifier RA Description R ExtObject PortName1 R ExtIdentifier - DurationUnit - ImpactUnit Directory O ExtSystem RA CoordinateZAxis R RowName1 C
10 Department RS CurrencyUnit R Height RS RoomTag R WarrantyDurationParts - SerialNumber R ExtIdentifier PortName2 R Description - Start - LeadInTime File O ExtObject RA ExtSystem RA SheetName2 C
11 OrganizationCode RS AreaMeasurement R UsableHeight R WarrantyGuarantorLabor - InstallationDate R Description ExtSystem RA SetNumber - TaskStartUnit - Duration ExtSystem RA ExtIdentifier RA ExtObject RA RowName2 C
12 GivenName RS ExternalSystem R GrossArea R WarrantyDurationLabor - WarrantyStartDate R ExtObject RA PartNumber - Frequency - LeadOutTime ExtObject RA Description R ExtIdentifier RA Description C
13 FamilyName RS ExternalProjectObject R NetArea R WarrantyDurationUnit - TagNumber R ExtIdentifier RA FrequencyUnit - ExtSystem ExtIdentifier RA AllowedValues R ClockwiseRotation R Owner C
14 Street RS ExternalProjectIdentifier R ExtSystem R BarCode R Description R ExtSystem - ExtObject Description RS ElevationalRotation R Mitigation C
15 PostalBox RS ExternalSiteObject R ExtObject R AssetIdentifier R ExtObject - ExtIdentifier Reference RS YawRotation R ExtSystem RA
16 Town RS ExternalSiteIdentifier R ExtIdentifier R ExtIdentifier - Description ExtObject RA
17 StateRegion RS ExternalFacilityObject R ReplacementCost R TaskNumber - ExtIdentifier RA
18 PostalCode RS ExternalFacilityIdentifier R ExpectedLife R Priors -
19 Country RS Description RS DurationUnit R ResourceNames -
20 ProjectDescription RS WarrantyDescription R
21 SiteDescription RS NominalLength R
22 Phase RS NominalWidth R
23 NominalHeight R
24 ModelReference R
25 Shape R
26 Size R
27 Color R
28 Finish R
29 Grade R
30 Material R
31 Constituents R
32 Features R
33 AccessibilityPerformance R
34 CodePerformance R
35 SustainabilityPerformance R

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WHAT DOES THE CLIENT NEED YOUR DELIVERABLES TO DO?
TO MEET THE CLIENTS ASSET INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS
NAMING SPECIFYING MAPPING

ASSET NAMING ASSET LIST UNICLASS 2015


STRATEGY (WHAT DO WE MAINTAIN?) (CLASSIFICATION EF/Pr)

IFC CLASSES
(ELEMENTS)

IFC EUMERATIONS
(PRODUCT TYPES)

ASSET DATA TEMPLATE IFC PSET


(WHAT DATA IS REQUIRED?) (PROPERTY SET PARAMETERS)

ROOM NAMING ROOM LIST UNICLASS 2015


STRATEGY (WHAT DO WE HAVE?) (CLASSIFICATION SL)

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WHAT DOES THE CLIENT NEED YOUR DELIVERABLES TO DO?
TO MEET THE CLIENTS ASSET INFORMATION REQUIREMENTS
NAMING SPECIFYING MAPPING

NATIONAL
ASSET NAMING ASSET LIST UNICLASS 2015
CLASSIFICATION
STRATEGY (WHAT DO WE MAINTAIN?) (CLASSIFICATION EF/Pr)
STANDARD CODE

IFC CLASSES
(ELEMENTS)

OPENBIM MAPPING FROM


IFC EUMERATIONS
NATIVE SOFTWARE
(PRODUCT TYPES)

ASSET DATA TEMPLATE IFC PSET


(WHAT DATA IS REQUIRED?) (PROPERTY SET PARAMETERS)

NATIONAL
ROOM NAMING ROOM LIST UNICLASS 2015
CLASSIFICATION
STRATEGY (WHAT DO WE HAVE?) (CLASSIFICATION SL)
STANDARD CODE

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“we could see a 20-25%
decline in the available
labour force within a decade”
The Farmer Review
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OVERVIEW OF UK BIM AWARENESS & ADOPTION

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Information from NBS National BIM Report 2019


CONSTRUCTIONS FUTURE SKILLSET

• Software Engineering • Data Management

• Data Analytics • Machine Learning

• Data Engineering • Big Data

• Data Science • Artificial Intelligence

• Statistics • Business Intelligence

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CONCLUSION
BUILDING A SOLID BIM/DIGITAL/DATA FOUNDATION

• Understanding the clients needs – what


assets do they have? what data do they
need? how will they maintain this
information?
• A new skillset for the future – staff with
data science/coding/cyber security
backgrounds – Training & Support is key!
• All the data in the world –
collect/store/analysis only what you need
with a view to future proofing with
predictive data analytics
• Software Interoperability – Opensource
your future but this requires investment
and time to test

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SMART CITY STANDARDS AND OPENBIM

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IOT

SENSORS

INDUSTRY 4.0 OPEN DATA

DIGITAL TWIN

ANALYTICS
BIM
AI

DIGITAL PROPTECH TECHNOLOGY


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“Education is the passport to the future, for
tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it
today” Malcom X

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THANK YOU

Promoting better business outcomes


through the use of digital technologies
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