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  • ir. arch. François Denis – francois.denis@vub.ac.be Université Libre de Bruxelles / Vrije Universiteit Brussel

    Beyond a BIM Handbook – What’s next? Beyond BIM – 9/12/2015

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    Beyond a BIM Handbook What’s next?

    ir. arch. François Denis – PhD Student Beyond BIM– 09/12/2015

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    Design

    Construction

    Operation / Renovation

    Reuse / Demolition

    The construction industry is segmented into stakeholders having different duties

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  • ir. arch. François Denis – francois.denis@vub.ac.be Université Libre de Bruxelles / Vrije Universiteit Brussel

    Beyond a BIM Handbook – What’s next? Beyond BIM – 9/12/2015

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    The segmentation of the industry induces data drops and losses

    3 Based on (Eastman, 2011)

    The inefficiency of the constructive process costs more than money

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  • ir. arch. François Denis – francois.denis@vub.ac.be Université Libre de Bruxelles / Vrije Universiteit Brussel

    Beyond a BIM Handbook – What’s next? Beyond BIM – 9/12/2015

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    The use of a virtual prototype will reduce errors in the building

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    BIM avoids data drops and improves the reliability of exchanged information

    6 Based on (Eastman, 2011)

  • ir. arch. François Denis – francois.denis@vub.ac.be Université Libre de Bruxelles / Vrije Universiteit Brussel

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    The problem of sharing information is more than just a problem of tools or software

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    The necessary implementation of BIM is an opportunity to integrate new concepts

    Sharing Information (BIM Handbook)

    defining the rules of the collaboration game

    Producing and managing more Information

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  • ir. arch. François Denis – francois.denis@vub.ac.be Université Libre de Bruxelles / Vrije Universiteit Brussel

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    The construction industry is segmented into stakeholders having different needs

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    The segmentation of the industry is amplified by the lack of rules

    In Belgium:

     No Exchange rules

     No Practical rules

     No Responsibility

    Worldwide ?

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    The segmentation of the industry is amplified by the lack of rules

    Worldwide ?

    -UK 2016: BIM level 2 (PAS 1192)

    -Singapore: BIM Roadmap

    -The Nederlands: Rgd BIM Standard

    -Finland: Common BIM Requirements

    -France: Plan de Transition Numérique

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    The BIM Belgian Compromise in action

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    The BIM Belgian Compromise in action

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    Define the needs

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    The BIM handbook allows an efficient collaboration

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    The BIM Belgian Compromise in action

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    BIM Handbook

    - ADEB-VBA : Technical Board

    - BIM work group - October 2014

    - BIM Launch Event – October 2015

    - CSTC/WTCB

    - Pilot projects

    The necessary implementation of BIM is an opportunity to integrate new concepts

    Sharing Information

    Producing and managing more Information

    integration of Design for change and transformability

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    When do we need to implement the project into BIM?

    - The sooner the better

    - When the concept is already developed

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    Decisions taken at early-stage have a huge impact on the final result

    (Haque, 2010) 23

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    There is an opportunity to provide tools supporting the designer at conceptual stage

    (McNeil, Gero & Warren, 1998) 24

    There is an opportunity to develop a tool providing feedback using “available” information

    BIM Visual programming

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    Spatial Layout Analysis supports decision taking at conceptual stage

    - Spatial layout (based on the SAGA method from Pieter Herthogs, VUB transform team) Analyse Adaptability and Generality of plans

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    The necessary implementation of BIM is an opportunity to integrate new concepts

    Using the information already in BIM to provide feedback to

    the designer and to allow him to take Better Informed Decisions

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    The necessary implementation of BIM is an opportunity to integrate new concepts

    Manage and Use InformationShare Information

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    A well defined and modelled BIM will improve the quality of the projects

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    Design

    Construction

    Operation / Renovation

    Reuse / Demolition

    This is only possible if we exchange and communicate

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    “A knotty puzzle may hold a scientist up for a century, when it may be that a colleague has the solution already and is not even aware of the puzzle that it might solve.”

    – Isaac Asimov, The Robots of Dawn –

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    The BIM Handbook: http://adeb-vba.be/the-guide-to-bim.pdf

    ir. arch. François Denis – francois.denis@vub.ac.Be http://www.vub.ac.be/ARCH/ae-lab/

    http://adeb-vba.be/the-guide-to-bim.pdf mailto:francois.denis@vub.ac.Be http://www.vub.ac.be/ARCH/ae-lab/

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