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  • ABPL90331 Dr Dominik Holzer, Semester 2, 2017

    ICT in BUILDING

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    ICT Use by Clients

    and Developers

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    week date class

    1 25/07/2017 Introduction

    2 1/08/2017 History of ICT in the Construction Industry

    3 8/08/2017 Understanding Supply Chain Interaction

    4 15/08/2017 Software Solutions

    5 22/08/2017 Tool Ecologies, CDEs, Cloud based collaboration

    6 29/08/2017 ICT use by Clients and Developers

    7 5/09/2017 MID SEMESTER PREZO

    8 12/09/2017 ICT use by Design Consultants

    9 19/09/2017 ICT use by Head Contractors

    10 3/10/2017 ICT use by Trades/Manufacturers

    11 10/10/2017 ICT use in Facilities & Asset Management

    12 17/10/2017 Class Presentations

    SEMESTER SCHEDULE

  • Image: Kirstin Buehlich, Obermeyer

    Image: excitech

    BIM changes the way we procure & operate assets

  • Chasing the value-add

    Construction

    25%

    Operation & Maintenance

    60%

    Design & Engineering

    15%

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    • The bulk of the life-cycle costs comes after the purchase/construction

    • 45% for energy-related costs, 35% maintenance costs, and the remaining 5% for what is classified as other.

    • Why is it then that so few organizations seem to understand LCCA or apply it when 70% of an asset's costs are wrapped up in energy and maintenance expenses?

    Andrew Gager 2012

    Purpose of a CAFM System

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    Example: UK: PAS 1192:3

  • Example: UK: PAS 1192:2 - EIR

  • It’s the data they are after

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    Managing Data During Design & Construction

    https://vimeo.com/216619628

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    • Help the Facility Manager ensure an organisations assets are fully utilised at the lowest possible cost.

    • Support all of the activities associated with administrative, technical, and infrastructural FM tasks when the facility or building is operational.

    • Support the strategic processes for facilities planning and management.

    • Assist the facilities manager with work reception, planning, control, performance, evaluation and reporting.

    Purpose of a CAFM System

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    • Maintenance costs are usually the second largest single expense  component for facilities... right behind Utility Costs.  For some FM's they  are the largest single expense. 

    Facility Managers can have significant impacts on their operating costs by  understanding how they are performing relative to others and what  opportunities exist to reduce or control maintenance costs

    FMLink

    Purpose of a CAFM System

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    Chasing the value-add

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    Organisational Benefits

    • Cost-effective management of inventory

    • Better support for individual projects

    • Improved reporting

    • Budget preparation and justification:

    • By tracking cost data in each application area and using some of the trend analysis and projection capabilities of CAFM, facilities managers are better able to prepare and justify facilities management budgets.

    • Benchmarking

    • knowing how well your facilities management organization compares to others in the country. CAFM can provide this information in a timely and cost-effective manner.

    Benefits a CAFM brings to facilities management

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    Logging Tasks

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    • Increased productivity of operations and maintenance personnel.

    • Facilities Managers become proactive instead of reactive to facilities' requirements.

    • Reducing and eliminating fire and safety hazards

    • Improved safety and environmental planning capabilities.

    • Reduced compliance violations.

    • Improved disaster planning capabilities.

    • Improved planning capabilities for operational recovery.

    • Fast and accurate reporting on critical facilities information.

    Day to Day FM Benefits

    Benefits a CAFM brings to facilities management

  • Tenant Service Request Trends by day

    Performance trends by work type

    From BIM to TOC – getting the information they need

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    • Improved work methods and procedures.

    • Ability to analyse and audit maintenance and operations functions.

    • Ability to implement programs to conserve energy to comply with the codes and regulations.

    • Data standardisation across the organisation and the elimination of redundant information held by multiple organisations in various degrees of quality and accuracy.

    Day to Day FM Benefits

    Benefits a CAFM brings to facilities management

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    Beyond BIM Managing Precinct/Portfolio Information

    Image: AEC Connect

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    The sochi Syndrome

    The sochi Syndrome: Clients often lack a strategy to procure datasets stemming from BIM over the life-cycle of a project.

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    The lod 500 graveyard

    The LOD 500 graveyard: clients request lod 500, but they don’t have a strategy to  link its data to their fm systems. 

  • BIM Asset Hierarchy

    Priority 1 – Generally Items that require regular/scheduled maintenance and/or are compliance issues.

    Detailed information on manufacturer, model no, serial no, installation date, warranty, expected life, spare parts, service schedule, service history and cost. (see detailed list later)

    Priority 2 – Need detail on manufacturer, model no, serial no, installation date, warranty, expected life and cost.

  • Introduce the client to bim

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    BIM doesn’t come off the shelf

  • Actually: there is no ‘the client’!!!

    Capex || opex Two worlds, often not connected!!!

  • Example: James Cook University

    Image: JCU University

  • Image: JCU University

    Example: James Cook University

  • Image: JCU University

    Example: James Cook University

  • Image: JCU University

    Example: James Cook University

  • Example: James Cook University

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    Example: James Cook University

  • Example: James Cook University

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    BIM Asset Hierarchy: Mechanical

    1) Chillers 2) Boilers 3) Cooling Towers 4) Lifts 5) Pumps 6) Exhaust fans 7) AHU’s, FCU’s & VAV’s 8) Fire dampers 9) Control Valves 10) Packaged AC units

  • Project Objectives

    3 Model Views 1) As Built 2) Asset Manager 3) Space Manager

    OBJECT PROPERTIES

    • Manufacturer name • Model no. • Year • Last maintenance • Next scheduled

    maintenance • Performance

    specifications • URL to manufacturer’s

    site • Maintenance manual

    What information is required?

  • Bim-fm data extraction

  • In terms of naming conventions we are looking at the following

    Venue–Discipline-Level-Zone-Room-Description-Drawing Number-Revision

    That translates to the following:

    · CAD file naming. Venue–Discipline-DocumentNumber-Description-Level(if applicable)-Revision · Drawing File name convention Venue–DisciplineDocumentNumber-Description-Level(if applicable)-Revision · Document File naming Convention Venue–Discipline-DocumentNumber-Description-Level(if applicable)-Revision · BIM File naming Venue–Discipline-Description-Revision

    Asset naming conventions

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    Attributes to be included to the BIM object definition

    • Contact information for the contractor • Product type • Serial number • Bar code/asset tags • Discipline • Replacement cost • Expected life • Document ID and list • Manual name and description • Warrantor name and description • Warranty start and end • Spare ID, type • Spare provider ID list • Spare name and number • Spare description • Suppliers (spare parts) • Maintenance schedule, frequency • Annual maintenance cost • Mechanical Asset register with locations • Electrical asset register with locations • Instruction ID • Instruction name • Instruction description • Product-specific information (e.g. wattage for mechanical