Rob Sargent, Stride Treglown – The Impact of BIM

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Transcript Rob Sargent, Stride Treglown – The Impact of BIM

The impact of BIM: An Architect’s Perspective
About Stride Treglown
Formed in 1953
10th largest practice in the UK
76th largest practice in the world
£14m turnover (2012)
80% retained clients
Secured over 50 frameworks throughout the UK
245 members of staff
Quality Assured to ISO 9001 / ISO 14001 Environmental
Management and BS OHSAS 1800 accredited
Investors in People and CHAS accredited
We are a ‘Building Top 300’ company
What is BIM?
BIM is ‘Building Information Modelling’
• A collaborative process of virtual design, construction
and management of buildings
• The use of BIM unites design phase; construction
phase and post construction phases including facility
management.
• It means understanding and controlling the data flow
through these phases, ensuring leanness in its
handling and therefore driving efficiency.
• If we make the construction process more efficient and
eliminate uncertainties before construction, we can
drive down cost
More dimensions
4D Time
(Phasing/Sequencing)
5D Cost.
(Measuring/Estimating)
6D Life Cycle.
(Building Owner / FM)
And the list goes on...
11D?
Levels of BIM Collaboration
Level 1
• Lonely BIM
Architect
M+E
Structure
Contractor
Level 2
• Shared BIM
Architect
M+E
Structure
Contractor
Level 3
• Integrated BIM
Architect
Structure
M+E
Contractor
Why BIM?
Reduce Operation Costs
Most of a buildings cost is in it’s operation
£1=£10=£100
Design
Construct
Operate
Why from the Government?
Digital Leaders
Inefficient Industry
UK construction costs 20% more than Europe
Singapore takes ½ hour to register a planning application
All US projects have to be delivered in BIM
Zero Change contracts now possible
2016 All Government projects to be Level 2 Shared BIM
Access to Information
• A shared knowledge resource to support decision-making
• Improved coordination
• Increased efficiency
• Better decisions
“A model should provide access to all graphic and non graphic
information about a building, as an integrated resource”
The Design Process
3D Virtual Design
2D Formation
Use
Construction
More Output for Less Input
BIM forces collaboration
"BIM is a 21st Century
campfire - it gathers people
together."
David Philp, Cabinet Office
What are the challenges?
A whole new world
The process of change
denial
resistance
commitment
exploration
New www.ribaplanofwork.com
Sub-Structure
Super-Structure
Mechanical & Electrical
Fit-out
Shell
We have this…
… and hope for this…
… to produce this
But we get this…
… and this…
… and have to produce this.
Twin tracking
traditional bim
bim
Exemplar industry response?
Furniture’s Light Bulb Moment
Embedded data
…driving 100 hits a day
When are you having yours?
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