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  • AECOM BIM Scorecard

    AECOM Project Technologies

    2016.Q3

    Constructing Our World:

    THE UK DIGITAL JOURNEY

    23rd March, Auckland

    David Philp

    AECOM Global BIM/IM Consultancy Director

    Chair SFT BIM Working Group

    FICE, FCIOB, FRICS, FInstCES

  • Key Sector Statistics

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    A GLOBAL DRIVE TOWARDS INDUSTRY REFORM

    A backdrop of declining productivity and a low degree of productivity

    Digital and

    Industry 4.0

    Seen as a

    Paradigm

    Shift

  • Bringing National BIM Efforts to a Common European Approach

    Bringing together European Public Approach

    35%

  • The traditional construction business model does not act in the long-term interests of the industry. This is not a hyperbolic statement: it is reality.

    We need to change the way construction does business look at challenging the current construction business model (associated with low margins, low levels of investment in people and R&D, recent issues of poor quality buildings, pushing risk and responsibility down the supply chain etc.)

    We need to learn from best practice and innovation around the world, not just other construction organisation but also other sectors on how to do so.

    Constructions flawed business model

    Siloes with little collaboration Little innovation or R&D spend

  • A re-chipped outcome based sector

    Over Run

    Operate & In-UseNo one has spoken with us till no? Where's our data? Thats not what we wanted!

    Construction and Assembly

    Value Engineering, Change, CEs, VOs

    Over-run

    Strategic definition and briefing We didnt learn any lessons from previous projects. The brief is fuzzy!

    Concept Design Detailed and Construction DesignCapEx Driven

    Soft Landings Talking to our operational friends Learning from previous projects

    Intelligent data

    driven brief

    Create the Virtual Asset: Integrated concurrent engineering / AR /VR

    Outcome based digitized / BIM approach

    Assemble the Physical Asset$$$ Whole-LifeMinimal Change / DfMA Approach

    Maintain the AIM

    Operate & In-Use [POE/Refine]

    A traditional output based process

  • 80% Long TermWLCFixed in first20% Early Design

    Operation &Maintenance

    OpEx 80%

    BusinessCosts

    Organisation Performance 300% x through portfolios

    Data: Learning from our assets / user pull

    Ratio ofCosts Over anAssetLifecycle

    Construct

    Design

    CapEx 20%

    BIM /VDC

    BusinessOutcomes

    Social Performance 3000% x through society

    Lifecycle Data Sciences

    Cognitive Asset Management / Natural language interfaceTelemetry / Analytics

  • We have a long history of promoting reform In the UK construction industry

    1944 The Simon Report The Placing and Management of Building Contracts chaired by Sir Ernest Simon investigated how the placing and management of contracts could improve the efficiency of the construction industry.

    1994 The Latham Report, Constructing the Team By Sir Michael Latham, 1994. Reviewed procurement and contractual arrangements in the UK construction industry, aiming to tackle controversial issues facing the industry during a period of lapse in growth.

    1998 The Egan Report, Rethinking Construction

    The report by Sir John sought to improve performance through eliminating waste or non-value-adding activities from the construction process.

  • A need for reform and technological advancement in construction

    Weve got no money, so weve got to think, New Zealand born physicist, Ernest Rutherford

    A time for sector reform

    Technologically advanced, highly automated, digitalized process flows and a stream of live production data.

    Advanced DfMAHuman robot collaboration / augmenting

  • BIM = Virtual Asset Lifecycle Engineering:

    Allows the virtual production, analysis, evaluation and optimal developmentof an asset in a digital environment that mimics the understanding andbehaviour of the solution to the realization of that solution in reality.

    Build Better Before Built & Operated

    = Better outcomes

    Digital Briefing& Digital

    Procurement

    OptimisedOperation

  • IS019650

    BIMDigital

    EngineeringVDC

    Task Groups, Mandates and StandardsReports and Acceleration Committees

    Smart ICT

    Guides and Road-maps

    Pilots

    AccelerationCommittee,BIM Handbook

  • Digital technology is changing the way we plan, build, maintain and use our social and economic infrastructure.

    Building Information Modelling (BIM) is already transforming the UK construction industry.

    Over the next decade this technology will combinewith the internet of things (providing sensors andother information), advanced data analytics and thedigital economy to enable us to plan newinfrastructure more effectively, build it at lower costand operate and maintain it more efficiently. Aboveall, it will enable citizens to make better use of theinfrastructure we already have.

    This is Digital Built Britain (DBB).

    THE UK SHIFT TOWARDS SECTOR DIGITISATION

  • BIM A Journey Not A Destination

    Social

    Level 4

    Outcomes

    Level 3

    Operational

    Performance

    Level1Better

    InformationManagement

    Stimulating behavioural change within the industry

    OPEXLevel 2

  • 2011 Government Construction strategyThe Government Construction Strategy is the

    framework for a range of work-streams, all of

    which have the ultimate aim of reducing the

    cost of government construction projects by

    15-20% by the end of the current Parliament.

    Ensures the Government consistently gets a

    good deal and the country gets the social

    and economic infrastructure it needs for the

    long-term'

    Procurement / Lean Client Standards / Lean Supply FM / Soft Landings Data and Benchmarking. BIM Strategy Performance Management

  • Benefits of a mandate

    A CENTRALISEDAPPROACH TO BIM:

    ACCLERATINGSUPPLY CHAIN ADOPTION AND CAPABAILITY

    CONSISTENCY THROUGHSTANDARDS AND GUIDANCE

  • 5.2% Space Savings (through Data-based design)

    35% area reduction in complex spaces due to 3D Coordination

    20-30% savings through BIM Based Procurement

    Motor Replacement Case Study 27 day / 11 Man-Hour savings

    UK-Government BIM ROI StudyMultiple opportunities to save time and money across the lifecycle with BIM

  • Level 2 Benefits Realised:

    Encourage collaborative working including early engagement of FM and Operation

    Visualisation & Lifecycle solution testing & preconstruction stage

    Accurate and complete data improving quality of bids, reducing risk allowances in target prices and lump sum bids

    3D model input into the assessment of the impact changes at all stages in a project lifecycle

    Input of a populated asset data set into CAFM systems saving time and avoid duplication

  • CREATING DATA RICH DIGITAL TWINS

  • BIM in DesignBIM in design

  • BIM in DesignBIM in design

  • Escalators monitor operational

    hours, alarms, faults, power

    consumption

    Building Management Systems

    monitor temperature, faults, HVAC,

    weather, powerSCADA manages and monitors

    power systems for electrification

    Smart Stations and Infrastructure

    Ticket Barriers monitor

    passenger flow, capture

    revenue, signal faults

    CCTV security systems, pattern

    recognition

    Information : OperationsInformation in Operations

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    Digital triage of faults

    Performance monitoring predictive and risk-based maintenance

    Sensors and control systems alert faults.

    BIM model visualisation allows remote diagnostics and review

    Information in MaintenanceInformation in Maintenance

  • BIM and DfMA a Mutualism

    Whilst demand is growing for each individually the real benefits happen when these two themes converge. Both share the same value proposition of technological advancement which unlocks improvements in safety, quality, productivity and cost.

  • BIM Library ConceptReducing Cost and Increasing Quality Through Standardisation

    Concept

    Component

    Component Assemblies

    Standardisation / DFMA etc

    Drives down cost here

    Drives up value here

    Speeds up site times, reduces

    risk. Drives down cost here

  • BIM + DfMA: The Adoption Scale

    Key Questions:

    Image courtesy: Bryden Wood

  • BIM

    A

    VERY

    SCOTTISH

    STORY

  • BIM will 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

    Recommendation endorsed by Scottish Ministers

    Supported by 5 supplementary BIM recommendations

  • Pro

    ject

    Org

    anis

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    Data StrategyTemplates

    Asset Management

    &Maintenance

    Start with the end in mind

    TheoreticalPerformanceTargets

    Simulate andTest DesignV Targets

  • 2D PDFs 3D models(native format)

    Non graphicaldata (COBie)

    Starting with the end in mind

    Seamless PIM to AIM

    Understandingthe

    information supply and

    demand cycle

  • What Data Do You Require?

    Motorised valve Yes Stop valve NoPump YesPipes ?Clips No Plant footings NoGrilles ? Acoustic Baffles ?

    Product Type/NameSupplier DetailsMaintenance DataDescriptionLocationAsset TagLifecycle DataRoomWeight DimensionsSerial Number

    Proportionate data requirements that have purpose and value

    What Data?What Assets?

  • Approach To Implementation

    When?To Adopt BIM

    Level 2

    Why?To Adopt BIM

    Level 2

    How?To Adopt BIM

    Level 2

    BIM Level 2 Grading Tool BIM Level 2 Benefits Tool BIM Level 2 Guidance

    https://jonanunson.typeform.com/to/UeebBNhttps://jonanunson.typeform.com/to/UeebBNhttp://bim.staging.smithbrands.com/http://bim.staging.smithbrands.com/

  • BIM Pathfinder Projects

    BIM Pathfinder Projects

    http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjn6P-7nqfLAhXEPxQKHaINBE0QjRwIBw&url=http://www.theguardian.com/uk/2011/nov/16/2012-olympics-logo-edinburgh-castle&psig=AFQjCNETXM6h5bTjk4FdINNlATM_GX5K1g&ust=1457187934196928http://www.google.co.uk/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjn6P-7nqfLAhXEPxQKHaINBE0QjRwIBw&url=http://www.theguardian.com/uk/2011/nov/16/2012-olympics-logo-edinburgh-castle&psig=AFQjCNETXM6h5bTjk4FdINNlATM_GX5K1g&ust=1457187934196928

  • Retained estate is also key

  • WHERE NEXT? THE DIGITAL CONSTRUCTION FUTURE

  • Industry 4.0 is a ubiquitous connection of people, things and machines.

    Enabled by a Level 3 BIM environmentproducts, transport and or tools areexpected to negotiate within a virtual marketplace regarding whichProduction elements could bestaccomplish the next production step. This will create a seamless link betweenthe virtual world and the physical objects within the real world.

    The future of making things Is both digital and physical

  • Industry 4.0 Enabled PlantEmbedded Production Engineering Team

    CONNECTED TOOLS IN MANUFACTURING

  • 5. The performance modelDelivers product performance rather than the product itself. Primary revenue stream from payments for performance delivered.o Products that are in use for what they do, rather than for

    what they areo Provider owns and maintains the producto Clients pays for functionality (pay per use)

    CIRCULAR BUSINESS MODELS

    PHILIPS Pay per LuxI told Philips, Im not interested in the product, just the performance. I want to buy light, and nothing else. Thomas Rau

    CONNECTED TOOLS IN MANUFACTURING

    New product performance models

  • Level 3 Measurement & Feedback and Smart

    Function 1

    Function 2

    Function 3

    Function n

    Organisational Performance

    Multiplied through portfolios

    Social Performance

    Multiplied through society

    Operations/

    Facilities

    Management

    Level 2

    Level 3

    Level 4

    Design Build

    Interoperable Cross Sector Smart Cities & Grids

    Dependency Analytics Using Big Data

  • i3INFORMATIONINTELLIGENCEINTEGRATION

    David Philp Global BIM/IM Consultancy DirectorFICE, FCIOB, FRICS, FInstCES

  • Our assertion:Digitization allows us totest many scenarios, make well informed decisionsabout the future, optimizeprocesses, improve assetperformance, usability and learn form real-time data.

    Better outcome =Better business

  • Organized Data DeliveryHandover usable, digital, indexed design and construction documentation.

  • Returning DataInstant, Catalogued, Cross-referenced & spatially aligned inspection data

  • Real-time access to digital informationAt any point in an assets life cycle we ensure that clients can make more reliable, rapid and informed decisions through access to a persona based dash-board access to their information and natural language queries. Right data, right time, right place.

  • I3 DATA INTEGRATION ENVIRONMENT

  • Data and Information Science

  • Data Management

  • Asset Information Models for whole life value

    From Operational Readiness to Operational Excellence

  • Optimisation of operational delivery

  • CONTINUOUS COMMISSIONINGSet virtual baselines for system performance in the BIM, and monitor/compare real world conditions to enable operating efficiency, predictive maintenance, a

  • Select

    Select replacement hardware based on performance

    Preempt

    Create intelligent assets where predictive analytics allow repair before fail

    Optimize

    Test real performance against modeled performance & optimize operations.

    Performance Tuning and Predictive Maintenance

    Continuous Commissioning

  • Edge analytics and dynamic performance optimisation

    IoT and operational technology convergence. Data analytics transforming how to make better informed operational decisions

    Network Connectivity Operational Intelligence

    Adaptive Planning

    Pe

    rform

    ance

    An

    alysis

  • The benefits of asset intelligence

  • WHAT LESSONS DID WE LEARN?

  • Has an appropriate Level of BIM

    Maturity beendetermined?

    Have requirementsbeen defined

    anddocumented?

    Does theSupply chain

    have the BIM capability and capacity ?

    Has BIMbeen includedin all contracts

    and appointments?

    Are theappropriate

    standards beingused to

    create the PIM?

    ?

    Has allverified and

    validateddata been

    handed over ?

    ?

    Does thePIM incorporate

    manufacturerand specialist

    Sub-contractor data ?

    ?

    Is therean Asset

    InformationModel strategy

    In place?

    ?

    Is a common data environment being utilised?

    Is there a feedback / lessons learned loop in place?

    KEY LEARNINGS

    Clients need to steer the outcomes they necessitate rather than leave the outcome be shaped by their supply chain.

    This requires clear definition of common data standards and information management processes to support and integrated asset life-cycle.

    Support purposeful collaboration and lean working practices across stakeholders.

  • KEY LEARNINGS

    Remember people and collaborative behaviours are the key

    Always start with the end in mind and have clear purpose for your data both during the delivery and operational stages.

    Encourage collaborative working including early engagement of FM and Operation. Digital AIM.

    Common Date Environment and Master Data Management are essential ingredients.

    Structured data - Asset definitions, Deliverable templates, Information metrics.

    Information management and data deliverable processes

  • and proportionate

    BIM Strategy:

    Better

    Outcomes

  • AECOM BIM Scorecard

    AECOM Project Technologies

    2016.Q3

    Constructing Our World Presentation:

    THANK YOU

    23rd March, Auckland

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