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CON453 Construction Technology Arizona State University | Del E. Webb School of Construction COURSE PROJECT: BIM Project Execution Plan (20% of Course Grade) DELIVERABLES: Due Date 9/25/20 @ 11:59AM 10/12/2020 @ 11:59AM 10/23/2020 @ 11:59AM 11/20/2020 @ 11:59AM Deliverable [Group] Initial work breakdown report [Group] Full PxP Draft and updated work breakdown report [Individual] Submit two PxP evaluation documents [Group] Final PxP highlighting changes, and updated work breakdown report Required Format PDF submitted to Canvas PDF submitted to Canvas Completion of two Google forms related to this PDF submitted to Canvas You will be working in groups of 3-4 individuals to complete this project. You may select your own teammates, but you must all be in the same CON 453 lecture section. Please note: While this group project is intended to lead to a group grade for all components except the individual PxP review documents, the instructor reserves the right to assign individual grades for the PxP if there is not an even distribution of work. PROJECT OVERVIEW: For this semester project, you will be developing a BIM Project Execution Plan (PxP) for a new healthcare clinic to be built in Tempe, AZ. You will be required to define at least eight BIM uses that you intend to use on this project, based on the value propositions that your team defines. You will need to make sure that at least one of your chosen uses can offer value in the early planning or design phases and another BIM use must offer value for the operations phase. The BIM uses should be chosen from among those listed in the PxP Guide. If you have a different BIM use that you would like to include that is not a part of the PxP Guide, consult with the instructor first. Other than these requirements, you may select whatever eight uses you would like. 1 INITIAL WORK BREAKDOWN REPORT: The Initial Work Breakdown Report will document your team’s work plan for generating the PxP throughout this semester. In this report, be sure to include: 1. Cover page with your chosen company name, team member names, date, class section. 2. BIM PxP Division of Labor. (Bolded tasks indicate those that relate to core PxP development tasks. These may take more time and require more team member input.) PxP Project Task Primary Supporting Developer(s): Developers: PxP Cover Page PxP Table of Contents PxP Section A: Plan Overview PxP Section B: Project Information PxP Section C: Key Project Contacts PxP Section D: Project Goals/BIM Uses PxP Section E: Organizational Roles/Staffing PxP Section F: BIM Process Design PxP Section G: BIM Information Exchanges PxP Section H: BIM and Facility Data Requirements PxP Section I: Collaboration Procedures PxP Section J: Quality Control PxP Section K: Technological Infrastructure Needs PxP Section L: Model Structure PxP Section M: Project Deliverables 2 Internal Due Date PxP Section N: Delivery Strategy/Contract PxP Section O: Attachments – BIM Use Selection Worksheet PxP Section O: Attachments – Level 1 Process Map PxP Section O: Attachments – Level 2 Process Maps PxP Section O: Attachments – Information Exchange Worksheet PxP Section O: Attachments – Model Definition Worksheet PxP: Proofreading and submitting Add other tasks or subdivide current tasks, if necessary. 3. Communication/meeting procedures: Your company must define your chosen methods for communication during this project. You may choose several methods of communication. (Ex: Monday morning meetings with a Thursday evening Skype meeting). 4. Plan for conflict resolution - You must develop a plan to resolve issues that may arise on a project including: Disagreements between team members; Lack of performance, participation, or attendance by a team member; Or other issues you foresee. 3 PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN (PXP) This portion of the project will require you to develop a BIM Project Execution Plan (PxP). You will need to use the BIM PxP template from the Penn State BIM Project Execution Planning Guide. A modified version of this template will be provided with some pertinent project information already included. You are expected to add and modify content in this document so that it relates to this particular project and your specific approach to construction. Do not simply “cut and paste” content that is in the PxP Template. [Group] Mid-Semester PxP and project status update • This initial submission requires you to complete all portions of the BIM PxP template related to your project, including all sub-templates. • You must also include an updated work breakdown table showing who in your group has completed what portions of the PxP. [Individual] PxP Review documents • The instructor will provide you with two PxPs developed by other teams in your class. You must review and provide detailed feedback for these PxPs (examples and further explanation with be given at a later date). [Group] Final PxP • After you receive feedback on your PxP, it is likely that you will want to make changes to your PxP. The final PxP submitted should reflect any modifications that you made to your initial plan submission. • Include a cover page(s) on your PxP that has a table explaining what you changed since your initial submission. You should include both: feedback you received on your mid-semester PxP; and how you have addressed this feedback and in what specific sub-sections or pages the changes can be seen in your Final PxP. If you get more than one comment suggesting a similar change, you may list it a single time in this table. • Include an updated work breakdown table showing who has completed what portions of the final PxP. The PxP project grade percentage will be determined by: 80% Group project grade + 20% Grade of your individual PxP reviews 100% Total possible percentage on PxP project This grade is worth 20% of your final grade. 4 CON453 Construction Technology Presenter: Prof Steven K. Ayer Associate Professor Del E. Webb School of Construction Arizona State University Prof Chase Farnsworth Faculty Associate Del E. Webb School of Construction Arizona State University Announcements • PxP’s due on 10/12/20 at 11:59 AM on Canvas • One PDF file that includes all sections and attachments • One person may submit for group • Make sure all figures are actually readable (i.e. You will not receive constructive feedback on unreadable content.) • Updated work breakdown report • Usual weekly quiz this week • Attend lab next week for Technology Project Overview – Also look for dedicated ConTECHxt Step 1: Identify Goals and Uses BIM and Project Phases BIM Uses Step 2: Define Execution Process Level 1 Process Maps Level 2 Process Maps Step 3: Develop Information Exchanges Information Exchanges The information passed from one party to another in the BIM process. The parties involved should agree upon and understand what information will be exchanged. These are often in the form of deliverables from a process that will be required as a resource for future processes. BIM PxP Guide – Chapter 4 •Developing Information Exchanges –Information Exchange Worksheet BIM PxP Guide – Chapter 4 •Identify information exchanges from level 1 process map •Identify information requirements •Assign authors of information •Compare output vs input information Develop Information Exchanges • Downstream BIM uses affected by upstream uses – Information not authored upstream? – Then it must be created – Potential challenges with this? • Workflow • Productivity • Information quality Activity! • Defining Information Exchanges • In your breakout groups, brainstorm a list of considerations necessary to ensure the expectations between information developer and receiver are aligned. • Define how each could be addressed • Report out to class Develop Information Exchanges (PxP) • What information is necessary to realize the desired BIM use? • Who needs information? – When? – In what format? • Who develops and transmits information? • What level of detail/development is needed? – Detail – How much is included in model – Development – How reliable is the model Develop Information Exchanges • How do we communicate level of detail needs? – BIM Ex Guide (Less frequently used in industry) Less Detail More Detail • C – Schematic size and location • B – General size and location, include parameter data • A – Accurate size and location, includes materials and object parameters Develop Information Exchanges • How do we communicate level of development needs? – AGC BIM Forum (More frequently used in industry) Less Developed More Developed • LOD 100 – Symbol or generic representation • LOD 200 – Approximate quantities, size, shape, location, and orientation • LOD 300 – Specific system, object or assembly in terms of quantity, size, shape, and orientation • LOD 350 – Specific system, object or assembly in terms of quantity, size, shape, orientation, and interfaces with other systems. • LOD 400 – LOD 350 + detailing, fabrication, assembly, and installation information • LOD 500 – Model is field verified size, shape, location, quantity, and orientation [Brief] Activity! •At your tables, consider the following example information exchanges and define a LOD necessary for each: 1.Architectural model to support BIM-based site utilization planning 2.Mechanical model to enable digital fabrication of HVAC ductwork 3.MEP models to enable owner to use for downstream renovations and maintenance Develop Information Exchanges Change these columns to align to your BIM uses identified (Step 1) and information exchanges identified (Step 2) SD Architect .XLS, .SKP Excel and Sketchup 2014 DD CM / Trade Contractors .RVT Revit 2014 C – 100 Owner/Arch A-300 Eng A-300 Eng -Define the information needed to produce each BIM use. -Responsible Party for each use is in charge of gathering information required and filling out categories in Model Element Breakdown Develop Information Exchanges If there are different LOD’s required between different uses in these phases (refer to your L1 process map), define LOD’s on the high/safe side since at least one use will require this. .XLS, .SKP, .RVT Excel, Sketchup, Revit 2014 .RVT Revit 2014 .RVT Revit 2014 C-100 Owner/Arch B-200 Arch B-200 Arch A-300 Eng A-300 Eng -Model progression throughout lifecycle of project. -Information from this section should be extracted from Info Exchange with any additional necessary information Step 4: Defining Supporting Infrastructure Defining Supporting Infrastructure • BIM PxP overview – BIM mission statement – Establish importance of plan • Project information – – – – – – – – Project owner Project name Project location and address Contract type/Delivery method Brief project description BIM process design Project numbers Project schedule, phases, milestones Defining Supporting Infrastructure • Key project contacts – One representative from each stakeholder: Owner, designer, consultant, contractor, subcontractors, manufacturers, suppliers • Project BIM goals/ BIM uses (Step 1) – List of goals and uses – Identify underlying reasons why particular uses were chosen • Organizational roles and staffing – Who will be responsible for what and when on the project related to BIM • BIM process design (Step 2) – Level 1 and 2 process maps Defining Supporting Infrastructure • BIM information exchanges (Step 3) – Developed information exchanges • BIM and facility data requirements – Owner-specific BIM requirements • Collaboration procedures – Communication, document management, record storage – Meetings/Collaborative logistics – where, when how • Quality control – – – – Visual checks – Are there unintended model components? Interference check – Do model components fit together? Standards check – Is model up to the agreed upon standard? Element Validation – Is there any undefined or incorrectly defined elements? Defining Supporting Infrastructure • Technology infrastructure – Software – Hardware – Modeling standards • Model structure – File naming structure – How models will be separated – Measurement and coordinate system • Project deliverables – What is required contractually • Delivery strategy – Delivery method, Contract type, Work breakdown structure – Team selection procedures – BIM contract language Defining Supporting Infrastructure Activity! -In groups, define a list of problems that could arise when using BIM without a PxP. -Which PxP section should theoretically prevent this problem? -How/why would it offer value? Step 1 content Step 2 content Step 3 content Step 1-3 content PxP Step 4 Development Strategies •Check examples posted to Canvas •Review PxP internally –Can you think of anything related to a given section that would be necessary, but is not currently explained? If so, add it. •After drafting PxP discuss all sections with whole team –Are there any contradictory elements in it? If so, change them. PxP Procedure 1. Identify BIM goals and uses 1. Design BIM Project Execution Process 1. Develop information exchanges 1. Define supporting infrastructure for BIM Upcoming Work • PxP’s due on 10/12/20 at 11:59 AM on Canvas • One PDF file that includes all sections and attachments • One person may submit for group • Make sure all figures are actually readable (i.e. You will not receive constructive feedback on unreadable content.) • Updated work breakdown report • Usual weekly quiz this week • Attend lab next week for Technology Project Overview – Also look for dedicated ConTECHxt BIM PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 FOR Century Centre DEVELOPED BY Bilden-Strong-Tingz This BIM Project Execution Plan (PxP) was produced by Bilden-Strong-Tingz to make a general vision alongside the usage points of interest of the development of Century Center to be worked in 1156 Dundas Street (Exist.) 450 McCormick Blvd (Prop.), City of London, Canada. This proposed redevelopment of the McCormick Site, project number 001, and has prevision to start the development in January of 2018, and to be finished in two years [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] BIM PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 FOR Century Centre DEVELOPED BY Bilden-Strong-Tingz TABLE OF CONTENTS SECTION A: BIM PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN OVERVIEW.................................................................................. 1 SECTION B: PROJECT INFORMATION................................................................................................................ 3 SECTION C: KEY PROJECT CONTACTS ............................................................................................................ 5 SECTION D: PROJECT GOALS / BIM USES ....................................................................................................... 7 SECTION E: ORGANIZATIONAL ROLES / STAFFING ............................................................................................ 8 SECTION F: BIM PROCESS DESIGN............................................................................................................... 10 SECTION G: BIM INFORMATION EXCHANGES.................................................................................................. 11 SECTION H: BIM AND FACILITY DATA REQUIREMENTS .................................................................................... 12 SECTION I: COLLABORATION PROCEDURES .................................................................................................. 13 SECTION J: QUALITY CONTROL .................................................................................................................... 17 SECTION K: TECHNOLOGICAL INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS ................................................................................. 19 SECTION L: MODEL STRUCTURE ................................................................................................................... 21 SECTION M: PROJECT DELIVERABLES ............................................................................................................ 22 SECTION N: DELIVERY STRATEGY / CONTRACT .............................................................................................. 23 SECTION O: ATTACHMENTS ........................................................................................................................... 24 BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 ii [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] SECTION A: BIM PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN OVERVIEW To successfully implement Building Information Modeling (BIM) on a project, the project team has developed this detailed BIM Project Execution Plan. The BIM Project Execution Plan defines uses for BIM on the project (e.g. design authoring, cost estimating, and design coordination), along with a detailed design of the process for executing BIM throughout the project lifecycle. The mission of this BIM Project Execution Plan is fundamentally to diagram the usage of the BIM utilizes that are of high enthusiasm to Centurion Developments (the owner, for example, • Design/Constructability Review • Cost Estimation • 3D Coordination • Site Utilization Planning • Phase Planning • Record Modelling We will likewise exhibit the BIM utilizes that Bilden-Strong-Tingz has recognized as potential BIM uses that would convey an incentive to this and future comparable projects, which include: • Design Authoring • • • Lighting Analysis Digital Fabrication Energy Analysis BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 1 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] Here are some additional BIM uses 1. Strategy of the Work 2. Preparation and Brief( The Development of Project Outcomes- The scope Of the Project) 3. Collaboration and Coordination with all the Stakeholders 4. Sharing Information 5. Reliable Information 6. Simulate and Visualize 7. Concept Design ( This would include the outline proposal of the design) 8. Development Design (Size, Shape, Location and Orientation as per the Level of Development 300 9. Sequence the Step with all the Stakeholder 10. Conflict Detection and Risk Mitigation 11. Structural Analysis 12. Collect the Data 13. Maintain Control 14. Drawing Production 15. Design Review BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 2 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] SECTION B: PROJECT INFORMATION 1. PROJECT OWNER: CENTURION DEVELOPMENTS 137 DUNDAS STREET LONDON, ONTARIO CA 2. PROJECT NAME: CAPSTONE PROJECT 3. PROJECT LOCATION AND ADDRESS: 1156 DUNDAS STREET (EXIST.) 450 MCCORMICK BLVD (PROP.) 4. CONTRACT TYPE / DELIVERY METHOD: INTEGRATED PROJECT DELIVERY 5. BRIEF PROJECT DESCRIPTION: THE DEVELOPER IS LOOKING FOR 40 STOREY MIX-USED BUILDING IN DOWN-TOWN AREA . THE FIRST 6TH STOREY OF THE BUILDING WILL BE COMMERCIAL WHILE FROM RESIDENTIAL PURPOSE AND REST OF THE TOP PART (34TH TO 40TH 7TH TO 33TH FLOORS WILL BE CONSTRUCTED FOR THE FLOOR) WILL BE PENT-HOUSE. ALSO THERE WILL BE LEVEL BASEMENT PARKING AND SOME SPACE AVAILABLE FOR THE OPEN SURFACE PARKING . 6. ADDITIONAL PROJECT INFORMATIONPE 7. PROJECT NUMBERS: PROJECT INFORMATION NUMBER CONTRACT NUMBER: 461-2018 TASK ORDER: 061 PROJECT NUMBER: 05 BUILDING NUMBER 451 PROJECT PHASE / ESTIMATED START DATE MILESTONE ESTIMATED COMPLETION PROJECT STAKEHOLDERS DATE INVOLVED FEASIBILITY STUDIES 01/06/17 01/07/17 Centurion Developments PRELIMINARY PLANNING 01/07/17 15/07/17 Centurion Developments PROGRAMMING 15/07/17 01/08/17 Centurion Developments DESIGN DOCUMENTS 01/08/17 01/09/18 Centurion Developments STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DESIGN 01/09/17 01/10/17 Centurion Developments, CONSTRUCTION DOCUMENTS 01/10/17 01/11/17 Centurion Developments BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 3 3 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] COST ESTIMATION 01/11/17 10/11/17 Centurion Developments BIDDING 10/11/17 10/12/17 Centurion Developments NOTICE TO PROCEED 10/12/17 10/12/17 Centurion Developments SITE UTILIZATION PLANNING 15/12/17 20/12/17 Centurion Developments MECHANICAL CLASH DETECTION 15/12/17 20/12/17 Centurion Developments CREW MOBILIZATION 20/12/17 01/01/18 Centurion Developments CONSTRUCTION 01/01/18 01/01/20 Centurion Developments RECORD MODELING 01/01/20 31/01/2020 Centurion Developments ENERGY ANALYSIS 31/02/2021 31/03/2021 Centurion Developments BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 4 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] SECTION C: KEY PROJECT CONTACTS ROLE ORGANIZATION Project Manager Bilden-StrongTingz BIM Manager Bilden-StrongTingz Structural Design Batra Engineering 1- General Company CONTACT NAME LOCATION E-MAIL PHONE Sanjeev Kumar 1764 Oxford Street east London Ontario CA Sanjeev1004@gmail.com 226-505-3380 Amandeep Singh Batra 1764 Oxford Street east London Ontario CA Amanbatra98@gmail.com 519-854-2036 Parth Patel,Amandeep Singh Batra,Varinder Singh 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd London, Ontario. CA Amanbatra98@gmail.com Parthpatel2612@gmail.com 519-85422036, 519-7023236 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd London, Ontario. CA Sid3420@gmail.com Prena,Shreya,Jaswinder, Umut 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd London, Ontario. CA Shai1992@gmail.com 519-852-8037 Bst.mat@gmail.com 646-287-3277 Structural Design Anuj Engineering 2Anuj, Sidhartha, Shiva 1 Company General(Detailing) Architectural ShreeCon Consultant Contractor Representative Bilden-StrongTingz Marco Torres 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd London, Ontario. CA Digital fabrication manager Pixar digital fabrication Gulshan jassal 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd London, Ontario. CA gulshjee@gmail.com 519-636-0183 MEP Design 1HVAC Design + Units Area and Voltz Linu , Savan , Anu 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd London, Ontario. CA Anu38@gmail.com 223-312-2414 Narendra, Parshant, Jayesh 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd London, Ontario. CA sunny@batra.com 480-772-5353 MEP Design 2Plumbing + Electrical Design + Units Legal issue manager Batra law farm Sunny batra 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd London, Ontario. CA Construction Team Strom-FloodKalkan Hiren, Vivek, Shiva 2 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd London, Ontario. CA Material tracking manager Makkah 47 tracking Rinku batra 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd London, Ontario. CA Rinku.batra@tracking47.com 223-345-2774 Cost estimation manager Bilden-StrongTingz Gagandeep singh batra 1764 Oxford Street east London Ontario CA Gaganbatra51@gmail.com 289-821-0812 437-998-1363 BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 5 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 6 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] SECTION D: PROJECT GOALS / BIM USES 1. MAJOR BIM GOALS / OBJECTIVES: Priority (1-3) 1- Most Important 2. Goal Description Potential BIM Uses Value added objectives 2 Increase Field Productivity 1 Increase effectiveness of Design 3 Accurate 3D Record Model for FM Team 3 2 1 3 3 2 Increase effectiveness of Sustainable Goals Track progress during construction Identify concerns accosiated with phasing on campus Review Design progress Quickly Asses cost associated with design changes Eliminate field conflicts Design Reviews, 3D Coordination Design Authoring, Design Reviews, 3D Coordination Record Model, 3D Coordination Engineering Analysis, LEED Evaluation 4D Modeling 4D Modeling Design Reviews Cost Estimation 3D Coordination BIM USE ANALYSIS WORKSHEET: ATTACHMENT 1 Reference www.engr.psu.edu/bim/download for BIM Goal & Use Analysis Worksheet. Attach BIM Use analysis Worksheet as Attachment 1. 3. BIM USES: X PROGRAMMING X X DESIGN AUTHORING SITE ANALYSIS X DESIGN REVIEWS X 3D COORDINATION PLAN DESIGN X CONSTRUCT SITE UTILIZATION PLANNING CONSTRUCTION SYSTEM DESIGN X OPERATE BUILDING MAINTENANCE SCHEDULING X ENERGY ANALYSIS 3D COORDINATION ASSET MANAGEMENT DIGITAL FABRICATION SPACE MANAGEMENT / TRACKING LIGHTING ANALYSIS 3D CONTROL AND PLANNING DISASTER PLANNING ENERGY ANALYSIS RECORD MODELING STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS X X X X X RECORD MODELING MECHANICAL ANALYSIS OTHER ENG. ANALYSIS SUSTAINABLITY (LEED) EVALUATION CODE VALIDATION PHASE PLANNING (4D MODELING) PHASE PLANNING (4D MODELING) X COST ESTIMATION COST ESTIMATION X EXISTING CONDITIONS MODELING EXISTING CONDITIONS MODELING PHASE PLANNING (4D MODELING) PHASE PLANNING (4D MODELING) COST ESTIMATION COST ESTIMATION EXISTING CONDITIONS MODELING EXISTING CONDITIONS MODELING BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 7 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] SECTION E: ORGANIZATIONAL ROLES / STAFFING 1. BIM ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: BIM ROLE BIM Manager RESPONSIBILITIES Manage the process of virtually constructing the facility and documenting the design contract documents accurately. In addition, he leads the BIM coordination meetings. Client Facing Staff & Have a great experience with BIM in order to speak the language, show the vision of the company, make Business Developers achievable promises and establish a great relationship\ with the client. BIM Legal Team Update contracts and create contents that meet the BIM scope. Initial Design Team Work in the first stages, making design collaboration meetings with the client to initiate the design within a BIM environment. Project Production Staff Performed by the BIM technicians who detail and materialize the design ideas produced by the Initial Design into the BIM models, designs, engineering, and construction documentation. They are BIM software modeling expert with solid understanding of their specific design discipline. Estimators Adjust the BIM Models for the quantity take-off and the cost analysis and calculate the costs to obtain the cost estimation. 2. BIM USE STAFFING: NUMBER OF TOTAL ESTIMATED STAFF FOR BIM USE WORKER HOURS BIM USE ORGANIZATION Design Review ShreeCon Consultant 4 Cost Estimating Bilden-StrongTingz 3 LOCATION(S) LEAD CONTACT 40 hours 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd London, Ontario. CA Shaify 20 hours 1764 Oxford Street east London Ontario CA Gagandeep singh batra Sandeep Shridhar/ Gagandeep singh batra/ Shaify Sanjeev Kumar 3D Coordination ShreeCon Consultant/ Bilden-StrongTingz/ HoldenPeeples-Levelle 5 40 hours 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd London, Ontario. CA/1001 Fanshawe College Blvd London, Ontario. CA/1764 Oxford Street east London Ontario CA Site utilization planning Bilden-StrongTingz 2 20 hours 1764 Oxford Street east London Ontario CA Phase planning Bilden-StrongTingz 3 30 hours 1764 Oxford Street east London Amandeep Singh Batra Ontario CA Record Modelling ShreeCon Consultant/ Bilden-StrongTingz 4 40 hours 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd London, Ontario. CA/1764 Oxford Street east London Ontario CA Shaify/ Amandeep Singh Batra Design Authoring ShreeCon Consultant 5 50 hours 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd London, Ontario. CA Shaify BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 8 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] BIM USE [28/11/2017] ORGANIZATION Lighting Analysis Area and Voltz Digital Fabrication Pixar digital fabrication NUMBER OF TOTAL ESTIMATED STAFF FOR BIM USE WORKER HOURS 6 3 LOCATION(S) LEAD CONTACT 36 hours 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd London, Ontario. CA Ash ketch 25 hours 1001 Fanshawe College Blvd London, Ontario. CA Gulshan jassal BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 9 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] SECTION F: BIM PROCESS DESIGN 1. LEVEL ONE PROCESS OVERVIEW MAP: ATTACHMENT 2 The Level One Process Overview Map is attached at Section O of this Report as Attachment 2. 2. LIST OF LEVEL TWO – DETAILED BIM USE PROCESS MAP(S): ATTACHMENT 3 The Detailed BIM Use Process Maps of the BIM Uses listed below are attached at Section O of this Report as Attachment 3. a. Design/Constructability Reviews b. Cost Estimation c. 3D Coordination d. Site Utilization Planning e. Phase Planning f. Record Modeling g. Design Authoring h. Lighting Analysis i. Digital Fabrication j. Energy Analysis BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 10 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] SECTION G: BIM INFORMATION EXCHANGES Model elements by discipline, level of detail, and any specific attributes important to the project are documented using information exchange worksheet. See Chapter Four: Defining the Requirements for Information Exchanges in the BIM Project Execution Planning Guide for details on completing this template. 1. LIST OF INFORMATION EXCHANGE WORKSHEET(S): ATTACHMENT 4 The following are examples. Modify for specific project. Some Information Exchanges may need to be removed, while some Information Exchanges may need to be added. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. m. n. o. p. q. 2. Existing Conditions Modeling Cost Estimation Phase Planning (4D Modeling) Programming Site Analysis Design Reviews Design Authoring Energy Analysis Structural Analysis Lighting Analysis 3D Coordination Site Utilization Planning 3D Control and Planning Record Modeling Maintenance Scheduling Building System Analysis [Delete unused information exchanges from list] MODEL DEFINITION WORKSHEET: ATTACHMENT 5 (Attach Model Definition Worksheet) BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 11 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] SECTION H: BIM AND FACILITY DATA REQUIREMENTS For this project several BIM uses were previously listed by the owner, as show at section A of this BIM Project Execution Plan. The developer is looking to add approximately 1900-2100 SF of Building area per floor, including the lower level, to the existing building. With every floor plate incorporating as much future spaces as possible for rental purposes. The owner has specifically identified several BIM uses Design/Constructability Reviews, Cost Estimation, 3D Coordination, Site Utilization Planning, Phase Planning and Record Modeling – and also required Bilden- Strong-Tingz to define some additional BIM uses that would add value for this particular project. BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 12 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] SECTION I: COLLABORATION PROCEDURES 1. COLLABORATION STRATEGY: For a full coordination and collaboration of the team, the communication to the development of the project will occur through weekly in-person meetings at Wednesday afternoons. In addition, the company’s members will maintain a virtual communication by Google Hangout and Gmail. The project data and information sharing will be established using Google Drive online storage. All members will have access to the company’s Google account and they will update the project files periodically. In case of disagreement between team members, all members should gather to analyze each side and find a solution that better achieve the project goals. If some member starts to have lack of performance, participation, or attendance, the rest of the team will talk with him/her to understand the situation. Thus, a way to compensate this will be established. 2. MEETING PROCEDURES: MEETING TYPE PROJECT STAGE FREQUENCY PARTICIPANTS LOCATION BIM REQUIREMENTS KICK-OFF Planning One Time Bilden-Strong-Tingz and stakeholders 1764 Oxford Street east London Ontario CA BIM EXECUTION PLAN DEMONSTRATION Planning Monthly Bilden-Strong-Tingz and stakeholders 1764 Oxford Street east London Ontario CA DESIGN COORDINATION Construction Weekly or as-needed Bilden-Strong-Tingz and stakeholders 1764 Oxford Street east London Ontario CA CONSTRUCTION OVER-THESHOULDER PROGRESS REVIEWS Construction Weekly or as-needed Bilden-Strong-Tingz and stakeholders 1764 Oxford Street east London Ontario CA ANY OTHER BIM MEETINGS THAT OCCURS WITH MULTIPLE PARTIES Any Stage As-needed Bilden-Strong-Tingz and stakeholders 1764 Oxford Street east London Ontario CA BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 13 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] 3. [28/11/2017] MODEL DELIVERY SCHEDULE OF INFORMATION EXCHANGE FOR SUBMISSION AND APPROVAL: Below are some information exchanges that are going to be handled within Google Drive between project team members and stakeholders. The most common software used in this project are listed below: ● Revit 2017 (Design Build Suite - Autodesk); ● Navisworks Manage 2017 (Autodesk); ● Sketch UP Make 2017 (Google); ● Bluebeam Revu (Bluebeam Software); ● etc. INFORMATION EXCHANGE Design Exchange FILE SENDER FILE RECEIVER Architect (Shaify) Google Drive (stakeholders) DUE ONE-TIME or DATE or FREQUENCY START DATE One Time or as-needed 01/09/17 MODEL MODEL FILE SOFTWARE Arch Revit 2017 Bluebeam NATIVE FILE FILE EXCHANGE TYPE TYPE .rvt .pdf Revu 3D Coordination models Bilden-StrongTingz Google Drive (stakeholders) Weekly or as-needed 20/12/17 Constr Navisworks Manage 2017 .pdf .nwd .pdf Bluebeam Revu Fabrication Coordination Mechanical Engineer Google Drive (stakeholders) Weekly or as-needed 20/12/17 Constr Model Revit 2017 Bluebeam .rvt .pdf Google Drive Models (Shaify) (stakeholders) .rvt .ifc .pdf Revit 2017 Architect .nwd .ifc .rvt Revu Design Intent .rvt .ifc .rvt .rvt Weekly 01/11/17 Design Bluebeam Revu BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 .ifc .pdf .pdf 14 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] 4. [28/11/2017] INTERACTIVE WORKSPACE The headquarter of Bilden-Strong-Tingz is located at 1764 Oxford Street East London, Ontario CA. The initial phases of planning and design of the facility will be executed at this location, as well as the regular meetings with the other parties involved in the project. All the organizations involved in the project, such as the Design Company –How I Drew Your House, the Engineering Company –The Holden-Peeples-Levelle, and legal Issues Firm –Pearson Specter, have also their own facilities. Bilden-Strong-Tingz will also have a temporary facility installed at the construction site to facilitate a proper execution of the BIM uses during construction phases BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 15 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] 5. [28/11/2017] ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION PROCEDURES: All electronic communication is going to be performed through Google Drive and Google Hangout. The email of the company has enough capacity to store all data required for this project. The file location and file structure name for our project files are defined at the following table. FILE LOCATION Google Drive server FILE STRUCTURE / NAME FILE TYPE PASSWORD FILE PROTECT MAINTAINER PROJECT FOLDER FOLDER YES CONSTRUCTION_DOCUME NTS FOLDER FOLDER No Bilden-StrongTingz ONCE ARCH FOLDER FOLDER No Bilden-StrongTingz ONCE MECH FOLDER FOLDER No Bilden-StrongTingz ONCE STRUCT FOLDER FOLDER No Bilden-StrongTingz ONCE No Bilden-StrongTingz DAILY Google Drive server>PROJECT FOLDER Google Drive server>PROJECT FOLDER>CONSTRUCTI ON_DOCUMENTS Google Drive server>PROJECT FOLDER>CONSTRUCTI ON_DOCUMENTS Google Drive server>PROJECT FOLDER>CONSTRUCTI ON_DOCUMENTS Google Drive server>PROJECT FOLDER>CONSTRUCTI ON_DOCUMENTS>(ARC H/MECH/PROJECT FILES) Bilden-StrongTingz UPDATED ONCE NWD. RVT. PROJECT FILES PDF. SKP. BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 16 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] SECTION J: QUALITY CONTROL 1. OVERALL STRATEGY FOR QUALITY CONTROL: The quality inspections will be implemented during the execution of each activity, during the equipment and material delivery, and by the development of a virtual mock up. For each activity, inspection will occur at the beginning of the work, permitting the early identification of issues. In the case of equipment and material delivery, the inspection will be executed when they arrive in the construction site, identifying non-conformity before they be used, such as defects in equipment, broken material or wrong material model. 2. QUALITY CONTROL CHECKS: The following checks should be performed to assure quality. CHECKS DEFINITION RESPONSIBLE PARTY SOFTWARE PROGRAM(S) FREQUENCY VISUAL CHECK Ensure there are no unintended model components and the design intent has been followed Contractor NAVISWORK MANAGE Sampling prior to model delivery INTERFERENCE CHECK Detect problems in the model where two building components are clashing including soft and hard BIM Manager NAVISWORK MANAGE Prior to model delivery Ensure that the BIM and AEC CADD Standard have been followed (fonts, dimensions, line styles, levels/layers, etc) BIM technician Describe the QC validation process used to MODEL INTEGRITY ensure that the Project Facility Data set has no CHECKS undefined, incorrectly defined or duplicated elements and the reporting process on noncompliant elements and corrective action plans BIM Manager STANDARDS CHECK NAVISWORK MANAGE REVIT NAVISWORK MANAGE BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 Prior to model delivery THROUGHOU T DEVELOPMEN T 17 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] 3. [28/11/2017] MODEL ACCURACY AND TOLERANCES: The accuracy of the models is going to be the greatest degree of accuracy possible. Tolerances are going to be based on team expertise, experience, and field observations. Also, surveys and construction drawings are going to be used as reference. Note: Conditions shall be verified by the contractor in-loco prior to fabrication. PHASE DISCIPLINE TOLERANCE DESIGN DOCUMENTS ARCH ACCURATE TO +/- [ 1] OF ACTUAL SIZE AND LOCATION SHOP DRAWINGS MECH CONTRACTOR ACCURATE TO +/- [ 1] OF ACTUAL SIZE AND LOCATION BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 18 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] SECTION K: TECHNOLOGICAL INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS 1. SOFTWARE: BIM USE 2. DISCIPLINE (if applicable) SOFTWARE VERSION ❏ Design/Constructability Reviews All Disciplines Bluebeam Revu CAD, Navisworks 2017, Manage – 2017 ❏ Phase Planning Construction Revit, MS Project, Navisworks 2017, 2017, Manage – 2017 ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ Cost Estimation Digital Fabrication Record Modeling Design Authoring Lighting Analysis All Disciplines Revit ❏ Site Utilization Planning Construction Google Sketch UP Make – 2017 ❏ 3D Coordination Construction Navisworks Manage – 2017 2017 COMPUTERS / HARDWARE: Bilden-Strong-Tingz members shall utilize computer hardware that is sufficient to efficiently handle single model files in Revit 2017 and Navisworks Manage 2017, the following hardware was chosen to perform the job. BIM USE ❏ ❏ ❏ Design/Constructability Reviews Design Authoring Cost Estimation ❏ 3D Coordination ❏ ❏ Site Utilization Planning Phase Planning ❏ Record Modeling Lighting Analysis Digital Fabrication Energy Analysis ❏ ❏ ❏ HARDWARE I5 8GB OWNER OF HARDWARE Bilden-Strong-Tingz SPECIFICATIONS I5 WINDOW 10, 1TB, 1GBGC, BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 19 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] 3. [28/11/2017] MODELING CONTENT AND REFERENCE INFORMATION DISCIPLINE (if applicable) MODELING CONTENT / REFERENCE INFORMATION Design/Constructability Reviews All Disciplines N/A Phase Planning Construction Crew and Productivity information; Lead Times and Scheduling Patterns Cost Estimation All Disciplines Cost Reports from previous works; Cost Data Base Digital Fabrication All Disciplines N/A Record Modeling All Disciplines Equipment Information; Project Submittal Information Design Authoring All Disciplines Parametric Modeling Content Lighting Analysis All Disciplines Energy Analysis All Disciplines Site Utilization Planning Construction 3D Coordination Construction BIM USE Construction Type library; Energy Takeoff; Weather Data; Soil Data; Solar Data Sensor Data; Performance targets; Performance Costs, Weather Data. Schedule; Existing Site Conditions Information; Construction Equipment libraries Company Implementation Standards; Contract Requirements; Information Exchange Requirements BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 20 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] SECTION L: MODEL STRUCTURE 1. FILE NAMING STRUCTURE: FILE NAMES FOR MODELS SHOULD BE FORMATTED AS: DISCIPLINE - PROJECT NUMBER – BUILDING NUMBER.XYZ (example: ARCH-11111-BL001.xyz) ARCHITECTURAL MODEL ARCH-001-BLDG001.RVT 2. CIVIL MODEL MECHANICAL MODEL CIVIL- 001-BLDG001.RVT MECH-001-BLDG001.RVT PLUMBING MODEL ELECTRICAL MODEL PLUMB-001-BLDG001.RVT ELEC-001-BLDG001.RVT STRUCTURAL MODEL ENERGY MODEL STRUCT-001-BLDG001.RVT ENERGY-001-BLDG001.RVT CONSTRUCTION MODEL COORDINATION MODEL CONST-001-BLDG001.RVT COORD-001-BLDG001.RVT MODEL STRUCTURE: Describe and diagram how the Model is separated, e.g., by building, by floors, by zone, by areas, and/or discipline. 3. MEASUREMENT AND COORDINATE SYSTEMS: Our standard measurement system is the metric 4. BIM AND CAD STANDARDS: Standard Version BIM Uses Applicable Organizations Applicable National BIM Standard Version 3.0 ALL Bilden-Strong-Tingz IFC 2017 Record Modeling Bilden-Strong-Tingz As-Built Modeling National CAD Standard Version 6.0 Drawing Production Bilden-Strong-Tingz COBie Version 2.4 Record Modeling Bilden-Strong-Tingz BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 21 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] SECTION M: PROJECT DELIVERABLES In this section, list the BIM deliverables for the project and the format in which the information will be delivered. BIM SUBMITTAL ITEM STAGE APPROXIMATE DUE DATE FORMAT NOTES Construction STRUCT-01-BL001.rvt Documents 01/11/17 Revit (.rvt) N/A 01/11/17 Revit (.rvt) N/A 01/11/17 Revit (.rvt) N/A Construction MEP-01-BL001.rvt Documents Construction ARCH-01-BL001.rvt Documents SiteUtilizationPlanning_BL001.skp Construction 20/12/17 SketchUP(.skp) N/A Construction 20/12/17 Naviswork Manage 2014 (.nwd) N/A 3D_Coordination_BL001.nwd Record_Model_BL001.rvt Close out Revit (.rvt) N/A 31/01/2020 BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 22 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] SECTION N: DELIVERY STRATEGY / CONTRACT 1. DELIVERY AND CONTRACTING STRATEGY FOR THE PROJECT: What additional measures need to be taken to successfully use BIM with the selected delivery method and contract type? 2. TEAM SELECTION PROCEDURE: How will you select future team members in regards to the above delivery strategy and contract type? 3. BIM CONTRACTING PROCEDURE: How should BIM be written into the future contracts? (If documents / contracts are developed, please attach as attachment 6) BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 23 [CEPSTONE PROJECT] [28/11/2017] SECTION O: ATTACHMENTS 1. BIM USE SELECTION WORKSHEET [FROM SECTION D] 2. LEVEL 1 PROCESS OVERVIEW MAP [FROM SECTION F] 3. LEVEL 2 DETAILED BIM USE PROCESS MAP(S) [FROM SECTION F] 4. INFORMATION EXCHANGE REQUIREMENT WORKSHEET(S) [FROM SECTION G] 5. MODEL DEFINITION WORKSHEET [FROM SECTION G] 6. DEVELOPED DOCUMENTS / CONTRACTS [FROM SECTION H] BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING PROJECT EXECUTION PLAN VERSION 2.0 24
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