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BIM Planning

Photo: BIM Studio team in the Immersive Environments Lab at Penn State

John Messner, Ph.D. Ralph Kreider, Ph.D.


Professor of Architectural Engineering BIM Program Manager
Penn State MBP

© 2013
Five Years
BIM ProjectIdentifying
Execution Goals and Uses Procedure
Planning

BIM Goals
and Uses

Process

Information
Exchanges

Infrastructure
From Project to Organization
INTEGRATING BIM INTO AN ORGANIZATION
Organizational BIM Assessment Profile
Level of Maturity Totals
Strategy 0
Non-Existent
1
Initial
2
Managed
3
Defined
4
Quantitatively
5
Optimizing
Current Target Possible
No Basic Established Organization
Mission address Goals are specific, Mission and Goals are

Mission and Goals Organizational


Mission or
Goals
Organizational
Mission
Established
Basic
Organizational
Goals
purpose, services,
values at
minimum
measurable,
attainable, relevant,
and timely
regularly revisited,
maintained and
updated (as necessary)
0 2 5
No BIM Vision Basic BIM Established BIM Vision BIM Objectives are Vision and Objectives

Vision and Objectives or Objectives


Defined
Vision is
Establish
Basic BIM
Objectives
address mission,
strategy, and
culture
specific, measurable,
attainable, relevant,
and timely
are regularly revisited,
maintained and
updated (as necessary)
0 2 5
Full Support for
BIM Limited support
No Limited Full support for BIM Full Support of
Management Support Management
Support
Support for
feasibility study
Implementatio
n with Some
Resource
Implementation with
Appropriate Resource
Commitment
for continuing
efforts with a
limited budget
continuing
efforts
1 2 5
Commitment
BIM Champion BIM Champion Multiple BIM Executive Level
identified but BIM Support Executive-level BIM

BIM Champion No BIM


Champion
limited time
committed to BIM
initiative
with Adequate
Time
Commitment
Champions
with Each
Working Group
Champion with
limit time
commitment
Champion working
closely with Working
Group Champion
3 4 5
No BIM Small Ad-hoc BIM Committee is Multi-disciplinary BIM Planning Committee BIM Planning

Planning Team 5
Decisions are

0 3
Planning Committee includes members for
Planning Committee with formalized but not
established with all level of the
only those inclusive of all integrated with
Committee members from all organization including
organizational
interested in BIM operating units operative units executives
established Strategic Planning

Uses 0
Non-Existent
1
Initial
2
Managed
3
Defined
4
Quantitatively
5
Optimizing
Current Target Possible
Extensive use of
No BIM Uses No BIM Uses Minimal Owner Extensive use of Open sharing of
BIM with sharing

Project Uses for Projects


identified
for Projects
identified
Requirements
for BIM
BIM with limited
sharing between
parties
between parties
within project
phase
BIM Data across
all parties and
project phases
3 3 5
Record (As- Record BIM data BIM data is
No BIM Uses BIM data manually

Operational Uses 1 2 5
BIM data maintained
Built) BIM imported or directly integrated
for Operations referenced for
maintained for
with operational
with operational
model received operational uses systems in Real-time
identified operational uses systems
by operations

Process 0
Non-Existent
1
Initial
2
Managed
3
Defined
4
Quantitatively
5
Optimizing
Current Target Possible
Detailed BIM
No external High-level BIM Integrated High Detailed BIM Detailed BIM Process

Project Process project BIM


Processes
Documented
Process
Documented
for Each Party
Level BIM
Process
Documented
Process
Documented for
Primary BIM Uses
Process
Documented
for all BIM Uses
Documented and
Regularly
Maintained and
0 2 5
Updated

High-Level BIM Detailed BIM Detailed BIM


No internal Integrated High Detailed BIM
Process Process Document Process

Operation Processes 0 2 5
organizational level Process Documented and
Documented for organizational for primary Regularly
BIM Processes each operating Process organizational Documented
Maintained and
Documented unit documented Uses for all BIM Uses Updated
Model Element Breakdown LoD Facility Data Notes
01 SUBSTRUCTURE 100
01 10 Foundations LoD
01 10 10 Standard Foundations LoD
01 10 20 Special Foundations LoD
01 20 Subgrade Enclosures LoD
01 20 10 Walls for Subgrade Enclosures LoD
01 40 Slabs-On-Grade LoD
01 40 10 Standard Slabs-On-Grade LoD
01 40 20 Structural Slabs-On-Grade LoD
01 40 30 Slab Trenches LoD
01 40 40 Pits and Bases LoD
Slab-On-Grade Supplementary
01 40 50 LoD
Components
01 60 Water and Gas Mitigation LoD
01 60 10 Building Subdrainage LoD
01 60 20 Off-Gassing Mitigation LoD
01 90 Substructure Related Activities LoD
01 90 10 Substructure Excavation LoD
01 90 20 Construction Dewatering LoD
01 90 30 Excavation Support LoD
01 90 40 Soil Treatment LoD
02 SHELL LoD
02 10 Superstructure LoD
02 10 10 Floor Construction LoD
02 10 20 Roof Construction LoD
02 10 30 Stairs LoD
02 20 Exterior Vertical Enclosures LoD
BIM PLANNING ELEMENTS
The Purpose of BIM Implementation
Strategy
Mission – Vision – Goals - Objectives

The Specific Method of Implementing BIM


Uses
Gathering - Generating – Analyzing – Communicating – Realizing

The Means of BIM Implementation


Process
Current – Target – Transition

The Information Needed About the Facility


Information
Model Element Breakdown – Level of Development – Facility Data

The Infrastructure Needs to Implement BIM


Infrastructure
Software – Hardware – Workspace

The Affects of BIM on Personnel


Personnel
Roles & Responsibilities – Hierarchy – Education – Training – Change Readiness
The Next Step
BIM PLANNING ELEMENTS
The Purpose of BIM Implementation
Strategy
Mission – Vision – Goals - Objectives

The Specific Method of Implementing BIM


Uses
Gathering - Generating – Analyzing – Communicating – Realizing

The Means of BIM Implementation


Process
Current – Target – Transition

The Information Needed About the Facility


Information
Model Element Breakdown – Level of Development – Facility Data

The Infrastructure Needs to Implement BIM


Infrastructure
Software – Hardware – Workspace

The Affects of BIM on Personnel


Personnel
Roles & Responsibilities – Hierarchy – Education – Training – Change Readiness
The Uses of BIM
Provides a common
language for communicating
why BIM is implemented
• Better understand
workflows
• Better understand
information exchanges
• Standardize development
of contract language
• Provides a framework for
industry to develop upon
BIM
PLANNING
RESOURCES
The Charles Pankow Foundation The buildingSMART Alliance

SPONSORS The Construction Industry Institute


Kaiser Permanente
The Partnership for Achieving Construction Excellence
Penn State Office of Physical Plant
US Department of Defense US Department of Veterans Affairs

Dana "Deke" Smith Victor Sanvido


Ed Gannon David Jordani Steve Hutsell

THANK ADVISORY Greg Gidez


Chuck Meis
Elton Murakami

YOU BOARD
Renée Tietjen
Xiajun Lin
Robert Braunagel Craig Dubler
Steve Kundich
Patrick Suermann
Dianne Davis
Kurt Maldovan Kerry Joels Kimberly Hurtado
Russell Manning Grace Wang
Maureen McDonough Steve Devitto

Ralph Kreider Robert Leicht Craig Dubler Chitwan Saluja


Nevena Zikic Steven Ayer

Dan Weiger
Eric Nulton
AUTHORS
Colleen Kasprzak

Chimay Anumba
Shane Goodman
Ashwin Ramesh
John Messner Kim Price
bim.psu.edu