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Specialist Diploma in Building Information Modeling (BIM) BIM Fundamentals BM3801

Lecture 1

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American Architect & MBA
15 years in the design and construction of

BIG buildings. Came to Singapore to work on Marina Bay Sands in 2006 Regional BIM Manager @ Lend Lease Love Char Siu and Nonya Dumplings and Bangkok Street food

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Class Schedule
Monday, November 5 Wednesday, November 7 Thursday, November 8 Sunday, November 11 Wednesday, November 14 Friday, November 16 Lecture 1 Lecture 2 Lecture 3 Writing Assignment Due Lecture 4 Lecture 5 & In-Class Tutorial Assignment

Sunday, December 2

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BIM Specialist Diploma


Curriculum Stuff

Course Outline By Topic Timetable

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BIM Fundamentals Summary


BIM Concepts & Basics Modelling Development & Project Phases

Uses of models, Quality & Management


Collaboration & Coordination, Software & Tools BIM in the Real World

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Goals and Objectives


Familiarize you with the concepts and

terms of BIM

Many topics presented here will be covered in more detail in future units

Present the issues and obstacles involved

with moving towards a BIM enabled environment and process Prepare you to begin working in BIM Management Its not important that you know all the answers, its important that you have a sense of where to look for the answers!

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BIM Concepts & Basics


What is BIM? Why BIM?

2D CAD v. 3D Modeling v. BIM


New v. Old Practices Model types

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BIM Concepts & Basics


What is BIM? Why BIM?

2D CAD v. 3D Modeling v. BIM


New v. Old Practices Model types

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What is BIM?
Broken Ice Machine
Burning Inner Meaning Buried In Marmalade

Barbarians Ignite Missionaries Building Information Modeling


Bureaucracy Inspires Mediocrity Brought Into Malaysia

A meaningless buzzword
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What is BIM?

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What is BIM?
BIM is a descriptive term for technologically advanced processes in building design. BIM is characterised by the creation and use of geometrically coordinated 3D objects, enhanced by associated computable data. The data is typically interrogated in a 3D environment, and is manipulated to describe a building project in many ways.
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What is BIM?

BIM is a descriptive term for technologically advanced processes in building design.

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What is BIM?

Using a 3d model to generate documents, extract quantifiable data & coordinate design between disciplines
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BUILDING

INFORMATION
MODELING
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What is BIM?

Its a state of mind

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Passion

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BIM IS HARD

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BIM Concepts & Basics


What is BIM? Why BIM?

2D CAD v. 3D Modeling v. BIM


New v. Old Practices Model types

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The MacLeamy Curve

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Why BIM?
Reduce Waste

Time Money Effort Material

Improve

Efficiency Coordination design


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Why BIM?
30% of the construction process is WASTE
Value Added Activities 53%
Quality and Safety 12%

Constructibility 6%
Excess Material Consumption 4%

Poor Materials Management 5%


Non Value Added Activities 20% Source: Lauri Koskela, 10th International Symposium, Houston, May 1993

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BIM Concepts & Basics


What is BIM? Why BIM?

2D CAD v. 3D Modeling v. BIM


New v. Old Practices Model types

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CAD vs. BIM

CAD
COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN

BIM
BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING
Whats the difference?
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Whats a Model?
Simplified version of a concept, phenomenon,

relationship, structure, system, or an aspect of the real world. http://www.businessdictionary.com/definition/ model.html


An ABSTRACTION!

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3D Model

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2D Drafting and 3D Modeling


In 2D, Everything is a line

Circle = A round line Square = 4 lines Column = A closed, filled in line Wall = 2 parallel lines Door = A bunch of lines

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2D CAD

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2D Drafting and 3D Modeling


In 2D, Everything is a line

Circle = A round line Square = 4 lines Column = A closed, filled in line Wall = 2 parallel lines Door = A bunch of lines

In 3D, we extrude lines to make surfaces and

solids

Boxes, Cylinders, etc Unlimited Representative Geometry

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Basic 3D Modelling

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Solid vs. Surface Modeling


Surface

Solid
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The BIM Difference

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BIM Object Based Modeling


The computer understands a Wall is a Wall,

door is a door, etc.

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Parametric Modeling
Parameter = Object specific data which drives

form or conveys information

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Parametric Modeling
Parameter = Object specific data which drives

form or conveys information


Dimensional Info (length, width, area, volume) Identification Info Location Info Materials Type

Are there several variations on an object (wall/door/window)

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PARAMETRIC MODELING

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BIM Concepts & Basics


What is BIM? Why BIM?

2D CAD v. 3D Modeling v. BIM


New v. Old Practices Model types

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BIM New v. Old


What does technology now make possible,

which is different from past practice?


New ways to convey information New uses of Data, and Re-use of Data New methods for collaboration, co-operation New abilities to link Design to fabrication through Integrated Project Delivery

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BIM New v. Old


What does technology now require, which is

different from past practice?


New skills for more sophisticated software New standards for coordinating data New approaches to collaboration-process New contracts and ideas about liability SIGNIFICANTLY MORE PLANNING!

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Planning
What is our model to be used for?

Visualization? Documentation? Data Extraction? Analysis?

What software should I use?


What level of development and detail? How can it or should it be shared?

When should it be shared? Who will manage the data flow?

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BIM Concepts & Basics


What is BIM? Why BIM?

2D CAD v. 3D Modeling v. BIM


New v. Old Practices Model types

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Types of Models
Not all models are created equal.

Design Modeling Documentation Modeling Construction Modeling Coordination Modeling

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Design Modeling
Establish Design Intent
Architects

Emphasis on visualization rather than accuracy Used in Analysis

Engineers

Not particularly useful for collaboration &

coordination

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Documentation Modeling
3d model developed expressly for purpose of

2d documentation

Essence of what Revit does Process can involve migration of Design Model from 3d program to 2d drafting platform

Model should be accurate

Project coordinates & Element sizes

Appropriate for sharing in a collaborative

coordination environment Can be an essential tool for complex building


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Documentation Modeling

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Documentation Modeling

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Construction Modeling
Accuracy is PARAMOUNT

Model intended for use in construction & fabrication Model can be used to generate shop drawings

Generating 2d drawings is not a key priority,

Fundamental difference in HOW and WHY

the model is created

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Construction v. Design Model


Wall Modeled as a

single element Column Modeled as a single element Slabs cut-off at wall Built in response to how architects think about Design

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Construction v. Design Model


Wall Modeled by

floor level/as built Column Modeled by floor level/as built Slabs support walls Built in response to how the structure is intended to be constructed

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Coordination Modeling
An Activity based upon previously created

models

Either Documentation Models or Construction Models can be used. Created by Architects or Engineers or Builders or Trades
Discipline is specific, Aggregate is combined clash detection, data extraction, program check, timeline simulation, etc.

Discipline v. Aggregate Model

For use in

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Writing Assignment
1. What does BIM mean to you?

2. Why are you taking this course? 3. How do you think it can help you

with your work?


I am interested in how clearly and concisely you can answer this question. Grammar, spelling and writing ability all count. Please submit your assignment via student portal Due Sunday, November 11, 11:59pm
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