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Integrated design and delivery systems

Integrated Design and Delivery Systems

By Dr Zeeshan Aziz – licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution – Non-Commercial – Share Alike License

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.5/


Orbee learning material

Introduction to Integrated Design and Delivery Systems

Lesson 4- BIM & Construction Project Management

ORBEE Learning Material


Lesson plan

Lesson Plan

  • Co-ordination problems in construction projects

  • Using BIM for 4D Simulation

  • Traditional scheduling methods and the need for 4D Simulation

  • Using BIM for Quantity Take-Off and Construction Estimation


Key learning outcomes

Key Learning Outcomes

  • To understand the need for construction production simulation

  • To analyse key benefits of production simulation

  • To comprehend various types of 4D applications


Construction co ordination problems

Construction Co-ordination Problems


Using bim for 4d production simulation

Using BIM for 4D Production Simulation

  • Created by linking 3D BIM with Project Timeline

  • Used to display both temporary and permanent components

  • Referred to as product-process models


Key advantages of production simulation

KEY ADVANTAGES OF PRODUCTION SIMULATION


Integration of production and process model

Integration of Production and Process Model


Using 4d for macro and micro level communication

Using 4D for Macro and Micro Level Communication

  • Using 4D at a Macro Level

    • Site Logistics

    • Staging Areas

    • Access routes and disruptions

  • Using 4D at a Micro Level

    • Defining Construction Sequence

    • Identification of space-time conflicts


Cpm scheduling

CPM Scheduling

  • A work breakdown structure, showing a complete list of all activities required to complete a project;

  • Time duration for each project activity;

  • Dependency between project activities; and

  • The time (duration) that each activity will take to completion.


Line of balance lob

Line of Balance (LOB)

  • Uses Location as basis for Scheduling

  • Ideally suited for activities involving repeated block of activities (e.g. high rise construction or road works)

  • X-axis represents the timeline of the project, whereas the Y-axis identifies the work areas that identify a project.


Limitations of traditional scheduling

Limitations of Traditional Scheduling


Bim application scenario

BIM Application Scenario


Traditional practice scenario

Traditional Practice - Scenario


Bim cost estimation application scenario

BIM Cost Estimation – Application Scenario


References and learning resources

References and Learning Resources

  • Middlebrooks, R.E. (2008). Sustainable Design Through BIM and Analysis. Heating / Piping / Air Conditioning Engineering, 80(10), 30-34.

  • Retik, A. (1993). "Visualization for decision making in construction planning." Visualization and intelligent design in engineering and architecture, J.J. Connor, et al., eds., Elsevier Science(New York, NY), 587-599.

  • Seliga, C. (2007). “Revel Selects Synchro for $2 Billion Atlantic City Casino Project.” Prime Newswire June-2007, Coventry, England

  • Sriprasert, E and Dawood, N. (2002), "Requirements identification for 4D constraint-based construction planning and control system", Conference Proceedings – Distributing Knowledge in Building, University of Teeside, Middlesbrough.


Integrated design and delivery systems

  • Related Websites

  • http://www.stanford.edu/group/4D/examples/examples.shtml

  • http://www.navisworks.com

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EcHW9DgCb40&feature=related (Case Study – IntelliBuild)


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