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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

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
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
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.
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.

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  • (Case Study – IntelliBuild)