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Building Connections: The 1 st Congress on Digital Collaboration in the Building Industry AIA Technology in Architectural Practice Knowledge Community Friday, April 30, 2004 The American Institute of Architects, Washington DC Jim Bedrick, AIA Nancy Cheng, AIA Jonathan Cohen, FAIA

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building connections the 1 st congress on digital collaboration in the building industry

Building Connections:The 1st Congress on Digital Collaborationin the Building Industry

AIA Technology in Architectural Practice Knowledge Community

Friday, April 30, 2004

The American Institute of Architects, Washington DC

Jim Bedrick, AIA

Nancy Cheng, AIA

Jonathan Cohen, FAIA

Kristine Fallon, FAIA

Steve Hagan, FAIA

©2004 Jonathan Cohen

©2004 Jonathan Cohen

why are we here
Why are we here?
  • Gather leaders and organizations in one room across a broad spectrum of the building industry
  • Develop a coordinated standards strategy across the domains of design, construction, operations and real estate
  • Develop a Web-based clearinghouse of standards related projects and activities at http://building-connections.org
  • Seek to harmonize overlapping or competing efforts
  • Create a broader awareness of the value of interoperability and open standards for data exchange
  • Create a more cohesive “pie” of members, funding sources, and research initiatives focused on industry-wide issues
  • Showcase success stories – CIS/2 and PISCES standard

©2004 Jonathan Cohen

the four questions for today
The four questions for today:
  • How do we create successful standards for information exchange throughout the AEC process?
  • How do we harmonize our efforts?
  • How do we present a coherent message to educate the stakeholders and create a demand for interoperability?
  • What are the next steps?

©2004 Jonathan Cohen

interoperability
Interoperability:
  • The ability of software and hardware from multiple vendors to communicate seamlessly across diverse systems, platforms, applications and networks, using open, public standards for data exchange.

©2004 Jonathan Cohen

connecting the dots
connecting the dots
  • Technology + process change
  • Problems in the building industry:
    • Poor communication
    • Unpredictable cost and time
    • Risk shifting
  • Enablers of process change:
    • Shared information model for the lifecycle of facilities
    • Data exchange between disciplines
    • New project delivery methods
  • Opportunity: A digital building enterprise

©2004 Jonathan Cohen

islands of automation

Design

CAD

Visualization

Analysis

Construction

Scheduling

Costing

Staging

Operations

Facilities Management

Real Estate

islands of automation

©2004 Jonathan Cohen

contrast aec with manufacturing
contrast AEC with manufacturing
  • Process reform and product life-cycle management transformed manufacturing, shipbuilding, process plant industries
  • Results:
    • shorter product cycle time to market
    • more choice, less waste, lean process
    • mass customization
    • higher quality

©2004 Jonathan Cohen

3 enablers for process change
3 enablers for process change
  • The shared building model supporting lifecycle project management
  • Data exchange with open standards
  • New project delivery methods based on sharing of information, risk, and reward

©2004 Jonathan Cohen

shared building model
shared building model

©2004 Jonathan Cohen

shared building model11
shared building model
  • The project model is a Web-shared repository of information that grows as the project moves through design, construction and operations and throughout the building life cycle
  • Model all building attributes:
    • Geometry
    • Materials
    • Costs
    • Schedule
    • Energy use
  • Simulate construction process and all building systems

©2004 Jonathan Cohen

product life cycle management
product life-cycle management

©2004 Jonathan Cohen

3 enablers for process change13
3 enablers for process change
  • The shared building model supporting lifecycle project management
  • Data exchange with open standards
  • New project delivery methods based on sharing of information, risk, and reward

©2004 Jonathan Cohen

design construction process
design/construction process:

Production Phase

Design Phase

Programming

Construction

Occupancy

Renovation

Demolition

Approvals

Feasibility

Permits

Bidding

OWNER

DESIGNER

CONTRACTOR

USER

©2004 Jonathan Cohen

3 enablers for process change15
3 enablers for process change
  • The shared building model supporting lifecycle project management
  • Data exchange with open standards
  • New project delivery methods based on sharing of information, risk, and reward

©2004 Jonathan Cohen

networked information enables new kinds of organizations
networked information enablesnew kinds of organizations
  • Project-wide knowledge widely shared and accessible
  • Information from one project informs the next
  • Support for geographically distributed work teams
  • Process is transparent to owner, designers, builders, suppliers, end users
  • Shared building information model is the hub of a networked digital enterprise

©2004 Jonathan Cohen

the mace alliance
the MACE alliance

ARUP

a collaborative virtual organization

MACE

OWNER

SPECIALTY CONTRACTORS AND MATERIAL SUPPLIERS

LLEWELLYNDAVIES

JOHN DOYLE

CONSTRUCTION LTD.

TROUP BYWATERS

& ANDERS

©2004 Jonathan Cohen

the interoperability pledge
The interoperability pledge:
  • We will respect the investment of our colleagues by actively finding ways to avoid duplication of efforts and by informing each other whenever new projects are initiated
  • We will require our technical working groups to interact with each other on related efforts
  • We will provide regular updates of our activities to be posted on http://building-standards.org
  • We will communicate in an open forum on an ongoing basis, including regular face-to-face meetings beginning with this Congress hosted by AIA

Adapted from Object Management Group “Interop Pledge” http://www.omg.org/

©2004 Jonathan Cohen