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    BIM IN PRACTICE Legal / Procurement / Collaboration / Outreach

    AIA National Seminar Series 6

    October/ November 2012

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    Chair: BIM and IPD Steering Group


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    Introduction / Background

    Legal and Procurement aspects of BIM

    BIM Collaboration – The importance of BIM Management Plans

    BIM Outreach to the industry – What BIM means for your Collaborators

    Open Panel Discussion & audience participation

    Closing Comments

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    From hand to CAD to BIM Not just a change of media

    Manual Drafting Machine: Stephen Lau CAD drawing: General Home BIM Housing Project, EYP Architects

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    BIM – Uptake across Australia Based on empiric observations

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    Australian BIM Initiatives

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    Dispersing the myth about the silver bullet

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    BIM – The Technology Revolution? Looking back in time - RUCAPS

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    BIM - Focus on Policy, Process & People It’s not Technology that’s holding us back

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    BIM in Practice Papers 20 August 2012

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    BIM & IPD Working Groups

    Chris Needham (Chair), C3 Consulting Solutions

    Stuart Bull, Arup Tom Fussell, Project Services Peter Giangiulio, Sandover Pinder Neil Greenstreet, NATSPEC // Construction Information

    Clay Hickling, GHD Paul Nunn, CSI Global Services David Sutherland, Fender Katsalidis

    Peter Scuderi (Chair), Arup

    Richard Barton, AIA Sam Bassilious, Rider Levett Bucknall Warren Birchall, HASSELL Chris Canham, Lend Lease Andrew Chew, Corrs Chambers WG. Fergus Hohnen, Woods Bagot Kiri Parr, Arup Wendy Poulton, Planned Professional Risk Services

    Philippa Sutton, Laing O'Rourke Claudelle Taylor, Leightons / Nexus Point Solutions

    Bilal Succar (Chair), Change Agents

    Carl Agar, Menco Electrical Scott Beazley, Project Services Paul Berkemeier, AIA Richard Choy, NATSPEC // Construction Information

    Rosetta Di Giangregorio, RMIT/TAFE Steven Donaghey, Suters Architects Chris Linning, Sydney Opera House Jennifer Macdonald, UTS Rodd Perey, Architectus Jim Plume, UNSW

    Toby Maple (Chair), HASSELL

    Glenn Cunnington, Humphrey + Edwards

    John Hainsworth, Arup Belinda Hodkinson, Sinclair Knight Merz

    Daniel Jürgens, Cox Architecture Peter Liebsch, Grimshaw Darren Tims, Rice Daubney Flavio Yamauti, Hansen Yuncken

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    AIA/Consult Australia Documents 23 Practice Papers in total

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    L1 - BIM and Intellectual Property

    L2 - Professional Indemnity Insurance

    L3 - Stakeholders' Responsibilities

    L4 - Viable Options

    BIM, Legal and Procurement

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    Intellectual Property Who owns the BIM?

    Ownership of IP can relate to many things including the documentation output, the underlying geometry, the embedded data in the model/s, workflow processes etc.

    • Who should own IP – the creator or the end user? • What the model is going to be used for has an

    impact on ownership.

    • How can IP in models be regulated? • Professional Service Agreements • Model file formats

    • ‘Design BIMs’ to ‘Construction BIMs’ to FM data

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    Professional Indemnity Exclusions

    Do Professional Indemnity (PI) policies cover BIM?

    • Principally yes • Notify your insurer when using BIM • Consider project specific policies • Check if other consultants are covered • Ensure the role of the BIM Coordinator is covered

    What are the risk factors / exclusions?

    • Agreeing to share risk • Operating outside the insured profession • Providing warranties • Specific Software exclusions

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    Professional Indemnity and Professional Services Agreements

    The impact on BIM related claims on a firm’s PI insurance:

    • Any claims should be minimised in order to avoid that insurers increase their premiums

    • … or limit their exposure to BIM claims

    Single Project Insurance:

    • Start to become common in the US • Usually only work for very large projects • High excess (1M $) • They are not necessarily a complete


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    Stakeholders’ Responsibilities Identifying roles in a BIM context

    • Who are the BIM authors? • What are the individual authors’ inputs? • What are the authors delivering? • When do the authors have responsibility

    and liability for their respective content?

    • Author identification and BIM specification • Ideally in a the PSA • Strongly aligned to the BMP

    • The legal context to BIM Management Plans.

    Image: Frank Kunert

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    Viable Options Addressing Project Procurement

    Traditional approaches to project procurement (such as design, bid-build) do not necessarily allow project teams to tap into the full potential of collaborating in BIM.

    For a more collaborative working relationship, there are two very different alternatives to consider:

    • Collaboration – an agreement on a single project or across many projects: each party remains liable only for its own work & risks

    • Alliance contracting: each party shares the risk of the other parties' errors

    Image: buildipedia

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    P1 - What is a BIM Management Plan, and why should we use one?

    P2 - What should be addressed within a BIM Management Plan?

    P3 - How should you prepare and apply a BIM Management Plan?

    BIM Management Plans Regulating the collaborative effort

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    Image: Prof. Mark Burry, Dominik Holzer

    Prevailing thinking in silos of design professionals from varying background

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    Mapping out specific BIM deliverables to comprehend the deliverables

    LOD 100

    LOD 200

    LOD 300

    LOD 400

    LOD 500

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    Image: NATSPEC Image: Penn State CIC Research Team Image: AIA/CA BIM Steering Group

    BIM Management Plans Regulating the collaborative effort

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    Defining Level of Development - Specifying BIM Deliverables Jim Bedrick, FAIA / AEC Process Engineering, James Vandezande, AIA / HOK

    A BIM Management Plan:

    • sets the scene’ and helps orchestrate activities and sequence.

    • acknowledges the value of diligent planning, effective communication and genuine collaboration..

    BIM Management Plans What is it and why should we use one?

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    FM for Healthcare

    A good BIM Management Plan should address:

    • Who and what the document is for? • Who is involved, and in what capacity? • What is sought for the project ? • What approach will be taken? • How will the project be


    • How will the project information be developed, exchanged, validated, used and re-used and over what period?

    • What tools (software) and processes (BIM uses) will be used toward this purpose?

    • How will those tools/processes be employed, by whom and when?

    BIM Management Plans What is it and why should we use one? Image: MAAP

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    FM for Healthcare

    For best results in preparing a BIM Management Plan:

    • be iterative

    • be collaborative

    • be structured

    • Prioritise

    • start with a template

    • get buy-in

    • get expert assistance

    BIM Management Plans How to prepare and apply a BIM Management Plan

    Image: AIA/Consult Australia

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    Detailed Design Coordination Advanced adoption of LOD for clarifying BIM deliverables

    Image: E202, LOD and MEA, AIA

    NDY Project Execution Plan Template, LOD 200 / 225 / 250 / 275

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    O1 - Educating Clients

    O2 - Architects and Building Designers

    O3 - Engineers

    O4 - Contractors/Builders

    O5 - Quantity Surveyors & Cost Planners

    O6 - Facilities Managers

    O7 - Manufacturers and Suppliers

    BIM Outreach

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    Image: Autodesk

    Information stewardship across various stakeholders

    Closing the life-cycle loop

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    BIM and the Building Lifecycle

    FM for Healthcare

    Image AEC Connect after: Marty Chobot, FM Systems & Chuck Mies, Autodesk

    Cost to the building lifecycle

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    Image: NBS (UK)

    BIM for Clients What to ask for when requesting BIM

    There is potential for Clients to benefit from improvements in productivity through the adoption of a more integrated approach to p


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