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1. BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING (BIM) SEMINAR (16.02.2013) AT MES (YANGON) (18.02.2013) AT TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY (MANDALAY) (11.05.2014) AT CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION (YANGON) (27.06.2014) AT A1 CONSTRUCTION (YANGON)

2. PART I 1. INTRODUCTION 2. OBJECTIVES 3. WHAT IS BIM 4. WHY BIM 5. BIM FOR OWNER 6. BIM FOR DESINGER 7. BIM FOR CONTRACTOR 8. BIM FOR FABRICATOR 9. BIM FOR FACILITY MANAGER 10.BIM FOR MYANMAR PART II 1. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS

3. E-mail : bim.myanmar@gmail.com / BIM.Myanmar (FB) Years of experience in Singapore : 8 Years Obayashi Corporation (Current) : World Wide International Company, One of the Biggest Main Contractors in Japan. Hexacon Pte Ltd (2006-2011) : Main Contractor (Grade A1), Builder of Singapore Embassy in Myanmar. Member : Members of the Singapore BIM Manager Work Group in Building Construction Authority (BCA) Other Activity : BIM/ Revit (Free Discussion Group, DTT) in Singapore since 2011 Introduction

4. CCRC (Singapore)

5. OBJECTIVES

6. PLAN, ELEVATION& SECTION GEOMETRY GEOMETRY & PROPERTIES D = DIMESION 3D = X, Y & Z AXIS D = DIMESION 2D = X, Y AXIS MODEL = 3D + INFORMATION What is “Model”?

7. What is “BIM”? CAD BIM Line Line Wall RC Thickness: 180mm Window Aluminum Sash Float Glass Thickness:5mm

8. ・Conventional tools Geographical data + Specification 建築物 2D-CAD Shape of building component is described with 2 dimensional geographical data Building 3D-CAD What is “BIM”? Shape of building component is described with 3 dimensional geographical data 3D Object CAD BBIIMM Building component is described with 3 dimensional geographical data and its attributes Weight Strength Finishing Material Price

9. Building Information Modeling is the method how … BIM is the method of executing construction project which uses 3 dimensional Building Model including its geographical data and specifications, and advances the way of information sharing among clients, architects and constructors.

10. “BIM” for Visualization

11. “BIM” for Installation

12. “BIM” for Productivity Plan View (in Revit) 3D view (hide floor) On Site Actual Work • MEP 3D BIM model in 3D PDF.

13. “BIM” for Construction ・Construction Process Integration with BIM Planning Schematic Design Design Development Analyzing Drawings & Documents Product Manufacturing Construction Simulation 4D/5D Operation & Management Construction & Logistics Demolition Maintenance

14. Collaboration in BIM environment

15. Building Information Modeling for Designer

16. Add Edge Add Profile Add profiles to a form Dissolve “BIM” for Architect Divides the selected surface with iso-parametric lines Deletes all surfaces of the form Divide Surface X-Ray Displays the geometric skeleton of a form MMMMAAAASSSSSSSSIIIINNNNGGGG

17. Floor by Face Wall by Face MMMMAAAASSSSSSSSIIIINNNNGGGG Create walls using faces of a mass or generic model Convert a mass floor into a floor of the building model

18. MMMMAAAASSSSSSSSIIIINNNNGGGG Update to Face Updates the elements to reflect recent changes to face Curtain System Creates a certain system on the face of a mass or general model

19. Shapes with diff. size and rotation or angle Using solid Assigning pattern Curtain System MMMMAAAASSSSSSSSIIIINNNNGGGG

20. “BIM” for Analysis

21. BIM on Schematic Design & Design Development Phase Model-used Simulation Air flow simulation Light Environment Simulation Wind Environment Simulation

22. “BIM” for Structural Engineer

23. “BIM” for M&E Engineer

24. 4. Heating and Cooling Load Calculations

25. Building Information Modeling for Contractor

26. Construction Process in “BIM” Structural model Architectural model MEP model Documentatio n Project Simulation 4D Project Estimation 5D Consultant Structural 2D CAD Drawings Consultant Architectural 2D CAD Drawings Consultant M&E Services 2D CAD Drawings Architectural Shop Drawing Structural Shop Drawing M&E Services Shop Drawing Constructio n Planning Quantities Survey Construction model Fabrication model Pre Fabrication Precast& Assembly Pre-Construction Stage Construction Stage Pre- Construction Planning Site Coordination Design Stage Quality Check Quality Check Coordination

27. Pre-construction Planning MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENTS

28. TEMPORARY WORKS COMPONENTS

29. Bored Piling SAMPLE FOR CONSTRUCTION SEQUENCE

30. Construction Sequence Bored Piling 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

31. Construction Sequence Bored Piling 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

32. Construction Sequence Bored Piling 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

33. Construction Sequence Bored Piling 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

34. Construction Sequence Bored Piling 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

35. Construction Sequence Bored Piling 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

36. Construction Sequence Bored Piling 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

37. Construction Sequence Bored Piling 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

38. Construction Sequence Bored Piling 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

39. Construction Sequence Bored Piling 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

40. “BIM” for Coordination ● Detect crashes at the early stage of Design Development

41. Clash Detection CLASH CHECK (REVIT)

42. LACK OF INFORMATION (LOI) “BIM” for RFI

43. “BIM” for Coordination Meeting

44. WALL PENETRATION

45. “BIM” for Documentation (Shop Drawing) • Shop drawing (CBP & Sections)

46. • Shop drawing (Brickwall)

47. • M&E Shop drawing (CSD) Plan

48. • M&E Shop drawing (CSD) Sections

49. “BIM” for Project Planning

50. Location Based View

51. Location Based View Collision on site Ineffective use of time/space

52. “BIM” for Quantity Take-off (Estimation)

53. • Structural Column Schedule

54. • Architectural Doors Windows

55. • Structural Concrete Beam Concrete Column

56. • For Lighting Fixtures (M&E)

57. Building Information Modeling for Fabricator

58. The production

59. Building Information Modeling for Facility Manager

60. Building Process Integrated Project Delivery Data Creation Facilities Management Facilities Management ARCHITECTS STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS MEP SYSTEMS ENGINEERS BUILDERS OWNERS Design Build Operate and Manage

61. What is Facility Management…really? Facility Management means many things to many people. Primarily, it involves the management of the People, Places and Things that make-up our facilities.  People  Employees  Occupants  Vendors  Places  Properties  Buildings  Floors  Spaces  Things  Infrastructure  Furnishings  Finishes

62. Facility Management Operations Facility Managements Operations… Category – Architecture elements Planning Maintenance Building Renovations Emergency Room Object - Room defined separately x x x - Room name & Number x x x Walls & Curtain Walls - Room defined separately x x - Include Wall Type x - Intelligence w/ Sections, Elevations & plans x Doors, Windows, Louvers - Each item defined separately x - Include Door/window Type x Schedules - Door schedule w/ hardware defined x x - Window/ Storefront Schedule x - Wall/Ceiling Schedule x x - Floor Finishes x x x - Signage Schedule x x Operations can include:  Planning  Maintenance  Building Renovations  Emergency Know what you want and what you need it for!

63. LOD For “BIM”

64. Building Information Modeling for Web Based Collaboration

65. Team Meeting Project Rendering Clash Checking Site Coordination WEB-BASED COLLABORATION USING HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE Site Team Project Documentatio n Information Storage Work set Updating Information Creation Information Technology Walkthrough

66. SITE Web Based Rendering

67. Web Based Structural Analyzing

68. Web Based Collaboration

69. Web Based Works Sharing

70. Student Version (3 years free)

71. http://seek.autodesk.com

72. http://smartbim.com

73. http://www.arcat.com

74. http://construction.com/BIM

75. http://www.revitcity.com

76. Model Development I.P.D. Advantages • Integrated environment • Increase efficiency • Enable new ways of working that inspire more creative and sustainable designs PROJECT PHASES CONCEPTUALIZATION DESIGN DOCUMENTATION CONSTRUCTION OWN/OPERATE

77. Building Information Models (BIM)  Increased speed of delivery (time saved)  Better coordination (fewer errors)  Decreased costs (money saved)  Greater productivity  Higher-quality work The Benefits…  New revenue and business opportunities

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