BIM and Construction Management: Proven Tools, Methods and Workflows, 2ed

Brad Hardin

ISBN: 9788126556472

404 pages

INR 649

Description

This Book is a complete reference and integration guide that features practical advice, tested methods and workflows and detailed tutorials. Featuring such popular, familiar tools and software as Revit, SketchUp, Innovaya, Timberline and more, this in-depth book shows readers the best way to accomplish crucial tasks. This book offers a grounded and results focused approach to enhance workflows in construction with BIM and Technology. Written by two industry leading experts, this book addresses the need to appropriately leverage an array of tools and technologies to provide significant and real value during the lifecycle of a project.

 

Introduction

 

Chapter 1 Why is Technology So Important to Construction Management?  

  • The Promise of BIM  
  • Processes  
  • Technologies  
  • Behaviors
  • The Value of BIM in Construction  
  • Where Does BIM Play a Role in Construction Management?
  • Team Engagement
  • Project Pursuit and Business Development
  • Planning for BIM Success
  • Using Contracts in Planning
  • Scheduling
  • Logistics
  • Estimating Cost
  • Constructability
  • Analyzing Data in BIM
  • Designing for Prefabrication  
  • Coordinating Construction
  • Using Mobile Devices
  • Controlling Schedules
  • Controlling Cost
  • Managing Change
  • Material Management
  • Tracking Equipment
  • Closeout
  • Managing Facilities
  • Knowledge Platform Population
  • Where the Industry Is Headed
  • Leadership Buy-In
  • The Evolving Role of the BIM Manager
  • What Have Been the Results?

 

Chapter 2 Project Planning

  • Delivery Methods
  • Design-Bid-Build
  • Construction Manager at Risk
  • Design-Build
  • Integrated Project Delivery
  • BIM Addenda (Contracts)
  • AIA: Document E202
  • AGC: ConsensusDocs 301
  • DBIA: Document E-BIMWD
  • AIA: Document E203
  • Contracts Summary
  • The Fundamental Uses of BIM
  • Level of Development
  • Model-Based Coordination
  • Model-Based Scheduling
  • Model-Based Estimating
  • Model-Based Facilities Management
  • Model-Based Analysis
  • BIM Execution Plan
  • History of the BIM Execution Plan
  • Communication
  • Expectation
  • Organization

 

Chapter 3 How to Market BIM and Win the Project

  • BIM Marketing Background
  • Building Your Team
  • Marketing Your Brand of BIM
  • Does What You Are Proposing Show Clear and Demonstrable Value?
  • Is This a Proven Tool or Process, a Developing One, or an Innovative One?
  • Can You Show Real Results from the Impact of Implementation?
  • Is This What the Owner Wants?
  • Is This Something You Can Deliver?
  • Using BIM to Enhance the Proposal
  • Addressing BIM in the RFP
  • Project Pursuit Images
  • Project Simulations
  • Project Pursuit Virtual /Augmented Reality Simulations
  • Other Marketing Tools
  • Tailor-Fit Your Offerings
  • Client Alignment
  • Pushing the Envelope
  • Seeking Value and Focusing on Results

 

Chapter 4 BIM and Preconstruction

  • Leaning on the Past
  • The Empire State Building
  • Adopting New Technology
  • The Journey to BIM
  • The Kickoff
  • Getting the Right People in the Room
  • Creating the Vision
  • Opening the Lines of Communication
  • Accounting for the Expectation Bias
  • Scheduling Design
  • Design Structure Matrix
  • Scheduling the LOD
  • Constructability Review
  • Leverage the Plans
  • Leverage the Details
  • Leverage the People
  • Estimating
  • Revit Schedules for Estimating
  • Cost Trending with Assemble
  • Analysis
  • The 2030 Challenge
  • Overview of Sustainability and BIM
  • Sustainability Analysis with Sefaira
  • Logistics and Planning

 

Chapter 5 BIM and Construction

  • Overview of BIM in Construction
  • Model Coordination
  • BIM and Site Coordination
  • Clash Detection
  • Navisworks Conflict Exercise
  • Fabrication
  • BIM Scheduling
  • Scheduling Software
  • Completing the Feedback Loop
  • Systems Installation
  • Installation Management
  • Installation Verifi cation
  • Construction Activity Tracking
  • Field Issue Management
  • BIM and Safety
  • Producing Better Field Information
  • Beginning with the End in Mind
  • What Information Do You Need to Build?
  • Model Redlining Exercise
  • Video Embedding Exercise
  • The Virtual Job Trailer
  • The Conference Room
  • The Plans and Specifications Hub
  • The Jobsite Office as a Server
  • The Jobsite Office as a Communication Hub
  • Setting Up the Job Trailer

 

Chapter 6 BIM and Construction Administration

  • The Battle for BIM
  • Training Field Personnel
  • Training Goals for Basic Skills
  • Advanced Training Goals for Model Creation
  • Training Courses for Additional Uses
  • Document Control
  • Creating a Digital Plan Room with Bluebeam Revu eXtreme
  • The Real Value of 4D
  • Developing BIM Intuition
  • Starting with a Door
  • Assemble Systems: Beyond the Basics
  • Importing Search Sets into Navisworks
  • Mapping Equipment to BIM 360 Field
  • Information Loading and QR Coding
  • Using 360 Field to Status Material
  • Visualizing Equipment Status in the Model
  • Endless Possibilities
  • Small Wins to Big Change

 

Chapter 7 BIM and Close Out

  • True Costs of Facility Operations
  • Artifact Deliverables
  • Constant Deliverables
  • Taking a Hybrid Approach
  • Owners and BIM
  • Owner Options
  • Integration of a Record BIM
  • BIM and Information Handover
  • Maintaining the Model
  • Ongoing Investment and Logistics for Facility Management BIM
  • Training
  • Model Maintenance
  • One BIM = One Source of Information

 

Chapter 8 The Future of BIM

  • What Will BIM Be?
  • Industry Trends
  • BIM and Prefabrication
  • New Processes and Roles
  • Interoperability
  • BIM and Education
  • BIM and the New Construction Manager
  • BIM and the New Team
  • BIM and the New Process
  • Future Opportunities
  • Future Relationships
  • Virtual Builder Certification

 

Summary

Index