BIM - Why should
the client be bothered?
National BIM Conference
Enterprise Ireland – John Hunt
11th June 2015
What we do We help innovative Irish
companies become
leading global players
in markets worldwide
EI Client Exports reached record levels in 2014
11.78
13.18
14.28
12.90
13.93
15.20
16.00
17.10
18.63
20.80(f)
0.00
5.00
1...
ENTERPRISE IRELAND
Where innovation means business
BIM Programmes
Thursday 6th November 2014
Enterprise Ireland and the UK...
ENTERPRISE IRELAND
Where innovation means business
BIM Programmes
Thursday 6th November 2014
ENTERPRISE IRELAND
Where innovation means business
BIM Programmes
Thursday 6th November 2014
FORFAS – OUTLOOK AND STRATEGI...
ENTERPRISE IRELAND
Where innovation means business
BIM Programmes
Thursday 6th November 2014
BIM INNOVATION CAPABILITY PRO...
BIM - Why should
the client be bothered?
Insert EIR plan
Source: Michael Earley, Scott Tallon Walker
“Some clients are asking for Level 2 BIM without
knowing what they want or need ”
“ We need to get clients to engage in BI...
Objectives
• Distinguish between Client benefits and Benefits to the Supply Chain of BIM
• Differentiate between the Direc...
Direct Benefits from Using BIM
Source: BluEnt
Direct Benefits from Using BIM
• Reductions in the number of design meetings and associated savings in cost.
• Majority of...
Direct Benefits from Using BIM
• Amendments were made, agreed and signed off within the meeting based
upon the visual impa...
MUST DISTINGUISH THE
INDUSTRY BENEFITS OF BIM
FROM CLIENT BENEFITS
Client BIM
OUTCOMES
Supply Chain BIM
TOGETHER
D B
20%
D B
20%
Benefits (£)
Source:
https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/sys
tem/uploads/attachment_data/file/325919/D
epartmental_Cost_...
BIM Maturity Diagram
The Path to 20% Capital Cost Savings
20162010
25% Increase
Time
Productivity
The Path to 20% Capital Cost Savings
20162010
25% Increase
Time
Productivity
The Path to 20% Capital Cost Savings
20162010
25% Increase
Productivity
Time
The Path to 20% Capital Cost Savings
Predicted
Possible
Most Likely
Approximate value of BIM Projects as September 2014
(1) HA - This equates to £6bn project value
(2) MOJ - This equates to ...
D B
20%
TODAY MOST BIM’S
ARE SPATIALLY
ACCURATE 3D
MODELS WITH NO
INTELLIGENCE -
excitech
Client BIM
OUTCOMES
D B
20%
BIM: Improving Organisational
Performance for the client
i. Jaguar Land Rover, Wolverhampton – Better planning and reduced...
10 Client Characteristics of an early
BIM adopter – BIM Today
i. Wide stakeholder group
ii. In house knowledge - detailed ...
Source: Peter Trebilcock
Sectors
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house
know
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Seekstandardisation
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Sectors
W
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StakeholderGroup
In
house
know
ledge
-detailed
requirem
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Seekstandardisation
and
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im
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Summary
• Distinguish between Client Benefits and Benefits to the Supply Chain of BIM
• Differentiate between the Direct B...
Source: McGraw Hill Construction - Oct 2014
Initial interaction with BIM - Clients
“
Thank You
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  • 1. BIM - Why should the client be bothered? National BIM Conference Enterprise Ireland – John Hunt 11th June 2015
  • 2. What we do We help innovative Irish companies become leading global players in markets worldwide
  • 3. EI Client Exports reached record levels in 2014 11.78 13.18 14.28 12.90 13.93 15.20 16.00 17.10 18.63 20.80(f) 0.00 5.00 10.00 15.00 20.00 25.00 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Billion(Euro) Year
  • 4. ENTERPRISE IRELAND Where innovation means business BIM Programmes Thursday 6th November 2014 Enterprise Ireland and the UK 1.2 Billion of exports to the UK UK Is Ireland’s largest trading partner 55% of all construction exports are to the UK Supporting ‘000s of families across Ireland
  • 5. ENTERPRISE IRELAND Where innovation means business BIM Programmes Thursday 6th November 2014
  • 6. ENTERPRISE IRELAND Where innovation means business BIM Programmes Thursday 6th November 2014 FORFAS – OUTLOOK AND STRATEGIC PLAN TO 2015 BIM INDUSTRY FORUM (BIF) – May 2014 NATIONAL BIM IMPLMENTATION STEERING COMMITEE (NBISC) BIM INNOVATION CAPABILITY PROGRAMME (BICP) BIM Adoption in Ireland
  • 7. ENTERPRISE IRELAND Where innovation means business BIM Programmes Thursday 6th November 2014 BIM INNOVATION CAPABILITY PROGRAMME Environment Clients
  • 8. BIM - Why should the client be bothered?
  • 9. Insert EIR plan Source: Michael Earley, Scott Tallon Walker
  • 10. “Some clients are asking for Level 2 BIM without knowing what they want or need ” “ We need to get clients to engage in BIM..” “ Clients rarely seem to be actively seeking BIM”
  • 11. Objectives • Distinguish between Client benefits and Benefits to the Supply Chain of BIM • Differentiate between the Direct Benefits and Indirect Benefits • Distinguish between benefits today and benefits tomorrow • Explore how we might best present the industry benefits to clients
  • 12. Direct Benefits from Using BIM Source: BluEnt
  • 13. Direct Benefits from Using BIM • Reductions in the number of design meetings and associated savings in cost. • Majority of clash detection undertaken off site, avoiding costly remedial works on site. • Offsite fabrication was better controlled, benefiting from the clash detection capability within the BIM model. • Risk reduction due to the M&E services being fully co-ordinated with the structure leading to programme benefits. • Effective communications between contractor and client as the model is a rich source of data for users. It was also used in staff induction, training and emergency procedures familiarisation • Clear visualisation communication, with virtual representation meetings became interactive and more efficient.
  • 14. Direct Benefits from Using BIM • Amendments were made, agreed and signed off within the meeting based upon the visual impact of the change. • Reduced maintenance costs from easy access to relevant and up to date information. BIM Models will be handed to the client at completion and can be developed with use of interactive software to manage maintenance checks and inspections • Less snagging / less defects • Programme certainty. • Reduced waste and increased prefabrication
  • 15. MUST DISTINGUISH THE INDUSTRY BENEFITS OF BIM FROM CLIENT BENEFITS
  • 16. Client BIM OUTCOMES
  • 17. Supply Chain BIM TOGETHER
  • 18. D B 20%
  • 19. D B 20%
  • 20. Benefits (£) Source: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/sys tem/uploads/attachment_data/file/325919/D epartmental_Cost_Benchmarks_Cost_Redu ction_Trajectories_and_Cost_Reductions_0 2_July_2014.pdf
  • 21. BIM Maturity Diagram The Path to 20% Capital Cost Savings
  • 22. 20162010 25% Increase Time Productivity The Path to 20% Capital Cost Savings
  • 23. 20162010 25% Increase Time Productivity The Path to 20% Capital Cost Savings
  • 24. 20162010 25% Increase Productivity Time The Path to 20% Capital Cost Savings Predicted Possible Most Likely
  • 25. Approximate value of BIM Projects as September 2014 (1) HA - This equates to £6bn project value (2) MOJ - This equates to £760m project value (3) EA - This equates to £900m project value (4) LA - This equates to £2bn project value Total project value c £9.6bn (Target £20bn) (Returns exclude , MOD, EFA, DoH, HS2) Percentageoftenderedproject@BIMlevel2 Rate of Adoption
  • 26. D B 20%
  • 27. TODAY MOST BIM’S ARE SPATIALLY ACCURATE 3D MODELS WITH NO INTELLIGENCE - excitech
  • 28. Client BIM OUTCOMES
  • 29. D B 20%
  • 30. BIM: Improving Organisational Performance for the client i. Jaguar Land Rover, Wolverhampton – Better planning and reduced asset downtime. ii. GSK – Penetrating developing markets iii. Connect Plus, M25 Widening – Geo-asset tagging and performance of SLAs iv. Food Retail - Optimisation £/m2
  • 31. 10 Client Characteristics of an early BIM adopter – BIM Today i. Wide stakeholder group ii. In house knowledge - detailed knowledge & requirements iii. Seek standardisation and measurable improvement iv. Project requirements subject to high level of change through design and construction v. Strong external influence for change/improvement vi. Strong link between asset and improved business outcomes vii. Inefficient asset O&M viii. Early adaptor of offsite construction ix. Asset use likely to change over time x. Complex build requirement
  • 32. Source: Peter Trebilcock
  • 33. Sectors W ide StakeholderGroup In house know ledge -detailed requirem ent Seekstandardisation and m easurable im provem ent Projectrequirem entssubjectto high levelofchange Strong externalinfluence forchange/im provem ent Strong linkto im proved businessoutcom es InefficientassetO&M Earlyadaptorofoffsite construction Assetuse likelyto change overtim e Com plxbuild requirem ent Airports Commercial Education (Schools) Healthcare Highways England Hi tech construction Rail Residential Retail Secure Accom. Utilities - Water Benefits Today Benefits Tomorrow 10 Client Characteristics of an Early BIM Adopter / By Sector
  • 34. Sectors W ide StakeholderGroup In house know ledge -detailed requirem ent Seekstandardisation and m easurable im provem ent Projectrequirem entssubjectto high levelofchange Strong externalinfluence forchange/im provem ent Strong linkto im proved businessoutcom es InefficientassetO&M Earlyadaptorofoffsite construction Assetuse likelyto change overtim e Com plexbuild requirem ent Airports Commercial Education (Schools) Healthcare Highways England Hi tech construction Rail Residential Retail Secure Accom. Utilities - Water Benefits Today Benefits Tomorrow 10 Client Characteristics of an Early BIM Adopter / By Sector
  • 35. Summary • Distinguish between Client Benefits and Benefits to the Supply Chain of BIM • Differentiate between the Direct Benefits and Indirect Benefits • Distinguish between benefits today and benefits tomorrow • Explore and Develop how we should best present the industry benefits to clients across different sectors. • Airports, Healthcare, Hi-Tech Manufacturing strongest case for BIM today. • BIM Innovation Capability Programme Partner
  • 36. Source: McGraw Hill Construction - Oct 2014 Initial interaction with BIM - Clients
  • 37. “ Thank You

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