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					           BIM & COBIE
        Information Briefing For:
AGC FEDERAL FACILITIES COMMITTEE MEETING
         Thursday November 6, 2007



                  Presentation by:
                    Mr. Van Woods
           Seattle District CAD/BIM Manager
      Regional BIM Coordinator, Northwest Division
            Acting Geospatial Section Chief
              van.woods@usace.army.mil
                     206.764.3614


                                  Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers
          Outline


•   What is BIM?
•   Why the Corps is going BIM
•   Where the Corps is going with BIM
•   What is COBIE?
•   Q&A




                  Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers
https://cadbim.usace.army.mil/Myfiles/1/ERDC_TR-06-10.pdf        http://www.wbdg.org/resources/cobie.php

   Google: Corps BIM Roadmap                                            Google: COBIE




    USACE BIM Roadmap & COBIE                               Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers
BIM = Geometry + Database + “Reports”




                                                                            Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers
 Source: A Path Forward in BIM: A Road Map for Implementation To Support Civil Works Projects within the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
 Kincaid, Wilson 2007
        Why is USACE going BIM
• BIM Supports USACE Strategic Organizational Goals
   – Regionalization
   – Centers of Standardization
   – Virtual teaming, integrated teams

• BIM Effectively Supports MILCON & MILCON Transformation
   – BIM benefits in design and construction
   – Goal to accrue O&M benefits

• BIM Effectively Supports Civil Works Projects
   – Complex geometry
   – High cost for errors

• BIM Provides Best Opportunities
   – Efficient data creation and reuse
   – Better quality deliverables
   – Cost savings



                                               Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers
   Moving to Adapt-Build BIM Models
• All COS are working to a BIM
  adapt build solution
  – FY08:
     –All MT RFP’s require BIM
     –Receive BIM models as deliverable
  – FY09:
     – Use best ideas from FY08 projects
     – Include BIM models in solicitation package
          – Generally an 80% design solution
  – FY10-11:
     – Each successive award will continuously
     improve model
             Note: USACE goal is full BIM design platform neutrality once
                   technology and standards support interoperability.

                                            Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers
       USACE BIM Road Map
        Achieve a coordinated move towards BIM while
       managing technology and business process risks




•   https://cadbim.usace.army.mil/Myfiles/1/ERDC_TR-06-10.pdf
•   Google: Corps BIM Roadmap


                                    Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers
Tools: Sketchup, TriForma (all disciplines), Navigator, MathCad, RAM, M2
                                               Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers
Learning Curve: significant
Howard Hanson Fish Passage Facility
                Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers
Disciplines: Structural, Mechanical, Civil, Geotech
          Seattle District, Army Corps
Tools: TriForma, STAAD Pro, MathCad, InRoads of       Engineers
Complex Geometry
  Cost Avoidance




      Grout Curtain Drilling Studies
           Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers
                                    Information Loss
                                          Big Deal for the Army



                    Information is collected during each phase of the
                    facility life-cycle and lost at the handoff points to be
                    partially recollected in many cases at additional
                    cost. The solution is to use a standard framework
                    to collect information as it is generated on a
Information Value




                    continuous basis.                                                                 WASTE



                                    GOAL: Continuous
                                    Information Collection


                                Design                                                            Operations,
Planning
                                                                                                  Sustainment
                                                                     Construction

                                                Time                           Slide Courtesy of Deke Smith, NBIMS
                                                             Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers
                   What is COBIE?
• Construction Operations Building Information Exchange
•   Why COBIE?
     – To streamline project handover
     – Avoid data re-entry

•   Where is COBIE used?
     – Designer BIM deliverable
     – Construction handover
       specification
     – Construction commissioning
       specs

                 http://www.wbdg.org/resources/cobie.php
                           Google: COBIE

                                         Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers
What is COBIE?




        Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers
             Contact
         Information
                    Mr. Van Woods
        Regional BIM Coordinator,
                 Northwest Division
Seattle District CAD/BIM Manager
  Acting Geospatial Section Chief
      van.woods@usace.army.mil
             phone: 206-764-3614
                 cell: 206-933-7874


                                      Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers
Outline




     Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers
•   Aecbytes.com
     –   http://www.aecbytes.com/feature/2007/BIMSurveyReport.html
                                             Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers
      What Are They Doing?
• Stanford’s CIFE
  – http://www.stanford.edu/group/CIFE/




                               Seattle District, Army Corps of Engineers

				
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