Monday, September 18, 2017 | 11:15 AM - 12:15 PM
Open to Conference Attendees Only
You have a Master Plan, but do you have a Master Model?
Virtual Construction Manager, CM-BIM, Pepper Construction
Principal & Project Architect, AIA, LEED, AP, NCARB, Hutton & Hutton, Architects and Engineers
Director of Facilities and Materials Management, PE, MBA, Columbus Regional Hospital
Columbus Regional Hospital’s (CRH) desire to evolve patient care has kept them agile & innovative and received many awards. With an upcoming expansion of the ED & cancer center and a new loading dock & utility tunnel, CRH started to think about what happens after the project team leaves. CRH had a master plan, but wanted a master model to use as the source/standards for their operations. CRH engaged BIM consultant Hutton & Hutton and Pepper Construction in the process. CRH wanted to know how the design/construction teams develop the model and the project team to understand how they use the data for their operations – so they could develop a process to deliver the model/data in a way CRH can use going forward. The resulting solution allowed CRH to pick its software platform at a later date and still establish specific standards that would work on future projects. Our presentation shares our process, the plan used to develop the master model & lessons learned/best practices.
2. How to develop a FM tool – the process, data requirements & team roles - and create standards for delivering the model before selecting software.
3. Best practices for a model-driven project approach – how BIM drove collaboration, lean practices and technology for problem-solving.
4. How to analyze whether or not your organization is suited and/or ready to use a Master Model and how to get the process started.