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Introduction to Digital Engineering on Queens Wharf
An insight into precinct wide Maximo integration

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MelBIM 190619

  1. 1. An insight into precinct wide Maximo integration Introduction to Digital Engineering on Queens Wharf Nick Rostin Senior Digital PM Queens Wharf Brisbane lead
  2. 2. Digital Engineering? Digital Engineering goes beyond creating 3D models. It’s an approach to integrating data and model structures by leveraging primary data sources to advance project collaboration, decision making and delivery. Our Digital Engineering Team is multidisciplinary, with an extensive digital skillset and a proven track record of delivering cutting edge solutions on complex projects. Digital Engineering Includes: • Strategy and Execution • BIM • GIS & Spatial Data Sets • Revit Modelling • Visualisation • Data Science and Analytics • Augmented Reality • Virtual Reality
  3. 3. Experience Brisbane Metro-$300m Cross River Rail - $5.4b Perth Children's Hospital - $1.2b Perth Stadium - $1.2b Queens Wharf - $3.6b
  4. 4. Experience Southflank - $3b Karratha Gas Plant - $ various / ongoing
  5. 5. QWB Intro
  6. 6. The Clients Requirement 99 year FM requirement for: • 12 Football fields public space • 2000 Residential Apartments • 1000+ Premium Hotel Rooms • 50 restaurants, cafes and bars • Marine and public foreshore works • Integrated Resort Development (IRD) • 9 repurposed heritage buildings • 1 New Pedestrian Bridge
  7. 7. Why BIM for QWB? • Star – 99 Year Facilities Management Period • Create a BIM that is suitable to integrate with Maximo for DBC FM needs. • Complex site with multiple interfaces & programs • Appointment of BIM Management Consultant Consultant Contractor Facilities LOD300 LOD500
  8. 8. 8 Consortium Lead Architects - Designers Design Consultants Contractors The BIM Team
  9. 9. Proposed solution • Maximo, FM Tool • COBie Input • Model Interface • Early FM Mobilisation of The Star Operations • Major Benefit to have FM input at this stage of the project
  10. 10. 2100+ AIR TERMINALS 4600+ COMMUNICATION DEVICES 3300+ DUCT ACCESSORIES 2100+ DATA DEVICES 11600+ ELECTRICAL FIXTURES 1500+ ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 800+ FIRE ALARM DEVICES 2000+ LIGHTING DEVICES 49000+ LIGHTING FIXTURES 3300+ DUCT ACCESSORIES 1800+ MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT 10000+ PLUMBING FIXTURES 5900+ PIPE ACCESSORIES 1800+ SECURITY DEVICES 1800+ SPRINKLER HEADS 5500+ SPECIALTY EQUIPMENT OVER 100,000 SERVICEABLE ITEMS QWB SERVICES
  11. 11. General BIM
  12. 12. Interoperability – Coordinates • Now defined, previously no coordinated approach • PDC taken ownership of this file due to ArchiCAD and Revit relationship • Inputs from lead architects and surveyors, workflows for updates are defined • Model includes surveyor boundaries, coordinates, set out, grids, levels, titleblocks etc • All design consultants now “aligned” to QWB MASTER template
  13. 13. Interoperability - Exports • Open BIM solution, comes with its challenges • Number of differing file format types required • Clear communication to all on what file type for where and when to be submitted • Differing formats tie into model upload schedule/sharing requirements
  14. 14. Model Break Up Strategy • Consider software capabilities – model size • Modelling Teams can align to program, working in differing models • Needs to align to design & construction program • Staged model handover • Federation has included 270+ models at the end of feasibility design CPA_MDL_ARC_IRD_IT1_Facade CPA_MDL_ARC_IRD_IT1_STRUCTURAL CPA_MDL_ARC_IRD_IT1_interior Hotel 1 CPA_MDL_ARC_IRD_IT1_interior Hotel 2 CPA_MDL_ARC_IRD_ICG_Facade CPA_MDL_ARC_IRD_ICG_STRUCTURAL CPA_MDL_ARC_IRD_ICG_Podium North CPA_MDL_ARC_IRD_ICG_Podium south
  15. 15. IFC Consultant IFC Management / common data type
  16. 16. BIM Technology Map • “Open BIM” approach • “SPOT” key to BIM delivery. (Single Point of Truth) • BIM uses flow from Fed Model • One click “Link” Collaboration between design consultants is key • Automation of Federated Model creation with iConstruct
  17. 17. BIM Management Plan • Challenge & Opportunity • Coordinated BIM Management docs prepared • Consultant BIM kick off meeting held • Met with each consultant to discuss the documents • Comments encouraged and incorporated • Written into the consultancy deeds (early adoption)
  18. 18. LOI – specifications for model data
  19. 19. Existing Conditions Survey Models
  20. 20. SUI & PUP
  21. 21. Building BIM: Piece by PieceLocalfilesCentral Files Issued Files Federated Model
  22. 22. Federated Model – Project Review
  23. 23. Ongoing Coord - Fortnightly Updates Design change model coordination process • Design • Model Update • Federation • VCR Meeting • Actions
  24. 24. Modelling for Clashes
  25. 25. Design Review issue Reporting
  26. 26. Issued to Contractor (no status) Constructed / Installed As Built Verified As Built Data & Tracking
  27. 27. BIM360 – BIM in the Field
  28. 28. The Details
  29. 29. 29 2015/16 2017 2018 2019 SD DD Tender Main Works Early Works SD DD Tender Construction PUP&Demo Works Construction BIM Brief + Plan BIM Management BIM Implementation Timeline Const. • Model handover processes • 30%, 60%, 90% Model Audits • Contractor Briefings • Contractor capability reviews • B360 Implementation • COBie Workflows Developed • dRofus implementation • EWKS LOD 500 Verification • Model Audits • Contractor Briefings/kick off • COBie work flow verification • TSEG & Kalibrate consultation FM Integration • Verified Maximo work flow • Tender models created • Main works kick off • BIM plan review for construction • Contractor kick off/support • PDC BIM Engagement • Client Review & BIM goals • Maximo Goals • Consultant kick-offs • BIM Plan reviews • Consultancy deeds • BIM environment setup
  30. 30. BIM Management Plan 30 • Challenge & Opportunity • Coordinated BIM Management docs prepared • Consultant BIM kick off meeting held • Met with each consultant to discuss the documents • Comments encouraged and incorporated • Written into the consultancy deeds (early adoption) Part Name Description Doc Ref Number CoreDocuments Part 1.1 BIM Brief Overarching BIM governance document DBC-PLN-BIM-PWD-00001 Part 1.2 BIM Scope of Works Details the BIM requirements from each stakeholder DBC-PLN-BIM-PWD-00002 Part 2.1 BIM Execution Plan Overarching BIM governance of workflows and processes document. DBC-PLN-BIM-PWD-00003 Part 2.2 BIM Collaboration Requirements Collaboration processes and standards to be followed in the project DBC-PLN-BIM-PWD-00004 Part 2.3 Minimum Modelling Standards Document containing standards and best practice for modelling on the project DBC-PLN-BIM-PWD-00005 Part 2.4 LOD Matrix The document defining the LOD requirements & responsibilities for modelling elements and data deliverables. DBC-PLN-BIM-PWD-00006 SupportingDocuments Part 2.5 Schedules & Workflows Document containing all schedules and tables referenced in BMP that require regular amendments. DBC-PLN-BIM-PWD-00007 Part 2.6 ArchiCAD User Manual Standards and use of ArchiCAD on the project DBC-PLN-BIM-PWD-00008 Part 2.7 Revit User Manual Standards and use of Revit on the project DBC-PLN-BIM-PWD-00009 Part 2.8 dRofus User Manual Workflows and standards for the integration of dRofus on the project. DBC-PLN-BIM-PWD-00010 Part 2.9 COBie User Manual Process management of COBie data on the project DBC-PLN-BIM-PWD-00011 Part 3.0 BIM360 User Guide General introduction and requirements to apply BIM 360 DBC-PLN-BIM-PWD-00012 Part 3.1 BIM360 Glue - User Manual Detailed guide on the application of BIM 360 Glue DBC-PLN-BIM-PWD-00013 Part 3.2 BIM360 Field - User Manual Detailed guide on the application of BIM 360 Field DBC-PLN-BIM-PWD-00014 Part 3.3 BIM 360 Schedule & Workflows Document containing all schedules and tables referenced in Part 3 that require regular amendments. DBC-PLN-BIM-PWD-00015
  31. 31. Implementation Maximo delivery refined LOD req. refined Mainworks kickoff TSEG Engagement LOI data reviewed with TSEG, DBC, Kalibrate. Maximo workflow verified Client Requirements Maximo Delivery Contractor Refinement Mainworks cont. working through requirements LOD/LOI refined further LOD / LOI Developed COBie identified for Maximo COBie data included in LOI DBC data included in LOI Asset Journey
  32. 32. 32 IFC Management - COBie
  33. 33. LOI – specifications for model data
  34. 34. BIM Technology Map “Open BIM” approach • “SPOT” key to BIM delivery. (Single Point of Truth) • BIM uses flow from Fed Model • One click “Link” Collaboration between design consultants is key • Automation of Federated Model creation with iConstruct
  35. 35. Model Break Up Strategy • Consider software capabilities – model size • Modelling Teams can align to program, working in differing models • Needs to align to design & construction program • Staged model handover • Federation has included 270+ models at the end of feasibility design CPA_MDL_ARC_IRD_IT1_Facade CPA_MDL_ARC_IRD_IT1_STRUCTURAL CPA_MDL_ARC_IRD_IT1_interior Hotel 1 CPA_MDL_ARC_IRD_IT1_interior Hotel 2 CPA_MDL_ARC_IRD_ICG_Facade CPA_MDL_ARC_IRD_ICG_STRUCTURAL CPA_MDL_ARC_IRD_ICG_Podium North CPA_MDL_ARC_IRD_ICG_Podium south
  36. 36. Precinct Levels Equipment Naming Holistic Precinct Naming (IRD – BASEMENT 06) Room Naming
  37. 37. WSP naming convention
  38. 38. Plant / Equipment ID (Naming Code) FCU Precinct Code (Refer Aconex Ref Guide) IT1 Level/Plant Reference L01 Instance Identifier (4 digit Sequential Number) 0001- - - Type Name (i.e. Light Model Number) FCU Precinct Code (Refer Aconex Ref Guide) IT1 Level/Plant Reference L01 Instance Identifier (4 digit Sequential Number) 0001- - - System Type Name (i.e. System Identifier) SA - Instance Identifier (2 digit Sequential Number) 01. Asset ID (i.e. Light Type Code) VL06C Precinct Code (Refer Aconex Ref Guide) IT1 Level/Plant Reference L01 Instance Identifier (4 digit Sequential Number) 0001- - - Equipment Naming
  39. 39. Equipment ID / Asset ID Technical Data / Specifications Warranty Operations & Maintenance Manual Commissioning Information Test & Install / DLP CH-IT1-L01-0001      FCU-IT1-L02-0002      MSB-IT1-L01-0001      VL06C-IT1-L01-0001      Asset Register to contain the following: • Asset ID (QWB_Data_Asset Type Identifier) O&M Record capture Equipment ID / Asset ID Technical Data / Specifications Warranty Operations & Maintenance Manual Commissioning Information Test & Install / DLP CH-IT1-L01-0001 AXI-TDS-SER-IT1-001 AXI-WAR-SER-IT1-001 AXI-OMM-SER-IT1-001 AXI-COM-SER-IT1-001 AXI-TID-SER-IT1-001 FCU-IT1-L02-0002 EAC-TDS-SER-IT1-001 EAC-WAR-SER-IT1-001 EAC-OMM-SER-IT1-001 EAC-COM-SER-IT1-001 EAC-TID-SER-IT1-001 MSB-IT4-L01-0001 FRE-TDS-SER-IT4-001 FRE-WAR-SER-IT4-001 FRE-OMM-SER-IT4-001 FRE-COM-SER-IT4-001 FRE-TID-SER-IT4-001 VL06C-IT1-L01-0001 FRE-TDS-SER-IT1-001 FRE-WAR-SER-IT1-001 FRE-OMM-SER-IT1-001   Aconex Document Reference Number for: 1. Technical Data / Specifications 2. Warranty 3. Operations & Maintenance Manual 4. Commissioning Information 5. Test & Install / DLP
  40. 40. QWB Instance Parameters: • QWB_Data_Asset Identifier • QWB_Data_Type Identifier • QWB_Data_Document Link (5) Switchboard Example Instance Identifier (4 digit Sequential Number) 0001- Plant / Equipment ID (Naming Code) MSB Precinct Code (Refer Aconex Ref Guide) GWE Level/Plant Reference BH- -
  41. 41. MAXIMO 2. BIM MODEL UPLOAD • CREATE STORAGE • LINK MODEL AREA • IMPORT MODEL • REVIEW DATA 3. ASSET MANAGEMENT • REVIEW ASSET DATA • ASSET TO MODEL LINK 1. IMPORT DATA • UPLOAD COBIE DATA • ASSET CREATION FROM COBIE DATA • REVIEW COBIE MAPPING • VALIDATE COBIE DATA 4. ADVANCED TESTING • COLOUR OVERRIDES IN MODEL • FEDERATED MODEL UPLOAD • FORGE BROWSER (SELECTION TREE) HIERARCHY RE-BUILD • PROPERTIES REVIEW Maximo Testing – Mock-up Rooms
  42. 42. ASSET LINKED TO MODEL COBIE EXCEL EXPORT PASS FAIL VALIDATION REPORT USED TO CORRECT COBIE DATA ASSET DATA AND LOCATION IN MAXIMO MAPPING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN COBIE & MODEL IN MAXIMO TO CREATE ASSET FIELDS COBIE VALIDATION FIX DATA IN AUTHORING SOFTWARE NWC/N WD IFC 2x3 BIM MODEL UPLOAD TO FORGE Maximo Testing - Asset Creation
  43. 43. SEARCH FOR ASSET ASSET DETAILS ASSET COBIE DATA ASSET IN 3D MODEL Maximo Testing- Asset Example
  44. 44. Maximo Testing – Advanced Testing ASSET DATA REVIEW Information coming through has to be relevant to the facility manager. With IFC models all data from the model comes through. This can be up to 500 parameters of information where 15 parameters maybe the only ones they need. We have been testing the use of NWC files as we can remove data that is not relevant for FM use. This will be better value for the handover and reduce time wasted trying to find the right information. FORGE BROSER PDC have reviewed browser and found the most user friendly hierarchy to be: PRECINCT ▼ TOWER ▼ LEVEL ▼ ZONE ▼ ROOM ▼ CATEGORY ▼ COMPONENT COMPONENT CHECK After each model upload to the cloud its best to review data is matching the native model.
  45. 45. MODEL BREAK UP (RECONSTRUCT) After we tested IFC vs NWC files and determined that it is a easier model to deal with in Forge this has opened up the ability to slice and dice the fed model. When reviewing interior arch models you can have other models such services in session for context. IT1 - LEVEL 28 – BAR SCOPE IT1 - LEVEL 28 – BAR SCOPE WITH STR/SERVICES COLOUR OVERRIDES We are in the process if testing model colour overrides that are used in the traditional QWB federated model. This will give a much better coordination view when walking through the model especially for distinguishing services. Maximo Testing – Advanced Testing
  46. 46. All images are subject to approval and may change in the final design. Alastair Brook Director – Digital Engineering Brisbane, Australia P: +61 433 056 563 E: Alastair.Brook@pdcgroup.com For BIM specific related queries – PDC BIM Evolved – BIM Consultants: Nick Rostin Senior Digital PM – QWB Lead Brisbane, Australia P: +61 410 107 131 E: Nick.Rostin@pdcgroup.com

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