|2007||Finland||Requires IFC BIM in its projects and intends to have integrated model-based operation in future||Senate Properties|
|UK||Standard: Collaborative production of architectural, engineering and construction information. Code of Practice.||BS 1192:2007|
|2008||USA||Mandatory BIM for government projects||GSA; USACE|
|2010||Norway||Requires IFC BIM for new buildings||Statsbygg|
|3 BIM pilot projects running||Norwegian Defence Estates Agency|
|Singapore||Establish Centre for construction IT help key agencies and construction firms to kick start BIM||Singapore BIM Roadmap 2012|
|UK||Building Information Management – A Standard Framework and Guide to BS 1192||Joint publication of BS 1192:2007 and BSI/CPI|
|2011||Singapore||Work with key agencies on pilot projects||Singapore BIM Roadmap 2012|
|UK||Creation of the implementation plan and team to deliver||Government Construction Strategy (May)|
|Evaluate trial projects and recommend (ongoing)|
|Standard Due: Library Objects for Architecture, Engineering and Construction. Recommended 2D symbols of building elements for use in building information modelling.||BS 8541-2|
|Standard Due: Library Objects for Architecture, Engineering and Construction: Identification and grouping||BS 8541-1|
|Report/Strategy Paper for the Government Construction Client Group (March)||BIM Industry Working Group|
|2012||Korea||Public Procurement Service to fully adopt IFC-based open BIM|
|Singapore||BIM as part of public sector building project procurement||Singapore BIM Roadmap 2012|
|Work with key agencies to prepare consultants and contractors who undertake the public sector projects to be BIM ready|
|BIM Guide – published||Singapore BIM Guide|
|Finland||Common BIM Requirements – published||buildingSMART Finland|
|UK||Begin phased roll out ot all Government projects (Summer)||Government Construction Strategy|
|Define and mandate expected standard (information set) for Government projects (April)|
|Identify trial projects in multiple departments to achieve delivery via 3D fully collaborative BIM (July)|
|COBie-UK-2012||BIM Task Group|
|Standard due: Library Objects for Architecture, Engineering and Construction: Shape and measurements||BS 8541-3|
|Standard due: Library Objects for Architecture, Engineering and Construction: Attributes for specification and simulation||BS 8541-4|
|Building Information Management Management – Information requirements for the capital delivery phase of construction projects||PAS 1192-2:2012|
|Operational Asset Management – Processes and data for the commissioning, handover, operation and occupation stages||BS 1192-3 (not yet published)|
|2013||Australia||Develop and deliver a BIM awareness and promotion program for key government and broader industry participants (July 1)||Implementation Strategy – National BIM Initiative Report|
|Develop and start delivery of BIM training packages to industry practitioners (July 1)|
|Enable progressive access to an Australian library of generic BIM objects and information for manufactured products that comply with Australian BIM standards (July 1)|
|Singapore||Mandatory Architecture BIM e-Submissions for all new building projects . 20,000 m²||Singapore BIM Roadmap 2012|
|2014||Australia||Develop Australian BIM contracts (July 1)||Implementation Strategy – National BIM Initative Report|
|Encourage the inclusion of BIM as a collaborative technology for both professional education and vocational training in the tertiary sector (July 1)|
|Develop industry protocols for information exchange to underpin BIM and collaborative practice (July 1)|
|Coordinate activity between relevant sectors of the Australian economy to enable integrated access to land, geospatial and building information (July 1)|
|Singapore||Mandatory Engineering BIM e-Submissions for all new building projects . 20,000 m²||Singapore BIM Roadmap 2012|
|2015||Australia||Develop Australian technical codes and standards for BIM (July 1)||Implementation Strategy – National BIM Initative Report|
|Align Australian BIM codes and standards with international equivalents (july 1)|
|Develop a model-based building regulatory compliance process demonstrator (July 1)|
|Develop and implementation plan for the transition of Australian regulatory codes and compliance mechanisms to model-based performance based systems (july 1)|
|Require BIM for Australian Government procurement for built environment projects (July 1)|
|Encourage State and Territory Governments and the private sector to require BIM for procurement for built environment projects (July 1)|
|Singapore||Mandatory Architecture & Engineering BIM e-Submissions for all new building projects . 5,000 m²||Singapore BIM Roadmap 2012|
|Target = Singapore Construction Industry to use BIM widely|
|2016||UK||Deliver Level 2 BIM (Collaboration) – Introduce a progressive programme of mandated use of fully collaborative Building Information Modelling for Government projects. Level 2 = Managed 3D environment held in separate discipline “BIM(M)” tools with attached data; Commercial data managed by an ERP; Integration on the basis of proprietary interfaces or bespoke middleware could be regarded as “pBIM” (proprietary); the approach may utilise 4D programme data and 5D cost elements.||UK Government Construction Strategy & BIM BIM Strategy Paper (2011)|
|Source: Susan Keenliside, 2013-email, via http://www.4Clicks.com|
|2020||Singapore||Realise the vision of a highly integrated and technologically advanced construction sector that will be led by progressive firms and supported by a skilled and competent workforce.||Singapore BIM Roadmap 2012|
Is focus upon the 3D component of BIM an unfortunate distraction?
BIM, Building Information Modeling is the ability to create a dynamic information model of the built environment (above and below ground, inside and out, horizontal and vertical physical infrastructure) for use in all real property related activities: concept, rapid prototyping, planning, design, engineering, construction, physical and functional condition monitoring and management, financing, capital reinvestment, insurance, facility management, renovation, repair, sustainability, utilization, leasing, valuation, procurement, sale and decommissioning with appropriate shared, secure, and collaborative information access and use.
The advent of Cloud Computing, combined with the cost to capture, store, and process information falling to near zero, is enabling new capabilities for secure, real-time collaboration.
The altered world landscape relative to the built environment is upon us all. In addition to technology changes that are altering the ways we interact and conduct business on fundamental basis, there are economic and environmental imperatives. All of which lead to the AECOO (Architecture, Engineering, Construction, Operations and Owner) sector and its stakeholdings needing to collaborate to achieve better, quicker outcome, at less cost, and with less risk.
Key challenges to BIM in terms of its true potential, the life-cycle management of the built environment, include:
– The development of uniform standard process, terminology, and technology environments for the new BIG DATA world , encompassing all ‘built environment related knowledge domains, competencies, and activities.
– Clear organization and classifications of information and associated access rights and rights to use, enabling appropriate, uniform basis intra and international use.
– Workflow-based Cloud-computing services environments, and plug-ins that are vs. monolithic traditional software frameworks which are web enabled via virtual server, or even traditional 3-tier web applications such as .NET. 4-tier applications are needed with the ability to link and reuse information in any manner relative to identity/location, building, area, floor, room, occupancy, use, physical and functional conditions, standardized and actual costs (material, equipment, and labor), et al… – to provide common ‘highly secure’ models for short and long term decision support.
– The acceptance and increased use of collaborative construction delivery methods such as Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) and Job Order Contracting (JOC). The latter a form of IPD specifically targeting facility renovation, repair, sustainability, and minor new construction projects.
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New authentication methods or new kinds of user credentials can be adopted by upgrading just the authentication service. Associated contracts, projects, and estimates don’t need to be re-coded. Changes to access control policy can be made quicker and more easily because it is consolidated in the one place.
Dedicated and focused security service leads to better overall security – compared with each organization having a part-time resource for security management.
Security improvements benefit all projects at the same time.
Less time and effort is devoted to security administration as administrators only need to understand and use one security framework rather than a different one for each project.
Errors are reduced because there is no duplication of identity data and access control policy.A unified view of identity and access control policy is achieved for each user, without breaching the security of other users.
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City and Town Governments continue to push legislation requiring high performance buildings.
-1- Ord. 2010-42Presented by: The ManagerIntroduced:
J.W. HartleORDINANCE OF THE CITY AND BOROUGH OF JUNEAU, ALASKASerial No. 2010-42An Ordinance Amending the Land Use Code To RequireConstruction and Renovation of Municipal Public Facilities toMeet a Sustainable Building Standard. WHEREAS, the City and Borough anticipates that it will be facing unprecedentedincreases in fuel and electricity rates in the future; andWHEREAS, in the United States, buildings account for 12.2 percent of freshwateruse, 38 percent of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, 40 percent of material use, and 39percent of energy use; andWHEREAS, the City and Borough desires to reduce it’s building operating andmaintenance costs, provide a healthy and productive indoor work environment for itsemployees and the public, promote the community’s ongoing economic vitality, andsupport energy efficiency; andWHEREAS, the City and Borough recognizes that the practice of sustainability, asit relates to buildings, is the use of key resources like energy, water, materials and landin a more efficient manner than simply constructing buildings to code; and1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526-2- Ord. 2010-42WHEREAS, building sustainability creates healthier work, learning, and livingenvironments with more natural light and cleaner air, contributing to improvedemployee and student health, comfort, and productivity; andWHEREAS, the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) RatingSystem is a third-party certification system developed by the United States GreenBuilding Council. This system quantifies sustainable design, and awards rankingsbased on achievement; andWHEREAS, these third-party certification systems are not expected to significantlyimpact CBJ staffing; andWHEREAS, government is ultimately responsible for leading by example and settinga community standard for the sustainable planning, design, construction, renovationand operation of buildings to support economic, social, and environmentalsustainability.NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ENACTED BY THE ASSEMBLY OF THE CITY AND BOROUGH OFJUNEAU, ALASKA:Section 1. Classification. This ordinance is of a general and permanent natureand shall become a part of the City and Borough Code.//////1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526-3- Ord. 2010-42Section 2. Amendment of Chapter. CBJ 49.35 Public Improvements, isamended to add a new section, CBJ 49.35.800 Sustainable building standards forconstruction and renovation of buildings, to read:49.35.800 Sustainable building standards for construction and renovation ofbuildings.(a) New construction and renovation of existing buildings and facilities by the Cityand Borough. The City and Borough shall construct and renovate its public facilitiesand buildings to sustainable building standards through the use of the U.S. GreenBuilding Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) ratingsystem, and shall be responsible for ensuring that public facilities and buildings meetthe requirements as set out in this section and are operated accordingly.(1) LEED shall be the quantitative measurement for how well standards aremet;(2) All public facilities and buildings utilizing municipal funds and costingover $5,000,000 (either general or bonded), including new privateconstruction for Municipal leasing or renting, shall be designed andconstructed in such a fashion as to achieve a minimum level of LEEDCertified;(A) The City and Borough Engineering Department shall determine ifattainment of specific LEED credits will be required within the creditspursued for LEED Certification. These required credits shall bedocumented in CBJ policy and shall be reviewed and updated each1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526-4- Ord. 2010-42time a new version of the LEED standard is issued. Such update shalloccur within three months of the issuance of a new LEED standard.(b) Application. The sustainable building standards for municipal buildings andfacilities, including but not limited to, the Juneau School District, the JuneauInternational Airport, and Bartlett Regional Hospital, shall apply to facilities andbuildings where the principal use is regularly occupied space, including, but not limitedto, buildings occupied for office, retail, classroom, healthcare, or assembly purposes.(1) As used in this section, occupied means a facility or building whoseprimary purpose is for people to work, assemble, or intend to remainwithin to perform functions (other than routine maintenance) of theprincipal use of the building. Industrial facilities, such as maintenance,warehouse, and vehicle storage, are excluded from this section.Section 3. Exception Procedure. If the Manager, with the consent of theAssembly, after consideration of the recommendation of the Sustainability Commission,determines that it would not be economically feasible to satisfy the prerequisites forLEED Certification in the case of a specific project, that project shall be exempt fromthe requirement for LEED Certification.////////////1234567891011121314151617181920212223242526-5- Ord. 2010-42Section 4. Effective Date. This ordinance shall become effective on July 1,2011. Existing projects with fully executed contracts for design services on the effectivedate shall be exempt from this ordinance.Adopted this day of 2010.____________________________Bruce Botelho, MayorAttest:____________________________Laurie J. Sica, Clerk