The Grande Arche is the iconic building of the business district La Défense in the Paris region. The two sides of the Arche are used as National Housing government offices and the roof section is targeted for exhibitions. The building was completed in 1989. 25 years later, the government entrusted to the Eiffage Group associated with the Valode & Pistre agency the renovation of workspaces in the south side and the roof section. The handover is scheduled for 2017. Even if Contractors have implemented a BIM process in design and construction phases, the client expressed the will to take advantage of the BIM D&B to enable O&M continuing the BIM methodology. This class will take the attendees through the journey of Grande Arche BIM implementation. You will receive an overview of the benefitsand lessons learned from the point of view of an owner and his BIM advisor. You will also learn about requirements to obtain a BIM model O&M-compliant and some workflows to connect it with O&M tools.
- Discover an owner’s view about BIM benefits for Operations and Maintenance
- Learn how to implement BIM Operations and Maintenance methodology in a big project
- Learn about requirements for a BIM Model O&M-compliant based on Revit software
- Explore BIM workflows regarding BIM uses for O&M
Elise GENDRE is a BIM Project Manager working at the Building and Industry departement of Artelia, a French engineering firm. She graduated in 2015 obtaining simultanously an engineering and architecture degree. She contributes to the development of Building Information Modeling processes and it’s implementation throughout multiple projects. At the same time, she’s actively involved in BIM Management and BIM Client Advisory Missions.
Jean-Hugues BONNET is working in France as the BIM Manager for Artelia Building and Industry. Being part of the company Technical and Innovation department, he is in charge of the implementation of the BIM processes and tools for the Building and Industry sector. He also used to manage the BIM processes on projects as a client advisor or within design teams. He obtained a civil engineering degree with a specialization in building construction in 2009. He then put a first step inside the BIM processes through Revit in his first job as a methods engineer during 5 years for a major building company.