With Building Information Modeling (BIM), data now has the means to coalesce, become information, and be analyzed as never before. Data granularity and its volume achieved around BIM open the doors for the creation of a Google-like virtual model-based browser for the built environment. We utilize the combined design, construction, and operation know-how of TAV Construction and TAV Airports, based on innovative tools and technologies created for the built environment industry. Based on the success of the BIM-FM integration at the Medina Airport, we are expanding the use of BIM as a means to improve the operations of their investments. This effort has become a case study for us and for the industry in which several challenges have been addressed, opening the way for future possibilities. Using BIM as a platform to integrate existing digital infrastructure-such as computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) and BMS/BAS software-enables better analytics, performance for operations, energy management, sustainability, business, and more.
- Understand the process of BIM and facility management integration
- Learn about challenges for a successful BIM-FM Integration
- Learn how to use BIM as a platform to integrate existing digital infrastructure
- Gain a virtual model-based browser for your built environment
Daniel Kazado is a Mechanical Engineer with experience on more than 18 large airport projects including the New Doha Airport, Pulkovo International Airport, Cairo International Airport, Ankara Airport, İzmir Airport, Tashkent International Airport.He worked at several capacities from BIM Manager to Project Manager, exposing him to many levels of perspectives. He is currently at ProCS Engineering as Managing Partner & BIM Consultant. In the last 10 years, he gained extensive know-how with BIM and its use on large scale projects from design, construction, to operations. His success with large scale projects lies in implementing the MEP Services using BIM system with the highest beneficial use to increase the productivity in the project.
Dr. Citipitioglu has been involved in the design, construction and technical operations of several types of the built environment facilities from nuclear power plants, airport terminals, and high-rise buildings around the world including the United States, Europe, China and in the Middle East.While working on aviation and high-rise projects he also leads the implementation of digitization at TAV. His experience with all phases of large projects gives him a unique perspective of the life cycle of facilities from conception to operation and expansions.He Registered Professional Engineer in the State of California with more than 20 years of industry and consulting experience. Having lectured engineering courses for several years in the United States he continues to give lectures on Design and Engineering at various universities and actively publishes technical papers.