More and more owners are starting to see BIM's benefits on their projects and also wanting to use BIM in their facility management. NTT Facilities, designer & owner, along with Takenaka Corporation, contractor, worked on its new R&D building project with the goals of achieving lifecycle management with BIM and reducing Life Cycle Costs (LLC) by 20% or more. The two companies formed a project team in early stages that included not only the designers and contractors but also the facility managers and owners. The team studied ways to create BIM data for lifecycle BIM and conducted virtual completion and FM in order to identify issues in the building design and implement improvements. This class will share the project experiences and best practices, from forming an inter-company project team to creating BIM data that meets the needs of multiple stakeholders, and developing techniques for reducing costs, all from the lifecycle perspective.
- Learn how to create BIM data that takes into account FM implementation plans in new construction projects
- Learn about the type of attribute data needed by owner, construction company, and FM companies
- Learn how to create BIM data that matches the lifecycle management
- Learn how to use BIM data to reduce the lifecycle costs
I lead the Research & Development Group at NTT Facilities, Inc. that provides Facility Management (FM) to approx. 25,000 property owned by NTT Group, Japan's telecommunications giant. My team is responsible for information management, database construction and operation, and R&D of FM systems. Since 2008, my team has been researching and studying techniques for using Building Information Modeling (BIM) in FM. I have extensive experiences in developing systems, including information management system for over 100,000 drawings, Computer Aided Facility Management (CAFM) system designed to support FM by linking drawings with databases, as well as a web-based FM information system that allows sharing 25,000 building FM data with more than 1,500 users.
I am the Products Director of the Design Department at Takenaka Corporation, one of Japan's 'super gene-cons' with more than 7,300 employees. I am responsible for preparing design and construction drawings and promoting the use of Building Information Modeling (BIM). My past experiences span over 20 years of leadership position in Construction, Information Management and Engineering Management. I am licensed in Japan, as First Class Architect, First Class Building Construction and Management Engineer, First Class Civil Engineering Management Engineer, First Class Piping Work Management Engineer, and Interior Planner. Currently he teaches BIM to students at Shibaura Institute of Technology as a part-time instructor.