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Implementing BIM 360 Ops for Arkansas Children's Northwest Hospital—An Open Book
Instructional Demo    BLD124210
Mark Mergenschroer
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In August 2015, Arkansas Children's, Inc., announced plans to build a freestanding children's hospital in Springdale, Arkansas, to advance pediatric health care in the region and provide care close to home for the more than 200,000 children. The new building-Arkansas Children's Northwest-will include 235,000 square feet of inpatient beds, emergency care, diagnostic services, and clinical space. The hospital's construction and facilities team put together a detailed set of data specifications to streamline the handover of the building and jumpstart maintenance and operations. The goal was to have all equipment data populated in the computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) by substantial completion in the fall of 2017. This will let critical maintenance processes be in place prior to completion. To realize that vision, a number of issues had to be addressed to successfully hand over data before the end of the project. This presentation will walk through planning, design, construction, and the beginning of operations.

Key Learnings

  • Discuss processes for gathering and validating data throughout the project lifecycle
  • Discover insights for dealing with the complexity of multiple disciplines and firms at various stages of the project lifecycle
  • Learn how to properly write a data collection spec and properly check the accuracy of the data
  • Understand how mistakes were made and what was done to correct them

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Mark is currently the BIM Application Specialist and has 22 years of construction and engineering design experience. He has played a key role in the implementation of Revit for Bernhard TME. He is a former Revit MEP Gunslinger, Revit Alpha and Beta Tester, and has recently worked closely with the Autodesk BIM 360 Ops team. He acquired the nickname BIM Yoda in 2012. Mark is an adjunct professor at Arizona State University on the subject of Building Commissioning and Building Start-Up. He has also been involved in several ASU BIM Facility Management research projects and was a co-author of the BIM for Facilities Management chapter, in the book, Building Information Modeling: Applications and Practices. Mark has shared his MEP BIM knowledge at events such as Autodesk University, BIM Forum, BILT NA, AHSE, FIATECH, ASHRAE, Children’s Hospital Association Forum and to numerous Revit User Groups. Recently, Mark has been involved with the BIM Facility Services group at Bernhard TME. This group focused on new and improved ways for a Facility Manager to maintain the operations of a building for its lifecycle. Mark recently led the Successful implementation of BIM 360 Ops for the new Arkansas Children’s Northwest Hospital in Springdale, Arkansas. Outside of the office, he is best known for being Caleb’s dad. He has been heavily involved in the Arkansas Autism Community and Miracle League baseball.
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