University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Medical Center has been on a path to designing buildings via integrated project delivery-with much success. But what happens once the model is designed, constructed, and delivered? Please join us in a review of the road that has led to our subject case study: Take a look at the real-time development of the 125,000-square-foot, 7-story Precision Cancer Medicine Building as it has been Revit software designed, Building Information Modeling (BIM) specified, and Maximo integrated in order to take advantage of the lifecycle potentials thus offered. Industry tools like BIM 360 Glue software, BIM 360 Field software, Revit software, Maximo, BIM Assure, Service Now, Easy Max, Archibus, and other software support platforms all lend themselves to innovative lifecycle operations solutions at the hands of our in-house team and external partners so absolutely critical to our success.
- Recognize the chasm between BIM output and computerized maintenance management systems and apply tools aimed at bridging those gaps
- Identify the team members required to visualize, construct, and guide both internal and external resources to lifecycle solutions
- Provide a general overview of the Revit design model through construction to turnover-combined with an integration of the Maximo computerized maintenance management system
- Understand the basic suite of tool types involved in BIM4FM, as well as foundational tools such as the BIM Execution Plan
Bruce Mace comes to us from the architecture, design, planning and construction world - but, crossed over to the dark side of Facilities Operations about twelve years ago. During this transition, Bruce found that many of the precepts and assumptions he had been harboring were actually misplaced and that the darkness was actually just a single burned out T-12 in a mechanical room, somewhere in the three million square feet of hospital floor space he was now responsible for. This then is the journey of a Facilities Director and his team of dedicated colleagues seeking to integrate the architecture and design of a Revit infused industry with the computerized maintenance management potential of Maximo...
Andrew Arnold applies more than 28 years of experience in product design and management, product and process modeling for applications, and consultation to help DPR Construction customers establish appropriate lean construction, Building Information Modeling (BIM), integrated project delivery, and operations and maintenance practices. Andrew has assisted BIM for facilities management implementations for large-scale healthcare, aviation, bio-pharmaceutical, and public agency owners. Andrew received his BA in Architecture from U.C. Berkeley, and PhD in construction engineering and management from Stanford University's Center for Integrated Facilities Engineering. His early career in architecture included work on hospitality, health science, and education projects. He also consulted in computerized-aided facilities management CAFM implementations. Following graduate school Andrew designed and managed BIM applications including databases of product information, and BIM content management and analysis tools, including quantity takeoff, cost estimating, LEED contribution, and immersive visualization.