David Philp MSc, BSc, FRICS, FCIOB, FGBC
Head of BIM & Head of BIM Implementation – Mace Group & Cabinet Office, London
Deputy Head of the Estates Department – Ministry of Justice
Head of Systems and Asset Information – High Speed 2
Managing Director – BAM FM
Head of Technical Information – Crossrail
Strategic Space and Delivery Manager – Kingston University
Benefits of BIM to HS2, focused client and cares about data as a physical asset. Helps the supply chain and removes the complexity from it. Coordination and cooperation. Use in evidencing process.
Malcolm Taylor Crossrail – multiple projects in a programme using re-usable trusted data. Programming and scheduling. Start up meetings and safety meetings. A meaningful graphical engagement
Terry stocks – MOJ – client acting intelligently. Paying the right price and not the cheapest. Holistic view on improvement. Using data intelligently and at the right time. Process and not just data
Kath Fontana – BAM FM , real efficiencies on site. Increase in first time fix efficiency. Challenging the commercial models of FM as well as skill sets and capabilities. Positive change. More change in the last 2 years than the last 20 years. Having a clear purpose helps.
Richard bates – Kingston university , research shows that students are coming to institutions with attractive buildings. It has to be seen as a building lifecycle.
Fragmentation and supply chain
The client has to want to do this. Right people. Right time. Right environment. Matching designers to providers. Learning together. Create an environment outside of the project that leads to better working results.
FM even more fragmented. Forms of contract don’t facilitate early engagement. Looking at packaging strategy to aid cooperation. What sort of upskilling is required and the state of the nation to assist clients. 6 world class contractors can deliver 6 world class solutions but clients want one consistent outcome. Clients need to be prescriptive, but separating capex and opex are challenges. BIM does not stop at construction. Get decision makers to understand that huge amount of information available at the end of the construction to take the life of the building forward. Be smart about the information needed to run the building. Objective analysis of data from live buildings to prove designs match performance.
Getting contracts right.
Change when you really have to.
Client is still learning what they need so leverage the experience of the supply chain.
Don’t ask for too much data. More than the technology can cope with.