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Figure 27 Drawings can be derived from models (a) The 2D drawing is seen as a specific view (section) (b) of the 3D model (Images courtesy of Vico)
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Figure 28 A traditional light table for drawing coordination (Image courtesy of F Booth Design M Build Co, subcontractor on this project of Turner Construction Sacramento)
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It is far more effective to coordinate these building systems using a visual approach with a 3D model, so that the location and relationships of all the components and their potential conflicts can be resolved while still in the planning phases of the project This method is clearly superior in detecting the clashes; the resolution of the conflicts, however, can still only come from the collaboration of the designers (and/or installers) of the clashing model parts The 3D model also helps to visualize and develop potential solutions to the conflicts during the coordination process Clash detection is an iterative process in which all noted project conflicts are addressed and reevaluated (often on a weekly basis) until the desired level of coordination has been achieved Special model viewing software exists which will find, highlight, and list the clashes of the model components The coordination of complex project systems is perhaps the most popular application of BIM at this time; it is an ideal process to develop collaboration techniques and a commitment protocol among the team members This type of cooperation benefits from the big room approach, where the critical members share the same work space to improve access to one another Communication techniques and response times to conflict resolution are important factors in establishing the preconstruction schedule of the project, and can be greatly improved by use of a big room In Fig 29 NavisWorks identified the clash between the ductwork and structural steel beam in the center of the image by coloring the duct The software will locate and identify all clashes found between model elements
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Figure 29 Clash detection in NavisWorks between structural and mechanical systems (Image courtesy of CSU Chico, CM Dept)
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A virtual model will enable a variety of construction process simulations; these processes may also focus on design evaluation and can help to determine whether, and to what degree, the actual project is expected to meet its specifications (goals) With a complete BIM of a virtual 3D project it is possible to visualize constructability and construction sequences Simply seeing the project in 3D space and being able to virtually move through (and around) it will generate a new level of visualization and understanding The model will enable preparation for the component installation in tight spaces, and the installation sequence of such components can also be simulated in the form of a movie The layout space for a particular task can be visualized to determine how multiple tasks need to be scheduled, etc The model thus becomes the source for a visual construction schedule Since the model already contains quantitative information in its model parts, it may be linked to a cost database that can produce a cost estimate based on the model quantities All model parts have information such as material, size, number (count), length, width, height, area, and volume that can be linked to cost data and generate interpreted project costs For example, if the model contains a slab, that slab will have a volume that can be multiplied by the cost of concrete per cubic yard and will yield a total cost for that model part (project slab); and if the model contains a certain number of specific windows, that number will be multiplied by the cost per window from the database, and will yield a total cost Thus the cost estimate is directly related to the content of the 3D model and will reflect changes made to the project in the model Construction cost estimates can be derived from the model quantities throughout the development of the BIM During the conceptual phases the cost can be assessed on a conceptual level, and at a more detailed model level the cost estimate can also become more detailed This can facilitate the target value design approach that helps to track the project cost in relation to the budget throughout the planning process The cost data linked to the evolving 3D model provide
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