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  • DIA Survey Requirements

    Thomas Breitnauer, PLS

    thomas.breitnauer@flydenver.com

    DIA Land Surveyor

    December 10, 2014

  • Survey Requirements

    - During Pre-Construction meeting

    - Contractor should receive a survey packet with template for:

    - Survey Statement of Work (SSOW)

    - Survey and Quality Control Plan (SQCP)

    - Weekly Project Status Report

    - Final Project Report

    - It would be fitting for the Contractor to submit the SSOW and

    the SQCP for their project prior to the Pre-Survey meeting.

    - The DIA Survey Section needs to review and approve.

    - This process could take approximately a week or more.

  • Pre-Survey Meeting

    – No survey work can commence until the SSOW and the

    SQCP is approved.

    – Best to be completed prior to the Pre-Survey Meeting.

    – During this meeting, the DIA Survey Section will provide all

    necessary data.

    – NGS datasheets. (Do not retrieve them from NGS’ website)

    – Current projection parameters.

    – Coordinate list.

    – Map of the points.

  • Control Network

    – Contractor set their control network for their project

    – Submit all field notes, raw files and reports to the DIA

    Survey Section for review.

    – Raw files must be read by Trimble Business Office (TBC).

    – Reports must be in MS Word or MS Excel format

    – Control Network must have DIA Survey Sections approval

    before any survey work can begin.

  • Questions?

    – Questions?

  • DIA Survey Requirements

    Thomas Breitnauer, PLS

    thomas.breitnauer@flydenver.com

    DIA Land Surveyor

    December 10, 2014

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    AIM Asset Management, BIM & Survey

    Requirements

    Brendan Dillon

    brendan.dillon@flydenver.com

    BIM Manager

    December 10th, 2014

  • AIM Asset Management Group

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    AIM Asset Management

    Research and Analytics

    Maintenance Planning

    Programs Building

    Information Modeling

    MAXIMO Administration

  • What is BIM?

    Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a digital

    representation of physical and functional characteristics of a

    facility. A BIM is a shared knowledge resource for

    information about a facility forming a reliable basis for

    decisions during its life-cycle; defined as existing from

    earliest conception to demolition.

    - USNBIMS

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    BIM is an approach to design, construction and facilities

    management that makes the information generated at each

    step more usable and accessible at every other step.

  • What does BIM at DIA mean?

    ─ All design work is to be delivered to DIA in an .rvt format for work and

    as Civil 3D generated .dwgs for horizontal/civil work.

    ─ Contractors follow a VDC (Virtual Design & Construction) process for

    laying out and planning their construction path.

    ─ Commissioning of all DIA systems designated as Assets is required.

    ─ DIA uses the final Reconciled Model to feed into our BIM database.

    ─ BIM database connects to our GIS and Maximo Asset Management

    systems.

    ─ BIM database is in a neutral SQL database, enabling it to connect to

    a number of other systems for future uses such as our condition

    assessment program, commercial tenant management, and other

    programs

    ─ When a new project occurs in an area with existing BIM work, the

    team will have better information on existing conditions than

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  • Integration with Maximo

    – Jet-Bridge Conditions Assessment

  • BIM Software

    ─ 3 Software Platforms

    ─ Autodesk Revit – Buildings and building systems

    ─ Autodesk AutoCAD Civil 3D – Site and site utilities

    ─ Autodesk Navisworks – Used for Spatial Coordination & Clash Detection

  • Software - Revit - About

    ─ Modeling instead of drafting|

    ─ Live schedules reflect actual counts, lengths, areas and volumes of elements, rooms and spaces in the project

    ─ Change something in one view and it is automatically updated in others. i.e. change door number on plan and it is updated in schedule, move a door in plan, it is reflected in elevation and sections

  • Software - Revit - About

    ─ 4 Versions

    – Architecture

    – MEP

    – Structure

    – Revit - Three Previous in One

    ─ Not Backwards Compatible

    ─ Cannot open a Revit 2014 file in Revit 2013. Once you open a Revit 2013 file in 2014, it becomes a 2014 file permanently

    ─ DIA Upgrades versions first quarter each year

  • Software - Civil 3D - About

    – Surface and Site Utility modeling

    – Very similar to standard AutoCAD using Object Based

    Data Tables

    – Live schedules reflect actual counts, lengths, areas and

    volumes of earth, pipe, equipment, etc.

    – Change something in one view and it is automatically

    updated in others. i.e. change grading on plan and it is

    updated in schedule

  • Software – Spatial Coordination/Clash Detection

    ─ Navisworks - 3 Versions

    – Freedom - Free viewer. Good for most consultants

    – Simulate - Premium Design Suites. Create/Track Clash Views

    – Manage - Ultimate Design Suites. Automated Clash Detection

    tools

    – BIM 360 Glue – Cloud hosted option for Spatial

    Coordination/Clash Detection with more advanced tracking

    features

    – Revit - Spatial Coordination can be done within Revit during

    Design, though it is not recommended

  • Software – Other Recommended Tools

    ─ SysQue

    ─ Model Review Add-In

    ─ BIM 360 Field

    ─ Bluebeam

  • Hardware

    ─ Revit Hardware Requirements / Civil 3D Hardware Requirements

    – Windows 7

    – Multi-Core Intel® Pentium®, Xeon®, or i-Series processor or

    AMD® equivalent with SSE2 technology.

    – 4GB RAM

    – 5gb Storage

    ─ Navisworks - Generally part of Design Suite, any system that runs Revit/Civil 3D will run Navisworks.

    ─ Glue360 – Cloud Based

    http://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/revit-products/troubleshooting/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/System-requirements-for-Autodesk-Revit-2015-products.html http://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/autocad-civil-3d/troubleshooting/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/System-requirements-for-AutoCAD-Civil-3D-2015.html http://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/autocad-civil-3d/troubleshooting/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/System-requirements-for-AutoCAD-Civil-3D-2015.html http://knowledge.autodesk.com/support/autocad-civil-3d/troubleshooting/caas/sfdcarticles/sfdcarticles/System-requirements-for-AutoCAD-Civil-3D-2015.html

  • Wetware / Users

    No hardware or software can compensate for a user knowledge base shortfall, while a knowledgeable user can get around many hardware and software limitations ─ Train existing staff

    ─ Hire new staff

    ─ Subconsultant

    – In-House

    – Out-of-House

    ─ Which approach? ALL!

  • DEMO HTC – Model integration

  • Who is Implementing BIM?

    Denver International Airport USACE / GSA Other Airports

    – Tampa International Airport

    – Cleveland Airport

    – Honolulu

    – LaGuardia

    University of Colorado Children's Hospital City of Denver BIM adoption will be ubiquitous within 5-10 years for all longterm facility owners

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  • Analytics & BIM Deliverables Tracking

    ─ Every proposal is reviewed for conformance to DIA standards

    ─ BIM model is evaluated at each deliverable

    ─ RFI's, Change Orders, Bulletins, etc. tracked

    ─ All reviews are documented and recorded in our cross referenced database for project and full project team evaluation, including internal DIA performance

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  • Questions so far?

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  • DSM 12

    ─ 7 Chapters plus Appendix & Attachments

    ─ White Papers Coming Soon!

    ─ Conformance to DSM standards is a requirement for all projects. No exceptions!

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  • DSM 12 - Chapter 1 & 2

    ─ Chapter 1- Electronic Data Collection and Interchange (EDCI) Compliance Policy

    – References and summary of FAA NextGen and A-GIS requirements

    – 5 pages

    ─ Chapter 2 - BIM Introduction Overview

    – Organization strategy

    – Implementation

    – PXP Introduction

    – Objectives & Application

    – BIM Process Summary

    – 16 Pages

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  • DSM 12 - Chapter 3 & 4

    ─ Chapter 3 - Subsurface Utilities Data Standard

    – Requirements for surveying and documenting

    underground utilities

    – 4 Pages

    ─ Chapter 4 –