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  • DIA Survey Requirements

    Thomas Breitnauer, PLS


    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


    DIA Land Surveyor

    December 10, 2014

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    AIM Asset Management, BIM & Survey


    Brendan Dillon


    BIM Manager

    December 10th, 2014

  • AIM Asset Management Group


    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.



    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


    ─ 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


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

    team will have better information on existing conditions than

    previously available. *

  • 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


    – BIM 360 Glue – Cloud hosted option for Spatial

    Coordination/Clash Detection with more advanced tracking


    – 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


  • 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


  • Questions so far?


  • DSM 12

    ─ 7 Chapters plus Appendix & Attachments

    ─ White Papers Coming Soon!

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


  • 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


  • DSM 12 - Chapter 3 & 4

    ─ Chapter 3 - Subsurface Utilities Data Standard

    – Requirements for surveying and documenting

    underground utilities

    – 4 Pages

    ─ Chapter 4 –