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BIM Project Execution Plan

Project: 10012017 – The West Labs


Document Version 00

I. Objective
BIM will be used for design visualization, construction documentation, 3D coordination, and digital
fabrication.

II. Project Details

Project Owner John Doe Manufacturing


Project Name The West Labs
Project Location 123 ABC Street, Springfield, IL USA
Project Description Testing Laboratories for new West Wing
Project Duration Oct 2017 – April 2019

III. BIM Project Team Contacts

Responsibility Company Name Email Phone


General Contractor ABC Building Blocks Adam Minor aminor@abcbb.com 1-123-456-7890
Design Architect Design Architects F.L.Wright FLW@DA.com 1-098-765-4321
Design Architect Unique Expressions John Smith JohnS@Unique.org 1-555-888-9900
Structural Engineer Steel Brothers Eng Michael Steel MS@SBEngin.com 1-987-123-7654
MEP Engineer MEP Designs Felix Katt Felix@MEPDesign.com 1-555-111-1111
Mechanical Piping
Sheet Metal Metallo S. Metal Richard Smith info@MetalloSM.com 1-888-000-0001
Plumbing EvenFlow Consult. Edith Vedder EVedder@EFlow.net 1-555-678-9021
Electrical EZvoltz Carol Lynn CLynn@EZVoltz.com 1-555-111-0000
Fire Protection The FP Guys Samuel Myers smyers@AOL.com 1-217-555-1234
BIM Manager GC BIM Enablers B.L.Myers brian@brianmyers.us 1-618-555-5555
Facilities Manager John Doe Man. JD Clark JohnDoe@JDMan.com 1-555-444-4444

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IV. Design Milestones

Project phase/milestone Estimated start date Estimated completion date


Pre-design N/A
Concept design N/A
Preliminary design Jul 5, 2017 Oct 11, 2017
Developed design Oct 12, 2017 Jan 12, 2018
Detailed design Jan 15, 2017 Jul 25, 2018
Construction April 15, 2018 April 23, 2019
Handover April 30, 2019
Operation June 1, 2019

V. BIM Uses
BIM technology will be used for the following uses on this project:
a. Visualization
b. Design Authoring
c. 3D Coordination (clash detection)
i. A process in which Clash Detection software is used during the coordination process to
determine field conflicts by comparing 3D models of building systems. The goal of clash
detection is to eliminate the major system conflicts prior to installation.
d. Digital Fabrication
i. A process that utilizes machine technology to prefabricate objects directly from a 3D Model.
The 3D model is spooled into appropriate sections and inputted into fabrication equipment
for production of system assemblies.

VI. Design Model Use and Requirements

BIM Use Responsible parties Abbrev.


Visualization Unique Expressions UE
Architecture Design Architects DA
MEP MEP Designs MD
Structural Steel Brothers Eng SB
Coordination GC BIM Enablers GC

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Level of Development (LOD) Definitions
100 Conceptual
200 Approximate geometry
300 Precise geometry
400 Fabrication and assembly
500 As-Built

See Appendix B for Detailed LOD Definition

Project phase SD DD CD FAB Notes

Model element RP LOD RP LOD RP LOD RP LOD


SPATIAL
Site boundaries,
setbacks
Grids DA 200 SB 200 SB 300
Levels
Zones
Spaces, rooms
SITE
Topography
Excavation
Stormwater
Services
Roads
Parking
Paths, paving
Walls, fencing
Soft landscaping

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Project phase
SD DD CD FAB Notes
deliverable

Model element RP LOD RP LOD RP LOD RP LOD


SUBSTRUCTURE
SB/D
Footings DA
A
Retaining walls
Subsoil drainage
STRUCTURE
Floor structures
Beams
Shaft openings
Stair & ramp
structures
Walls – load bearing
Columns
ENCLOSURE
Roofing
Cladding
Column claddings
Curtain walls
Windows
External doors,
openings

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Project phase
SD DD CD FAB Notes
deliverable

Model element RP LOD RP LOD RP LOD RP LOD


INTERIOR
Partitions
Internal doors,
openings
Ceilings
Flooring
Balustrading
F, F & E
Casework, joinery
Fixtures
Fittings
Equipment (non-
service)
Furniture
Signage
MECHANICAL
Plant external
Plant internal
Services in risers
Louvers
Ductwork
Registers
Pipework
Controls

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Project phase
SD DD CD FAB Notes
deliverable

Model element RP LOD RP LOD RP LOD RP LOD


HYDRAULIC
Plant & equipment
Sanitary fixtures
Pipework
Services in risers
FIRE PROTECTION
Sprinklers
Pipework (main)
Pipework (branch)
Detection
EWIS / alarm
systems
Hydrants
Extinguishers
Services in risers

Project phase
SD DD CD FAB Notes
deliverable

Model element RP LOD RP LOD RP LOD RP LOD


ELECTRICAL
Electrical fixtures
Power outlets
Switch & distribution
boards
Cable trays
Lighting
Light switches /
controls
Communications
Security
Services in risers

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VII. Model Requirements
Measurement and coordinate systems: Identify project spatial location (real world co-ordinate and
level system).

Project datum 0,0,0

Height datum 183.9m

Project location Easting 743,798.41 Northing 4,279,107.20

Model positioning Degrees 0

All performed scope of work shall be in 3D format except as noted in the trade specific description.

a. All models should include separate 3D representations of required clearances and/or access
requirements for equipment access, light clearances, overhead cable tray access, etc. These
clearance/access models should be in a separate layer(s) for each trade clearly labeled as such.

b. Modeled insulation should be in a separate layer from other model elements and labeled as such.

c. All 3D model files submitted for clash detection must be “clean” meaning that any extraneous 2D
references and/or 3D elements stripped are stripped from the models.

d. Riser drawings should be included as required for coordination.

HVAC Duct:
HVAC equipment, concrete pads, bases, ductwork, plenums, terminal boxes, fire and smoke
dampers, grilles, access panels, hangers (including seismic).

HVAC Piping:
Piping types with insulation, piping materials, access panels, valves, equipment, concrete
pads, bases, flanges/coupling, hangers (including seismic), racking. Piping less than 1” will not
be coordinated and is shown for intent only.

Plumbing Drawings:
Piping types, insulation, pipe material, access panels, valves, equipment, concrete pads,
bases, flanges/couplings, hangers (including seismic), racking steel, gravity fed piping (sloped
per code), in-wall plumbing systems being prefabricated. Piping less than 1” will not be
coordinated and is shown for intent only.

Fire Protection Drawings:


Piping, sprinkler heads, branches, access panels, valves, equipment, concrete pads, bases,
flanges/coupling, hangers (including seismic).

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Electrical Drawings:
All conduits larger than 1”, conduit racks and supports, cable trays, access panels, equipment,
concrete pads, bases, disconnects, breakers, panels, light fixtures, pull boxes, junction boxes,
lighting supports, hangers.

Architectural Drawings:
Ceilings (hard and lay-in), soffits with framing, shaft and wall chase locations, wall thickness
and heights, exterior walls, windows.

Structural Drawings:
Footings, grade beams, elevator pits and walls, shear wall locations, precast concrete
locations, columns, beams, bracing (especially x-bracing), slabs, curbs, ramps.

VIII. Software

Use Company Software Version


Unique
Architectural Design Revit 2017
Expressions
Structural Design Steel Brothers Revit 2017

MEP Design MEP Designs Revit 2017

Mechanical Fabrication

Electrical Fabrication EZvoltz Autodesk Fabrication CADmep 2017

Plumbing Fabrication EvenFlow Autodesk Fabrication CADmep 2017

Fire Protection Fabrication The FP Guys AutoSPRINK 12.0.61


ABC Building
Coordination Navisworks 2017
Blocks

Any changes in software or version upgrades must be communicated to the BIM team prior to the
change or upgrade.

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IX. File Naming Structure
Models submitted for coordination and uploaded to the Collaboration site are to follow the file
naming structure provided below:

File Name = [Trade]-[Level/Area]-[Year]-[Week Number]

Section Example Notes


Trade AR – Architectural Optionally, the system name may be
EL – Electrical included. Examples include Electric
FP – Fire Protection Lights (EL), Electric Conduit (EC),
HD – HVAC Ductwork Plumbing Drain Waste Vent (PL-DWV)
HP – HVAC Piping
PL – Plumbing
ST – Structure
Level / Area L01
Year 2013
Week 10 Week of the year – refer to
http://whatweekisit.com/

Examples:
HP-L01-2013-10.dwg
PL-DWV-L01-2013-10.dwg
ST-L01-2013-10.nwc

Multiple updates may be made in a given week using the same file name. The final update for the
week will be considered the final submittal for the week.

X. Coordination Milestones

Milestone Date
Preliminary Coordination Meeting 04/01/18
First Coordination Meeting 06/05/18
First Floor FAB Model Completion 10/15/18
Second Floor FAB Model Completion 12/31/18

XI. Coordination Meeting Schedule


a. Coordination meetings will typically occur each Thursday at 2:00 at GC Job Trailer
b. Weekly model submittals are due two days prior to the coordination meeting (Tuesday at 12:00).

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XII. Coordination Process
a. It is the Design/Construction Team’s responsibility to conduct and manage an adequate and
thorough Clash Detection process so that all major interferences between building systems will
have been detected and resolved before construction. It shall be the goal of the
Design/Construction Teams to reduce the number of changes during construction due to major
building interferences to zero. The General Contractor will lead the coordination process.

b. The general contractor will hold a preliminary BIM coordination meeting. Each Contractor must
be represented by the individual that is directly responsible for the coordination of the project.

c. The preliminary coordination meeting will establish parameters that cannot be changed during
the process such as “(0,0,0)” for all the trades to use for their drawings insertion point. Once this
is agreed upon it cannot be moved.

d. The frequency of coordination meetings will be determined by the progress of coordination and
as required to maintain the project schedule. At a minimum, coordination meetings will be held
at least once per week until coordination is complete.

e. When one or more parties are not local to the project, an online web-based meeting will be set
up for coordination meetings. An email invitation will be sent prior to the meeting with links and
instructions.

f. The General Contractor will build the federated model and generate the clash reports using
Autodesk Navisworks 2017. Each contractor revises their models based upon resolution decided
during coordination meetings, to be completed prior to the next coordination meetings.

g. File sharing software and frequency of upload will be discussed at this meeting. The General
Contractor will set up a collaboration site (http://the General Contractor.Collaboration.com).

h. All files uploaded to Collaboration shall be in NWC or DWG format. Each trade shall be
coordinated with architectural and structural prior to upload. Revit files may be uploaded in
native format, but a corresponding NWC or DWG file must be provided.

i. Weekly submittals must include a short description of changes since previous submittal
submitted via email to the entire coordination team.

j. Coordination Meetings are NOT to be used as clash detection meetings. The clash report shall be
issued in advance of the meeting or directly after the meeting.

k. Every contractor shall be represented at each meeting. The Architect and Engineers are
encouraged to attend as well.

l. Trade contractors will be responsible for resolving clashes and interferences.

m. The Architect may be required to update the Architectural design model to reflect necessary
changes that are surfaced during the coordination process.

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XIII. Coordination Sign-Off
a. Once the model is free of collisions, a sign-off meeting will be held. All trades are required to
attend. A model sign-off sheet will be issued that will include the final drawing file name (as
described above) for each trade. All trades will sign.

b. The Signed-off NWD will be uploaded to Collaboration for the use of each trade. It is the
responsibility of each trade to ensure that items that are not shown in the model are field
coordinated around all other trades.

c. Sign-off of an area does not constitute a release to build.

XIV. Document History

REVISION DATE BY WHOM COMMENTS


00 1/1/17 BLM Document Created

Appendix A – Construction Coordination Sign-Off Sheet


To be attached.

Appendix B – LOD Description


To be attached.

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