JEKYLL ISLAND CONVENTON CENTER CASE STUDY Catalyst Building

JEKYLL ISLAND CONVENTON CENTER CASE STUDY Catalyst Building

JEKYLL ISLAND CONVENTON CENTER CASE STUDY Catalyst Building Information Modeling Management Linked to a Facility Management Software Platform I: INTRODUCTION Team Leadership Thomas J. Jeff Prine, CCM , LEED AP President-Owner, ASCENSION Program Management Program / Facility Management Specialist Principal, Officium Technologies Our Team included top professionals for established as well as emerging BIM technologies. We delivered the following Services to the Jekyll Island Authority: Scott A. Ebert

Principal, Officium Technologies BIM Architect and Technology Specialist Stacy J. Kenworthy Principal, Officium Technologies Chief Technology Officer Construction and Program Management, Design and Construction Phase BIM oversight and As-Built Modeling Established a Facility Management Plan and evaluated Software Platforms Assisted in selection process of Outsourced Facility Operation

/ Management Firms We work intimately with you and assist your team to successfully transverse the most leading-edge BIM and FM technologies in real world applications. I: INTRODUCTION - COLLABORATORS On the Jekyll Island Convention Center Project there have been several key companies and firms participating in the process: Design Team HHCP Architect Stan D. Lindsay & Associates Structural Engineers TLC MEP/FP Engineers Construction Team Brasfield & Gorrie General Contractor Capri Industries Electrical Subcontractor Mock Plumbing Plumbing Subcontractor Shumate Mechanical Mechanical Subcontractor Gwinnett Sprinkler Fire Protection Subcontractor

All State Steel Structure Subcontractor Quincy Joist Structural Subcontractor II: Jekyll Island Convention Center - A Case Study The center features 128,000 NSF 78,000 NSF of Meeting Space 45,000 NSF divisible exhibit/ banquet hall Eleven breakout meeting rooms, each ranging from 720 NSF to 3,100 NSF. Only remaining beachfront Convention Center in the State of Georgia Taking advantage of the great natural beauty of Jekyll Island, there will be: - Two exquisitely designed covered pavilions for outdoor events - More than 5,600 SF of outdoor terraces and event lawns that will allow visitors to enjoy vistas while sheltered from sun or rain. Project is awaiting LEED Silver Certification. II: Jekyll Island Convention Center - Beach Village

New 200 Bed WESTIN Hotel II: Jekyll Island Convention Center - A Case Study Old Convention Center as it existed New Convention Center Winter 2011 New Convention Center June 2012 June 2012 III: BIMM TO FM Catalyst Building Information Modeling (BIM) as WE KNOW IT: is the process of generating and

managing building data during its life cycle. It is an 3D object-oriented building development TOOL that utilizes 4D (adding time - phasing, sequencing, scheduled collaboration) & 5D (adding attributes - quantities and cost of materials via cost estimating, specs, energy analysis) utilized to design, construct & operate a building project, as well as communicate its details 1D 2D 3D - REVIT ARCHITECTURE - REVIT STRUCTURE - REVIT MEP 4D - NAVISWORKS - PRIMAVERA - TIMBERLINE 5D

- SOLBRI - INNOVAYA - MICROSOFT PROJECT - BENTLEY BIM - ARCHICAD BIM offers: Improved visualization Improved productivity due to easy retrieval of information

Increased coordination of construction documents Embedding and linking of vital information Increased speed of delivery Reduced costs III: BIMM TO FM 6D 7D - LIFE CYCLE OF BUILDING - FACILITY MANAGEMENT Catalyst Building Information Modeling Management is a PROCESS that - Reduces waste and energy consumption

- Consolidates resources - Augments devices to automate efficiency - Creates an enhanced visualization and communication tool for all of stakeholders involved III: BIMM TO FM Catalyst REAL TIME BIMM SHARED DATA AND COMMUNICATION Net Link BETWEEN MULTIPLE SOURCES AND LOCATIONS Collaborative Central Model

Catalyst Link FM Software Platform - Net Link BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS AS BUILT MODEL Using Link & Net Data Flow IV: BIMM TO FM JIA IMPLEMENTATION

Project Goals: Improve on time and costs by having virtually zero conflicts between various systems in field Integrate innovation and cutting edge technology into your processes and workflow Better manage transition from design to construction and virtually simulate construction processes. Monitor and Develop accurate shop drawings coordinated in a manner to insure that field construction is without change orders and quality control problems.

Develop Accurate As-Built Model (BIM), including infrastructure and building systems into a singular virtual construction model. Develop building life cycle costs projections, and more accurate project cost estimates. Establish a Facility Management Plan and Platform that will provide cost effective support of Life Cycle and Preventative Maintenance programs. IV: BIMM TO FM JIA IMPLEMENTATION There are three phases of implementation of Island Authority.

Catalyst our Team performed for the Jekyll PHASE I : Coordination Phase: (COMPLETE) BIM Coordination, Sub Model Development and Collision Detection PHASE II : Construction Phase: (COMPLETE) As-Built Model Tracking and Development PHASE III: Operational Phase: (In-Progress) (Linking Building Information to the Facility Management Platform) IV: BIMM TO FM JIA IMPLEMENTATION

PHASE I : Coordination Phase: Step 1: Communication Plan Our Team gathered all the designers and trades together and held a Kickoff meeting. It was at this time that we established a communication plan with associated file structures and time table for the coordination phase of the project. Step 2: Modeling Plan Our Team outlined what geometries and data should be included in each disciplines models and why. Structural Model Rebar /penetration Foundations, slabs Required for coordination of underground utilities Beams and Columns

Required for coordinating above ceiling MEP / FP utilities Required for coordination of the routing of MEP / FP piping Required for routing of MEP / FP utilities correctly Braces and gusset Plates Miscellaneous support steel like exam light supports or Unistrut, etc. IV: BIMM TO FM JIA IMPLEMENTATION PHASE I : Coordination Phase: Step 3: Collision Detection Clash detection allows for the effective identification, inspection and reporting of interferences in a virtual construction model. Our Team and Brasfield & Gorrie coordinated all of the disciplines virtual models to resolve many inherent design issues before they were discovered in the field. IV: BIMM TO FM JIA IMPLEMENTATION

Examples of Coordination : 1. STEEL v DUCT Problem: Bracing for operable partitions in ballroom spacing would not allow duct to pass Resolution: Bracing spacing to be redesigned before installation of support steel 2. STEEL v MECH Problem: Size of AHUs on mezzanine conflicted with the steel joist supported the roof above the units. Resolution: The joists depths and spacing was redesigned to allow room for the AHUs. 20,000 collisions 408 real collisions 13 companies 14 meetings over 4 months 24 Potential expensive change orders avoided $255,000 estimated in cost avoidance IV: BIMM TO FM JIA IMPLEMENTATION PHASE II: Construction Phase Step 1: Aligning Building Information Models with Approved Shop DrawingsOur Team ensured the highest quality of model creation and accuracy in the final Virtual Collaborative Model by

matching all geometry and data to the final design approved Step 2: Obtaining Manufacturer Data Our Team worked with the approved manufacturers and incorporated only the most accurate and complete data into our As-Built BIM Model / FM Database. Ferguson Viking Reliable United Rental Doherty Pumps TAW HD Supply Will Pettrelli Floyd Alexander Trane Georgia Air Associates Southeast Pump Joe Powell(Liebert)

IV: BIMM TO FM JIA IMPLEMENTATION PHASE II: Construction Phase Step 3: Tracking As-Built Conditions Once an element has been installed in the field, our Team worked with Brasfield & Gorrie to decide the most cost effective manner of retrieving the installed elements data. Some of those techniques included: Laser Scanning Progressive Photography Traditional Ground Team Measurement Checking Oversight of Sub-Contractors and Trades IV: BIMM TO FM JIA IMPLEMENTATION PHASE II: Construction Phase

Step 4: Building Data Input (As-Built Model Creation) After field surveys were completed, the Team began obtaining and inputting real world data into the building model for the actual installed elements. Most of the building elements had to be created. Some of those methods included: Automated Metadata Point Cloud Translation Accurate As-Built Modeling Actual Manufactured Model Elements Custom Fabricated Model Elements IV: BIMM TO FM JIA IMPLEMENTATION PHASE III: Operational Phase

Step 1: Data Linking Begins with taking the gathered data and consolidating it into the FM database software, then linking that database to the elements in the BIM Model. Architectural elements Structural elements Electrical elements HVAC elements Data/Telecom elements Security elements Plumbing elements

Site elements IV: BIMM TO FM JIA IMPLEMENTATION PHASE III: Operational Phase Step 2: Add-in Tools from Catalyst will allow bi-directional coordination of the Revit building model element data and their associated data from within FM database software. B2FM LINK Wall Systems Floor Systems Ceiling Systems Structural Mechanical Plumbing Electrical

Materials Object Location Construction Phase Specification IV: BIMM TO FM JIA IMPLEMENTATION PHASE III: Operational Phase Here, you see an example of the FM database software illustrating a Pump. The Pump was initially placed within the Revit model, but lacking much of the Pumps specification. The data for the Pump has been entered directly within the FM database software. IV: BIMM TO FM JIA IMPLEMENTATION PHASE III: Operational Phase Revit Add-in Tools that will allow coordination of the building model elements in Revit and their associated data from within the FM database software. Select the Catalyst B2FM Link menu button and the Revit model data and the FM software

data will update within each software to illustrate the latest information available. IV: BIMM TO FM JIA IMPLEMENTATION PHASE III: Operational Phase From the FM database software, the Pump can be highlighted within the Revit As-Built model as shown here. This will facilitate visually finding and identifying the building element quickly Selected Pump IV: BIMM TO FM JIA IMPLEMENTATION PHASE III: Operational Phase And, the Pumps data within the FM database software would appear within Revit as shown in

the schedule to the right. The opposite holds true from Revit to the FM database software. V: BIMM TO FM WORK FLOW PROCESS V: BIMM TO FM WORK FLOW PROCESS Benefits Gained from using this approach Better Visualization Web-based Simulate Before Deciding Streamlined Communication Easier self service work order management Fewer errors out in the field Descriptive Data from multiple sources Reduced task completion time Access FM information from Revit As-Built Model Link space, equipment, asset & portfolio

inventories to multiple models/facilities Combine models in one infrastructure model for assessment Productivity increases across the board Catalyst JEKYLL ISLAND CONVENTON CENTER CASE STUDY Catalyst Building Information Modeling Management Linked to a Facility Management Software Platform

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