CCI performed a study for the Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) to create a guidebook for airports on how to utilize Building Information Modeling (BIM) during the Facilities Management portion of the Asset Life Cycle. Rather than approach BIM as a technology, the study details how to utilize BIM as a process to support an information-driven asset life cycle management system.
As part of the data collection for this study more than 60 major airports were surveyed on their existing and planned use of BIM, more than 200 academic research papers and industry case studies were reviewed, and interviews were performed with industry consultants, contractors, technology suppliers and selected airport executives. Given that airports are still generally in the early adoption portion of BIM, the study is also examining alternative industries with structural similarities to the aviation industry. These include universities, healthcare, automotive, and public utilities. With few examples of BIM/Asset Management integration available, CCI is also generated several original case studies working with local public agencies such as the New York City Public Housing Authority (NYCHA).
A BIM of a building in the Sotamayor public housing was developed and 3 years of Maximo Work Order data, along with data from the most recent condition assessment, was linked into the model. Using spatial analysis, we have correlated condition deficiencies with subsequent work orders (e.g. water damage and mildew in association with probable roof damage identified in the infrared imagery).
Guidance was provided on best practices developed for building a business case for BIM, measuring the ROI and metrics for governance.
International standards were studied where BIM mandates have accelerated adoption such as in the UK and Australia, as well as the ability for BIM to support emerging asset management standards such as ISO-55000.
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• Life cycle BIM Implementation
• BIM Business Case
• Measuring BIM Return on Investment (ROI)
• BIM Standards
• Needs Assessment
• Capabilities Measurements
• Integration of BIM Data
• Technical Architecture
• Scaling BIM