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Presented by Martyn Horne


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-

mhorne@unlimited.com


Member Landscape Institute BIM Working
Comittee

BIM


Your Next Step





16
th

July 2013

BIM & Landscape Design: Beyond the Building

Sharing your data within a BIM managed project

Presented by Martyn Horne


Computers Unlimited
-

mhorne@unlimited.com


Member Landscape Institute BIM Working
Comittee

Data Drops for Landscape Design
-

COBie

Presented by Martyn Horne


Computers Unlimited
-

mhorne@unlimited.com


Member Landscape Institute BIM Working
Comittee

Level 0

Level 1

Level 2

Level 3

Drawings,


lines.

arcs,

text etc

Integrated
Common

Data, Naming
Standards

Interoperable

D
ata
,
Open

Standards

Associative

plans,

sections,

elevations


Objects,

Models

The BIM Maturity Curve

Presented by Martyn Horne


Computers Unlimited
-

mhorne@unlimited.com


Member Landscape Institute BIM Working
Comittee

The key techniques needed to evolve to BIM

The 7 Steps to BIM for Landscape Architects

There are really only seven
Vectorworks

techniques that a user needs to pursue to “do BIM,” and many users already use them, unaware that they are already “doing
BIM”. They are summarized below:

Learn how to
Organise

your
Files,
Design Layers and your Classes for
modelling

instead of drafting. Look to adopt national standards for naming conventions such as
BS1192 especially if you are looking to use collaborative BIM.

Especially if your Owner is committed to managing the BIM model, use
Landscape & Hardscape areas from
the beginning for programming, design layout of
COBie

Data Drop 1 / LOD
-
100” models, and reporting.

Manage your data using the worksheets. They can be used for scheduled output, but also input to data fields and also paramete
rs.

The "Select Item" makes it
convenient to know exactly what you are modifying.

Use the Hybrid Tools. The Hybrid tools in
Vectorworks

(Site Models, Planting Areas, Hardscapes,
etc
)
will give you simultaneous plan and 3D model results. Drafting
and
linework

belong to the area of details and annotation if you are going to do BIM.

Use "Replace" to Develop Your Data. Especially on
Planting and
Hardscaping
,
but also with symbols, you can replace one assembly with another while maintaining all
your dimensions and layouts. Extremely powerful for design development from
a
COBie

Data Drop 2 / LOD_200
“design intent” model to
a
COBie

Data Drop 3 /
LOD_300 “assemblies model”.

Use Viewport and Sheet Layers for graphic output. This allows you to make use of Automatic Drawing Coordination, Issue Manage
men
t, and
customisable

title blocks.

Learn about IFC data so you can share your BIM model and data with other design team members using different tools. For stand
ard

Vectorworks

objects and content,
this is automatic, but as you design totally custom geometries for your project, you need to be able to use the "IFC Data..."

co
mmand to assign BIM data to your special
objects so others can know what they are.

Part
of the BIM workflow occurs outside of
Vectorworks
. This is interoperability, sharing data with others to accomplish important BIM workflows such as model merging,
analysis, checking, and delivery. So the “plus
-
one” step in doing BIM with
Vectorworks

involves learning how to use these applications that facilitate sharing.

Learn about IFC team
-
support tools for BIM. Learn how to use an IFC viewer (e.g.
Solibri
) to view your project and browse the data associated with it. When you have a
project that needs it, get a copy of
Solibri

Model Checker or
Navisworks

to check your data, and perform tasks like clash detection. When the time comes to deliver your
BIM data to the Owner, use one of these tools to merge files in different formats and give the user a viewable, intelligent m
ode
l of his project.




Presented by Martyn Horne


Computers Unlimited
-

mhorne@unlimited.com


Member Landscape Institute BIM Working
Comittee

References, Standards and Useful Links

References


The
Bew
/Richards Maturity Diagram
http://www.construct
-
it.org.uk/pages/events/members_meetings/November_2008/presentations/Mark%20Bew%20
-
%20CIT%20MM%2020
-
11
-
08.pdf



The
Macleamy

Curve

http://hokrenew.com/2010/02/09/bim
-
bam
-
boom
-
how
-
to
-
guarantee
-
greener
-
high
-
performance
-
buildings/


Jerry
Laiserin

http://www.laiserin.com/features/issue26/feature01.pdf


Standards


UK AEC BIM Standards Doc

http://
aecuk.wordpress.com
/2009/11/20/
aec
-
uk
-
bim
-
standard
-
now
-
available/


BS 1192

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BS_1192


Useful links


http://www.vectorworks
-
cad.co.uk/vw/bim_projects.jsp



http://www.vectorworks
-
cad.co.uk/vw/bim_projects.jsp


http://
www.vectorworks
-
cad.co.uk
/
vw
/documents/
BIMmakesitbetterwithVW.pdf



Presented by Martyn Horne


Computers Unlimited
-

mhorne@unlimited.com


Member Landscape Institute BIM Working
Comittee