What if the Owner and the Design-Builder worked together to create BIM standards that satisfied both organizations goals and aspirations? This is exactly what happened on the San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Terminal 1 Project. Working together, SFO and Hensel Phelps developed naming standards, family standards, expectations for model level of development, identified asset families and established rules for model verification. This session will discuss the process and lessons learned from this collaborative partnership.
Demonstrate the importance of Owner BIM requirements and the collaboration required to achieve alignment between the Owner and the Design-Build team.
Define the expectations of the Level of Devlopment and describe the ripple effect across the entire design-build team.
Explain how to organize asset data collection with trade partners.
Explain the benefits of the one model approach for the Owner.
AIA, LEED AP, BD+C,
Director of Design Services,