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CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE Classic CIFE Industry Advisory Board 2011 Wednesday afternoon CIFE review CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE Industry Advisory Board Meeting Agenda Wednesday, October 12th 3:30 PM 6:00 PM Review of Recent CIFE Work Informal (no-host) Dinner at a local restaurant Thursday, October 13th 8:00 AM Continental Breakfast 8:30 AM Welcome Martin Fischer 9:00 AM Leadership in VDC (Virtual Design & Construction) Carl Bass (Autodesk), Eric Lamb (DPR), Charles Matta (US General Services Administration.) 10:30 AM Discussions about Leadership all members 11:15 AM Break 11:35 AM CIFE Initiatives: professional development to "cross the chasm"; sustainability Martin Fischer & John Kunz 12:05 PM Working Lunch: identify specific initiatives and skills to enable an "early majority" of VDC practitioners 1:15 PM CIFE Overview and Status from past year - John Kunz 1:45 PM

Summary of current top initiatives at member organizations and opportunities for synergy all members 2:45 PM Break 3:05 PM Breakout Sessions: Next Steps in collaborative initiatives - all members 4:05 PM Discussion - all members 5:00 PM Social Hour and Poster Session of CIFE work 6:00 PM Meeting ends 2 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Wednesday afternoon CIFE review Overview of CIFE research and methods Case examples Design Optimization (MDO) for Daylighting Simulation using Artificial Intelligence, Distributed Computing, and Uncertainty: work of John Basbagill, Ben Welle and Forest Flager Scheduling optimization: work of Tony Dong and Rene Morkos A Metric-Based Framework to Guide Management: work of Wendy Li Certificate Program case examples: John Kunz Our method is informal; please comment and ask questions! 3 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Reports from CIFE Summer Program:

Wake Up! The Revolution Has Arrived: A Report From CIFE (ENR) Designers/engineers: 30% reduction in project schedule (GPLA) 33% cost reduction (Sera) 328x increase in number of design versions (Arup) 99.99% reduction in design cycle time (Beck) Design-Builders: 48% reduction in man hours (Beck) 30% reduction in cost (NCC) >99% reduction in design batch size (GT) 85% reduction in effort to track supply chains (Optima) Builders: 95% reduction in field rework (DPR) 20% improvement in field productivity (DPR) 0% reduction in scope (DPR) 4 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Our challenge: Find new chasm Your challenge: Crossing the chasm Early innovator adopters now embrace VDC in all CIFE member organizations and in wide practice Challenge: cross the chasm and engage early majority Internally in CIFE organizations hundreds Externally in their value chains thousands # new users time Reference: Geoffrey Moore in Crossing the Chasm (1991, revised 1999) 5 CIFE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crossing_the_Chasm_%28book%29

Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Design Optimization (MDO) for Daylighting Simulation using Artificial Intelligence, Distributed Computing, and Uncertainty: John Basbagill Big idea: The innovative Life cycle assessment (LCA) method applies LCA specifically during the early design stages, allowing designers to understand the relative environmental impact importance of various building design decisions. Optimization algorithms generalize the method across a range of building shapes. An impact allocation scheme shows the distribution of impacts among building elements, and an impact reduction scheme shows which material and size decisions consistently achieve the greatest impact reductions. The method assists building design by highlighting early stage decisions that frequently achieve the significant reductions in carbon footprint. 6 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Scheduling optimization: work of Tony Dong and Rene Morkos Big idea: 7 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Predicting Client Satisfaction based on Dynamic Performance Feedback:

A Metric-Based Framework to Guide Management Wendy Li Big idea: Quantitative metrics can provide highly visible feedback to the project team about its project performance that in turn can help the team to manage its work better to achieve high client objectives. 8 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Metrics project Objectives work of Wendy Li Evaluate project performance objectively using metrics subjectively using in-depth interviews Understand the value of Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) and VDC methods Establish a benchmark for future projects 9 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Performance Metrics Overview - Categories Quality issues resolution, reliable promising, precon planning Cost estimates, contract directives, incentive program Schedule schedule conformance, constraints, JIT, rework Organization meetings, IPD concepts,

leadership, satisfaction Innovation SPS, BIM, Big Room 10 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Predicting Client Satisfaction based on Dynamic Performance Feedback: A Metric-Based Framework to Guide Management Wendy Li Big idea: Quantitative metrics can provide highly visible feedback to the project team about its project performance that in turn can help the team to manage its work better to achieve high client objectives. 11 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 VDC Certificate Program John Kunz and Martin Fischer Big ideas: The VDC certificate program is the single most effective CIFE initiative in helping member organizations to get high value from adoption of VDC methods. It provides professional education to enable participants to: Understand basic theory and practice of VDC; Develop awareness of trends, potential results and issues in using VDC; Develop specific skills in collaborative use of VDC methods.

12 CIFE Photo courtesy DPR Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 VDC Certificate Program: 9/2011 9/2012 Multiple programs at multiple venues with multiple participants and companies about our capacity Introductory session # # Session Date Venue participants Companies Sep-11 CIFE 10 5 Jan-12 Veidekke 24 Mar-12 CIFE 10 4 May-12 CIFE 82 13 Jun-12 DHV 22 3 Aug-12 DC Sep-12 Peru

30 Sep-12 CIFE Total 178 25 Integration experience # # participants Companies 5 3 1 1 9 1 3 2 18 7 13 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012

Demographics of CP graduates projects Total Sample Size = 34 Certificates Awarded Project Cost $1 million - $4 billion Project Size 30,000 - 560,000 sf Project Types Hotels Hospital Residential Tunnel Dock Facility Bridge Amusement Ride Retail Viaduct Education Misc. (Business Development; Design) CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 All participants now set objectives and measure and assess process performance wrt objectives 15 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012

Status of the VDC adoption chasm: Many tasks use BIM in multiple projects with varying success 16 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Participants tracked a wide variety of process performance metrics Performance Metric Tracked Frequently (weekly, monthly) RFIs Cost Conformance Schedule Conformance (incl. milestone) BIM/VDC Metrics (training, model quality, VDC competence, use rate, QTO, cost/project, model conformance) Latency (response, design review, overrun) Meetings/ICE (effectiveness, attendance, participation) Clash Detection Commitment Reliability/PPC/Task Conformance Submittals Design Change Requests Misc (energy calc methods, daily production, disruption time from public,, design input completeness) Rework (field, design, prefab) User Satisfaction Change Orders Prefabrication Safety Incidents # Projects n = 34) 15 12 11

10 8 8 7 6 5 4 4 4 3 2 2 2 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CP participants use of metrics They all use them! Many report that they have value Insightful qualitative value from monthly report comments Improvements over time: 2008 > 2009: understanding metrics 2009 > 2010: define objectives 2010 > 2012: graphical reporting Many did not identify appropriate metrics (vs. deliverables, tasks getting usable 3D model for glass roof construction planning Frequency of tracking randomly identified and not

followed through Frequent comment: did not know how to establish measurable objectives (improved > 2010) CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Most CP graduates use multiple VDC methods Example methods used one participant: CIFE 19 Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Example summary of personal work to date: Participants have multiple roles and activities Specify functional intent Product (3D) model Organization Process Explicitly model Product (3D) Organization Process Analysis: predict, measure status Product (3D) Organization

Process Use VDC methods in management Personal activities Comment - certification requirements: Principal Contribute responsibility to team Reviewed five explicit, quantitative and measurable output objectives for your project, including at least one each that relate to product, organization and process No Yes Yes No Yes Some Yes Yes Yes Create or contribute to one project model, which might be a 3D BIM, organization or No Yes Yes process No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Two performance predictions and five measured process performance metrics No Yes

Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Explain management implications of measured performance metrics wrt explicit objectives 20 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Example of methods by one CP graduate CIFE 21 Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Many lessons learned CIFE 22 Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Generally high level of satisfaction

CIFE 23 Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE Classic CIFE Industry Advisory Board 2012 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Meeting goals Discuss: Desired outcome: guidance for 1. CIFE community 2. 3. 4. 5. Translation: Share (inspiring) experiences, implications Plans: Identify Individual goals for outcomes, process, actions

Shared objectives Commitment and focus: translational work to find next chasms Initiatives: Based on our individual work, identify candidate joint initiatives CIFE 2012 focus Old business Your work CIFE status Participants better understand translation practice and potential Identify CIFE foci for breakthrough research and sustaining VDC-related work 25 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Focus for 2013 and beyond: Check your desired activities with the CIFE community in next 2 years Single VF activity Management Multistakeholder consortium Metrics: process to collect and report; global benchmark db BIM management and operationalized methods (e.g., specification,

model server, cloud) Coordination management and latency improvement Knowledge management Sustainability Smart buildings and communities Sustainability analysis and optimization Operations and facility management (energy, etc.) Process Pre-fabrication, dramatic schedule compression 4D with analytics (DSS) Extremely rapid parametric design variation and multi-disciplinary analysis Education VDC education for senior executives VDC education for project executives VDC education for thousands of professionals VDC-enabled workforce and field-knowledge-enabled VDC Other 26 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE Industry Advisory Board Meeting CIFE IAB meeting, October 17-18, 2012 Time 3 30 3 45 5 30

Topic and speaker - Wednesday 15 105 30 Durat ion 8 8 9 11 10 11 12 00 30 00 15 15 35 00 30 30 75 20 60 25 60 13 00 30 13 13 14

15 15 17 17 25 50 20 45 70 0 60 30 55 45 05 50 00 00 Registration and coffee Overview of recent projects Dinner (no host) at a local restaurant Topic and speaker - Thursday Registration and breakfast Welcome - Martin Fischer and John Kunz Translating CIFE research into practice: Eric Lamb (DPR), Stewart Carroll (Beck), Zuhair Haddad (CCC) Break Group discussions on translation CIFE initiatives: prefabrication; many design options; professional development Lunch: Poster session of CIFE work Breakout working sessions: identify specific collaborative translartional initiatives that support breakthrough performance CIFE overview and status from past year Members: summary of current initiatives of member organizations and opportunities for synergy Break

Breakout sessions: next steps in collaborative initiatives - all members Discussion and next steps - all members Finish Informal social hour 27 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Thursday morning Translating CIFE research into practice 9:00 11:15 am 28 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Translation forum Focus: translation -- the (often iterative) process where Members and CIFE work jointly to define problems; CIFE researchers develop innovative new methods to address the problems; Members move the new research results into practice. We move results to education 29 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Translation forum Speakers Eric Lamb, DPR

Stewart Carroll (Beck) Zuhair Haddad (CCC) 30 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE initiatives: prefabrication; many design options; professional development 11:35 12:00 pm 31 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE Classic Plus-Delta of Civil Engineering Provides fixed physical assets and wealth High global demand for infrastructure and housing Opportunity to impact global climate challenge significantly 32 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE

Classic Plus-Delta of Civil Engineering Provides fixed physical assets and wealth High global demand for infrastructure and housing Opportunity to impact global climate challenge significantly Low productivity compete with other ways to spend $ High energy use and rising energy costs 1 1. US Department of Commerce, compiled by P. Teicholz 2. Persson, Sustainable City of Tomorrow: B01Experiences of a Swedish Housing exposition (Swedish Research Council, Distributed by Coronet Books Stockholm, 2005), pp. 108 109. CIFE 2 Structural reliability << societal need (Chile) Guilllermo Gomez, PUChile 33 Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Fundamental issue: outcome reliability Structures (Chile, post-earthquake) -- good: ~500K/~5M homes damaged or destroyed: <2 ~4 joint failures /~100 in (collapsed) buildings: 2 4/~10,000 post-1985 buildings collapsed in major damage area: >3 Energy not good: 20/20 buildings used more energy than predicted Malmo, Sweden, 2001 (range 70 340% greater) 121 LEED buildings use 30% more energy per square foot than average for U.S. buildings Neither structure nor energy performance meets societal needs 34 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE Classic The CIFE mission to be the world's premier academic research center for Virtual Design and Construction of Architecture Engineering - Construction (AEC) industry projects. Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) is the use of multidisciplinary performance models of design-construction projects, including the Product (i.e., facilities), Organization of the design - construction - operation team and Work Processes in order to support business objectives 35

CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 The CIFE mission to be the world's premier academic research center for Virtual Design and Construction of Architecture Engineering - Construction (AEC) industry projects. Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) is the use of multidisciplinary performance models of design-construction projects, including the Product (i.e., facilities), Organization of the design - construction - operation team and Work Processes in order to support business objectives to support exceptionally reliable engineering and management processes to plan, design, construct and operate sustainable facilities 36 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Is there any other option? For our research For you to support exceptionally reliable engineering and management processes to plan, design, construct and operate sustainable facilities 37 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 (Multiple) Predictable performance objectives:

Controllable *Changed in 2010 Process [Conformance to plans] Outcome [Performance] Product, organization, process designs Latency: mean <= 1; 95% within 2 Coordination activity: Field-generated Requests for Information: 0 Schedule: 1 y Design < .5 y Construct 95% on-time performance Facility managed Scope: Rework volume: 0 (for field 100% of items with > 2% of value, time, cost or energy construction work); objective = 10-20% (virtual work) Cost: >= 95% of budgeted items within 2% of budgeted cost Prediction basis: > 80% of

predictions founded *Function (quality) conformance (%): >= 99% Quality - Delivered Scope: 100% satisfaction by POE Design versions: 2 or more Schedule conformance (%): >= >= 80% 80% *Sustainability: >75% better energy, water, materials, than 2002, profitably Staff trained in VDC: >= Cost conformance (%): >= 95% Globalization: >= 50% of supply and sales planned, explicit, public, informed > 90% 4/project Safety: 0 lost hours working days 38 CIFE

Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Translational research at CIFE Goal: Measurably contribute to exceptionally reliable engineering and management processes to design, construct and operate sustainable facilities Method translation to integrate: 40 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Summary of CIFE role CIFE translational research gives practitioners the opportunity to identify, explore, develop and apply new methods that have great potential value with low risk and (relatively) low cost 41 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE Vision We and our members develop, learn and apply VDC principles and methods to help projects deliver exceptional value and help member organizations achieve breakthrough objectives 43 CIFE Copyright 2012

CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Suggestions for members Focus VDC implementation on deep and broad impact Deep: apply VDC modeling, analysis (>= 5 analyses/BIM), collaboration (ICE) and metrics (at least weekly) Broad (with corporate leadership and budget) provide: Corporate suite of modeling, analysis tools (Global + regional) VDC steering groups + Wiki to share methods and lessons Modeling & analysis methods and tools: PBS, OBS, WBS, CBS, data exchange methods, metrics collection and reporting, VDC training x >100/year Set objectives; measure process & outcome status; integrate VDC with strategic business processes Engage in specific collaborative translational activities 46 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Major trends in next decade . Demographics: Aging populations hospitals Global economic growth middle class housing Aging western infrastructure + wealth in emerging economies infrastructure Shaken economies less building, call for measured performance

Changing world: Global warming sustainability (Structural, energy efficiency) cost of oil demand for energy efficiency Globalization Consolidation via acquisition, merger, partnership Changing role of AEC: low-cost transactions long-term partnerships w/guaranteed high level of performance Technology and connectivity: Computing and automated sensing and control very inexpensive VDC on the job site and work face; stick build manufacture, assemble IM, chat, 3D, ICE natural for young staff 47 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE initiatives: Recent results that support a 2015 objective Generate and analyze many design options quickly 48 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE initiatives: Recent results that support a 2015 objective Schedule conformance (Certificate participant) VDC project No-VDC

49 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE initiatives: Recent results that support a 2015 objective VDC professional development: Certificate program Participants: ~400 Organizations: scores Projects with >= 4 participants: ~10 Graduates: 36 Impacts: Most participants now implement metrics and ICE Best thing we have done. 50 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE initiatives:

Recent results that support a 2015 objective Managing facility modeled (BIM) scope Problem: inconsistent BIM methods and results Method: Create BIM management framework Finding: BIM value uses Model Usages vs. Benefits R2 = 0.8735 35 # of Benefits 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 0 2 4 6 8 10 # of Model Usages Impacts: Consistent methods, more value 51 CIFE

Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE initiatives: Recent results that support a 2015 objective Latency (Certificate participant) 52 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE overview and status from past year 1:30 1:55 pm CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE MEMBERSHIP Visiting Fellows & Interns during 2010-11

Akshay Adya (WDI) Austin Becker (WDI) Catherine Boubekeur (Glodon, MTR) Anne-Laure Cuvilliez (Microsoft) Ning Tony Dong (CCC) Forest Flager (Beck) Victor Gane (MTR) Julian Gonsalves (MTR, GSA, Glodon) Jinping Gou (MTR, GSA, Glodon) Calvin Kam, (GSA) Atul Khanzode (DPR) Jung In Kim (MTR, GSA, Glodon) Wendy Li (Skanska, WDI) Liang Ma (WDI) Rene Morkos (Slavenburg) David Newell (WDI) Adam Nizich (MTR) Reid Senescu (Arup) Min Song (MTR, GSA) Christopher Stiedemann (WDI) Richard Tsai (MTR, GSA, Glodon) Meng Yu (MTR, GSA, Glodon) Anthony Zara (MTR, GSA, Glodon) Sangwoo Cho (DPR) Plus multiple summer interns Consulting Professor: Ben Schwegler (WDI)

54 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE MEMBERSHIP Visiting Fellows & Scholars Visiting Scholars Merel Witteveen, Utrecht University, March June 2010 Peng Yi Nathan Wang, Glodon Software, Oct 2010 Ole Berard, Technical University of Denmark, Jan June 2011 Ragip Akbas, Autodesk, April May 2011 Liang Ma, Tongji University, Jan Dec 2011 Kishio Tamura, Konica Minolta, Sep Dec 2011 Sandy Ng, Fulbright Scholar, Jan Mar 2012 Visiting Professor Leonardo Rischmoller, Pontificia Universidad Catlica de Chile, Jan Dec 2011 55 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Finances: Income, Carryover, & Expense Comparison $2,000,000.00 $1,800,000.00

$1,600,000.00 $1,400,000.00 $1,200,000.00 Total Current Year Income Other Expense (Infrastructure charge) Total Expense $1,000,000.00 $800,000.00 $600,000.00 $400,000.00 $200,000.00 $0.00 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-1111-12 Budget 56 CIFE

Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE Membership Membership $1,400,000 $1,200,000 $1,000,000 $800,000 Membership $600,000 $400,000 $200,000 $0 03-04 04-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 08-09 09-10 10-11 11-12 Budget

57 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE MEMBERSHIP Changes since last IAB (Oct. 2010) CHANGE IN MEMBERSHIP LEVEL Beck Contributor Associate FORMER MEMBERS Arup Design+Construction Strategies London Infotech 58 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Proposed CIFE Calendar 2012 - 13 EVENTS DATES Call for Seed Proposals Proposals Due Technical Advisory Committee Award Announcements February 15, 2012 Summer Program, Stanford Industry Advisory Board 2012

VDC Certificate Program June 20-21 April 11 April 18 April 23 October 18 March 19-23, September 10-14 59 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE Seed 2012-13 Projects Power to the Edge: A Work Tracking System for Construction: Fischer, Levitt, Garcia-Lopez Multidisciplinary Design Optimization of Buildings for LifeCycle Cost and Environmental Impact Performance: Lepech, Fischer, Flager, Basbagill Incorporating Human and Social Behavior in Computational Egress Analysis: Law, Latombe, Parigi, Chu Seeding Scalable Workflow Productivity Improvements: Fischer, Steinert, Senescu, Head Space Constraint Method: Fischer, Lepech, Morkos 60 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE Membership COMPANY NAME Arup Autodesk, Inc.

Beck Group CCC (Consolidated Contractors Co.) Design+ Construction Strategies DPR Construction, Inc. FIATECH Glodon Software Co., Ltd GSA (U.S. General Services Administration) London Infotech Microsft Corporation MTR Corporation Ltd NCC Construction Obayashi Corporation (with Webcor Builders) Optima DCH Development, Inc. Oracle Primavera Parsons Brinckerhoff, Inc. Scenario Virtual Project Delivery Skanska USA Slavenburg BV SMART Technologies, Inc. Strategic Project Solutions Veidekke Sverige AB Walt Disney Imagineering CIFE Webcor Builders (with Obayashi Corp.) COUNTRY Greece China MEMBER CATEGORY Contributor Associate Contributor

Associate Member Associate Reciprocal Associate INDUSTRY TYPE AEC S/H AEC, R AEC S/H AEC OT S/H Industry Type: AEC = Arch/Eng/Constr IP = Info. Provider Partner USA & India Contributor Contributor China Associate Sweden Member O/O S/H S/H O/O AEC Japan

AEC AEC S/H AEC S/H AEC AEC S/H AEC AEC O/O AEC Member Member Contributor Associate Member USA, EU Associate Netherlands Associate Canada Member Member Sweden Member Partner Member O/O = Owner/ Operator OT = Other R = Real Estate S/H = Software/ Hardware 61 Copyright 2012

CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Members: summary of current initiatives of member organizations and opportunities for synergy 1:55 2:45 pm CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Discussion and next steps - all members 3:50 5:00 pm CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Our challenge: Crossing the chasm Early innovator adopters now embrace VDC in all CIFE member organizations and in wide practice Challenge: cross the chasm and engage early majority Internally in CIFE organizations hundreds Externally in their value chains thousands # new users time Reference: Geoffrey Moore in Crossing the Chasm (1991, revised 1999) 64 CIFE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crossing_the_Chasm_%28book%29 Copyright 2012

CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Your views on leadership, objectives and methods: [CIFE] you Controllable Process [Conformance to plans] Outcome [Performance] Product, organization, process designs Latency: [mean <= 1; 95% <=2 working days] Safety: [0 lost hours] Coordination activity: [planned, explicit, public, informed Field-generated Requests for Information: [0] Schedule: [1 y Design; < .5 y Construct; 95% on-time performance] Rework volume: [0 (for field construction work); objective = 10-20% (virtual work)] Cost: [>= 95% of budgeted items within 2% of budgeted cost] Prediction basis: [> 80% of *Function (quality) conformance (%): [>=

predictions founded] 99%] Delivered Scope: [100% POE satisfaction] Design versions: [2 or more Schedule conformance (%): [>= 80%] *Sustainability: [>75% better energy, water, materials, than 2002, profitably] Cost conformance (%): [>= 95%] Globalization: [>= 50% of supply and sales] > 90%] Facility managed Scope: [100% of items with > 2% of value, time, cost or energy] >= 80%] Staff trained in VDC: [>= 4/ project] Other: Other: 65 CIFE Copyright 2012

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CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Focus for 2012 and beyond: your desired activities with the CIFE community in next 2 years Committee or task force to explore Single VF activity Multistakeholder consortium 1 4 7 BIM management and methods (e.g., model server, cloud) 1 1 3 Coordination management and latency improvement 1 0 1

Smart buildings and communities 1 0 0 Sustainability analysis and optimization 0 2 3 Operations and facility management (energy, etc.) 1 0 4 Pre-fabrication, dramatic schedule compression 1 3 5 4D with analytics (DSS) 1 4

5 VDC education for senior executives 0 0 2 VDC education for project executives 1 3 4 VDC education for thousands of professionals 0 0 0 VDC-enabled workforce and field-knowledge-enabled VDC 0 1 4 Legal change 1

1 1 Tool evaluation and sharing 0 1 4 Red indicates relatively significant level of interest Management Metrics: process to collect and report; global benchmark db VDC/BIM scorecard assessment Sustainability Process Education 69 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Interest in specific activities Metrics for management: GSA/scorecard CK, Bechtel (JK); DPR w/Nellie MF & IVL, Slavenburg (JK: POE, macdadi in design and poe) Real results autumn, winter; TAC-time discussion of consortium BIM management/model server: GSA, vico MF in mid-Nov.

211/212? Operations including sustainability: Skanska JK; Yau Lee (prefer prefab) CK, DPR MF, MTR CK Prefab/ schedule compression: Skanska JK, DPR MF; Yau Lee CK, Slavenburg MF, [Tony Dong] 4D Analytics: PB MF Education for executives: Bechtel JK CIFE Others NCC JK Beck; CCC MF Glodon - CK 70 Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Plus Member presentations and sharing Morning speakers Open forum Wed. PM 71

CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Delta Make sure everyone receives choices ahead of time PM too slow Voting confusing (interest vs. $?) Include brief student/project presentations Promote Wed. PM more Work through case (??) 72 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Meeting goals Discuss: Desired outcome: guidance for 1. CIFE community 2. 3. 4. 5. Leadership: Share (inspiring) experiences, intent, risks

Plans: Identify Individual objectives for outcomes, process, actions Shared objectives Synergies: identify opportunities for collective work Initiatives: Based on our individual work, identify candidate joint initiatives CIFE 2012 focus Old business Your work CIFE status Participants better understand leadership and global work in Integrated Facility Engineering with VDC Identify CIFE foci for future integration and VDC-related work 73 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 CIFE Classic What do you have? What do you want? 2011?, 2015? 2011?, 2015? Objective Objective: 2015

Schedule 1 y Design; < .5 y Construct Cost Variance < 5% Function/ Scope 0 variance, by POE Safety Better Sustainability 75% better than 2002 Globalization >= 50% of supply and sales 74 CIFE Copyright 2012 CIFE IAB: 17-18 October 2012 Informal social hour 5:00 6:00 pm CIFE Copyright 2012

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