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BIM och miljöklassningar

Burman, David and Thrysin, Ulf (2011)
Programmes in Helesingborg
Abstract
In the following paper have we examined the possibilities to use building information models (BIM) to simplify the process of environmental certification for buildings. We have primarily looked at the two classification systems GreenBuilding and Miljöbyggnad. We have analysed the points in the classification systems to which of them could have a possible connection to BIM. Thereafter different programs were examined to figure out which ones that could be used in the process. Since how you store and send information is an essential part in this process we have also studied and presented a couple of different format for information transfer, for example IFC, Fi2xml and gbXML. In general the programs are seldom or never adapted so that a... (More)
In the following paper have we examined the possibilities to use building information models (BIM) to simplify the process of environmental certification for buildings. We have primarily looked at the two classification systems GreenBuilding and Miljöbyggnad. We have analysed the points in the classification systems to which of them could have a possible connection to BIM. Thereafter different programs were examined to figure out which ones that could be used in the process. Since how you store and send information is an essential part in this process we have also studied and presented a couple of different format for information transfer, for example IFC, Fi2xml and gbXML. In general the programs are seldom or never adapted so that a facility manager can use them in an appropriate way, instead most of the programs are aimed towards designers, which makes it more beneficial to use during the designing-phase in new production at the moment.
Another reason why it is not that suitable for a facility manager to use these technologies is that it is seldom economically justified to create building models for simple or small redevelopments. There are however huge possibilities with this technology, designers can already today use many of the applications to calculate energy consumption, thermal climate et cetera. There is however still large potentials that are not in use today, for example how you can account for materials. A recurring tendency throughout the paper is that facility managers often are missing the tools to handle information from BIM-models. There are programs that can do this, but there are relatively few companies that utilise them.
To easier be able to use the information from the designing-phase and also to work easier with environmental classifications during the management phase the facility manager needs to review how their systems store and communicate information. This would clarify the benefits but also help them make better demands on the designers. In the paper there is also a suggestion on how you might be able to work to take advantage of the full potential with BIM in the environmental certification-process. (Less)
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author
Burman, David and Thrysin, Ulf
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M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
miljöklasser, bim, greenbuilding, förvaltning, miljöbyggnad, fi2, ifc, fastighetsförvaltning
language
Swedish
id
2158907
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date added to LUP
2011-09-20
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2012-07-12 15:39:48
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  abstract     = {In the following paper have we examined the possibilities to use building information models (BIM) to simplify the process of environmental certification for buildings. We have primarily looked at the two classification systems GreenBuilding and Miljöbyggnad. We have analysed the points in the classification systems to which of them could have a possible connection to BIM. Thereafter different programs were examined to figure out which ones that could be used in the process. Since how you store and send information is an essential part in this process we have also studied and presented a couple of different format for information transfer, for example IFC, Fi2xml and gbXML. In general the programs are seldom or never adapted so that a facility manager can use them in an appropriate way, instead most of the programs are aimed towards designers, which makes it more beneficial to use during the designing-phase in new production at the moment.
Another reason why it is not that suitable for a facility manager to use these technologies is that it is seldom economically justified to create building models for simple or small redevelopments. There are however huge possibilities with this technology, designers can already today use many of the applications to calculate energy consumption, thermal climate et cetera. There is however still large potentials that are not in use today, for example how you can account for materials. A recurring tendency throughout the paper is that facility managers often are missing the tools to handle information from BIM-models. There are programs that can do this, but there are relatively few companies that utilise them.
To easier be able to use the information from the designing-phase and also to work easier with environmental classifications during the management phase the facility manager needs to review how their systems store and communicate information. This would clarify the benefits but also help them make better demands on the designers. In the paper there is also a suggestion on how you might be able to work to take advantage of the full potential with BIM in the environmental certification-process.},
  author       = {Burman, David and Thrysin, Ulf},
  keyword      = {miljöklasser,bim,greenbuilding,förvaltning,miljöbyggnad,fi2,ifc,fastighetsförvaltning},
  language     = {swe},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {BIM och miljöklassningar},
  year         = {2011},
}