INFORMATION DELIVERY CYCLEThe Information Delivery Cycle as shown in figure contains two separate entry points. For stand alone new build projects, start at the top right corner ” Need, ” but for projects which are a part of larger portfolio or estate, or for projects working on existing buildings and structures, start at the right arrow ” Assessment ” based on the information in the existing AIM.The information delivery cycle in BLUE shows the generic process of identifying a project need (which may be for design, construction or supply of goods), procuring and awarding a contract, mobilizing a supplier and generating information on production and assets relevant to the need.
Small Green balloons indicate the exchange of information between the project team members.The exchange of information between the project team and the employer is indicated by larger red balloons in order to answer the plain language questions raised by the employer in the employer information requirement (EIR).1 SCOPE :-PAS 1192-2 focuses specifically on project delivery, where the majority of graphic data, non-graphic data and documents, collectively referred to as the project information model (PIM), are accumulated through design and construction activities.
5 Information Delivery ” Assessment and need :-” CAPEX Start ” is one of two states, either in which a project begins without pre – existing information or in which a project begins on the basis of an asset portfolio assessment of pre – existing information.The exchange of information and the requirements for collaborative work shall be carried out in conjunction with other procurement and project definition activities.The exchange of information and the requirements for collaborative work are described in the EIRs, which form part of the employer’s requirements and are incorporated into the project execution plan by a supplier.5.2 Origin of the employer’s informationrequirements (EIR) :-EIRs are produced as part of a broader set of documentation for use during project procurement and are usually issued as part of the requirements of the employer or tendering documentation.The development of the EIR begins either with the assessment of an existing asset, which leads to the development of the needs of the employer, or directly with the needs of the employer if no existing asset or asset information model is considered.6 Information delivery ” Procurement :-The purpose of the pre – contract BEP is to demonstrate the approach, capability, capacity and competence proposed by the supplier to comply with the EIR.The BEP is likely to be developed in two phases, pre and post contract award.The BEP shall enable the employer to determine whether the requirements within the EIR are achievable and, if necessary, to adjust or negotiate the capabilities of the supply chain.Post contract award, the BEP shall be re-submitted to the employer by the supplier, entrusting the capabilities of the supply chain and the Master Information Delivery Plan (MIDP) and which all the parties concerned have agreed and committed to BEP.6.3 Project implementation plan (PIP) :-The PIP is one of the documents used by an employer to evaluate the skills, competence and experience of potential project suppliers and quality documentation.6.4 Supplier BIM assessment form :-A BIM assessment form for the supplier shall be completed by all relevant organizations within the supply chain to demonstrate their competence and understanding of BIM and provide a comparable document for assessing their capability.7 Information delivery ” Post contract-award :-Post contract award, the purpose of the BIM execution plan is to facilitate the management of the project delivery. This includes the requirements for the exchange of contractual information set out in the BIM protocol alongside the broader project deliverables established by the contract.Suppliers shall ensure that the information supplied by their supply chain complies with the contract standard (the employer information exchanges) and shall supply information to their supply chain partners at pre – defined points during the project (the supply chain information exchanges).7.3 Production of the master informationdelivery plan (MIDP) :-The MIDP shall list the deliverables of information for the project, including but not limited to models, drawings or renditions, specifications, equipment schedules, room data sheets, and shall be managed through change control.7.4 Task information delivery plan (TIDP) :-Each task team manager shall compile his own TIDP with its milestones. These are used to convey the responsibility for the delivery of the information of each supplier.The TIDPs are used to demonstrate the transfer of responsibility for the preparation of project documents from one team member to another.8 Information delivery ” Mobilization :-Mobilization is important, as it gives the project delivery team the opportunity to ensure that the information management solution works before any design work begins.This includes ensuring that the required documents are prepared and agreed, that information management processes are in place, that the team has the appropriate skills and competences and that the technology supports and enables information management in accordance with this PAS.9 Information delivery ” Production :-In level 2, the PIM will probably comprise a set of federated building information models, not just a single integrated building information model, along with related non-graphical data and related documentation.The PIM will probably start as a design intent model and then be developed into a virtual building model as ownership passes from design suppliers to the construction supplier and its supply chain. The arrangements for this transfer, including its timing, should be challenged in the terms of contracts between the employer and the suppliers.9.2 Common data environment (CDE) :-The CDE is a means of providing a collaborativeenvironment for sharing work and can be implementedin a number of ways.Advantages of adopting such a CDE include :Information ownership remains with the originator, although shared and reused only by the originator;shared information reduces the time and cost inproducing co-ordinated information;any number of documents can be generated fromdifferent combinations of model files.