GUIDE FOR CIVIL INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT (CIM) AT DEPARTMENTS OF TRANSPORTATION (DOTs) AN EXECUTIVE BRIEFING FOR THE GUIDEBOOK Prepared by The Project Team NCHRP 10-96 NCHRP 10-96 Team members The University of Texas at Austin William OBrien Principal Investigator Fernanda Leite Co-Principal Investigator Nabeel Khwaja Co-Principal Investigator Bharathwaj Sankaran Graduate Student Ignacio De Sande Palma Graduate Student
The University of Colorado at Boulder Paul Goodrum Co-Principal Investigator Keith Molenaar Co-Principal Investigator Guillermo Nevett Graduate Student Joshua Johnson Graduate Student NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook 2 Outline A/E and Design team
Why use CIM? Owner/ Operator Utility companies Definition of CIM CIM Overview of CIM tools and functions CIM Guide overview Contractors
Suppliers Resources NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook 3 4 WHY USE CIM? Why use CIM? CIM can have great benefits in cost and time savings on
projects CIM can improve information flow Transparency among project stakeholders Improve outreach to the public CIM can increase the effectiveness of agency professionals and service providers Breach traditional silos Improve information quality and availability Increase productivity Improve interfaces with contracted professionals NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook 5
DEFINITION OF CIM What is CIM? Civil Integrated Management (CIM) is the technologyenabled collection, organization, managed accessibility, and the use of accurate data and information throughout the life cycle of a transportation asset. The concept may be used by all affected parties for a wide range of purposes, including planning, environmental assessment, surveying, construction, maintenance, asset management, and risk assessment. -FHWA, AASHTO, ARTBA (2012) NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook
7 What is CIM? CIM is not just technology it encompasses changes to the typical work processes supporting projects. NCHRP 10-96 describes both tools and functions: CIM tools includes the associated technologies and tools CIM functions includes the functional areas and work processes that one or more of the CIM tools improve or transform Application of CIM can range from incremental improvement of functions to new workflows CIM can enable fully digital workflow from project inception to asset
management Use of CIM is not all or nothing agencies can select tools for specific applications today, and increase use over time NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook 8 OVERVIEW OF CIM TOOLS AND FUNCTIONS CIM Utilizes Many Tools NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook 10
CIM Tools Modeling Create virtual/digital representations of project data NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook 11 CIM Tools Data Management Software to
manage project information throughout design, construction, and maintenance lifecycle NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook 12 CIM Tools Sensing
Advanced Surveying tools improve coverage, speed, data accuracy, and can reduce costs. NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook 13 CIM Tools Sensing
(contd.) NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook 14 CIM Tools Affect Many Functions Each CIM tool improves the performance, predictability or transparency in executing one or more CIM functions. NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook 15 CIM Functions Surveying
CIM functions primarily related to data collection and measurement tasks for project development and asset management NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook 16 CIM Functions - Design
Functions performing design or design-related tasks in project delivery process NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook Digital design 2D digital design tools and nD modeling tools Creation of digital models of terrain, project elements 17
CIM Functions Construction Functions directly related to construction of a project NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook 18 CIM Functions Project Management Other functions for
monitoring, controlling and managing projects Visualization GIS and nD modeling tools to enhance physical, geospatial or functional details of the model Communication and public information activities Traffic Management Planning nD modeling and traffic simulation tools for preparation of traffic control plans Construction Quality Control Mobile digital devices, RTN and Rover-based QA/QC checks
Frequent and accurate creation of as-built records and good communication Materials Management RFID and GPS technologies to manage materials on supply chain and on-site Contracts Information management systems for contract administration and management (e.g. bid letting, RFIs, shop drawing reviews and approvals, submittals and correspondences) NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook 19
CIM positively effects project workflows Project delivery processes become data-centric with CIM Examples: Digitally collected and cataloged geo-spatial data directly supports surveying and engineering activities Digital design in 2D/3D produces information rich electronic models AMG (supported by GPS/Robotic Total Stations) for many construction activities As-built surveys post construction using equipment such as rovers, UAVs, mobile digital devices; digital signatures to verify most of the survey data
Digitally archived data supports asset management NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook 20 21 CIM GUIDE OVERVIEW CIM Guidebook NCHRP 10-96 Guidebook includes an implementation framework for CIM at Department of Transportation Provides integrated view of CIM tools and functions to
support agency-level planning for investments in CIM Supplements available guidelines and case examples of specific CIM functions at the agency NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook 22 CIM Implementation Maturity Model NCHRP 10-96 provides an implementation
maturity model to help assess current capabilities and next steps Use the maturity model to plan and better connect CIM initiatives across the agency CIM Implementation Maturity Model: NCHRP 10-96 Guideboo NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook
23 CIM Implementation Considerations CIM implementation should be a planned effort Consider agency goals and capabilities Consider existing investments in CIM technologies and functions CIM is not just about the technology consider : Project delivery strategies Standards and specifications Training needs and culture Governance and policy Information management CIM should have implementation champions
CIM initiatives should have provision for lessons learned NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook 24 NCHRP 10-96 CIM Guide Layout Identifies CIM tools and related functions for project delivery, their uses and benefits Proposes a three-stage framework for integrating CIM with
agency workflow Compiles illustrative and case examples to demonstrate the framework NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook 25 26 RESOURCES Additional Suggested Resources
NCHRP 10-96: Guide for Civil Integrated Management in Departments of Transportation NCHRP 20-68A: Scan 13-02, Advances in Civil Integrated Management FHWA-IF-05-025, Innovation in Vertical and Horizontal Construction: Lessons for the Transportation Industry CIM 3D Technologies Implementation Plan Oregon DOT 2008: http://www.oregon.gov/ODOT/HWY/GEOMETRONICS/docs/engautokeyconcepts.pdf Wisconsin DOT 2013: http://cmsc.engr.wisc.edu/WisDOT-3D-Technologies-Implementation-Plan-Final-Plan-2013-July-1.pdf Utah DOT: 2014 http://www.udot.utah.gov/main/f?p=100:pg:0:::1:T,V:4450, Iowa DOT, 2015, 3D Engineered Models for Highway Construction: The Iowa Experience, http:// trid.trb.org/view.aspx?id=1367947 FHWA HIF 12 014, Identifying existing and emerging technologies in the area of Intelligent
Construction of highways NCHRP Synthesis 372, Emerging technology in construction delivery FDOT CIM Workshop 2012, FTBA 2015 CIM presentations http://www.dot.state.fl.us/structures/DesignExpo2012/CIM2012.shtm http://web.ftba.com/convention/2015_presentations.aspx ODOT Design to Paver 2014 Workshop, http://designtopaver.org/ FHWA 3D Engineered models webinar series, http:// www.fhwa.dot.gov/construction/3d/webinars.cfm Digital project delivery presentations, IHEEP 2014 and 2015 http://www.iheep2014.com/webagenda.html http://www.iheep2015.com/agenda.html NCHRP 10-96 Executive Briefing for Guidebook
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