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Résumé de la présentation

Digital transformation requires the implication of all stakeholders of the AECO industry ecosystem. Because of this transformation, an expectations gap between owners’ and the project team could emerge. Adopting a clear vision that is well defined by the owner, which adapts to the industry pace, and which promotes collaboration, remains essential in this context of transformation which integrates innovative practices such as BIM and IDP. This is the method of choice for the SQI, a major public owner in Quebec, to undertake this digital transformation, and generate value throughout the life cycle of its facilities.

This presentation highlights the strategy adopted by the SQI for the integrated practices BIM-IDP deployment in its projects. It will outline the genesis of this approach, the steps followed, the processes and the efforts deployed to develop its BIM requirements both at the organizational level and at the project level. This presentation will also present a roadmap for deploying BIM-IDP in a structured and progressive manner. This deployment will be demonstrated through concrete examples, challenges encountered, and lessons learned.

This presentation covers the following objectives:

  • Demonstrate the importance of BIM integrating into the owners strategic vision, and the importance of placing human beings at the heart of this change.‍
  • Identify the efforts, investments and requirements which the owner needs to define before starting a BIM project.
  • Demonstrate the real BIM benefits for the owner, particularly for the organization, management and sustainability of its information assets.
  • Identify the challenges encountered and how to overcome them.

Who's Presenting

Qui présente

Steve Tremblay

(Moderator)

Deputy Director and Interim Director of the deployment of integrated practices BIM-IDP - SQI

Deputy Director and Interim Director of the deployment of integrated practices BIM-IDP - SQI

Biographie

Graduated as an architectural technician since more than 20 years, Steve Tremblay has a rich career, motivated by constantly looking for ways to improve practices and productivity. Over the past 20 years, Mr. Tremblay has developed unique expertise in the domains of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and the integrated design process (IDP). In 2010, he joined the Société québécoise des infrastructures (SQI), where he leads the corporate project of the deployment of integrated practices (BIM and IDP), the most advanced digital transformation plan in the public real estate and infrastructure sector in Canada.

Diplômé en tant que technicien en architecture depuis plus de 20 ans, Steve Tremblay jouit d’un riche parcours, motivé par une recherche constante d’amélioration des façons de faire et par le gain de productivité. Au cours des 20 dernières années, M. Tremblay s’est bâti une expertise unique liée à la modélisation des données du bâtiment (BIM) et au processus de conception intégrée (PCI). En 2010, il se joint à la Société québécoise des infrastructures (SQI), où il dirige le projet corporatif de déploiements des pratiques intégrées BIM et PCI, le plan de transformation numérique le plus avancé au Canada dans le secteur de l’immobilier et des infrastructures publiques.

Digital transformation requires the implication of all stakeholders of the AECO industry ecosystem. Because of this transformation, an expectations gap between owners’ and the project team could emerge. Adopting a clear vision that is well defined by the owner, which adapts to the industry pace, and which promotes collaboration, remains essential in this context of transformation which integrates innovative practices such as BIM and IDP. This is the method of choice for the SQI, a major public owner in Quebec, to undertake this digital transformation, and generate value throughout the life cycle of its facilities.

This presentation highlights the strategy adopted by the SQI for the integrated practices BIM-IDP deployment in its projects. It will outline the genesis of this approach, the steps followed, the processes and the efforts deployed to develop its BIM requirements both at the organizational level and at the project level. This presentation will also present a roadmap for deploying BIM-IDP in a structured and progressive manner. This deployment will be demonstrated through concrete examples, challenges encountered, and lessons learned.

This presentation covers the following objectives:

  • Demonstrate the importance of BIM integrating into the owners strategic vision, and the importance of placing human beings at the heart of this change.‍
  • Identify the efforts, investments and requirements which the owner needs to define before starting a BIM project.
  • Demonstrate the real BIM benefits for the owner, particularly for the organization, management and sustainability of its information assets.
  • Identify the challenges encountered and how to overcome them.

Souha Tahrani

Consultant in Integrated Practices Management - SQI

Architect and urban planner, Souha Tahrani holds a Ph.D. from the University of Nantes in France. She is a lecturer at the Ecole de Technologie Supérieure in Montreal and at the University of Montreal. Interested in innovation in construction, which includes BIM (Building Information Building) and integrated practices. Since 2010, she was involved in multiple industry-partnership research projects and has published many scientific papers and industrial reports on the adoption of these practices. She was responsible for the implementation of BIM at Ædifica Architecture, and has recently joined the SQI to contribute to the strategy of the deployment of the BIM-IDP integrated practices.

Souha Tahrani, architecte et urbaniste, titulaire d’un Ph.D. de l’Université de Nantes/France. Elle est actuellement chargée de cours à l’École de Technologies supérieure (ÉTS) et à l’Université de Montréal. Souha s'intéresse à l’innovation en construction telle que le BIM (Building Information Building), les pratiques intégrées. Depuis 2010, elle était Impliquée dans de multiples projets de recherche en partenariat avec l’industrie et a publié de nombreux articles scientifiques et rapports industriels sur l'adoption des nouvelles pratiques en construction. Elle était la responsable de l’implantation du BIM chez Ædifica architecture, et récemment elle s’est jointe à l’équipe de la SQI pour contribuer à la stratégie du déploiement des pratiques intégrées BIM-PCI.

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