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  1. TRB Committee on Intelligent Construction Systems & Technology March 14, 2013 | Washington, DC 3D Engineered Models for Construction - Implementation Douglas Townes FHWA Resource Center

  2. Overview • Background and Purpose • Review of work to date • Project approach to implementation • Deployment strategies and activities • Performance goals • Question to the Committee

  3. Background • Technology representing construction projects in digital form • Being used by several states in various ways • Strong potential to reduce construction time • Activities supported by 3D models: • Multi-disciplinary project coordination; • Clash detection analysis of design features; • Earthwork quantity computations; and, • Automated machine guidance (AMG) of heavy construction equipment.

  4. Purpose • To improve the quality of construction and the delivery of highway projects. The goals are to: • Improve construction documents and communication among project stakeholders; • Enhance identification and resolution of possible conflicts before construction; • Increase productivity to lower construction costs and speed up schedules; and • Improve safety on the construction site.

  5. Review of Work to Date • Consultant SAIC contracted,served as SME • Established FHWA core team and stakeholders technical panel • FHWA field staff webinar training last Sept • Regional Summits – Fall 2012: • 2 sessions, introduction and applications • Received input on deployment strategies - 20+ activities identified • Implementation Plan

  6. Project Approach to Implementation • Stakeholders driven • 3-pronged approach • Targeted to various state levels of implementation • Designed to maximize participation

  7. Deployment Strategies

  8. Deployment Strategies

  9. States Exploring 3D Engineered Models for Construction AK WA VT ME MT ND OR NH MN MA ID NY WI SD RI MI WY PA CT NJ DE MD DC NE IA OH NV IL IN UT WV CO VA MO KS KY CA CA NC TN OK AZ AR SC NM GA MS AL HI TX LA Key: EDC3D FL Exploring National Leader PR Source data from EDC2 Implementation Plans

  10. Performance Goals By December 31, 2014, FHWA Division Offices will partner with State DOT’s and/or Local Public Agencies and Federal Lands Highway Divisions will partner with Federal Agencies and/or Tribal Nations to obtain the following two independent goals: • Create and apply 3D Engineered Models for Construction, consisting of a digital model representing features within the roadway prism, to construct 50 projects nationwide, and; • Nationally, have 25 or more transportation agencies use 3D Engineered Models for Construction. Implementation Criteria:  A transportation facility owner is considered to have implemented 3D Engineered Models for Construction if models are used on a minimum of two or more projects.

  11. Digital Modeling … … a look towards the future

  12. 4D Modeling - Scheduling

  13. 5D Modeling – Cost Estimating

  14. Question to the TRB Committee • What steps should FHWA be taking now toprepare itself for the deployment of 4D and 5D modeling in FY14 and FY15?

  15. Thank You Douglas Townes FHWA Resource Center Douglas.townes@dot.gov 404 562-3914 These slides were produced by Chris Schneider, Office of Asset Management Thank you Chris for sharing them