CIM FOR SUSTAINABILITY APPRAISAL OF CONCEPTUAL ILCM OF THE DISASTER RESTORATION WORK
1) Senior Researcher, Construction Information Research Institute, Japan Construction Information Center Foundation, Tokyo, Japan.
Abstract: Civil Information Modeling (CIM) was produced as innovation of a new construction production system since 2011 by the Japanese Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) in Japan. Pilot implementation began as kickoff by JACIC seminar in 2012. MLIT had 11 trials of the design projects in 2012. In 2013, seven cases were tried as the construction projects. We aimed at Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) of BIM concept using IFC model data exchange through an application to CIM. JACIC and MLIT have been introducing and promoting CIM in the civil engineering field. However, we don't reach the stage where it can be applied to general public construction because of the large-scale pilot model made by a technical expert and a special engineer using high price 3D CAD and the purpose of the 3D configuration model for important structures. In this study, we focus on contributing to aggressive practicality in an actual site using CIM based on a collaborative tool throughout the life cycle of structure, and National fundamental infrastructure model. In order to introduce CIM in a construction site, we inspected the use of making 3D terrain model with precision easily appropriate quickly using "Photog-CAD" of the JACIC development on the disaster site with a general smartphone which a field engineer usually has. Furthermore, on a small and short use case under the unexpected situation such as at the time of disasters, we verified the effectiveness of 3D soil quantity calculation and the reliability of configuration accuracy capable of being applied to the required 3D model by a field engineer. In addition, we evaluated the unified model complex of photographing a surveying site, measurement data and plan data and examined the parallel use of the CIM model based on the collaborative tool of the GIS disaster database.
Keywords: Construction Information Modeling, infrastructure lifecycle management, collaborative design, photogrammetric surveying, collaborative tool
Katsunori Miyamoto. “CIM FOR SUSTAINABILITY APPRAISAL OF CONCEPTUAL ILCM OF THE DISASTER RESTORATION WORK.” In Proceedings of International Conference on Civil and Building Engineering Informatics (ICCBEI 2015), 83. Tokyo, Japan, 2015.