Experiences from multiple health care systems will be shared pertaining to standardized data management from construction to operations and maintenance using BIM. Our team will present case studies on how we used BIM during design, construction and commissioning to collect and manage data necessary for our hospitals to be Joint Commission EOC survey ready on day one and ensure a smooth transition from construction to maintenance. We will also discuss how to define, standardize, sustain and manage “owner-centric” maintenance data.
Identify the benefits of classifying the asset inventory to be compatible with the Environment of Care (EOC) standards of the Joint Commission and with the requirements of NFPA 99.
Define construction project data handover requirements to allow for the data to seamlessly flow into the organization’s CMMS system.
Implement a “slim” version of BIM to significantly simplify the handling of space management drawings, life safety drawings, and utility distribution drawings.
Assess the use of BIM for a new construction project as it relates to owner requirements for operations, maintenance, and regulatory compliance.
SASHE, CHFM, CHC, CHSP, CHEP,
Director, Central Division Facilities Operations,
Director of Facilities Engineering,
Yale University New Haven Hospital, New Haven, CT