Paul M. Teicholz

Paul M. Teicholz
Stanford University | SU · Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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Introduction
Paul M. Teicholz is retired from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering , Stanford University. Paul does research and consulting in BIM and associated technologies. His current project is 'BIM Handbook, 3rd edition'.

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Publications (52)
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This chapter presents six case studies of projects in which building information modeling (BIM) faculty management (FM) integration played a significant role. The case studies include MathWorks, Texas A&M Health Science Center, USC School of Cinematic Arts, Implementation of BIM and FM at Xavier University, State of Wisconsin Bureau of Facilities M...
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For owners and facility management (FM) staff who wish to implement the use of building information modeling (BIM) for the life‐cycle requirements of buildings, there is a need to understand the goals of linking BIM to FM. This chapter introduces owner BIM for FM guidelines that cover these issues (and more) to introduce the reader to how they can...
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Building Information Modeling (BIM) offers a novel approach to design, construction, and facility management in which a digital representation of the building product and process is used to facilitate the exchange and interoperability of information in digital format. BIM is beginning to change the way buildings look, the way they function, and the...
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Established through the public-private partnership (PPP) model, Prince Mohammad Bin Abdulaziz International Airport in Medina is the first airport privatization in Saudi Arabia. It is the main entry point for visitors to the Kaaba and those arriving on pilgrimage to the two Holy Cities of the Islamic World. Developing the BIM models and integration...
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Innovative uses of BIM in the project included thorough exploration of design alternatives with immersive virtual reality, automated design-code checking of certain aspects using the Singapore Building Construction Authority's (BCA) e-plancheck system, 3D printing of landscape features for design and construction visualization, and sun path analysi...
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The BIM models typically prepared for design and construction use are often inadequate for FM use. They lack the equipment data and systems connectivity information needed to understand how failures in a device or system will impact other parts of the building and its users. This study looks at the work and information flow of the Janelia Research...
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Nine years ago, I wrote an article for AECbytes (Viewpoint #4, April 14, 2004) on the topic of labor productivity. I also wrote earlier articles on this topic in the 12/13/1999 issue of ENR magazine and in an academic journal in 2001 (“Discussion on U.S. Construction Labor Productivity Trends, 1970-1998” in J. Constr. Engineering and Management, AS...
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Executive SummaryIntroductionTypes of Construction FirmsInformation Contractors Want from BIMProcesses to Develop a Contractor Building Information ModelReduction of Design Errors Using Clash DetectionQuantity Takeoff and Cost EstimatingConstruction Analysis and PlanningIntegration with Cost and Schedule Control and Other Management FunctionsUse fo...
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Introduction to BIM Case StudiesFlint Global V6 Engine Plant ExpansionUnited States Coast Guard BIM ImplementationCamino Medical Group Mountain View Medical Office Building ComplexBeijing National Aquatics CenterSan Francisco Federal Building100 11th Avenue, New York CityOne Island East ProjectPenn National Parking StructureHillwood Commercial Proj...
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Executive SummaryIntroductionTypes of Subcontractors and FabricatorsThe Benefits of a BIM Process for Subcontractor FabricatorsBIM-Enabled Process ChangeGeneric BIM System Requirements for FabricatorsMajor Classes of Fabricators and Their Specific NeedsAdopting BIM in a Fabrication OperationConclusions
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Executive summaryIntroductionScope of Design ServicesBIM Use in Design ProcessesBuilding Element Models and LibrariesConsiderations in Adoption for Design PracticeNew and Changed Staffing within Design FirmsNew Contractual Opportunities in Design
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Executive SummaryIntroductionDifferent Kinds of Exchange FormatsBackground of Product Data ModelsXML SchemasPortable, Web-Based Formats: DWF and PDFFile Exchange Versus Building Model RepositoriesSummary
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Executive SummaryHistory of Building Modeling TechnologyVaried Capabilities of Parametric ModelersOverview of the Major BIM Model Generating SystemsConclusion
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This paper defines the data and inference requirements for the integration of analysis applications with a product model described by a CAD/CAE application. Application input conditions often require sets of complex data that may be considered views of a product model database. We introduce a method that is compatible with the STEP and PLIB product...
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Software can produce a product model of a building as a consequence of the designers' actions in drawing and evaluating the design. The actions of the designer include interpreting, predicting and assessing the emerging design and describe the building in terms of forms, functions and behaviors. A software prototype has been implemented that incorp...
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Submitted to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Copyright by the author. Thesis (Ph. D.)--Stanford University, 1998.
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The paper considers how IRTMM intelligent real-time maintenance management system helps process-plant engineers and owners perform value-based plant maintenance. With IRTMM, they can inspect subsystems, identify component operating parameters, and review and make notes regarding component performance or operational and maintenance history
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This paper demonstrates methods for measuring integration (information flow) in the facility development process, and for measuring the quality of completed facilities. Facility quality measurements serve as benchmarks of the performance of the facility development process. Integration parameters are the basis for adjusting the facility development...
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This paper demonstrates methods for measuring integration (information flow) in the facility development process and for measuring the quality of completed facilities. Facility quality measurements serve as benchmarks of the performance of the facility development process. Integration parameters are the basis for adjusting the facility development...
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This paper provides an overview of information exchange for design and construction. It summarizes the business problems and challenges that affect electronic information exchange and it discusses the modes of information exchange that support project coordination and communication. The two primary extant modes of electronic exchange are file excha...
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This paper reports the progress of research that explores product modeling issues for components that are incorporated in process plant facilities. We develop an information model and component selection test case for one component type. The test case is based upon the results of research that identifies the component information requirements that...
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This paper presents an approach to the development of concurrent engineering software applications based on a knowledge sharing technology. In this approach, individual programmers write their programs in the form of separate modules called Software Agents, which interoperate with their peers using an expressive communication standard called Agent...
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Empirical measurement techniques to evaluate industrial facility performance are necessary for comparing facilities and tracking quality improvements. In this paper, a definition for industrial facility quality based on owner satisfaction with 32 plant characteristics is proposed. A quality measurement technique is presented. Owner attitudes toward...
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The architecture-engineering-construction (AEC) industry is highly fragmented, both vertically (between project phases, e.g., planning, design, and construction) and horizontally (between specialists for the various disciplines at a given project phase, e.g., design). We need software that detects, analyzes, and manages changes efficiently during c...
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This article demonstrates a method for measuring facility quality and for using these measured data to adjust the facility development process so that it produces increasingly higher-quality facilities. The plant manager's satisfaction with the operational facility was measured as well as characteristics of the facility development process. These i...
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This paper presents a strategy or overall approach to the integration of the design and construction of facilities. This strategy relies on the use of computers to support the members of the design and construction team in the development and communication of project information throughout the project’s life cycle. We propose the use of a shared ob...
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The computer-based representation of semantic meaning for multi-disciplinary design remains a difficult problem. Commercial computer-aided design (CAD) systems which emulate the drafting metaphor are inadequate for representing complex semantics and accommodating dynamic changes during the design stage. Research computer systems which impose a form...
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This paper describes a computational approach to calculating the final cost and budget of a construction project, which is based on the data normally developed by a cost system during the life of the project. While most cost systems are able to collect total budget and to-date cost, budget, and quantity data, there is often less capability to use t...
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The generation of architectural layouts through knowledge-based techniques forms a notable focus in design research efforts. A significant aspect of this research centres on the development of user interfaces which permit designers to take a participatory role in the development of layout solutions. This paper focuses on issues associated with the...
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An agent-based framework for the development of integrated facility engineering environments in support of collaborative design is introduced. This framework aims at integrating design software by allowing better software interoperability. Within their framework, design agents represent various existing design and planning systems that communicate...
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Collaborative conceptual design involves intensive cross-disciplinary communication of design concepts and decisions. Difficulty in producing and expressing such information leads to extensive delays, miscommunication and confusion, which often have an impact upon the quality of the final design and the time required to achieve design concensus. Co...
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We discuss the special demands for representation and reasoning posed by cross- disciplinary communication in collaborative conceptual building design. These needs are not well addressed by existing software technology. By building upon design theory literature and observations of a case study of an actual building design project, we are identifyin...
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A framework for collaborative distributed multidisciplinary design called, the Federation of Collaborative Design Agents (FCDA) is presented. This framework is an extension of integration technology called Agent-Based Software Engineering. The focal entity of this framework is a Muhiagent Design Team (MDT) that comprises a collection of Design Agen...
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Thesis--Stanford University. Bibliography: p. 231-234. Photocopy.
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Submitted to the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Copyright by the author. Thesis (Ph. D.)--Stanford University, 1999.

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A complete revision of the BIM Handbook to reflect new technology and practices. working with 3 other authors: Rafael Sachs, Chuck Eastman, Ghang Lee