ADK RECEIVED THE BIM AWARD
BIM Cluster Stuttgart awarded ADK Modulraum innovative solutions in the application of the BIM methodology with the BIM AWARD 2016.
The evening event took place on 24 November 2016 in Stuttgart.
Under the chairmanship of Mr. Dipl.-Ing. Alexander Kuhn (Head of Coordination Circle BIM CLUSTER Stuttgart), the jury was composed as follows:
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Prof. e.n. Wilhelm Bauer
(Managing Director, Fraunhofer IAO, Stuttgart)
Dipl.-Ing. Peter Steinhagen
(Member of the Executive Board of VDI-Bau und Gebäudetechnik, Chairman of the Department of Construction Technology, Düsseldorf)
Dipl.-Ing. Marc Heinz
(Managing Partner of vrame Consult GmbH, Berlin)
Dipl.-Ing. Jan Tulke
(Managing Director Plan-build 4.0, Society for the Digitization of Planning, Building and Operation, Berlin)
Dipl.Ing. Markus Müller
(Freelance architect and town planner, President of the Baden-Württemberg Chamber of Architects, Stuttgart)
The clinic is located in a Stuttgart city center location with virtually no facilities for construction site facilities. In addition, the expansion had to take place in an all-encompassing inner courtyard situation of the property, where there were also no storage facilities.
In order to be able to lift the modules up to 23t above the existing buildings, static tests had to be carried out beforehand and the impact and damage that could result in a module collapse.
The challenge from a static point of view was that the loads that could be absorbed by the stock were very limited. Added to this was the fact that these loads could only be introduced into precisely defined points. There was no agreement between these load points in the structure and the structure of the expansion (ground plan, load-bearing structure), which necessitates a comparatively complex load distribution level at the lowest level.
In order to deal with this task, a digital data model of the module design and of the existing buildings was exchanged between ADK and the "Boll & Partner" statistical office and combined into an overall model.
Thus, for the first time, information from the 3D data model of the company ADK external planners could be made available, or external 3D models could be entered, evaluated and further processed.
As mentioned above, a risk analysis had to be made for the lifting of the modules into the courtyard situation. The aim of this was to evaluate the possible damage during a module crash during the curtailment and, on the other hand, to investigate suitable protective measures for the existing building.
For this purpose, Boll & Partner was able to solve the 3D data of the individual space cells from the data model, which were then used as the basis for the simulation of the module collapse over the inventory.
The planned load transfer between ADK and Boll & Partner was also very quickly and efficiently checked, coordinated and, if necessary, corrected, by means of this 3D model during the planning of the building statics of the overall measure (module, load distribution level, inventory). Through this overall model, it was thus easy to see the consequences of the static system. In partial areas of the load transfer (module, load distribution level, stock) new solutions are tried out.
It was only through this that it was possible to realize the necessary coordination in a very short time and thus to be able to meet the tight deadline.
Also were given this award to
- Bürogebäude Bertrandt München (FICHTNER Bauconsulting GmbH)
- Golen Gol Hydro Power Station (FICHTNER Bauconsulting GmbH)
- Intelligentes Bauteilmanagement-System für alle Plaungsbeteiligten (BIMwelt systems GmbH und GEZE GmbH)
- Rathaus in Oberkochen (arch22 Bogenrieder Crumbach Kugel und str.ucture GmbH)
- S-Bahn S2 Verlängerung Filderstadt (Stuttgarter Straßenbahnen AG)