The Airport Department
Kansas City, MO
The Airport Department is investing $1.5 billion for a New Single Terminal and Parking Garage. The new Single Terminal will total an estimated 1,094,000 SF, with two (2) levels of the terminal split between arrival and departure operations. The modern, single-terminal will debut in early 2023, and feature 39 gates, updated amenities, and dining options, and the addition of a 6,300-spot six-level parking garage with a covered commercial curb that connects to both levels of the new terminal via roadway crosswalks on each level. The new terminal is proposed to replace terminals A, B, and C, and will be constructed on the previously demolished terminal A site.
A key deliverable of the terminal construction project is a set of as-built Building Information Models (BIM) for Facilities Management that will easily integrate into the airports Maximo Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) system. Electronic Data, Inc. (EDI) provided project execution planning services, data standards development, and a proof of concept BIM for FM model to the Clark, Weitz, and Clarkson (CWC) Joint Venture (JV) team under their parent company, Arora Engineers, Inc. (Arora) parent contract. CWC is acting as the Design-Builder on behalf of the Airport. The deliverables of this project will ensure that CWC and its network of sub-contractors can deliver BIM models and asset data that seamlessly loads into and integrates with the Airport’s Maximo system.
Field Data Collection Plan: The EDI team finalized the field data collection process and software by first reviewing applicable BIM project delivery standards from previous tasks and subsequently developing a detailed Field Data Collection Plan, which included the following:
O&M Submittal Data Delivery Process: EDI reviewed the project delivery standards and asset data standards documentation from previous deliverables and developed a detailed O&M Submittal Data Delivery Plan, which included:
Proof of Concept BIM for FM Deliverable and Process Assessment Report: Using the processes and tools defined above, EDI created an example full-scale model for Facilities Management (FM) as a mockup, which included “as-built” BIM-FM model with representative systems and assets. The team then generated COBie exports with O&M attachments from the mockup, and prepared exports for loading into the Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Maximo. This deliverable was finalized with the production of a final Process Assessment Report detailing all processes as well as the results of the outputs.