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United States National CAD Standard – V6An introduction to the NCS V6

Agenda Welcome & House Keeping Notes Introduction – Ed Lowe Introduction – Michael Fate Why should you use the NCS?Introduction – Johnny Fortune What’s in the NCS?BIM within the NCS?Q & A PanelEd Lowe, Michael Fate, Johnny Fortune, Stephen Spangler, Jennifer DiBona, Jason Sturniolo Let us answer your questionsFinal Comments 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

Today’s Panel Expert: Ed LoweEd Lowe is a CAD Coordinator with Burgess & Niple, Inc., a multidisciplineengineering and architectural firm in Painesville, Ohio. Ed has over 30 yearsexperience in the production of construction drawings including extensive useand support of AutoCAD for the past 25 years. As CAD Coordinator, Edoversees CAD production for a wide variety of projects. His responsibilitiesalso include class instruction, standards development, enterprise-wideinstallation and CAD/BIM related IT support. He is a contributing writer tosome of our leading industry publications.Ed serves as the Chair of the United States National CAD Standard (NCS)Project Committee and Steering Committee and is a member of the NationalBIM Standard-United States (NBIMS-US ) Project ssniple.com/ 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? Everything you will need to assemble a concise set of documents/drawings for the built environment. It is a guide to what is required by todays Computer Aided Designsoftware tools to create the necessary documentation for construction. It includes: Layering standards, symbols, line styles, documentformatting, abbreviations, and everything needed to present your designin an easy to understand standard for construction. 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard 4

What is in the NCS? Layering Standard. Discipline designators 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? Layering Standard. Major Groups 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? Layering Standard. Minor Groups 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? Layering Standard. Status Fields 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? Layering Standard. Combinations 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? Uniform Drawing System Module 1 – Drawing Set Organization 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? Uniform Drawing System Module 2 – Sheet Organization 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? Uniform Drawing System Module 3 - Schedules 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? Uniform Drawing System Module 4 – Drafting Conventions 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? Uniform Drawing System Module 4 – Drafting Conventions 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? Uniform Drawing System Module 5 – Terms and Abbreviations The Terms and Abbreviations Module provides the following: A consistent standard of communication in construction documents. A searchable list of common terms and abbreviations used in the construction industry. Consistent spelling of terms and abbreviations. Notes on common use and non-preferred terminology. 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? Uniform Drawing System Module 6 – Symbols 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? Uniform Drawing System Module 7 – Notations 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? Uniform Drawing System Module 8 – Code Conventions 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? BIM Implementation Guide Plotting Guidelines Appendixes: 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

What is in the NCS? Appendixes: 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

Today’s Panel Expert: Michael FateMichael is the BIM Department Director at tk1sc, an MEP consulting firmin Southern California. He has worked in various capacities in small localfirms as well as large international firms. He is an advocate of standardsand strongly believes that standardization is the key to consistency andefficiency in any organization.He has worked with the United States National CAD Standard (NCS)since its inception. Michael serves as the Vice-chair of the NCS ProjectCommittee and Steering Committee and was the NCS SteeringCommittee Liaison to the V6 NCS Symbols Task [email protected]://www.tk1sc.com/ 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

Why should you use the NCS?Individual Viewpoint 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

Why should you use the NCS?Management Viewpoint 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

Today’s Panel Expert: Johnny FortuneJohnny Fortune is actively involved in standards development within severalnational committees for the United Stated National CAD Standard , the NationalBIM Standard-United States , the National BIM Guidelines for Owners, and theUSACE/Industry BIM/CIM Consortium. Fortune serves as the Chair of thebuildingSMART alliance and is BIM Director at Bullock Tice Associates inPensacola, Florida where he has led the complete transition from CAD to BIMproduction, directs the company's overall BIM strategies, standards, technologyoperations, and oversees BIM integration with external stakeholders. He’spresented CAD/BIM workflow integration at several venues including; AutodeskUniversity, NIBS Annual Conference, GeoBuiz, CSI chapter meetings, Society ofAmerican Military Engineer and other [email protected]/in/fortunejohnny 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

BIM within the NCS?The three most common questions WHY does the NCS contain information about BIM?HOW does NCS content apply to BIM implementation?WHAT content is in the NCS BIM implementation section? 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard 27

NCS BIM: Why? Project contracts and deliverables remain Sheet-Centric and require graphicaloutput to be NCS compliant Permitting/Review Process Owner/Client requirements Established CAD/PDF/Paper delivery processRecognized a void amongst the NCS and NBIMS-USTM for practical BIM workflow NBIMS-USTM doesn’t address graphical standards NCS wasn’t written for BIM so clarifications were neededNCS contains a lot of content that is used in a BIM environment 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard 28

NCS BIM: How?Graphical Output Applicable ContentSource: http://www.nationalcadstandard.org 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard 29

NCS BIM: What?Main SectionsContents Introduction0.0 Introduction AIA CAD Layer Guidelines1.0 References Uniform Drawing System2.0 Clarifications BIM Implementation3.0 Basic BIM Guidelines Plotting Guidelines AppendixesSource: http://www.nationalcadstandard.org 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard 30

NCS BIM: Sample ContentSection Introduction References Clarifications Basic BIM Guidelines SummarySampleThe BIM Implementation sectionidentifies relevant topics within theNCS that can be incorporated withinBIM workflow by adding clarificationas needed without displacing anestablished CAD workflow.Source: http://www.nationalcadstandard.org 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard 31

NCS BIM: Sample ContentSectionSample IntroductionNBIMS-US V2 References Clarifications Basic BIM GuidelinesSince all drawing output should atthis point be [United States] NationalCAD Standard compliant, we aremaking this a requirement for aminimum BIM. SummarySource: http://www.nationalcadstandard.org 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard 32

NCS BIM: Sample ContentSection Introduction References Clarifications Basic BIM Guidelines SummarySample2.3 Sheet OrganizationThe sheet organization module can beimplemented as-is for BIM use. No exceptionsor clarifications are necessary.2.7 Symbols drafting or annotation symbols are allapplicable. Model elements [FFE] need not besymbolized if they could vary from actualcomponent type usedSource: http://www.nationalcadstandard.org 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard 33

NCS BIM: Sample ContentSectionSample3.1 Authoring Content Introduction References ClarificationsDimensions should not be overridden. Once aproject progresses past schematic/conceptualphase, use real-world dimensions forcomponents, not nominal dimensions. Basic BIM Guidelines3.2 Model Coordination and Delivery SummaryModel(s) should be purged, cleaned, andaudited prior to distribution to other teammembers or project stakeholdersSource: http://www.nationalcadstandard.org 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard 34

NCS BIM: Sample ContentSection Introduction References Clarifications Basic BIM Guidelines SummarySampleUtilizing the NCS for BIM productionwill maintain a paramount purposeof the standard — consistent andstreamlined communication amongowners and design/constructionteams.Source: http://www.nationalcadstandard.org 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard 35

Today’s Panel Expert : Stephen SpanglerStephen Spangler graduated from Virginia Tech with a MechanicalEngineering degree. He worked for NAVFACENGCOM for 2 years, then in1992 went to work at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ CAD/BIMTechnology Center in Vicksburg, MS. He has been involved with theUnited States National CAD Standard since Version 1.0, serving on boththe NCS Steering Committee and various other committees. Stephen isalso the author of the USACE A/E/C CAD Standard and A/E/C GraphicsStandard documents, both of which are based on the NCS, but addadditional Department of Defense requirements. He is a big StarTrek/Star Wars fan and enjoys collecting autographs and attendingscience fiction conventions. His goal in life is to prove to his daughtersthat he does not spend his whole day at work “playing videogames andsurfing the /cadbim.usace.army.mil/ 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

Today’s Panel Expert : Jennifer DiBonaJennifer DiBona is a long-time CAD consultant and trainer doing businessas That CAD Girl. She is based in Raleigh, North Carolina. That CAD Girlprovides sales, support and training for Carlson Software, AutoCAD andIntelliCAD software programs as well as Carlson hardware and datacollection. We specialize in Field to Finish, Surface Modeling and allaspects of CAD standardization.Jennifer joined the United States National CAD Standard (NCS) ProjectCommittees in 2010. She served as the Chair of the V6 NCSSurvey/Civil Ad Hoc Task Team and is a member of the ProjectCommittee and Steering adgirl.com 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

Today’s Panel Expert : Jason SturnioloJason Sturniolo is an Associate with RRMM Architects and the firm’sBIM/CAD Manager. Jason has been with the firm since 2006, duringwhich time he has been responsible for the development andmaintenance of RRMM’s BIM/CAD standards. He is also an AutodeskCertified Instructor for Revit and is a Revit Certified Professional who hasbeen responsible for both implementing Revit and training RRMM staff.Jason also serves as a member of the United States National CADStandard (NCS) project Committee and Steering Committee and is amember of the National BIM Standard-United States (NBIMS-US )Project Committee. In his spare time he restores classic muscle [email protected]://www.RRMM.com 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

Get Involved! Join the NCS Project Committee Membership – Open to Everyone Requirement – Ownership of NCS V6 Online Application at:https://www.nationalcadstandard.org/ncs6/join committee.php 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

Interested in purchasing the NCS? 10% discount for attendees Use the discount code: NCSWEB1 Discount valid through July 1, 2016 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard 2016 National Institute of Building Sciences United States National CAD Standard

For More Information Visit – www.nationalcadstandard.orgThank You! 2016 National Institute of Building SciencesUnited States National CAD Standard

and support of AutoCAD for the past 25 years. As CAD Coordinator, Ed oversees CAD production for a wide variety of projects. His responsibilities also include class instruction, standards development, enterprise-wide installation and CAD/BIM related IT support. He is a contribu