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Each year, England's NHS spends a significant amount of money to maintain its estates. In 2015/16, maintenance costs were £8.3 billion, with £2 million specifically spent on Hard Facilities management costs of estates. In addition, the NHS has a continuing burden of backlog maintenance (circa £5 billion as of 2015/16).
Due to financial pressure and this large level of backlog maintenance, most NHS hospitals are less capable to run a planned maintenance strategy for their estates. Furthermore, there is a lack of quantifiable evidence to demonstrate the relationship between asset management, investment and overall organisational performance improvements. Therefore, many organisations consider asset management as a cost burden.
The presentation will touch on how Building Information Modelling (BIM) can benefit the NHS by demonstrating the links between built asset maintenance spend and added value to the organisational performance, which can then help NHS estates make better-informed investment decisions on their built assets.
The aim of the event is to present how the construction paradigm of Building Information Modelling (BIM) could support decisions in businesses. Data, Information, Knowledge, Wisdom (DIKW) will be presented by demonstrating what data could be used from a digital model to inform new business model. A case study will be showing the value of BIM to support facilities management of a hospital in Hertfordshire to support decisions.
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Assistant Professor Dr Kapogiannis is working in the area of Digital Construction Engineering – Management. He investigates how to improve collaboration in construction management and businesses by using the state of the art of Digital Technologies. Currently he is a member of DCity Lab at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China and also a member of Structural Engineering and IT in the UK Campus. He completed his PhD in Construction and Project Management from the University of Salford – School of the Built Environment (THINKlab).
Over the last years, he has had various academic positions notably School of Engineering, University of Cambridge; University College of London (UCL); Manchester Business School (Executive MBA), University of Manchester; Warwick Manufacturing Group, The University of Warwick; York Management School, The University of York. Dr Kapogiannis started his career as a Financial Project Manager for the Hellenic Ministry of Education in 2004. He served as the Chairman for the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) for Coventry and Warwickshire 2013-2015, he was also a co–founder and member of the UK BIM Alliance – BIM Region East in 2016.