Integrated Project Delivery Model (IPD)

The Biggest challenge in implementing BIM today is collaboration — being able to get all the consultants, contractors, engineers and the architect on a common platform. In the A/E/C industry, there are very few construction managers who can accurately estimate a project. The very reason is that there is a lack of integration among the owners, architects, engineers, and construction management teams. IPD is the best solution to it. There is no “I” (individual) in the IPD process. For IPD to be successful everyone related to the building lifecycle has to be a part of it.

IPD System

Let’s consider how it benefits all the project stakeholders:

Benefits to the Owner:

  • Direct communication between owner and architect regarding issues of design & quality
  • Estimation of project cost at early design phase
  • Avoidance of Lowball Bidding
  • Flexibility in Procurement
  • Reduce the building and maintenance cost leading to greater margin
  • Faster project completion without loss of quality and cost

Benefits to the Architects:

  • Direct communication between architect and contractor
  • Availability of reliable data at every stage of design process
  • Coherent and precise design, models and documentation
  • Better informed decision
  • Demarcation of roles and responsibilities
  • Less labor during construction documentation phase

Benefits to the Contractors:

  • Direct communication between architects, facilitators, suppliers and sub-contractors
  • Efficient administration of construction due to direct communication among team members
  • Well synchronized construction planning
  • Improved relationships with suppliers and facilitators
  • Reduced chances of claims and casualties
  • Well-established supply-chain management

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