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Mark Mergenschroer

MP2193: Change in an Engineering Firm: It Really Happened

(Duration 01:04:59)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Apply the lessons learned in this class to show why engineering firms need to change their means and methods to accommodate BIM processes
  • Explain why the adoption of BIM is a good reason to change the way your firm operates and produces deliverables
  • Overcome fear of the BIM process by achieving increased productivity and return on investment (ROI)
  • Use the step-by-step process described in this class to improve your BIM process

Description

Description

This class shows how TME, Inc. has progressed to be a leader in Building Information Modeling (BIM) deliverables. TME adopted BIM in 2007 and took on a rapid change from the traditional 2D design into a 3D design environment. Understanding that BIM was much more than a 3D deliverable, they reached out for help from their Autodesk® Partner, ATG USA. Together, through strategy and communication, we developed a new implementation plan that created tremendous excitement and success. We show you how and what this process of change entailed to help you become more successful in your own firm.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Principals, project administrators, project managers, engineers, drafters, and marketing personnel

Speakers

Speakers

Mark Mergenschroer

Mark works for TME, Inc. which is a full service mechanical, electrical, structural, and energy engineering _rm headquartered in Little Rock, Arkansas.Mark has 17 years of construction and engineering design experience. He has placed a key role in the implementation of Revit MEP at TME. He is an Revit Certified Professional, Revit Certified Associate, Revit MEP Gunslinger and a NICET Certified Fire Protection Designer. Mark has been involved with the development of the DECIMAL Collaboration Space at Arizona State University. Mark is also a guest lecturer at Arizona State University on the subject of Building Commissioning. Recently, Mark has been asked to start a BIM Facility services group at TME. This new group will focus on new and improved ways for a Facility Manager to maintain the operations of a building for its lifecycle.

John Kerr

John Kerr is the Vice President of Business Development. He has worked with Applied Technology Group, an Autodesk partner, for over 6 years. He works with firms to help develop business strategies and implementation plans for the adoption of new technologies built around Building Information Modeling.

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Published

  • 2013
  • MP2193
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Building Design Suite

Industry

  • Engineering Services Providers

Topics

  • MEP Engineering and Design