Do you need to rely on as-built documents? Are you responsible for creating conceptual documents and planning studies? This panel discussion explores the use of Autodesk InfraWork software, Revit®-based software, AutoCAD® Civil 3D® software, and Navisworks® software in an integrated BIM process. We explore the process of integrated planning, design, construction, commissioning, and as-built delivery for Denver International Airport.
Mark I Hughes, AIA, LEED APAECOM - Transportation / Aviation - BIM Program ManagerBased in Denver, Colorado, Mark is the BIM Program Manager for AECOM. Mark acts as an extension of staff for both the Denver International Airport and the San Diego International Airport providing enterprise BIM Management services for both world class facilities. San Diego International Airport is presently engaged in completing their 1.2 Billion Dollar Green Build Program and Denver International Airport is embarking on their 600 million dollar South Terminal Redevelopment Program. Mark has been working in the Development Management industry for over 20 years. Mark holds a Masters of Architecture degree and Masters of Civil Engineering from the University of Illinois. Mark was the recipient of the Fellowship for practical design as well as the recipient of the Newman international award for Acoustic excellence.
Will is a BIM Manager with HNTB, currently working on the Parsons' Program Management Team for the Denver International Airport, South Terminal Redevelopment Program. With a degree in Architecture and Microsoft Systems Engineer certifications, he has always been drawn to the technology side of the industry. Will has been the Design Technology and IT Manager for several Architecture firms in the Denver Metro Area, and spent several years as an Applications Engineer and Instructor in the VAR channel. He has managed the technology standards for Architecture Practices, trained hundreds of industry professionals, and mentored numerous firms and individuals as they made the transition to BIM.
Based in Denver, Colorado, Dennis is a highly accomplished Architectural Design/Project Management and Process Development professional with more than 20 years of experience. He has been spearheading an enterprise-wide BIM implementation/integration for Denver International Airport using InfraWorks®, Revit®, Civil3D® and Navisworks®. Since joining the airport in 2009, he has worked to integrate design, construction, and commissioning together with facility management and GIS into all aspects of DIA operations. Mr. Rodriguez is currently leading the airport's Asset Management team in process and technology integrations to achieve their Total Cost of Ownership goals. Dennis holds a Master of Architecture degree and B.D. in Architecture from Arizona State University. He has presented on BIM to FM & GIS at the Airport's Council International, BIMForum, ESRI International User Conference and IFMA's World Workplace.