Navisworks project review software has a set of powerful coordination tools. What it lacks is a strong set of collaboration tools, which are essential in the multidisciplinary coordination process. Enter the Cloud Solutions. Combining what is good about both worlds creates effortless coordination that includes no more file shuffling and provides powerful version control and access control. This class will cover key workflows that assist in the use of the Cloud Solutions and automation of the Clash Detective process, as well as enable an increase in communication and collaboration.
construction managers and MEP subcontractors,
Michal Wojtak has more than 18 years of experience in the architectural and construction industries. Originally from Poland, Michal earned his master's degree in architecture from the Silesian Institute of Technology, and he began working as an architect in 1997. In 2003 Michal moved to Chicago where he worked for a high-end residential architect primarily focused on implementing Building Information Modeling (BIM) Solutions. In 2005 Michal joined the Chicago office of Mortenson Construction in the role of integrated construction coordinator. In his current role as integrated construction manager in the Mortenson Construction Sports Group, Michal is one of the leaders in the development of new processes for fostering collaboration in virtual design and construction (VDC), and he has led the VDC/BIM efforts on several high-profile projects for Mortenson, including the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri; Silver Cross Hospital in New Lenox, Illinois; Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska; and the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome in Minneapolis, Minnesota, among others.
Hear valuable lessons related to Building Information Modeling-to-Facilities Management (BIM-to-FM) integration from an owner several years into the BIM journey. Why was this journey started? Which data should we capture about the facility? How is the data being used for operations or other purposes? How do you integrate deliverables—or the FM system itself—with record models and/or the data in them? This discussion will include details on how the Revit software COBie Toolkit was useful and how 1 owner is moving beyond basic integration with the company's computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) to implement forward/backward compatibility with models of 150 new and existing buildings across its campus.