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Jeremy Storm

MSF7742: Details Beyond Detailing: Leveraging BIM tools to Overcome Complex Coordination Challenges

(Duration 51:03)

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Description

Description

The New England area is home to dozens of the most innovative, forward-thinking universities and groundbreaking, world-class hospitals. Continuous growth and investment at these renowned institutions has lead to impressive expansions and renovations that have kept the Greater Boston AEC community buzzing. The complexity of today’s healthcare and higher ed projects, mixed with the demand for condensed construction schedules, creates coordination challenges that only the most experienced and skilled contractors can overcome. Using case studies from projects, J.C. Cannistraro will offer lessons learned from recent hospital and university projects that featured a wide range of technology-based solutions including point-cloud integration with a fabrication-ready mechanical model.

Target Audience

Target Audience

MEP Engineers, Structural Engineers

Speakers

Speakers

Jeremy Storm

Kyle Borseti

Jeremy joined the Cannistraro team in 2007. In his career at the company he has grown from a co-op student to a Coordinator, Project Manager and now Coordination Manager in the HVAC department. Jeremy has become a go-to resource for many of the company’s technological implementations including its 3D modeling and total station investments. He has developed BIM and project experience on such construction projects as Lunder Building at Massachusetts General Hospital and Vertex Pharmaceuticals at Boston’s Fan Pier. Through his experience managing a BIM team for one of the nation’s top mechanical contractors, he will provide real world insight into the coordination process for complex mechanical installations.”

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Tags

Published

  • 2014
  • MSF7742
  • Fabricators Forum, Fab Forum

Software

  • Revit for structural engineers

Industry

  • Engineering Service Provider

Topics

  • Fabricators Forum, Structure