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Michael Parkes

CS10982: Strategic BIM: Harnessing the Efficiencies of BIM Via an Enterprise Systems Approach

(Duration 01:34:07)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to deliver consistency across the organization through the development of structured workflows and integrated systems
  • Discover how integrated systems can provide greater transparency, improved business analytics, and measureable ROI
  • Learn how to develop improved relationships and a 1-Team Culture through collaborative technologies and system informatics
  • Learn how to successfully integrate business intelligence, lessons learned, and new technologies as part of continuous improvement

Description

Description

Enterprise or strategic Building Information Modeling (BIM)—do we really know what this means? In a market of diminished margins where competitive advantage and lean construction practices are critical, how can a business truly move beyond project BIM delivery and capitalize on the greater benefits it has to offer across the enterprise? This session will provide thought leadership and strategic insight, with practical examples, of how Australia’s largest privately owned general contractor, has taken a unique systematic approach to driving enterprise BIM adoption. Hansen Yuncken has developed a customized system and framework to integrate BIM technologies with enterprise systems and processes. Share the approaches taken to overcome challenges with system integration and people/process barriers to effective change management. Experience the benefits of project consistency, transparency, and efficiency gained through structured workflows and business analytics, and the real return that an enterprise strategy can provide.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Senior Executives, BIM Managers and Construction Professionals who are looking at developing an Enterprise Strategy for BIM

Speakers

Speakers

Michael Parkes

Michael Parkes has had over 30 years’ experience in the construction industry in all aspects, from tradesman to project director, delivering large projects and programs within government and private sectors. Michael currently holds a role within Hansen Yuncken as systems innovation manager, leading an internal Research and Development Team with a mandate to increase efficiency through refined processes and innovation across the enterprise. In order to achieve this, he and his team have developed a world-class and award-winning collaboration and information management system, which is now the Hansen Yuncken Way (better known as HYWay). HYway has provided the backbone to connect the businesses disparate systems and Building Information Modeling (BIM) technologies, improving consistency, transparency, and enterprise intelligence across the organization. This has been influential in developing a culture where people embrace innovation, and it has changed the way Hansen Yuncken does business.

Joe Barr

Joe has over 30 years’ experience in Project Management, Construction and Property Development and held Senior Management roles throughout Asia, including Japan, China, Hong Kong, India, Dubai, and South East Asia. Joe has been the Chief Executive Officer of Hansen Yuncken for the past 5 years, and has been instrumental in driving corporate leadership and strategy to inspire, motivate and engage all facets of the workplace. Joe has the unique ability to work with various teams and individuals at all levels in the construction industry which ensures Joe can only succeed in his goal to ensure that Hansen Yuncken is the construction company of choice for its clientsJoe is a visionary for systems and innovation, its role within the business, and how it can provide greater returns for clients and the industry as a whole. His foresight was instrumental in the initial and ongoing development, of an Enterprise Strategy to manage information and efficiency, and a vehicle to drive it.

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Published

  • 2015
  • CS10982
  • AU Las Vegas

Industries

  • Construction Services
  • Engineering Service Providers

Topics

  • BIM (Building Information Modeling)
  • Building Construction