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Brendan Dillon

CI9627: Airports and BIM: A State of the Industry Discussion

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn which airports are adopting BIM and how they are implementing it
  • Discover how BIM adoption has benefitted those airports and what other airports have learned from them
  • Learn what role the FAA and other agencies have taken in getting involved with BIM
  • Discover where BIM is going next in the aviation industry

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

A small group of not-so-small airports have seized positions of leadership in the aviation industry as adopters of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and integration with geographic information system (GIS) and asset management. As part of that position of leadership, they’ve also taken on the roles of mentors and teachers for other airports, sharing their victories, their failings, and their lessons learned. We will discuss what these airports are doing to lead the way and what other airports are doing as they surge to catch up.

Target Audience

Target Audience

Owners, Designers, Contractors, Aviation Industry Professionals

Speakers

Speakers

Brendan Dillon

Brendan Dillon is the Building Information Modeling (BIM) coordinator for Denver International Airport (DEN) and had been working on DEN projects in the private sector for 4 years prior to joining the airport staff. Brendan guides DEN in an industry-leading implementation of BIM and integration of BIM technologies with geographic information system (GIS) and asset management systems. Prior to joining DEN staff, Brendan had managed over $1 billion in BIM projects in the design industry, including 4 years working on DEN projects, along with an alphabet soup’s worth of other governmental agencies. Brendan has a master’s of architecture degree from the University of Cincinnati and a BFA in architecture from Massachusetts College of Art and Design. In his spare time Brendan brews a variety of award-winning meads and is a firm believer that Han shot first.

Mark Hughes

Mark is a Sr. BIM Program Manager with AECOM. He has been implementing Aviation BIM programs on large International Airport programs worldwide. Mark's work experience has carried him to and through the following airports: San Diego International Airport, Seattle - Tacoma International Airport, San Francisco International Airport, Melbourne International Airport - Australia, Los Angeles World Airports, Denver International Airport, and Hong Kong International Airport. The experiences at each of these has led to the understanding that "if you have been to one airport, you have been to one airport".

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Published

  • 2015
  • CI9627
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Revit for Architects
  • BIM 360 Field

Industries

  • Civil Infrastructure
  • Buildings

Topics

  • Airport Design
  • BIM (Building Information Modeling)