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Doug Eberhard

ANZ15-IN01: Industry Keynote: BIM for Infrastructure - State of the Art

(Duration 24:37)

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Description

Description

The presentation looks at key drivers for use of BIM technology in construction, including a series of case studies on Infrastructure projects to demonstrate key uses of BIM as a contractor. An emphasis will be placed on how to establish a use case and to plan the management of information to ensure successful results through adoption of BIM as a project tool. This includes outlines and tips for authors of models to produce a functional product that can be used to enhance productivity in construction. Further demonstration of the end uses of the information on large and complex infrastructure projects to relate the authoring and design process through to construction processes. There is an ever increasing demand on delivery of complex infrastructure in the region and the presentation focuses on delivering BIM throughout the project life cycle to create the softest landing for the next consumer of the information. This includes the establishing a common project structure/language and the importance of culture in the adoption of BIM a technology in construction. Recent key updates in the technology will be highlighted with a focus on the Revit, Civil 3D and Navisworks platforms. This will include a review of where the infrastructure industry is heading with BIM and how to set up for future success.

Speakers

Speakers

Doug Eberhard

For over 26 years, Doug Eberhard has created and implemented innovative collaboration and computer model-based solutions on over $140 Billion of Capital Planning, Design, Engineering, and Construction projects around the world. In his 8th year at Autodesk, Doug leads a team of industry experts focused on technology innovation, change and adoption across global Infrastructure projects and owner organizations. Doug's more notable projects include implementation of BIM for $21B NYC World Trade Center Rebuilding Program and $780M NYCT Fulton Street Transit Center, and both Public and Private Information Websites for the NYC Lower Manhattan rebuilding plan. Doug is a founding member of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences Transportation Research Board - Geometric Visualization Committee.

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Published

  • 2015
  • ANZ15-IN01
  • AU Australia

Software

  • Revit
  • AutoCAD Civil 3D
  • Navisworks

Industry

  • Civil Infrastructure