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Nathan Wood

CS18297: Unlock the "I" in BIM with Data Democratization

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Discover how “data democratization” is impacting your segment of the industry
  • Discover situations where data democratization threatens to disrupt your current business model
  • Learn how to identify opportunities where data democratization can increase collaboration and efficiency
  • Identify any risks related to more open-data sharing, including countermeasures

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

In order to reach the pinnacle of collaboration and return on investment with Building Information Modeling (BIM), project stakeholders need the ability to update critical project information without redundant processing between multiple sources of information. While much of the formal documentation process has moved from analog to digital, teams are still challenged to integrate the data handover and approval process. BIM 360 mobile and web platform enables project teams to reach new levels of real-time collaboration. Unfortunately, legacy contracts are preventing project teams from streamlining their digital process with the public API (application programming interface). This presentation will describe how data democratization is currently impacting other markets, and how forward-thinking building owners like WeWork are already capturing opportunities to disrupt the design and construction process. Discover how traditional contracts may be limiting the value of your BIM investment, and learn steps to unlock the full potential of BIM 360 collaboration. This session features BIM 360 Docs, BIM 360 Field, and BIM 360 Plan. AIA Approved

Target Audience

Target Audience

AEC executives

BIM/VDC Managers

Chief Information Officers

Construction Managers

Capital Project Owners

Technology Executives

Speakers

Speakers

Nathan Wood

Nathan Wood has been an industry thought leader for innovation since 2010 after sharing his award-winning implementation of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and virtual design and construction (VDC) while working on the landmark hospital project for Sutter Health in Castro Valley, California. Wood has continued to share the most effective practices and lessons learned he's gathered from over 100 project teams spanning the United States, Europe, and the Middle East. These experiences have taught Wood that when it comes to adopting technology in design and construction, it’s never one size fits all. For that reason, Wood founded SpectrumAEC with a clear goal—solving the human barriers to new process and technology integration. He partners with organizations and project teams to successfully adopt change through executive strategy and collaboration workshops. Outside of SpectrumAEC, Wood continues to support industry progression through conference presentations, academic papers, and industry organizations such as the Construction PDF Coalition and Virtual Builders, Inc.

Kris Lengieza

Kristopher M. Lengieza, director of virtual design and construction (VDC) at Stiles Corporation in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, has been instrumental with the integration of VDC, lean and LEED principles in several companies over the course of his career. Lengieza has earned a multitude of awards for his work, and he was nationally recognized by both ENR (Engineering News Record) and BD&C (Building Design and Construction) as one of the top 40 construction professionals under 40. He is constantly seeking to further the use of technology and foster innovation in the construction industry, most recently as part of the Construction PDF Coalition. As such, Lengieza has been a sought-after speaker for national conferences, including Autodesk University, BIMForum, Ecobuild, SPAR, and many other regional events. More importantly, Lengieza is always willing to volunteer and share his knowledge. He has taught for numerous organizations over the past 5 years, including Associated General Contractors and American Institute of Architects to name a few. Lengieza earned his civil engineering degree in 2004, from Lehigh University.

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Published

  • 2016
  • CS18297
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • BIM 360 Docs
  • BIM 360 Field
  • BIM 360 Plan

Industries

  • General Architecture. Engineering and Construction
  • Automotive & Other Transportation
  • Construction Services

Topics

  • Building Construction
  • Civil Feature Workflows