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Bruno Ruch

CS21238: Sleep Well with BIM to Field—How to Prevent Cost Overruns at Assembling MEP

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Discover and apply the “BIM-to-Field Sleep Well” model for BIM to Field
  • Understand how the application of the model enables you to prevent cost overruns
  • Understand the rules and tactics of the model for successful usage
  • Learn about when you should initiate this approach for BIM to Field at your own building projects to save money

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Description

Description

Do you and your customers still have large-project cost overruns from on-site rework and changes that run beyond contingencies? With the BIM-to-Field method, construction teams can prevent cost overruns on building projects—particularly overruns caused by incorrectly assembled MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing). During this presentation based on the “BIM-to-Field Sleep Well” model, you will see how to prevent or minimize rework during the construction phase. The presenters will demonstrate how BIM 360 Field technology enables the BIM-to-Field method, and how strict application of the method on the construction site has increased the efficiency of processes and reduction of waste. Discover how you can benefit from immense cost and timesavings, with real-world project-exemplar facts and figures. Learn how with BIM-to-Field the building owner, project manager, and BIM manager sleep better with the comprehensive BIM-to-Field construction-site control capabilities. You won’t sleep through this class. This session features BIM 360 Field and Navisworks Manage. AIA Approved

Target Audience

Target Audience

• Project Managers

• Construction Managers

• BIM Managers

• BIM Coordinators

of building projects with complex MEP installations.

Speakers

Speakers

Bruno Ruch

Bruno Ruch has been working for 23 years in the chemical industry in Switzerland as a Building Information Modeling (BIM) modeler/coordinator/manager and a 3D coordinator. Working on a variety of large and complex construction projects, he has supported project delivery from preconstruction to construction and through to operation. Currently he is working on behalf of Hoffmann-La Roche in Basel, Switzerland, on a complex $250 million laboratory building. He is engaged in the topic of quality management and the introduction of new BIM workflows in large projects.

Gilbert Mühlemann

Implementation Consultant at Autodesk's Consulting organization, realizing solutions based on BIM 360 tools at Autodesk's major accounts. More than 10 years experience in implementing solutions for data and records management focused on operate and maintainance of infrastructure. Now leveraging this knowledge and methods to build nowadays solutions for Construction, Hand-over and Facility Management systems. Strong technical skills in databases and various Autodesk products, combined with project management and process definition experience.

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Published

  • 2016
  • CS21238
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • BIM 360 Field
  • Navisworks Manage

Industries

  • Construction Services
  • Architecture Services

Topics

  • Building Construction
  • Mechanical, Electrical and Plumbing (MEP)