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Laurie Spitler

CS21778: Plan to Perform: BIM 360 Field Execution Guide to Improving Project Quality

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to use the BIM 360 Field Execution Plan to focus and define team goals
  • Understand the value of process mapping in setting workflows
  • Understand how to create a training program specific to team goals
  • Understand how to use reporting tools to measure success against goals

Materials

Materials

Description

Description

Is your team getting the most out of BIM 360 Field software? Have you identified which workflows your team could be using to improve quality on the job site? Are your field engineers using iPads effectively? Are you getting value out of the data entered into BIM 360 Field software? The Field Execution Plan—a tool designed by Autodesk, Inc.’s, Customer Engagement Team—is your guide to answering these questions, and to helping your project teams get the most value out of BIM 360 Field software! The Field Execution Plan has been successfully deployed at both new and existing BIM 360 Field projects, and we want to share it with your team! In this class, you will learn how to use the Field Execution Plan to understand the workflows enabled by BIM 360 Field software, define the value of these workflows to your team, develop team processes, and develop a focused and effective training plan. You will also hear real-life testimonials from companies who have used the Field Execution Plan to develop and refine field management, improving quality on their jobs! This session features BIM 360 Field. AIA Approved

Target Audience

Target Audience

- Project leader who are/will be using BIM360 Field to manage quality workflows.

- Project executives who are interested in setting standards to maximize enterprise level value of Field.

- Project members interested in learning how to develop and deploy great Field workflows.

Speakers

Speakers

Laurie Spitler

In her tenth year in the architecture, engineering, and construction industry, Laurie Spitler is affectionately known to her colleagues as a “construction nerd.” She started her career in construction, honing project management skills while working for a major general contractor. While completing her Master of Architecture degree at University of California, Berkeley, Spitler became involved with the lean construction community. She continues this relationship, and has regularly published in the proceedings for the International Group for Lean Construction. Spitler’s experiences in construction, architecture, and academia aid her in her role as a customer engagement specialist at Autodesk, Inc. She spends her time working with the Product Team and helping customers develop and implement great workflows!

Laura Talbot

In her tenth year in the architecture, engineering, and construction industry, Laurie Spitler is affectionately known to her colleagues as a “construction nerd.” She started her career in construction, honing project management skills while working for a major general contractor. While completing her Master of Architecture degree at University of California, Berkeley, Spitler became involved with the lean construction community. She continues this relationship, and has regularly published in the proceedings for the International Group for Lean Construction. Spitler’s experiences in construction, architecture, and academia aid her in her role as a customer engagement specialist at Autodesk, Inc. She spends her time working with the Product Team and helping customers develop and implement great workflows!

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Published

  • 2016
  • CS21778
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • BIM 360 Field

Industries

  • Construction Services
  • Buildings

Topics

  • Building Construction
  • Learning and Development Practice