An increase of technology and mobile devices on construction projects means we collect more data than ever. Clients are asking for access to this data as part of our turnover package in electronic format. Traditionally, our projects have not been set up at the beginning to facilitate this transfer of data. Simple things like Locations and Asset IDs are not in the contract documents until the end of the project. Also, owners don’t know what they want or need. This class will follow a case-study format of a completed project started before the client had purchased Building Ops software. It will follow the process to set up BIM 360 Field software to build and utilize the Equipment matrix, and we’ll cover how the initial assumptions and decisions that were made affected the turnover process. We will discuss our lessons learned and give time to focus attention on early to limit rework and reorganization of data to meet the turnover needs. This discussion will focus on the transition from BIM 360 Field software to Building Ops software, but it could be applied to most FAMS software. This session features BIM 360 Field and Building Ops. AIA Approved
Construction Managers, Owners, Facilities Teams, Architects, and Engineers
Josh Lannen's current position with BOND Brothers is a quality assurance / quality control (QA/QC) manager, and he oversees BIM 360 software deployment. Lannen started his career in 2000 with Turner Construction working on projects for clients such as Liberty Mutual, Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, and Harvard Business School. Over the last 16 years, he has held the positions of field engineer, assistant superintendent, superintendent, and project manager. Lannen was a key team member on the Tata Hall project for Harvard Business School, where he provided support and technical assistance in addition to the utilization of BIM 360 software to its full capabilities. In his current role as QA/QC manager for BOND, he oversees the quality program and BIM 360 software database for the entire company. He is continually improving best practices and keeping the company current on industry advances and trends. Lannen earned a BS in civil engineering from Northeastern University and is a member in good standing with American Society of Civil Engineers.
As campus managers and cities look to embrace the Internet of Things, many are finding that while they have lots of data, managing this data so it can be used in a meaningful way is proving more difficult. Our session will explore how BIM can be used as a vehicle by campus managers and cities to capture, store, and disseminate multiple levels of data (e.g., building, social, environmental, government, economic) as well as generate additional benefits. We will look at how a 3D model can be created in Revit / InfraWorks and populated with data from many sources (e.g., sensors, real-time traffic information, social forums etc.) which can then be accessed by managers, governments, and citizens using tablets, apps, dashboards, and software such as BIM 360 Field. We will also discuss the benefits that can be generated including better decision making, easier benchmarking, improved performance, greater connectivity, and enhanced community engagement.
Identify and outline strategies for creating and executing a prefabrication plan for a construction project. Topics covered will include plan creation, execution across multiple stakeholders, and ways to respond to change, as well as using QR for tracking materials and prefab assemblies, and bringing it all together for just-in-time delivery to the job site.
The cloud is already helping thousands of architects, engineers, and contractors with improving communication and quality of designs for taking to site. This session will discuss the BIM 360 portfolio and how it can support you in design through to construction. You will get hands-on with Revit and Collaboration for Revit using BIM 360 Team to communicate with other team members to resolve design issues faster. Use BIM 360 Glue to spell-check your models against other disciplines. You will then investigate how your design can be taken out to site to help with commissioning and progress tracking.
The built environment is fundamentally changing, empowered by innovation in virtual design and construction (VDC). The result is more-complex and increasingly elegant designs, as well as streamlined procurement and construction methods. This panel includes academic and industry leaders responsible for developing and implementing new VDC technology, including Hilda Espinal of CannonDesign, Ricardo Khan of Mortenson Construction, Forest Flager of Stanford University, and Danielle Dy Buncio of VIATechnik. The panel will discuss advancements seen on past and current industry projects in the areas of prefabrication, artificial intelligence, data analytics, virtual and augmented reality, and multidisciplinary design optimization. Panelists will use multimedia presentations and demonstrations to communicate the material to attendees to facilitate thoughtful and interactive discussion. Attendees will leave with a greater understanding of the impact that VDC has on project delivery and performance.
This session examines 2 recent advances in BIM in the field of geotechnics. The first case study relates to the sharing of site-generated data, that is gathered electronically on-site, processed, and then uploaded to the BIM model, all automatically. In this way the stakeholders are seeing the object attributes updated in the integrated model in real time as the work is done. The advantages of this process include the obvious savings in time and effort, avoiding mistakes, self-certification, and the manifest openness that supports collaboration.
Concluding the class presented at Autodesk University 2015, Elliott Crossley returns to discuss the construction phase of a £330 million project in the UK. This class reveals the strategy and workflows involved in integrating fabrication information back into the Building Information Model, divulging the toolbox of a multidisciplinary design team at BDP from inception to completion, challenging current technology throughout, to deliver an Asset Information Model suitable for use in building operation.
University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) Medical Center has been on a path to designing buildings via integrated project delivery-with much success. But what happens once the model is designed, constructed, and delivered? Please join us in a review of the road that has led to our subject case study: Take a look at the real-time development of the 125,000-square-foot, 7-story Precision Cancer Medicine Building as it has been Revit software designed, Building Information Modeling (BIM) specified, and Maximo integrated in order to take advantage of the lifecycle potentials thus offered. Industry tools like BIM 360 Glue software, BIM 360 Field software, Revit software, Maximo, BIM Assure, Service Now, Easy Max, Archibus, and other software support platforms all lend themselves to innovative lifecycle operations solutions at the hands of our in-house team and external partners so absolutely critical to our success.
This class will discuss the benefits of capturing existing conditions using laser scanners on a very large retail project. We will discuss the integration of point cloud data within the intelligent model in Revit software. You will learn how to utilize laser scan data across various components within the Autodesk Architecture, Engineering, and Construction Collection (Revit software, Navisworks software, ReCap software). This class will also discuss data collection of building equipment using BIM 360 Field software to connect project stakeholders located across different offices.
In this session, Jeff Metcalf, CIO from Layton Construction will be presenting how Layton, Forge and other Cloud Service APIs have been leveraged in order to integrate with CMiC, an internal ERP system, to reduce overhead and increase visibility into Key Performance Indicators across many projects using Autodesk Cloud Services including BIM360 (HQ) and BIM360 Field. (Joint AU/Forge DevCon class).
The field of construction is well placed to benefit from the advent of machine learning and artificial intelligence. As part of the BIM 360 Project IQ Team at Autodesk, I've had the privilege of being a part of Autodesk's foray into machine learning for construction. This talk will focus on summarizing the developments in this space, and we'll cover some ways in which one can prepare to maximize value from this technology. The class has 2 sections. The first part provides a broad survey of some of the applications of AI and machine learning in construction, and the potential impact. These processes are making changes across various areas, including risk management, schedule management, subcontractor management, construction site environment monitoring, and safety, to name a few. In the second part, the focus will be on construction industry leaders who will talk about their experiences with smarter tools in their daily jobs, and their views of the impact that these tools might have in the short and long terms.
PERI as supplier of the construction industry is faced with the challenges to meet the multitude of different requirements of our clients. Clients are traditional well-established construction companies , but also increasingly project managers, architects as well as building owners. The complexity of the projects to be delivered poses another challenge. These projects range from small single-family homes, big office buildings, through to complex high-rise buildings, sophisticated 3D freeform surfaces, infrastructureand industrial projects. <br/><br/>The core topic of this lecture will be how PERI meets these challenges, how it produces solutions, and, ultimately, how PERI provides its clients a broad range of services. Learn more on PERIÂ´s way of providing its clients with its best practice services, how PERI drives its strategy of process integration within its chain of suppliers, and how the BIM 360 Platform reinforces factors such as quality, time, safety, and costs on-site.
Construction has a lot of moving parts, both figuratively and literally. Having all your project data in one place can minimize risk and reduce errors, as well as project time. We'll examine benefits of the BIM 360 ecosystem and how they could help with your architecture, engineering, and construction workflow, including keeping up to date on the design; detecting clashes before they're built; providing one location for all project documentation; managing project quality; doing project layout from an iPad; and offering simple and effective punch lists for contractors. In this session, we'll see how the available tools in the BIM 360 ecosystem can enhance your workflow-regardless of the design tools you use.
AU Las Vegas
BIM 360 Field
General Architecture. Engineering and Construction