Construction productivity is an issue in the construction industry that can be addressed with technological solutions such as Building Information Modeling (BIM)-to-field workflows with robotic total stations. Attend this session to learn how United States construction companies are utilizing Revit software with Point Layout software, BIM 360 Glue software, and the BIM 360 Layout app with Leica iCON robotic total stations to streamline office-to-field workflows that increase accuracy while cutting production time. This session features BIM 360 Layout, BIM 360 Glue, and Revit. AIA Approved
BIM / VDC Managers, IT Managers, Project Managers, Construction Managers, Owners, CIO’s, CTO’s, CEO’s, Innovation Managers
As Director, Andy is responsible for strategic planning and implementation of VDC technology. Andy’s tenure at PARIC has focused on developing a forward-looking technology plan that integrates cloud-based design and field tools with processes that enable PARIC’s extended project teams to be more collaborative and efficient. With an architectural background, Andy has utilized technology to create building design solutions and compelling presentations. The convergence of AEC technology and a variety of industry experience has enabled Andy to lead an active VDC team with a focus on design and field innovation. Andy and his team work with various technology providers to influence the development of new tools and processes, and this interaction enables their support of PARIC’s core business units. Their use of reality-capture and field layout technology enables better coordinated projects, and highly accurate control for the installation of MEP systems and structural prefab components. The use of integrated technologies has further enabled PARIC field teams to focus on ‘building’ with significant reductions in design related issues.
As a Sr. Coordinator, Brett assists with various technology implementations and draws on his architectural background to facilitate the coordination of MEP and structural prefab design. To support the coordination process, Brett and the VDC team at PARIC utilize reality capture technology such as Laser Scanning and RTS instruments to observe field conditions and coordinate the results with project design models (BIM). Throughout the design and construction cycle, Brett leans on cloud-based technology to coordinate site control, verify fitment, and enable the field teams to layout and install prefabricated systems and built-in-place systems including foundations and walls, to PT sleeves and embeds. Brett’s real world experience with field technology has resulted in his focused knowledge of how to make technology work for PARIC.
Stan Lawrence is founder of Datum Tech Solutions and has more than 20 years of industry experience as a nationwide reseller of total stations and construction software. He has watched the changes in the industry and has positioned himself at the cutting edge of construction technology. During his years in the field, Stan learned that proper training is essential to getting the most out of any technology investment. At Datum Tech solutions, Stan trains clients one-on-on helping them become proficient in the ever-evolving field of BIM solutions while saving them time and money.
Carl Singleton earned his bachelor’s degree in Surveying Engineering from Ferris State University and spent several years as a survey crew chief before joining Leica Geosystems in 2004. As a training manager and application engineer, Carl helped professionals learn and understand surveying and construction solutions to maximize efficiency and productivity. Carl is currently Leica Geosystems product marketing manager for Building & Construction in North America, where he focuses on bringing value to the construction process with customizable hardware and software solutions that increase profitability by improving workflows.
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.
This class will cover how to create concrete lift drawings in Revit software. We'll cover the people who need to be engaged, the processes from developing an estimate to providing field-layout data, and the final product of quality lift drawings that add value for the entire project team. You will learn how the concrete Revit model can become the hub for the whole concrete team and second-tier subs, and also you'll learn how to greatly enhance communication with the design team and the general contractor. This class will discuss the technical aspects of creating and maintaining a construction-level concrete model, including families, parts, and the use of pour sequence parameters. We'll demonstrate what information is important to concrete field crews, and how to effectively communicate that through Revit software-based lift drawings. You will also learn how to use geometry in Revit to create point data, and then how to use that point data downstream in the layout process.
This session will bring together several companies that have developed unique integrations with the BIM 360 platform to extend the reach of the tools and workflows connected into BIM 360's common data environment for construction management. They'll each share their experience and offer insights into the development process and business opportunities. (Joint AU/Forge DevCon class).
Do you need near real-time feedback on your construction project?Is scanning the way to achieve it?We think so.<br/><br/>This Instructional Demo will highlight the flow of data that could be experienced immediately after a slab pour.Point cloud data will be optimised using a combination of Revit, APL, Dynamo and BIM 360 Layout.<br/><br/>You will already know that slab deviations in relation to point clouds can be displayed graphically in Revit, but what else can you do with that information?<br/><br/>What if you could send back the out-of-tolerance locations to your team in the field and enable them to mark the areas requiring remediation on the ground semi-automatically?<br/><br/>We will show you how this could work for you.
It's time to leave your tape measure in the truck. Do you want to make the leap and lay out directly from your model in the field? What are the software workflows? How do you set up a Revit model for use with a civil or local coordinate system? What are the benefits of using Point Layout software in the field? We'll cover how to work with Point Layout in Revit software, BIM 360 Glue software, BIM 360 Layout iPad app, and your robotic total station. See live demonstrations of the software on real-world projects, and hear discussion of the processes involved in construction field layout. We'll be working with subcontractors and their models, and assisting their field-layout processes.
Learn how to best adopt Autodesk's Point Layout plug-in for Revit software, AutoCAD software, and BIM 360 software. Hear about a general contractor's lessons learned from using the software and difficulties that arise out in the field-from working with civil engineer's files to working with several different robotic total stations on one site. Attendees will learn how to create a proper workflow using naming and numbering standards set forth by the field, and how to ensure a streamlined approach for importing and exporting points to their robotic total stations. We'll explore how to work with real-world coordinates as well as create our own, and we'll look at the best way to track the coordinate system across a project's lifecycle. We'll also learn how to approach difficult projects that encompass large sites, and how to maintain vertical control on high-rise projects.
There's no doubt that Building Information Modeling (BIM) has radically changed how today's construction management and field operations function at a root level. Understanding how to best use BIM in today's complex construction projects takes a lot of work. This class will focus on how to use today's architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) BIM software in your field operations with BIM coordination, virtual design and construction (VDC) processes, field layout, and creation of as-builts. We'll focus on some advanced techniques and best practices in Revit software in order to help facilitate an easier BIM coordination process using Navisworks Manage software. We also look into how Point Layout, Total Stations, and related tools have revolutionized how trade subcontractors optimize their processes and facilitate prefabrication and installation. We'll also cover the current developments in Revit software's latest fabrication capabilities and how it is supplanting the traditional AutoCAD market share.
The world is changing. Are you ready? Join us to explore the future of construction and leave with valuable insights and real-world examples to help you build a future that is more profitable, more resilient, and prepared for new opportunities. The general session keynotes will include a group of passionate customers, visionaries, and product experts. Take part as some of the leading innovators in the construction industry share their experiences embracing change and technology disruption -- from improving productivity on the job site and using technology to expand capabilities, to inspiring and thought provoking explorations of machine learning, artificial intelligence, or generative design applied to contracting.<br/><br/>After the general session, you will have the opportunity to influence the future of your BIM 360 products with a visit to the Co:Construct Product Advisory session. No additional sign up needed. Co:Construct is your chance to meet the teams behind the BIM 360 platform, and your chance to speak directly to them about whatever is on your mind. <br/><br/>Plus, don't forget to sign up for our afternoon Connect & Construct classes. Your registration includes access to a full day of sessions and our private evening event.
This class will be delivered by Kier Construction, a UK-based, industry-leading construction company, supported by Topcon and Autodesk. Kier will describe how they have applied Autodesk BIM 360 tools in collaboration with 3D laser scanners and total stations into their workflows on a complex construction project undertaken in the UK. Kier will demonstrate the key benefits of collaborative working, effective supply chain engagement, and adoption of technology on construction sites to realise and exceed client expectations. Using office-based software such as Navisworks, Revit, and ReCap, we will cover how using a variety of mass data capture techniques to gather as-built documentation combined with integrated on-site verification and management has improved efficiencies and reduced errors on construction sites. Kier will appraise the impact of using innovative new workflows to overcome interoperability challenges between several types of BIM authoring software.
What if we—Autodesk, Inc.—would use our own technologies for our own needs? In this class we will show you how we applied interesting workflows involving the following software: ReCap software, Revit software, BIM 360 Glue software, BIM 360 Layout software, and Point Layout to retrofit the Autodesk Paris office. After having generated a 3D model in Revit software based on point clouds reflecting existing conditions that we got from 3D scans, we made a retrofit proposal and used BIM 360 Layout software to stake out data into the field with a robotic total station. Finally, we used BIM 360 Layout capabilities to verify the as-built construction and update the model. This session features BIM 360 Layout, ReCap, and Revit. AIA Approved
This class will be delivered by Hill Construction, a U.K.-based housebuilder, supported by Topcon Corporation and Autodesk, Inc. Hill Construction will describe its Building Information Modeling (BIM) journey so far, and how the firm has applied BIM 360 tools into its workflows on a complex construction project undertaken by Hill Bespoke in Cambridge, England. The class will cover how using a variety of mass-data capture techniques to gather as-built documentation combined with integrated on-site verification and management has improved efficiencies and reduced errors using innovative new workflows. Hill will describe the impact of these new workflows incorporating software (including BIM 360 Field cloud service, BIM 360 Layout cloud service, BIM 360 Glue cloud service, and BIM 360 Docs cloud service) integrated with Topcon mass-data capture and layout solutions, and the efficiencies gained over traditional methods. We will show content and examples from the historically important housebuilding project combining both complex renovation with new-build processes. This session features BIM 360 Layout, BIM 360 Field, and BIM 360 Glue. AIA Approved
This class will dive into how PCL uses Point Layout software and BIM 360 Layout software to enhance self-perform activities, as well as quality assurance / quality control (QA/QC) efforts. We will explore why we chose BIM 360 Layout software, examine our workflows surrounding model-based QC, and profile a project. This session features BIM 360 Layout and BIM 360 Layout. AIA Approved