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Mike Zeppieri

CS21646: Information Strategies for Asset Management: Achieving Day-One Readiness

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Understand the importance of early engagement in developing an asset management information strategy
  • Discover synergies gained by aligning this strategy to other consumers of this information
  • Learn about defining the asset-management challenge from the perspective of the CM
  • Challenge the assumption that BIM is the solution to this challenge

Description

Description

Two years ago, Skanska developed an Asset Management Information Strategy service offering, largely in response to clients and owners starting to ask questions about (and in some cases, requiring deliverables aligned to) achieving day-one operational readiness for their computer-aided facility management (CAFM) and computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) technology. In our journey, we’ve encountered an infinite number of client-operational environments, from spreadsheets and email to significant investments in complex CAFM, CMMS, and Environmental Monitoring System (EMS) and Building Management System (BMS) platforms. What we’ve learned is that regardless of the destination facilities management environment, all of these conversations start with developing an information strategy. Join us as we discuss common pitfalls and lessons learned with organizing asset data for the end in mind. Representatives from Skanska and Autodesk, Inc., will explore real-life examples of information strategies for asset management in action. This session features Building Ops, BIM 360 Field, and Revit. AIA Approved

Target Audience

Target Audience

Owner/operators with complex asset portfolios looking to streamline information flow throughout project lifecycles

Commercial developers interested in integrated asset management conversations into the design/construction phase

Architects, Engineers and Construction managers interested in applying Lean thinking in the BIM and asset management process

Speakers

Speakers

Mike Zeppieri

As a change agent in Skanska’s legacy industry of construction, Michael Zeppieri is actively helping Skanska drive advanced solutions for asset management, data integration, process improvement, technology insertion, and the application of lean thinking to the day-to-day operations. Capitalizing on his background in high-tech industries, Zeppieri develops tools and workflows to make the firm’s projects more efficient, effective, and transparent. He has more than 15 years of experience providing innovation-based leadership in aerospace, IT, and the military. Zeppieri holds a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering management from United States Military Academy (West Point) and dual Master of Business Administration and Civil Engineering degrees from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Prior to joining Skanska, Zeppieri held senior management positions with Boeing and served in the United States Army as a combat engineer platoon leader, executive officer, and general’s aide. Currently, Zeppieri delivers client-facing services that integrate virtual design and construction (VDC), asset management, and lean.

Sean Doolan

Sean Doolan is the Senior Manager of VDC Services in the Innovative Construction Solutions group at Skanska USA Building. In this role, Sean develops new technical capabilities and services combining Skanska’s core competencies in construction management with emerging technologies such as UAV’s, real-time location services (RTLS), laser-scanning, and building information modeling (BIM). He has worked in teams supporting large public and PPP transportation projects including the World Trade Center Transportation Hub and a multi-billion dollar airport transformation. Most recently, Sean has been developing asset management solutions using a “BIM2FM” approach for facility operators. This work includes the planning of structured data collection during the design-construction phase to facilitate efficient turnover of asset data into facility operation to reduce overall TCO. Sean holds a Bachelor and Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Stanford University.

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Published

  • 2016
  • CS21646
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Building Ops
  • BIM 360 Field
  • Revit

Industries

  • General Architecture. Engineering and Construction
  • Architecture Services
  • Construction Services

Topics

  • Building Construction
  • Building Owners and Operators