Understand multidisciplinary design BIM implementation on Underground stations
Learn about the relationship between client and designer in BIM deployment on a large project
Understand BIM uses for a metro station (clash detection, 3D coordination, quantity takeoff, communication)
Understand the impact and importance of BIM adoption in a significant project ecosystem
The Grand Paris Express (GPE) is a major infrastructure in Paris, with 200 kilometers of tunnel line and 65 stations in a future-automated project. At Autodesk University 2 years ago, we presented Systra’s first Building Information Modeling (BIM) initiative on the project. During this session, we will show you the evolution of our own practice together with the evolution of the BIM requirements of the GPE client. For example, we will describe the impact of the BIM requirements on our design (structure, architecture, and MEP modeling), and the evolution of BIM uses, such as the development of the 3D model of the entire project at the city level. This global 3D model integrating the Station Revit software models will be used for communication purposes for all project stakeholders, such as city representative, local bodies, or future users. Thanks to the network’s adoption of BIM at different stages of the project, the interactions between the different stakeholders were matured, empowering them for future projects. This session features Navisworks Manage and Revit. AIA Approved
BIM Directors, BIM Managers, Project Managers, Engineers, Architects, City Planners, Public Authorities, Clients
Sylvie Cassan is currently in charge of developing and deploying Building Information Modeling (BIM) for SYSTRA France. In her role, she is transforming the working methods of the 1,100 employees of the directorate. Previously, she spent 2 years developing business and managing the bids process to provide consultancy services to the Grand Paris Express company. She was trained as a city planner, and she received an EMBA from the business school HEC Paris. Cassan has significant experience consulting for urban stakeholders about city planning, architecture, and transport issues, with a particular focus on needs analysis and change management.
As Building Information Modeling (BIM) manager for SYSTRA in France, Louis-Marie Borione is in charge of BIM technical support in SYSTRA’s corporate implementation project. He has 7 years of experience in change management, procedures and standards definitions, BIM model production, and custom developments. He gave a BIM class, “A Practical Approach for a BIM Deployment,” at Autodesk University 2014, and he had the opportunity to teach BIM to students at the prestigious French engineering school ESTP.
I'm helping the engineering design industry in their digital transformation through my deep engineering knowledge complemented with strong strategic analysis, leadership skills and business acumen, thanks to my recent vision broadening experience of an executive EMBA at HEC (#1 worldwide by FT) with Major in "Innovation Management & Entrepreneurial Leadership",
For the last twelve years, I've been working in the engineering software industry on the "customer success and adoption", "pre and post sales" and product marketing fronts. I've worked for market leading engineering software (BIM & PLM) providers such as Autodesk, Dassault Systèmes, Unigraphics (now Siemens PLM), ANSYS and Robobat.
Since 2014, Eric Pruvost has been the director of the Department of Development of Production Tools, which is part of the technical directorate of SYSTRA. This department manages the CAD, geographic information system (GIS), Building Information Modeling (BIM), and digital communication expertise for SYSTRA group. As part of his responsibilities, he is leading the SYSTRA BIM project that defines and manages the BIM deployment within the company. He has been working for SYSTRA for 20 years, starting as a railway bridge engineer. He worked for 12 years in the Bridge department, with a specialization in large, elevated-railway infrastructure requiring mass production in CAD. After this period, he took charge of the Multidisciplinary Technical department, managing the development of the stations design—structure, architecture, and MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing)—and the linear infrastructure track design. After SYSTRA merged with INEXIA Consultants and XELIS in 2012, he worked until 2014 as operations manager for French infrastructures projects.
Collaboration in construction is challenging. How can you organize the quality in data and geometry with all these different parties and models? Which software do you use to check your model: Navisworks or Solibri. An IFC workflow with Solibri provides you insights in the different clashes and the possibility to check in a rule based manner. But how do you create reports and collaborate with team members? Does Navisworks manage a more better workflow with more possibilities for everybody? With Navisworks you are free of file format. It is easy to append and update Revit, IFC, rcp or dwg files to a federated model in one single file. Checking model geometry, duplicates and data in a standardized way with Collaborea. It is the rulebased modelchecker for Naviswork. A report is no longer necessary because all the issues are visible and editable on a Cloud platform using Autodesk Forge. Checking and collaborating becomes easy and editing the models in an Autodesk workflow is simple.
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.
Transitioning to Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Revit software can be a complex process. Studies show that BIM workflows save time and money, but the initial training and implementation process poses a considerable cost to the firm, and office owners are concerned with the effect on project deadlines. This class will present a flexible and integral implementation process, built on adapting firm standards and workflows, and practicing from Day One on real-life design projects. As an architect, Revit teacher, and BIM implementation consultant, Yael has insights from multiple design firms, which vary in terms of project scopes, management, human resources, and prior knowledge. The class will contain examples from various case studies, pros and cons for different strategies, and aspects to consider while deciding on the path to a successful and smooth implementation process. If you're interested in convincing your firm to make the inevitable transition, come hear from experience how to create the process that is right for you.
Today's 3D Building Information Modeling (BIM) and visualization software makes specifying a workstation a critical process. As you wrestle with the increasing demands of the Revit design platform and BIM-related applications such as 3ds Max software, Navisworks software, Rhino software, Lumion, Stingray gaming engine, and so on, you need to understand the art to make sound investments in computing hardware. This class will take a deep dive into today's advanced PC hardware so you can understand the important variables to consider when purchasing new workstations. 2017 was a watershed year for almost every aspect of computing hardware. Today's CPUs are more powerful and diverse than ever before. Advances in graphics must keep pace with the highly competitive PC gaming market, and are directly used by the Autodesk AEC portfolio. Properly optimizing your RAM subsystem is critical, and even mass storage has evolved past simply a fast solid state drive. We cover the latest hot peripherals to round out your system and review the latest buying guide.
3D technology has historically been reserved for large, exclusive, purpose-specific platforms. Users have been required to have advanced knowledge of laser scanning to operate high-tech scanners. As technology continues to evolve, laser scanning is just one piece that is moving to a smaller, inclusive, all-encompassing platform.<br/> <br/> In this presentation, Hexagon Geosystems CTO Burkhard Boeckem will take you through the journey of how this evolution led to the creation of the Leica BLK360, the world’s smallest and lightest imaging 3D laser scanner. Moving from the belief that AEC professionals couldn’t access the technology due to the high barriers of entry to democratising laser scanning for anyone with inspiration and desire to embrace new possibilities, the development of the BLK360 is opening opportunities previously thought unobtainable. Don’t miss this future-looking presentation and your chance to experience the latest in laser scanning technology.
The Grande Arche is the iconic building of the business district La Défense in the Paris region. The two sides of the Arche are used as National Housing government offices and the roof section is targeted for exhibitions. The building was completed in 1989. 25 years later, the government entrusted to the Eiffage Group associated with the Valode & Pistre agency the renovation of workspaces in the south side and the roof section. The handover is scheduled for 2017. Even if Contractors have implemented a BIM process in design and construction phases, the client expressed the will to take advantage of the BIM D&B to enable O&M continuing the BIM methodology. This class will take the attendees through the journey of Grande Arche BIM implementation. You will receive an overview of the benefitsand lessons learned from the point of view of an owner and his BIM advisor. You will also learn about requirements to obtain a BIM model O&M-compliant and some workflows to connect it with O&M tools.
IQL will show how there are different ways of working/interacting with the built environment and explain the integrated project delivery: client, project manager, and main contractor being 1 team with the same goal approach. We'll explain how we developed a strategy, managed the design, and delivered from concept design to project handover using different digital technologies at different stages. This class will demonstrate how we've created a strategy and EIR for a project that will run for the next 8 years and which will attract future tenants. We’ll show this from a project management point of view: management of the design stakeholders, management of design, BIM for master planning, quantification, the use of BIM for visualisation/VR, and BIM as a product to attract tenants. From a construction management view, we'll demonstrate trade design coordination, supply chain management/education, BIM on-site, 4D sequencing and construction optimisation, and BIM use for tenant engagement.
The combination of Revit software and Navisworks software is by far the best Building Information Modeling (BIM) tool for model authoring and clash coordination. The workflow of using these software systems is pretty straightforward. Once the clash results are out, we can use the Switchback tool from Navisworks Manage to locate those clashes back to Revit. However, having to simultaneously highlight the exact location of those clashes in the Revit file would be challenging. In this class, we will show how we can use a Dynamo script to locate those clashes in Revit by using a sphere family that can be scheduled and highlighted in the model for quick viewing. And finally, we'll add comments in the sphere family schedule to communicate these updates back to the rest of the team.
This presentation will review how 360º photography is rapidly changing the way DPR Construction documents both existing conditions and ongoing progress on job sites. We will discuss new workflows related to progress documentation and its benefits. For example, we'll cover scheduling of documentation on a weekly and/or milestone basis to enable virtual quality assurance/quality control walks with architects, engineers, and inspectors. We'll also review workflows for capturing conversations that revolve around actual project locations to assist with radio frequency interference (RFI) creation. We will discuss use for risk mitigation, including documenting existing conditions for design planning/bidding, as well as capture of MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) rough-in before dry-wall and ceiling close up. We'll then discuss various integrations of 360º photos with Navisworks software and BIM 360 Field software. We will examine these workflows in the context of their implementation across various types of DPR projects, ranging from large tech companies and medical facilities, to small tenant improvement projects
Discover what we as a contractor had to do to make 4D accessible as a basis for further uses. By streamlining the workflow and introducing structured information requirements regarding Building Information Modeling (BIM) models and planning, 4D becomes a natural result of the process. Having a real-time, up-to-date 4D finally provides practical uses during the production phase. From being used merely for project presentations, it's now relevant to use 4D as a basis for site planning and logistics, on-site safety introductions and briefings, and as a visual aid during planning itself-providing possibilities for increased quality. We'll show our current workflow-which includes Primavera, Navisworks software, 3ds Max software-and the interfaces that we've created to streamline the process. In the end, we want you to be inspired by the possibilities and benefits of a streamlined 4D workflow.
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.
Self-perform detailing efforts can be a complex process. Using a lean process called a Kaizen Event, Skanska gathered a team of in-house stakeholders to develop a workflow for the firm's self-perform Revit detailing. The process starts at project award, through final lift-drawing delivery and placement of the work. Several templates and documents were developed to guide the process and will be shared with attendees. This class will demonstrate early engagement with the project team to develop detailing scope and budget, meeting with designers to understand their models and relay how you intend to use them, lift drawing planning, embed procurement strategies, lift drawing formatting and scheduling, quality assurance/quality control of lift drawings, and management of drawings with the field. Contractors that model their self-perform work and have struggled with these topics will benefit from this class.
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