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Contessa Hayter

CS21273: Break the Mold: Forming Tomorrow’s Concrete Workflow

(Duration 53:29)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn self-perform modeling principles for preconstruction planning and QTO
  • Learn about workflow from office to field with virtual integration through the lifespan of a job
  • Learn job-site-specific needs through creation of shop drawings and lift drawings
  • Discover lessons learned and best practices for self-perform modeling

Description

Description

This class will focus on sharing workflows for integration of Revit software models into preconstruction and construction phases of self-perform work. This class will explain how to model for effective takeoff and shop drawings. We will also discuss communication foundations for training and for sharing the model throughout the project life span, and we’ll provide lessons learned/best practices for these workflows. This session features Revit and AutoCAD. AIA Approved

Target Audience

Target Audience

Contractors, Concrete tradesmen, and Virtual Design Modelers working for general contractors, especially those involved in self-performance trades.

Speakers

Speakers

Contessa Hayter

Contessa Hayter graduated from Auburn University College of Architecture, Design, and Construction with a Bachelor of Science degree in building science. After gaining valuable experience in the field as a project engineer, Hayter joined Brasfield & Gorrie as an estimator on healthcare, commercial, and self-perform projects. As a virtual design and construction (VDC) coordinator in Brasfield & Gorrie’s Virtual Design and Construction Group, Hayter specializes in preconstruction services and the integration of 3D modeling into estimating workflows; self-perform modeling for preconstruction and construction phases; and integration of virtual site logistics into safety planning. A green building enthusiast whose projects span all market sectors, Hayter works closely with Brasfield & Gorrie’s Safety department, capitalizing on her field knowledge and VDC expertise to enhance job-site safety.

Robert S Mancill

Shawn Mancill graduated from Auburn University in 2012 with a Master’s in Integrated Design and Construction and has been with Brasfield & Gorrie since earning his degree. As a Regional VDC Manager, Shawn leads the Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) Group’s efforts for the company’s Heavy, Power, Infrastructure, and Utilities divisions. On projects ranging from bridges to wastewater treatment plants, Shawn implements processes and technology such as overhead coordination, site layout, BIM execution plans, laser scanning, and UAS.Shawn has over four years of experience with VDC on a varied portfolio of projects, including stadium expansions, hospitals, aerospace manufacturing facilities, and large industrial facilities. Shawn is an active member of his community, participating in local events to support home repair in the surrounding area.

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Tags

Published

  • 2016
  • CS21273
  • AU Las Vegas

Software

  • Revit
  • AutoCAD

Industries

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

Topics

  • Building Construction
  • Learning and Development Practice