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Autodesk University 2018

CS227276 - Reinventing Construction: A BIM-Enabled World

Session Description

Owner requirements are becoming more demanding. Designs are becoming more complex. The shortage of skilled labor continues to grow. And, meanwhile, construction's poor productivity rates fail to improve. How do we respond to this challenging industry landscape? So much of the conversation has revolved around BIM (Building Information Modeling); however, BIM is not the answer. It is, however, the beginning of the answer. In this session, we will explore how BIM, if properly implemented, can become a powerful enabler of efficiently and elegantly executed projects. We will dive into scan-to-BIM workflows, automated field construction, prefabrication, and industrialized construction. By drawing on experience implementing BIM on more than 500-plus projects, we’ll reveal trends and highlight successes and failures, so attendees will leave with a greater understanding of how to make the most of their intelligent models. Get a glimpse into life after BIM.


Additional Information
Learn how to identify the variables that predict project success
Understand the workflows after BIM creation that can enhance project outcomes
Learn how to calculate the ROI of BIM on your projects
Learn how to determine when various workflows (scan to BIM, 4D, VR, auto-point layout, prefabrication) should be used on your projects
Industry Talk
Not Applicable
Digital Construction & Project Management
Building Construction, Building Information Modeling (BIM)
Revit
Construction Manager, BIM/VDC Manager, Project Manager, Executive/Corporate Manager
Managers
Managers seeking to drive value on their projects through technology
Thought leadership and innovation
Project Management
Data Management, Construction Management, Collaboration, BIM, Management, Prefabrication, Modular Construction, Modeling, Virtual Design and Construction
AIA Approved
Yes
1 hour
Session Speakers
  • Danielle Dy Buncio - CEO, VIATechnik LLC

    Danielle Dy Buncio is the Co-Founder and CEO of VIATechnik, a construction and engineering services firm transforming the construction industry through virtual design and construction by blending global human capital with cutting-edge construction technologies. At VIATechnik, Danielle leads the company’s strategic growth efforts and builds and manages client relationships with some of the largest AEC firms around the country. Under Danielle’s leadership, the firm’s innovative and landmark projects have included everything from a point cloud BIM of one of the world’s largest breweries to the creation of a virtual “gaming” environment of a nuclear power plant. Danielle and the VIATechnik team are spearheading advancement of BIM, Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Artificial Intelligence in the industry. Prior to founding VIATechnik, Danielle worked for general contractors in Silicon Valley, Sydney, and Chicago. As a Civil Engineer and a LEED Accredited Professional, she has extensive commercial building, heavy civil, and marine construction experience. Danielle holds a BS in Civil Engineering from Stanford University and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.

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