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Autodesk University 2018

Kyle Hudson

Project Director, VIATechnik

Speaker Bio

Kyle Hudson is the Project Director at VIATechnik, where he oversees a team of talented, forward-thinking BIM and VDC Managers and Specialists. He has led coordination for massive new facilities, managed the reality capture and modeling process for unique buildings, and worked with stakeholders to apply virtual reality, model-based fabrication, and simulations to projects in a meaningful way. Kyle's interested in achieving more ROI from current BIM practices by extending direct benefits to field crews, facility managers, and owners. Before jumping into the VDC world, Kyle was a structural engineer at two engineering consulting firms. Kyle has a BS in Civil Engineering and a MS in Structural Engineering from The University of Iowa.

CI226876 - Collecting and Digitizing Large-Scale Existing Infrastructure Data Hudson Yards is the largest private real estate development in the history of the United States. Phase 2, The Western Yard, will include 6.2 million square feet of building space, spanning several residential towers, an office complex, and a school. The problem? It’s being constructed over-top 30 active train tracks, 3 rail tunnels, and major utilities, and alongside viaducts, busy roadways, and one of New York City’s most popular tourist attractions: The Highline. How does a complex network of architecture, engineering, and construction stakeholders ensure that existing conditions are being properly accounted for during design? The solution? Mix 2 tablespoons of laser scans with acres of topographic surveys, old utility maps, and as-builts to create a large-scale, precise, 3D Revit model of the entire site. During this presentation, Timothy O’Connor from Langan will join Kyle Hudson from VIATechnik to discuss the workflows, challenges, and benefits associated with collecting and digitizing this massive amount of infrastructure data. 60 Minutes Industry Talk Kyle Hudson
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Chicago, Illinois, United States