Better coordination, better buildings
Hear proposed solutions to some common pains regarding the model coordination process during a project. Whether you’re a BIM manager, BIM coordinator, VDC coordinator, it's the same thing every day. You're in Navisworks pulling together multidisciplinary federated models, doing visual validation, clash detection, putting together reports on areas of concern, and using save viewpoints. You're busy getting ready to send a transmittal off to the design and the consultant team around areas that need to be addressed and fixed regarding the problem. This process is painful and inefficient. It creates a massive amount of back and forth between the engineers and architects around things they're working on – and this all, traditionally through emails, maybe markups, or PDF files. When will the madness stop!?
Get a glimpse into ways to improve that traditional workflow and do so by moving issue management out of its silo and into the forefront of the model coordination process. The way to do this is not by changing your current workflow but by adding BIM Track as a layer (icing on the cake, if you will) that compliments the process and makes managing and reporting in your BIM coordination process a breeze.
Drawing on his 20+ years of experience in architecture, engineering, and construction, Carl shares a practical and well-rounded understanding of BIM with clients. He’s worked in residential and commercial architecture, as well as construction, with 10 years of teaching experience at both the collegiate and industry level. This experience aids him in providing the business case for BIM and how it makes the most of collaboration, coordination and design tools, and processes.
Through implementations, instruction, mentoring, webinars, and global speaking engagements, Carl assists the AECO community with the adoption of design technology and BIM processes. As someone who truly enjoys the process of building information modeling, Carl spreads his love of all things BIM via Twitter @theBIMsider, on his Blog theBIMsider.com, or as a co-host on AECO Industry Podcasts: The Simply Complex Podcast, BluePrints and BIMThoughts.
Peter is the BIM Leader. Throughout his career, he has worked on a wide variety of projects ranging from high-end residential, commercial, high rise, institutional, retail, industrial, transit, and healthcare in a multi-discipline environment.
His experience includes managing teams on BIM projects, training, budgeting, programming, design, and documentation of Cad and BIM workflow production processes. He has worked in the AEC field for over 25 years managing CAD and BIM applications.
Specialties include Revit, IMAGINiT Clarity, Navisworks, AutoCAD, BIM Track, BIM 360 Design, BIM 360 Glue, Rofus, Revizto, Windows \DOS\KIX Scripting, Syncovery, KnowlegeSmart, Pinnacle Office 360, SharePoint.