BIM 360 software product suite encompasses the connection between design and construction. The purpose of this class will be to illustrate how the Building Information Modeling (BIM) products interact together to create a collaborative environment throughout the building construction lifecycle. We will provide an overview of BIM 360 software products that includes useful tips and best practices for administrators and new users in the set up, use, and distribution of information gathered from preconstruction to project handover.
- Learn the requirements needed to be able to successfully implement the BIM 360 products
- Discover the connection between the BIM 360 products
- Discover the difference between BIM 360 account administration (HQ) and project administration
- Learn best practices for preparing data and models for the most successful outcome and ease of use
Frederick Regala is a technical support specialist for BIM 360 software products at Autodesk, Inc. Frederick works closely with customers, the Development Team, and Product Teams, particularly with BIM 360 Glue software. Prior to working at Autodesk, Frederick had 15 years’ experience working in the architecture industry working on office tenant improvement projects in high-rise buildings, healthcare projects, and medical office buildings. In addition to being involved with various projects, Frederick held a position as CAD manager, and then later he was a Building Information Modeling (BIM) manager. He also briefly worked at an engineering design and consultation firm to help them transition from the CAD workflow into the BIM process. Frederick presented at AIA San Francisco with ArcSource about best practices for BIM in 2013, and, recently, at the Americas Technical Academy to provide troubleshooting and best practices tips about Navisworks software and BIM 360 software.