How can we coordinate people around the world in a project of 3,250,655 cubic meters, divided into more than 400 multidisciplinary Revit models? This class will show how 3D coordination is possible in an effective way using Collaboration for Revit and BIM 360 Team. The Red Line North Underground project in Doha, Qatar, was started with the use of many different local systems (Revit servers) and a central storage useful for exchanging models and information. The adoption of the BIM 360 platform let us optimize the workflows, saving time and money. With the integrated cooperation and collaboration made possible by the platform, efficiency was maximized, therefore providing a solid base for the decision-making process. Thanks to BIM 360 software, all members of the team could share information and collaborate, regardless of where they were physically located, capitalizing on the contributions, skills, and intuitions of all team members in a smooth and simple way.
- Learn how to identify the benefits and advantages of adopting BIM 360 cloud technology for all stakeholders throughout the entire process
- Discover how the BIM 360 workflow enables faster process
- Learn how to implement a unified workflow with many actors around the world
- Learn how to overcome a surplus of emails and exchange files with more-effective communication and coordination
Marcella Faraone currently works in Italferr. She is responsible for researching new technologies and innovating workflows with BIM and GIS. She has a BIM management experience with a deep knowledge of BIM concepts, BIM delivery methods, BIM uses. Her work focus mainly on Design phase and construction follow up of the railway infrastructure projects (core business of Italferr). Marcella acquired this vast experience in the Red Line North Underground project in Doha, where she has worked from 2014 as MEP BIM Coordinator of the designers Joint Venture. This project has played a crucial part in the professional life of Marcella. It was the first time she had the occasion of working in an international and multicultural project. This was also a great improvement from a personal point of view. She is a firm believer in BIM methodology, so much that, in 2012 she promoted the introduction of BIM in her company and started pilot project with a group of designers. The project was successful and, from that moment on, BIM has widely adopted by Italferr. Before starting to work with BIM, she took part in several ICT projects as a Project Managers. During this years Marcella acquired experience in GIS platform and awareness of great potentiality of GIS analysis. In the last year Marcella has focused her attention in particular on GIS and BIM data integration. She participated as a speaker at ESRI Italia conference 2018 and she won the “Smart Infrastructure 2018” award Marcella has great interests in science and especially in physics. She enjoys sharing this interest with her lovely daughter during her free time by reading her related topics and conducting simple experiments.