Until recently, the construction industry has suffered a technology bypass, relying on centuries-old processes to manage projects that are getting more complex and demanding faster execution. This class will discuss how Building Information Modeling (BIM) is making a shift by industrializing construction and setting up off-site assembly lines for manufacturing modules that can just be assembled on-site by a lean team. Case studies will be discussed from several iconic, global project executions where assembly line manufacturing construction processes were deployed for amazingly fast construction, reducing the on-site work, wastages, and costs. The main focus of this class is using BIM to support modular design and industrialized construction. Attendees will learn when and how to set up these assembly lines and the challenges associated with them.
- Learn about assembly line modularized production—when, why, and how
- Learn about building the team, processes, and collaboration for successful industrialization
- Understand the processes based on case studies of successful implementation in iconic projects across the globe
- Understand the challenges and critical success factors
Leads Building Information Management at ASTAD, Amine is Sr. Architect & BIM/VDC Manager at ASTAD Project Management Qatar. He graduates from both Paris-La Villette School of Architecture and Georgia Tech University Atlanta.He was involved as BIM Coordinator and Manager on several International Iconic Projects as Foundation Louis Vuitton, Paris and Qatar National Museum, Doha. He fulfills the role of BIM strategist and BIM implementation Manager at ASTAD Project Management. The experience ASTAD has contribute to a successful BIM implementation on several iconic Qatar Foundation projects and deliver world-class Project Management services leveraging the power of BIM. Amine is often engaged on BIM knowledge-sharing and BIM organizations focusing on Qatar and Golf cooperation council, he is a Co-founder ofBIM for Project Management “BIM4PM”
Scott is the VP of US Operations for Pinnacle Infotech. Scott has been in the construction field for over 33+ years. 11 Years in California with a large concrete company and 21 years in Colorado with one of the largest mechanical contractors in the state. Scott’s background in the construction industry encompasses Laborer, Journeyman, Foreman, Supervisor, CAD Detailer, CAD Project Leader and CAD Manager. In 2001, he made the move from field to office to start his CAD venture as a Sheetmetal detailer. By 2008 he was given the title as CAD Manager of a growing department. After much success as CAD Manger Scott was ready for his next challenge and decided to join Pinnacle Infotech in 2016. Scott oversees all US clients in his role at Pinnacle. He brings his construction background, ability to work with others, and the ability to coordinate effectively.
Bimal Patwari is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) activist who has led BIM implementation in more than 4,500 projects across 34 countries. Recognized and awarded for his contribution to BIM technology, Patwari has worked extensively with architects, engineers, contractors, and government agencies. He is recognized for his visionary contribution to the innovative use of advanced BIM technology to improve efficiency, provide fast turnaround and reduce costs for the construction industry. He has widely traveled and spoke at various international conferences like Autodesk University - India & USA, ASHRAE- USA, RTC- USA, Universities like Texas A & M, Engineering colleges like IIT’s & NIT’s and Global technology forums. His vision is to ‘Stretch Technology to Create value for the customers by providing innovative BIM solutions’