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BIM 360 Glue: Infrastructure Model Deployment for Mobile Devices
Josh Stenz
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This class will focus on how a mega-project (Zoo Interchange Project in Milwaukee, Wisconsin—$1.7 billion) Highway Construction Team deployed the use of 3D design models out to field-construction mobile devices. The size and scale of design models, staging sequences, and plan revisions provided some unique challenges for the computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM) /virtual design and construction (VDC) engineer to adapt within the BIM 360 software delivery platform. The team overcame these constraints by identifying an export and import process so final model viewing provided as much detail and usability in the BIM 360 Glue platform. The project construction schedule is from 2013 – 2019. The project scope is complete reconstruction of the busiest interchange in the state (350,000 vehicles per day) while maintaining active live traffic through the construction zones. Three large full-model deliverables are required with multiple subset staged models that provide schedule/temporary traffic stages interim through construction. This session features BIM 360 Glue and Navisworks Factory Advanced. AIA Approved

Key Learnings

  • Learn about BIM 360 Glue infrastructure project setup: users (over 100 team members)
  • Learn about model components/breakdown
  • Learn about model updating
  • Learn about shared views

Speakers

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A graduate from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a BS in civil engineering, Josh Stenz demonstrates a high level of leadership and superior attention-to-detail and troubleshooting skills. He has over 10 years of experience in estimating, project engineering, and management roles, specializing in value engineering, detail constructability review and coordination, document control, project coordination, cost reporting, and information management. Stenz has been a project team member on several large, award-winning projects throughout southeastern Wisconsin, including S.C. Johnson’s Fortaleza Hall “Project Honor,” Discovery World at Pier Wisconsin, Wisconsin Department of Transportation’s (WisDOT) I-94 North South Corridor, WisDOT’s Zoo Interchange, WisDOT’s Hill Farms Development, and the Potawatomi Bingo-Casino Expansion.
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