Autodesk’s CREFTS (Corporate Real Estate, Facilities, Travel, Safety, and Security) Project Team set out to deliver an all-electronic project handoff supplying the Facilities Operations Team with timely and specific information that they’d requested at project closeout. This class will describe the early steps taken during team engagement and development of the BIM execution plan to map a successful path to bring assets designed and developed in the model into BIM 360 Ops software in a useful way for the Facilities Operations Team. We will outline the steps taken, obstacles that were encountered, and how the project outcome helped shape a BIM 360 Ops project guidance document for future projects.
- Understand how to move assets from the model to BIM 360 Ops
- Discover the importance of aligning architect, engineer, contractor, and building operator early in the design process
- Understand the importance of scripting specific language in the BIM execution plan for operational handoff
- Learn from real project experience and hear lessons learned on Autodesk's Portland project
Charles Rechtsteiner is Autodesk’s Business Integration Manager for Corporate Real Estate and Facilities. Leveraging key facilities within Autodesk’s portfolio, Charles collaborates with internal divisions and strategic business partners to create living lab opportunities to trial and develop emerging technologies that impact building efficiency and optimization. Charles has managed several key commercial office projects at Autodesk, including Autodesk's new advanced workshop and research facility in Boston, MA and has over 25 years of experience managing real estate, projects and facilities.