This class will cover the use of many Autodesk, Inc., Building Information Modeling (BIM) software, such as Revit Architecture software, Revit MEP software, Revit Structure software, AutoCAD Civil 3D software, Navisworks software, and cloud services, including BIM 360 Glue software and BIM 360 Field software, in order to assist in the daily maintenance and operations of airports.
- Discover the importance of BIM for asset management
- Learn about the technology involved in managing and aiding in the daily operations and maintenance of airports
- Discover the many roles and responsibilities of BIM managers and coordinators at airports
- Discover the general workflow of BIM to Asset Management
Audrey Voorhies graduated from the University of Kansas School of Architecture, Design, and Planning with a bachelor of architecture degree. She has extensive experience in architecture and interior architecture with firms such as Berkebile Nelson Immenschuh McDowell, Inc., (BNIM); Populous; and Burns & McDonnell. She also worked in New York with the Autodesk reseller Microdesk as a Building Information Modeling (BIM) consultant for the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey. There, she was highly involved in the organization’s BIM technology and implementation with all transit projects. She is now an integral part of the implementation of BIM technology and development through asset management for the Denver International Airport.
Sonepraseuth Emmy Thammasine is a BIM/Asset Manager of the Special Projects Division at Denver International Airport (DEN) and is currently working on the "Great Hall Project," a major redevelopment of the airport's main terminal. Emmy graduated from the University of Colorado, Boulder, in 1999 with a Bachelor degree in Environmental Design and has extensive experience in Architecture and Interior Architecture, working with firms such as Gensler, Rottet Studio, AECOM, and GKK Works. Throughout his career, Emmy has always been highly involved with BIM and leading the way with the implementation of BIM technology since 2001 and now has an integral role in the implementation and development of BIM and Asset Management at the Denver International Airport. Emmy is actively exploring and developing design scripts with Dynamo and Safe FME in order to enhance BIM/GIS processes and airport asset management at DEN. In addition, Emmy manages airport projects with BIM 360.