Establishment of an effective document management system for a construction project is a critical component to project success. An effective system will successfully bridge the gap between design and construction by digitizing the document management process. Attendees of this class will see how DPR Construction used BIM 360 Document Management to host construction-related documentation and integrate it into the virtual design and construction (VDC) process. The class will go through the initial scoping development, project setup and administration, and end-user experience.
- Learn to scope the necessary functions for a new document-management system
- Learn how to gain buy-in from the project team for a new document management process
- Learn how to set up BIM 360 Document Management for cross-discipline drawing management
- Understand how to integrate Document Management processes into the VDC effort to ensure consistency and accuracy of information
Mitch Cornelius is a Business Consultant with Autodesk and has been engaged with construction companies across the US in this role since early 2016. Mitch has a passion for improving outcomes for construction companies through refining business process. Mitch has been involved in the construction industry since 2004 with a focus on application of technology to construction processes. He has worked on projects that range from very small to very large, but on every project his focus is to improve business outcome through process refinement and application of technology.
Jean Goyat is the VDC Manager for the Bay Area at DPR Construction, with an interest in creating & overseeing the implementation of best-practices that support the Virtual Design & Construction (VDC) process. Currently managing the model-based coordination approach on a complex research lab project in San Francisco, his expertise focuses around mega-projects and the inherent challenges they entail specifically around communication and data management. Having been immersed on several project over $700 million in the Bay Area, Jean takes advantage of his proficiency with technology to optimize VDC practices.