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Bridging Information Silos: Using Forge in an Integrated FM Platform for Owners
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Chidam Somu
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Description

"What if projects empowered facility owners with building intelligence that maximizes the value from design and construction, and seamlessly transitioned knowledge to operations and maintenance, to run the facility optimally from the first day?

What if we integrated models, drawings, documents, facility performance and analytics data, and delivered such capability as a simple, contextualized user experience?

The VueOPS team has consulted on BIM for FM implementations for large-scale healthcare, aviation, bio-pharmaceutical, and public agency owners. We are passionate about these outcomes.

This class shares our journey to bridge current and emergent FM requirements for projects and develop an integrated FM platform that uses the Autodesk Forge platform in our quest to integrate information from documents, models, asset management, and building performance and analytics systems to create building knowledge for our customers."

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to develop a method for specifying owner FM requirements
  • Discover the benefits of incremental data collection and verification
  • Understand commitments that owners should make to realize more operations-and-maintenance value out of design and construction
  • Discover the vision and benefits of integrated information for FM

Speakers

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Chidambaram Somu (Chidam) is a Virtual Construction Manager for DPR Construction focuses on implementing innovative technologies for construction applications and new business development for the construction technology market. His areas of expertise include: Building Information modeling (BIM), BIM for FM, Reality Capture, data mapping and manipulation for construction/operations intelligence, 4D/5D modeling and model based production planning. His past projects include: Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, Arizona State University Center for Law and Society, Biomedical Partnership Building, Banner University Medical Center-Phoenix and multiple projects throughout the United States. He received his Master's from Texas A&M University specializing in Construction Management and Business Administration. He serves as a member for several industry advisory boards, is a guest lecturer with ASU and has contributed to several publications on construction technology.
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Andrew Arnold applies more than 28 years of experience in product design and management, product and process modeling for applications, and consultation to help DPR Construction customers establish appropriate lean construction, Building Information Modeling (BIM), integrated project delivery, and operations and maintenance practices. Andrew has assisted BIM for facilities management implementations for large-scale healthcare, aviation, bio-pharmaceutical, and public agency owners. Andrew received his BA in Architecture from U.C. Berkeley, and PhD in construction engineering and management from Stanford University's Center for Integrated Facilities Engineering. His early career in architecture included work on hospitality, health science, and education projects. He also consulted in computerized-aided facilities management CAFM implementations. Following graduate school Andrew designed and managed BIM applications including databases of product information, and BIM content management and analysis tools, including quantity takeoff, cost estimating, LEED contribution, and immersive visualization.
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