This class gives firsthand insights into the application and documented quantified benefits of bringing Building Information Modeling (BIM) technologies to the field at Max Bögl Group, Germany’s largest privately owned construction company. We will discuss how we were able to deliver construction management workflows with higher quality and in significantly less time than before, and we’ll share best practice workflows for Navisworks software, BIM 360 Glue software, and BIM 360 Field software. As a highlight we will share how we enriched the regular BIM 360 software platform by creating a custom document-management system integration, linking 3D elements to detailed 2D CAD documents. The result is an automated, rule-based integration of 2D plans for 3D models with web and mobile access. A 3D object is then linked to its CAD metadata, checklists, issues, tasks, and respective (plan) documents, and it can be tracked with a QR code.
- Learn how to quantify the benefits of using BIM 360 products with regards to construction management workflows
- Learn how to fully capitalize on BIM 360 Field, including issues, checklists, tasks, equipment, QR codes, daily updates, and reports
- Discover how 3D model objects and 2D CAD documents can be integrated together to offer comprehensive information on site
- Learn how BIM 360 Field library and equipment API services can be used for data exchange with document management systems
Maximilian Schütz is an IT and process consultant for Building Information Modeling (BIM) in the corporate development of the Max Bögl Group (MB). He is leading the company’s strategic implementation of BIM2Field and mobile BIM solutions. Furthermore he is in charge of corporate BIM standards and research collaborations. Prior to his appointment at MB, Maximilian worked as a visiting researcher at the Center for Integrated Facility Engineering (CIFE) at Stanford University. During his graduate studies he led his own research project on multimodel-based change order management. His bachelor’s thesis on the implementation of 5D technologies received multiple national awards. For his undergraduate studies he underwent a dual-studies program at MB, including an integrated apprenticeship as a concrete worker and assistance in project management of numerous construction projects in Germany. He holds a master of engineering in international construction management from the Technical University of Nürnberg, Germany.
Karina Borges Pagan (co-speaker): Working for Autodesk EMEA as Technical Consultant for over 10 years. BSc in Computer Science (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, 1996). Started my career as software engineering at the Brazilian Telecom (Telebras) research centre in 1996. Software engineering experience in geographical information system, data management and BIM workflows.