To date, created and collected asset data has been siloed within its respective native software, forcing users to extract information from each software and aggregate it to create a custom electronic deliverable. This is a very time-consuming manual process with inconsistent deliverables to owners. Cross-platform workflows in the Autodesk, Inc., suite has enabled information to be passed from one software to the next, resulting in a more-aggregated, seamless deliverable. Class attendees will learn how to capitalize on the Autodesk suite of products (Navisworks software, BIM 360 Glue software, BIM 360 Field software, Building Ops software) to efficiently tie the intelligent model and collected asset data together for better use and navigation of the closeout deliverable. We will highlight a recently completed project that adopted Building Ops software as an asset management tool, gaining efficiency in the facility management process. This session features Building Ops, BIM 360 Field, and BIM 360 Glue. AIA Approved
- Learn cross-platform workflows using the Autodesk suite of tools to streamline the data-management process
- Learn how to create a project-specific plan that enables for a valuable owner deliverable
- Learn how to implement the best practices for model linking and for collecting construction data
- Understand how models and data collected/used throughout the construction process can be capitalized on by building owners and facility managers
Shannon Lightfoot is an integrated member and a practical leader with the ability to direct project teams in planning, integrating, and executing virtual design and construction practices in all project phases. He strives to push technology innovation that brings value to project teams.
Field Solutions Manager, McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. Jeff supports McCarthy as an internal consultant driving productivity, efficiency and change throughout the organization. Jeff provides support to field project staff and functional department to solve problems, and work with business areas to implement changes/solutions. As part of Jeff’s role he researches new technologies/trends affecting the construction industry, both internally and externally to provide guidance on how the company should respond to the rapidly changing technology landscape. Jeff works as part of a team that systematic evaluates/assessing ideas, identifying and overseeing pilot opportunities (i.e. ROI studies), and pushing solutions forward as large scale, value-add implementations for the company.