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Case Studies: Using Autodesk Products for 5D Design and Construction in Mexico
Lecture    CR2483
Pablo Lezama Aguilar
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Description

This class shows the benefits of 5D in different building types. We show examples of 5D in the following: (1) Precast: In Mexico City there are currently 2.3 million cars. That�s around 1,533 cars per square kilometer, which means a big problem for the population. The main solution for this problem was the construction of an elevated highway. Laser scanning helped us sort out many of the issues. We joined the point cloud and the project model together for clash detection, constructive simulations, cinematic studies, logistics for conflict solution and detailing; (2) Civil: Last year Mexico hosted the G20 summit. Presidents who attended this summit represent 90% of world's GDP. The event took place in a convention center that was built in a record time of 5 months. Using 5D was essential to deliver the building on time. We performed several constructive simulations for detecting schedule deviations, laser scanning for quality control, and daily progress monitoring for stakeholders.

Key Learnings

  • Describe the benefits of 5D in different building types
  • Describe different laser scanner solutions for construction
  • List different Autodesk products for 5D
  • Explain the importance of communication between stakeholders in the decision-making process

Speakers

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Pablo Lezama is a Mexican Architect graduated from Universidad Iberoamericana. He has 8 years of professional experience in design and construction. Pablo is leading the structure department in ICAbim (The BIM division inside ICA, which is the largest construction company in Mexico) and is in charge of modeling precast, specialized and heavy construction. He has also been involved in more than 25 infrastructure projects including: elevated highways, bridges, water treatment plants, and subways among others. Pablo is a PMP since 2011.
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