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Closing the Digital Loop: The Practical Application of BIM from Design to Operation
Elliott Crossley
Autodesk University
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Concluding the class presented at Autodesk University 2015, Elliott Crossley returns to discuss the construction phase of a £330 million project in the UK. This class reveals the strategy and workflows involved in integrating fabrication information back into the Building Information Model, divulging the toolbox of a multidisciplinary design team at BDP from inception to completion, challenging current technology throughout, to deliver an Asset Information Model suitable for use in building operation.

Key Learnings

  • Learn how to use Autodesk tools through the construction phase of a project
  • Develop a strategy to work with fabrication information
  • Design better buildings
  • Learn how to prepare a model for handover to FM


Elliott Crossley
Elliott is part of the Project Technology Group and associate at BDP. Along with a track record of delivering large-scale, award-winning projects, Elliott researches, develops, and applies emerging technology to deliver the best possible product for clients. Experienced in multidisciplinary design projects, Elliott manages the use of technology across multiple professions and offices within BDP, informing standards and best practice. Currently engaged in a wide range of projects and initiatives, Elliott is recognised for his ability to deliver innovative solutions with a combination of enthusiasm, strong work ethic, and positive attitude under pressure. Elliott is a Chartered Architectural Technologist, having worked at BDP since 2009.


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