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Cloud Collaboration and Successful Integrated Project Delivery
Industry Talk    BLD125505
PAUL MCGILLY
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Brown University School of Engineering is a true IPD (integrated project delivery) project in the United States. BuroHappold Engineering and KieranTimberlake, along with Shawmut Design and Construction and their trade partners, created a plan that would involve complete live collaboration between all parties utilizing Collaboration for Revit cloud service. This involved all parties working in a live model environment while developing their design. Trade partners would be simultaneously coordinating all building systems in preparation for construction. Developing a seamless transition from design to construction model was an opportunity. The team was able to design in Revit software while creating content that was ready for fabrication. The process continued through construction using BIM 360 Glue software for final conflict resolution and then onto BIM Field 360 software, ensuring coordinated installation of all services. You will learn best practices and optimum setup enabling smooth movement of data from team to team and platform to platform for all project scales.

Key Learnings

  • Discover BuroHappold`s best practice in project setup of multidiscipline models using Collaboration for Revit as a common data environment
  • Understand the ideal workflow to enable trade partners and the design team to share and create information for construction
  • Learn how to efficiently communicate and coordinate clashes within the team before site construction
  • Learn about optimal insertion of asset data into your design model

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Paul has been part of the AEC industry for nearly 18 years. He started his career in Glasgow, Scotland and then took the opportunity to move to the global firm BuroHappold Engineering. In that time Paul took time to experience cultures and countries that are part of the global BH network.He has been responsible along with the global leadership in creating and implementing our BIM and Digital Design strategy, standards, global training, exit strategy from AutoCAD to full BIM and full support to 5 regional offices in the US
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