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Roundtable    BLD227178-R
The Complete BIM Team: Engaging Late Adopters for Improved AEC Project Delivery
Johnny Fortune
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Description

Is your project team doing full BIM (Building Information Modeling)? Many project teams are well-versed in using BIM and want to harness the intrinsic power of BIM with the distinct purpose of improving architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) project delivery. Unfortunately, all too often the full potential is not realized when a few project stakeholders or team members have not yet adopted BIM. This generally causes the team as a whole to perform less than optimally, and hampers enhanced project delivery. Do you want to know the challenges of the project team when there is less than a full BIM approach? Together, let’s discover how project delivery is enhanced when everyone uses BIM. Do you want to know how you get the whole team on board? Join this roundtable to learn from other professionals, and brainstorm solutions for engaging late adopters to improve the AEC project delivery.

Key Learnings

  • Discover the challenges associated with project delivery when not all team members utilize BIM
  • Understand what other professionals have done to overcome diminished results due to late adoption
  • Discover benefits of an all-BIM team
  • Learn how to engage the late adopters to improve AEC project delivery

Speakers

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Johnny Fortune serves as BIM director at Bullock Tice Associates in Pensacola, Florida and has led the complete transition from CAD to BIM production for the firm and directs the company's overall BIM strategies, standards, technology operations, and integration with external team members. He is currently a member of several national committees, including the National CAD Standards Project Committee, the United States National BIM Standard Project Committee, and the United States Army Corps of Engineers / Industry BIM CIM Consortium. Additionally, he is immediate past chair of the buildingSMART alliance® Board of Direction and is a contributing author for several national/federal standards documents. He has often presented on the topic of standards at venues such as Autodesk University, BIMForum, National Institute of Building Sciences Innovation Conference and Expo, GeoBuiz, and various Society of American Military Engineer and Construction Specification Institute chapter events.
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