In this class, you'll see how BIM 360 is being utilised at the heart of the largest higher education build project in the UK with workflows through design, off-site manufacturing, and asset information capture through the power of barcodes. We are working with Balfour Beatty and NG Bailey, and to University of Manchester requirements, in a collaborative BIM-managed process to deliver and integrate true digital construction. See and learn how we are using the BIM 360 platform to manage collaborative design through Revit, Navisworks, and BIM 360 Glue. Through construction management with tagged assets we are driving increased quality and safety procedures on-site, and linking to off-site module construction for the M&E services.
Caroline Shaw is the BIM Coordinator for Balfour Beatty on the MECD Project in Manchester, a role which involves implementation, support and management of the Autodesk BIM 360 platform across all aspects of the build. Caroline has over ten yearsÕ experience within the construction industry, with a focus on information management through various online systems and ensuring compliance with the project and client requirements.
Having worked in a multidisciplinary design and build environment for 24 years, Steve Rudge has vast knowledge of the problems that will be encountered on projects of all sizes, and provides suitable solutions. SteveÕs main expertise lies in the design, construction, and management workflow of information and technology requirements to ensure a project meets the full requirements and data is reused through the delivery.