In this session we will be taking an in-depth look at the collaborative workflows of one of the most innovative projects in the North America. We will focus on the strategy behind a sports and entertainment complex that HNTB and Mortenson have used with Revizto to ensure organized coordination for their extremely aggressive design and construction schedule. Joel Jacobson of Mortenson and Allyn Polancic of HNTB will walk through their ideal workflow of how Revizto streamlined coordination and allowed them to get more out of their existing technology investments.
- How to cut out manual, time-consuming tasks that add zero value to your project.
- Streamlining collaborative issue tracking through your existing platforms like Revit, Navisworks, Fab MEP, Tekla and Autocad.
- : Grasp the potential of location aware intelligent sheets on your project for coordination and reporting.
- Breaking down barriers between Design and Construction
Joel Jacobson has a passion for defining innovative use of technology to support large-scale and high-profile projects for Mortenson. Prior to joining Mortenson, Joel spent his early professional career managing BIM implementation for premier architecture firms in and around the Chicagoland area. Since joining Mortenson, Joel has successfully managed Virtual Design & Construction on numerous projects spanning multiple market sectors and regions. Joel is currently working on a project in Vegas
Mark is an extremely passionate professional when it comes to efficient project coordination. He has worked with customers around the Globe and has helped them incorporate Revizto into their already complex workflow. With the nature of Revizto’s intuitiveness, there are hundreds of successful Revizto workflows Mark is involved with weekly. With that knowledge, Mark is able to listen to each firm’s current workflow and give them a jump started into firm wide adoption of Revizto.
Ally is interested in complex geometry, automation, and data-driven solutions in all aspects of the architecture, engineering, and construction industries. Her expertise is in virtual design and construction (VDC) and building information modeling (BIM) project delivery for high-profile, international, multi-billion-dollar projects with challenging design features and timelines. Ally currently serves HNTB as a Manager of Design Technology, applying technology initiatives and workflows across HNTB's architecture studios nationwide. Ally holds a Bachelor of Architecture from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona and is an award-winning researcher, guest instructor, and speaker to academic and professional organizations around the world.