Autodesk University
Hands-on Lab    CR3095-L
Getting Control of the Project: Improving Model-Based Layout Using Survey Control
Shayne Hamel
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Description

Establishing control on the jobsite is essential for doing layout with a total station. Without control points, the BIM data can't be referenced to the physical jobsite. Control can be established many different ways. The object is to establish the most accurate control that you can to ensure efficient multi-trade model-based layout. This hands-on lab highlights the new features of the Get The Point (GTP) plug-in for improving survey control workflows within AutoCAD®, Revit®-based software, and Navisworks® Manage software.

Key Learnings

  • Distinguish between State Plane and Universal Transverse Mercator coordinate systems
  • Set up a project for aligning coordinate systems between multiple-trade BIM models
  • Create and align to a shared coordinate system in AutoCAD and Revit-based software
  • Establish survey control for an improved model-based layout workflow

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Graduated from the University of Oregon in 1998Lead developer with Quote Software, Inc. from 1998 to 2009Co-Founded Get the Point, LLC in 2010, Lead developer on leading edge Construction Layout softwareIn 2013 Autodesk aquired all technology assets from Get the Point, LLC and quickly released Autodesk Point Layout to the BIM market. Shayne joined Autodesk to lead development of this product.
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As an assistant virtual design and construction (VDC) manager and project engineer for Clayco Corp., Ashwin Ramesh is responsible for management and implementation of Building Information Modeling (BIM) / VDC on projects. He is also responsible for the support of project staff to maintain or improve accuracy, reduce risk, and gain efficiency capitalizing on technology in the field. Ramesh’s experience includes work in the fields of virtual reality, laser scanning, MEP (mechanical, electrical, and plumbing) coordination, and projecttofacilities data management on residential and healthcare projects—and recently, layout management and control on an industrial project. Ramesh’s focus is to work directly with the project team and in the field, which would give him exposure to the daily challenges and tasks of improving productivity and quality. Ramesh was also a part of a research group at Pennsylvania State University, and he is coauthor of the “BIM Planning Guide for Facility Owners.”
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Shannon Lightfoot is an integrated member and a practical leader with the ability to direct project teams in planning, integrating, and executing virtual design and construction practices in all project phases. He strives to push technology innovation that brings value to project teams.
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Zach Crumal currently works for Autodesk as a Product Support Specialist for Autodesk Point Layout. Formerly with Get The Point (GTP), Zach worked as Lead Sales/Support/Training for Construction and MEP firms across the country. He has worked as a BIM Specialist for Saunders Construction in Colorado and currently lives in Denver. He has his B.A in Architecture from the University of Colorado at Boulder.
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