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How 360-Degree Reality Capture Moves the Needle for a $1.2 Billion Construction Project

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    Andrew Cameron, project manager with Hensel Phelps, will share his insights from pioneering 360-degree reality capture on his project, the $1.2 billion Harvey Milk Terminal 1 at the San Francisco International Airport, since 2016. He and his team of 16 field engineers have worked closely with HoloBuilder over the last three years to invent and build out many of the workflows and features that are essential on tens of thousands of construction sites around the world today, including 360-degree markups and the JobWalk app itself. He will discuss how to use 360-degree documentation to drive value on a billion-dollar project for the client, stakeholders, and his project team. He will also share his experiences of how to successfully partner with construction technology providers to build the technologies you always wanted. To highlight the team’s successful innovation partnership, he will reveal the latest co-developed solutions to speed up and even automate reality capture on projects.

    Key Learnings

    • Learn how to effectively deploy 360-degree reality capture on a billion dollar project with multiple field engineers who capture
    • Learn about how to increase value for the owner and stakeholder relations on a mission-critical project using reality capture
    • Learn about the future of reality capture and how it will impact the industry
    • Gain a checklist on how to effectively work with technology partners to drive value for your project