This infrastructure symposium session is a Building Information Modeling (BIM) discussion focused on effective practices between owners and the engineering ecosystem regarding large transportation projects. Do you manage infrastructure projects involving airports, rail, or ports? Do you work for an engineering firm that provides engineering, design, or construction on those projects? This session is for you if your projects often cross multiple designs (architectural, structural, mechanical, and civil); if they require intense collaboration across design disciplines, owners, and construction contractors; and if they require a BIM manager. Get advice from BIM experts in the industry and participate in a discussion regarding needs and perspectives from both owners and the engineering/contractor ecosystem. This is a breakout to the Infrastructure Symposium on Monday.
- Learn from your peers
- Connect with owners and the engineering network
- Explore new technologies, new workflows, and effective practices
- Engage with experts on workflows, BIM, and technology
Peter has over 25 years of experience in the development, design and program management of transportation infrastructure, aviation, and rail projects. Prior to Autodesk, Peter held various leadership positions in major US based engineering consulting firms and with the Bay Area Transit District (BART) leading major transportation projects and programs in the US and globally. At Autodesk, , Peter is engaged in several significant rail related projects for Autodesk, including HS 2 in the UK and the Qatar Rail Program. Peter is a Board Member of the American Public Transit Association (APTA) and the Chair of APTA's High Speed and Intercity Rail Committee. Peter is a native of San Francisco and has BA in Political Science and Economics from UC Berkeley, and an MA in City Planning and MS in Transportation Science from the University of Pennsylvania, and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners.