The Infrastructure Symposium general session includes the welcome address, the highlights on a few key projects, the presentation of the 2014 Excellence in Infrastructure winners, and an overview of the symposium sessions to follow. The symposium provides peer-networking opportunities across owner/operators and the network of engineering, design, and construction firms focused on supporting infrastructure projects and managing asset lifecycles. The Infrastructure Symposium is 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
For over 25 years, Doug Eberhard has created and implemented innovative computer model-based solutions on over $120 Billion of Capital Planning, Design, Engineering, and Construction projects around the world. At Autodesk, Doug leads a team of industry experts focused on technology innovation and adoption across global Infrastructure projects and owner organizations. As the former CTO of Parsons Brinckerhoff, Doug was responsible for driving new technologies, processes and deliverables to a host of infrastructure client projects and managed several computer modeling, simulation, visualization and technology groups during his 18 years there. Doug's more notable projects include implementation of BIM for the $ 21B NYC World Trade Center Rebuilding Program Construction Management, the $780M NYCT Fulton Street Transit Center, both Public and Private Information Websites for the NYC Lower Manhattan rebuilding plan and Internet-based Program Management Systems for General Motors, AT&T, FEMA, Network Rail, NYC MTA, Caltrans and the Singapore Ministry of Environment. Doug has been a featured speaker at numerous industry, media and academic events and is a founding member of the National Academy of Sciences Transportation Research Board - Geometric Visualization Committee. Doug was named to the Carnegie Mellon Presidents Advisory Board in 2007, served on Stanford University's CIFE Technical Advisory Committee and has been an advisor to several AEC companies and industry consortia.