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Improving Job-Site Transparency Using Custom Reports and BIM 360 Field APIs
David Burns, Ryan Moret
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Description

The McCarthy team is capitalizing on BIM 360 Field software to track quality and progress on various building elements. As a result, they had several custom reporting requirements to regularly report out on. A custom building-equipment tracking report called the "Quality Log" involves the use of the equipment module, the checklist modules, and the issues module in BIM 360 Field software. The custom report enables project teams to see the status of any equipment item: all the properties associated with it, the status of any associated checklists, and the number of open and closed issues. We will cover how to use the equipment module in some creative ways to help us manage the construction progress. With Autodesk APIs, we are able to get a succinct report that can give a quick overview of the project’s health. This session features BIM 360 Field. AIA Approved

Key Learnings

  • Learn about BIM 360 Field API services
  • Understand how BIM 360 services can be used to create custom applications specific to the firm—rather than using the standard BIM 360 templates for equipment reports
  • Understand the basics of Quartz Net reporting tools, Windows Azure Services
  • Understand how the equipment module can be used to track the health and progress of our job sites

Speakers

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David Burns
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Ryan Moret graduated from Texas A&M University’s College of Architecture with a Bachelor of Science degree in construction science in 2010. His first assignment upon graduation was the Carl R. Darnall Army Medical Center in Fort Hood, Texas. He started work at the project as a new project engineer, and over the course of 4 years worked his way up to assistant superintendent. He provided job-site level support and implementation for BIM 360 Field software for this pioneer project within McCarthy Building Companies, and he opened doors for further implementation. He utilized equipment tracking within BIM 360 Field software to efficiently track materials, installation, and quality issues throughout the job site. Moret is now the field solutions manager for the Texas and Southwest regions of McCarthy, where he focuses on new technology implementation, deployment, and process improvement concentrated around the use of technology. When Moret is not at work, he enjoys volunteering, biking, going to the gym, watching movies, and indulging in all-you-can-eat salad bars
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