This presentation will focus on the lifecycle management of the UCHealth Longs Peak Hospital, from design through facility maintenance (FM) and operations, by using Building Information Modeling (BIM) deliverables, and using the integration among various compatible Autodesk programs, processes, and workflows. This class will be a case study of the solutions used to fabricate and construct a $110 million, 220,000-square-foot hospital in 14 months, as well as a live demonstration of the programs that support interoperability (Revit software, Navisworks software, BIM 360 Field software, BIM 360 Glue software, BIM 360 Ops software, and ARCHIBUS). Although the integration of these programs provided tremendous benefits to the construction team, facility managers, and owners through Lifecycle BIM and Quick Response (QR) Codes, there were still challenges to overcome. Attendees will gain experience through applying lessons learned, tracking accountability with complex systems and distributed software programs, and exploring how collaboration was vital to the project's success.
- Understand lifecycle management from concept to operability via BIM and integrating various Autodesk programs and workflows
- Understand the integration workflow across platforms (AutoCAD MEP, Fabrication CADmep, and Revit to BIM 360 Glue to BIM 360 Field)
- Understand the influence of BIM 360 Glue, BIM 360 Field, and QR Codes
- Learn to implement BIM 360 Glue and BIM 360 Field features to create effective QA/QC, punch lists that were recorded and completed in record time, and workflow sequences
I am the Director of Virtual Design & Construction at Haselden Construction. He is a registered architect, a teacher, a construction executive and a lifelong learner. He provides strategic and innovative direction to his company and aspires to improve the industry through process improvement and leveraging technology. Robert is a core member of the Denver Lean Construction Institute Community of Practice (LCI CoP) and an instructor at the University of Colorado College of Architecture and Planning. Robert is also the recipient of the Top 20 Under 40 Mountain States Region, as well as a founding member of the Denver VDC Cooperative Peer group.
Lauren is a Virtual Design & Construction Specialist for Haselden Construction, a Top 40 regional General Contractor, based in Centennial, Colorado. Within her first year in the industry, she has spearheaded 4D modeling, Navisworks clash and prefabrication coordination, and BIM 360 Field and Glue integration with QR Codes on $110 million, 220,000 square foot hospital, built in 14 months. She earned her Bachelor of Architecture degree from Clemson University with a minor in Spanish, and her Engineering Master’s degree from the Construction Engineering Management Program at the University of Colorado. She is Co-Chair of the Haselden Lean In group, a member of CU Denver's - Construction Engineering Management Advisory Board, and the Warren Village Young Professionals Steering Committee, and a guest lecturer at the University of Colorado. Lauren is published in the ASCE’s Journal of Architectural Engineering, on Building Energy Optimization Software.
Mike is the BIM Manager for UCHealth - a rapidly growing healthcare system based in Colorado. The system includes the University of Colorado Hospital, ranked among the top 15 hospitals in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. The hospital is also ranked No. 1 in Colorado and 11 of the hospital’s specialties are ranked among the nation’s best. Mike is implementing BIM across the system and among other functions is using it to support computerized maintenance and management systems (CMMS) and integrated workspace management systems (IWMS). Mike is collaborating with design and construction teams to ensure the UCHealth BIM standards and requirements are met. Beyond typical BIM uses, Mike’s goals are to “bring BIM to the masses” beyond Facilities, Design + Construction including infection control, life safety and disaster preparedness, and clinical engineering. Mike believes the models are the core for CMMS, IWMS, and several other areas. Prior to UCHealth Mike managed BIM for a joint venture that constructed the Ft. Belvoir Community Hospital, a $960M project with a congressionally mandated end date. The project won the Washington, D.C. AGC Best Use of BIM, New Construction, Projects of $150M award. Mike has presented at several other functions including the BIMForum, Society of Military Engineers, Advancing Field Technology 2016, and numerous other events. Mike holds an AGC CM-BIM certificate and has also taught the AGC CM-BIM classes. Mike has held positions as a VDC Manager, CAD Administrator, Sr. CPM Scheduling Engineer, and database developer. Mike has a B.S., Information Systems Management, summa cum laude.