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More than the Model—A360 Teams for Architectural Project Management
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Jerico Prater
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Description

This class will demonstrate effective workflows for using the various features of A360 Team for coordination and collaboration on projects. We will explore the differences when using the platform for internal coordination within a single firm versus external coordination with many firms in the same A360 Team space. We will show how to utilize the commenting tools to effectively coordinate, reducing printing needs or the need to employ additional software platforms. Additionally, we will demonstrate workflows utilizing the Wiki feature of A360 Team to document design decisions, enabling greater team understanding of the project and reducing conflicts. This session features A360 Team and Collaboration for Revit. AIA Approved

Key Learnings

  • Learn about effective project collaboration using A360 Teams
  • Learn how to utilize the Wiki feature to track design decisions in the cloud
  • Understand the benefits of using A360 Teams for internal versus external collaboration
  • Learn how to reduce printing by utilizing digital markups

Speakers

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Jerico Prater leads the design technology environment in the Woods Bagot Architects’ New York City studio. A registered architect and LEED Accredited Professional, Prater has over 15 years’ experience in design and delivery for a wide range of projects. She specializes in BIM workflows and the use of advanced technologies to drive design quality, while maintaining focus on building data, systems integration, and flawless building execution. Prater has extensive experience working with multidisciplinary teams and engaging in many aspects of the architecture, engineering, and construction industry, including clash detection and preconstruction coordination, fabrication and construction sequencing, expedited document delivery, and project-design validation for clients.
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Sean McDonald
Sean McDonald is currently in charge of design technology process innovation and implementation as the Building Information Modeling (BIM) and design technology director at Pei Cobb Freed & Partners. He previously held positions as senior building information specialist at WeWork, senior building information specialist and IT manager at CASE Design, BIM and production manager at Shen Milsom & Wilke, and design technology manager at Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates.

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