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Outside the Box: Pushing the Limits and Traditional Uses of BIM 360 Field
Instructional Demo    CS124226
Joshua Lannen
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Description

Many areas of BIM 360 software appear to serve a singular purpose or serve primarily the building industry. However, with some creative thinking and front-end work, BIM 360 can be a total project documentation and tracking software for change order management, fieldwork tracking, multiple miniproject tracking, material tracking, and critical schedule milestones. All of these things can be accomplished with expanding the uses of issues, tasks, and equipment modules, and working with their frameworks to create a complete and thorough database for managing your project resources and schedules, not only in the building industry, but also in the civil and utility sides of construction.

Key Learnings

  • Think outside the box to use new and creative ways to maximize tasks, equipment, and issues to deliver strong tracking workflows
  • Learn how to integrate and make connections between issues, tasks, and equipment to ensure critical project deliverables do not get missed or lost in a sea of data
  • Understand the collection of data and how to best set up your project and project users for success
  • Understand BIM 360 reporting structure with both packaged reports and custom exports to maximize your ability to deliver quality and timely information to your project teams

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Josh Lannen's current position with BOND Brothers is a quality assurance / quality control (QA/QC) manager, and he oversees BIM 360 software deployment. Lannen started his career in 2000 with Turner Construction working on projects for clients such as Liberty Mutual, Blue Cross Blue Shield Association, and Harvard Business School. Over the last 16 years, he has held the positions of field engineer, assistant superintendent, superintendent, and project manager. Lannen was a key team member on the Tata Hall project for Harvard Business School, where he provided support and technical assistance in addition to the utilization of BIM 360 software to its full capabilities. In his current role as QA/QC manager for BOND, he oversees the quality program and BIM 360 software database for the entire company. He is continually improving best practices and keeping the company current on industry advances and trends. Lannen earned a BS in civil engineering from Northeastern University and is a member in good standing with American Society of Civil Engineers.
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