We all have great Building Information Modeling (BIM) standards we've developed and nurtured for years, but we also realize that technology can only take us so far. Innovation in team and process are critical to making your firm's BIM + virtual design and construction (VDC) initiative successful. CannonDesign's VDC leaders, Brian Skripac and Liz Price, will share how rethinking the firm's BIM strategy and redefining its project deliverables to speak to a new VDC mindset will drive value and more deeply engage the firm's broader Practice Integration initiative.
- Learn how to develop VDC content as a baseline for success
- Learn how to use content to drive consistency among all project deliverables
- Understand, plan, and execute project deliverables
- Understand how teams collaborate to accomplish project goals and outcomes
Liz Price is the Digital Asset Manager and a Virtual Design & Construction (VDC) Leader for CannonDesign, an internationally renowned design firm with 15 offices and 1,000 employees worldwide. Equipped with a dynamic understanding of digital design technologies, Liz now leads the integration of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and VDC into the firm’s design and construction process.Liz joined CannonDesign in 2017 with more than 15 years experience leading BIM implementation and management for design firms of all size and scale. With CannonDesign, she brings firmwide leadership in the development and implementation of BIM-related content, templates, standards and workflows that relate to all stages of the project-delivery process.She focuses on creating a strong BIM & VDC culture across CannonDesign and constantly advancing our teams and clients digital design experience. Additionally, Liz has experience working in collaborative BIM-enabled project delivery models including IPD and design assist projects.A nationally respected voice in the profession, Liz frequently speaks on BIM and VDC-related topics and emerging trends at key industry events including the AIA National Convention and Autodesk University. She has also taught BIM courses at Purdue University and the Art Institute of Indianapolis.
Brian Skripac is a leader within CannonDesign’s BIM and Digital Practice team who continually drives innovation by merging technology and practice. He has 20 years of industry experience, with the last 10 focusing on the integration of BIM to transform the design and project delivery process. Brian has successfully developed and managed BIM-enabled delivery systems for large efforts in Design-Led Construction. In addition, he focuses on the use of BIM to capture and structure relevant facility data, implementing the value BIM brings to facility owners from an interoperable lifecycle management strategy. Brian holds a bachelor of science in architecture from The Ohio State University and he is a LEED accredited professional. A thought-leader in this field, he is an advisory group member and past-chair of the AIA National Technology in Architectural Practice Knowledge Community and serves on the BIMForum committee responsible for authoring the LOD Specification.