This session will be an overview of current Revit software workflows for electrical contractors, the difficulties they present, and how the GTP electrical add-in solves them. Learn how to automate conduit scheduling and data management within Revit software to solve some of the biggest scheduling problems. See how information from estimators and engineers can be used to drive project standards. Find out about ways that the field can provide information for modeling staff, see information from the model, and ensure that the model includes changes and information requested. This session features Revit and Navisworks Manage. AIA Approved
- Understand how some out-of-the-box solutions don’t work for electrical contractors
- See the solutions being developed by GTP Services
- Explore the benefits and identify opportunities to provide value to the Construction Team
- See how a contractor is currently using the application to improve workflows
I am a Journeyman Electrician with over 25 years in the trade and have been working as a detailer/coordinator for over 7 years now using primarily Autodesk Revit and Navisworks Manage. I also have a passion for process improvement and have completed Six Sigma training through Villanova University. I strongly believe that construction is in the midst of the biggest change in recent history due to technology advancements. My goal is to help Valley Electric make the transition from “how we’ve always done things” to a new leaner and more efficient way using BIM processes and technologies.
Jared Regan is a graduate of Arizona State University from the Sustainable Energy, Materials, and Technology program and Barrett, The Honors College. Regan worked with content development, prefabrication workflows, and Building Information Modeling (BIM) software automation at a major electrical contractor for several years before moving on to join GTP Services developing solutions for electrical contractors, emphasizing engagement with job-site stakeholders and interoperability between applications, and increasing data without increasing labor.