Self-perform detailing efforts can be a complex process. Using a lean process called a Kaizen Event, Skanska gathered a team of in-house stakeholders to develop a workflow for the firm's self-perform Revit detailing. The process starts at project award, through final lift-drawing delivery and placement of the work. Several templates and documents were developed to guide the process and will be shared with attendees. This class will demonstrate early engagement with the project team to develop detailing scope and budget, meeting with designers to understand their models and relay how you intend to use them, lift drawing planning, embed procurement strategies, lift drawing formatting and scheduling, quality assurance/quality control of lift drawings, and management of drawings with the field. Contractors that model their self-perform work and have struggled with these topics will benefit from this class.
- Learn strategies for collaborating with designers and their models
- Discover tools developed for scheduling lift drawing delivery
- Learn proven methods for lift drawing QA/QC
- Learn about Skanska’s embed procurement, detailing, and placing process
Mark has been working in design and construction for 33 years, and has been focusing on construction detailing, and the process surrounding detailing for the past 19 years.