This presentation will explore how and when to capitalize on technology to engage a range of stakeholders. Our focus will be on how social factors impact technology, and how they are used to engage stakeholders in major projects such as Salt Lake City International Airport. More than 200 stakeholders are engaged through the airport’s project progress using a massive virtual board, 150 Collaboration For Revit models, and advanced augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) visualization tools. With more than 2,000,000 square feet, $3 billion, 12 years of planning, and 5 years of design and construction, this large infrastructure project has defined a culture of collaboration for a design team of hundreds led by HOK.
- Learn how to develop common goals to achieve design-to-construction results
- Learn how to capitalize on, and sometimes tackle, technology for tangible design tools
- Learn how to use simple to complex technology platforms to communicate achievable outcomes
- Understand the benefits and limitations of social engagements driven by technology