How can large, multidisciplinary projects be delivered in a streamlined and efficient way? Using the example of a recently delivered design of a 96,000-seat stadium featuring an enormous cable net roof, Mark will outline a unique approach to planning and implementing robust and efficient workflows that embrace the latest technological developments. The project was anchored in Autodesk Revit and Revit’s flexibility and openness was exploited to document and communicate a fully integrated building design with highly complex and irregular geometry. The class will introduce the application of “mass bespoke” thinking to a construction design project outlining how a change of mindset can demonstrably increase productivity and resilience to change. This class will change the way you think about design.
- Develop and optimise collaborative workflows between architects & engineers to eliminate waste & deliver outstanding designs
- Free up time to think, review, and test by knowing that the project delivery is robust and on track
- Provide an insight into the learning and development requirements of your team to compete in the digital age
- Optimise solutions that are sustainable, coordinated, buildable and can be flexible to accommodate future change
Mark Fyson is a structural engineer in Arup’s UK Newcastle office specialising in integrating innovative and progressive workflows into complex multidisciplinary projects. Mark has helped deliver many iconic, award-winning buildings including the Leadenhall Building, The London Aquatics Centre, and most recently Libeskind’s Durham University Physics Building and KKAA’s V&A Museum in Dundee. Mark also leads Arup funded research projects to introduce disruptive technologies and thinking to the construction sector and to find new ways of working to rapidly and interactively appraise options and deliver demanding building projects. In 2016 Mark was named the Young Structural Engineer of the Year for the Northern Counties in recognition of his contribution to the industry.