Has your organization fully embraced the BIM revolution and are you realizing the benefits and overcoming the challenges involving BIM for Civil Infrastructure/AEC from planning to design to construction to life-cycle O&M? This roundtable focuses on lessons learned, best practices, and costs-benefits for BIM deployments in Wisconsin for comparative civil infrastructure highway and site civil design and construction projects. Attend this roundtable to interactively discuss and demo the benefits and challenges to get the most out of BIM.
- Strategically plan Civil Infrastructure/AEC BIM Deployments.
- Develop BIM Project Execution Plans (PxPs).
- Improve BIM Tools and Technologies worksflows.
- Improve BIM Cost-Benefits Return-On-Investment (ROI).
Lance Parve, MSEng, P.G.<br/><br/>Lance works as a Sr. Project Engineer/CIM Coordinator for the WisDOT in SE Freeways. His work involves planning, design, and construction of transportation projects greater than $500 million and also provides CIM-CAD-GIS, 3D technologies, and LiDAR survey coordination and support. Working for WisDOT since 2007 involving public sector work, with 15 years previous involvement in private sector civil and environmental infrastructure work, he has been involved in numerous successful planning, design, and construction mega-major transportation projects at WisDOT. He has a MS Engineering degree, MS Certificate Urban Planning GIS degree, and a BS Geological Sciences degree from the UW-Milwaukee. He also is Co-chairperson of the CIM-VDC Subcommittee of the National Academy of Sciences Transportation Research Board (TRB) ABJ95 Visualization in Transportation Committee