Lewis Matthew Miller, AIA (senior project manager in University of Southern California's capital construction development department) and Ruby Xuewen Quan (Building Information Modeling program specialist in University of Southern California's Facilities Management Services) will describe current business challenges in USC's ecosystem of building design, construction, and facilities operations, as well as management processes, and resulting losses. The proposed object-oriented architecture of transmission project lifecycle management, acts as a counterpoint to commissioned IoT technologies.
- Understand business challenges USC is currently experiencing through a surge of redundant, yet nonconforming, modeled project information
- Learn from an owner’s perspective why a developing record Revit set is important throughout a building’s entire lifecycle
- Learn why USC is piloting the proposed “BIM 360 Docs with Revit” workflow adjustments
- Learn how to benefit from the initial results from BIM 360 Docs with Revit pilot programs
As a Senior Project Manager and Architect of Virtual Design and Construction Development, Lewis Matthew Miller provides guidance and direction, while educating project architects, engineers, and construction teams. In his role he sets project agendas that align with the University of Southern California's capital construction goals, which includes leveraging construction data for a projects total life-cycle, as well as, selecting contractual agreements that contribute to a projects shared rewards. Lewis educates project teams to successfully deliver tangible project results through the synthesis of advanced and traditional architectural processes. As an active AIA member Lewis participates within the advisory group of the AIA Technology in Architecture Practice Knowledge Community.
Xuewen (Ruby) Quan, is BIM Specialist of University of Southern California, dedicated in planning, organization and deliver Building Information Modeling services and activities to University. She is responsible for integrating spaces, occupant, system, process and technology using BIM models, leveraging BIM data from design and construction to operate and maintain, throughout the whole building lifecycle.