In this session, Jeff Metcalf, CIO from Layton Construction will be presenting how Layton, Forge and other Cloud Service APIs have been leveraged in order to integrate with CMiC, an internal ERP system, to reduce overhead and increase visibility into Key Performance Indicators across many projects using Autodesk Cloud Services including BIM360 (HQ) and BIM360 Field. (Joint AU/Forge DevCon class).
- Discover how Layton Construction uses BIM 360 APIs to integrate with their internal ERP system
- Discover how Layton Construction reduces overhead by streamlining the data entry process with integration with BIM 360
- Discover how Layton Construction uses Autodesk Cloud Services for data entry and collection with web and mobile devices
- Discover how Layton Construction harvested data from Autodesk Cloud Services in bulk for analytic review
Keith White is an experienced architect and software developer with over 20 years of experience in building design and construction, and a passion for Building Information Modeling (BIM). Currently, Keith is a technical consultant with Autodesk Consulting, developing solutions for customers in AutoCAD, Revit and Navisworks desktop software and Autodesk cloud services such as Glue, Field, and the Forge Platform. Prior to joining Autodesk, Inc. in 2015, Keith developed custom solutions for the precast concrete industry in Revit software. He was also a partner in an architecture firm, where he worked for 12 years on numerous architectural projects and project types in addition to his roles in CAD/BIM/IT management, training, and the leading of firm-wide adoption of technology strategies. In addition to his AEC experiences, Keith has also developed and taught classes for AutoCAD software and Revit software for the University of West Florida.
Jeff Metcalf is the Director of Information Systems at Layton Construction.He has been with the company for 17 years, 3 in his current position and as a Controller prior to that.He manages the ERP system, overseeing and directing development and implementation of new functionality along with training and instructing.He also leads a team of VDC professionals.Jeff holds a BS in accounting and an MBA.He is an adjunct professor at the BYU school of technology in the Facilities and Construction Management Master’s program.