The 2011 Christchurch Earthquakes in New Zealand decimated a city full of 500,000 people. Government and residents required fast and decisive action. Twelve years later, the rebuild continues. What would this city's rebuild look like now with all the new technology applied? Could we respond more rapidly? Could the city be carbon neutral? Would we focus on the same projects? Would the projects look different if we measured embodied carbon? Would we have greater collaboration and data analytics capture and use? Would we gain efficiencies? We will explore all this in this class. We'll have a recap of the event, the damage, the decisions made that set the ground for the next 20+ years of work, and how we might approach the planning, design, delivery, and future of the city and its anchor projects if we could do it all again. We'll explore and demonstrate key workflows, processes, data-informed decision making, and software with some of the real-world design-and-built projects. We will explore the implementation of InfraWorks software, Autodesk Forma, Dynamo, ReCap software, Autodesk Construction Cloud Pro, and Insight X and share our ideas for the future.