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Capturing Existing Conditions to Use in BIM

May 7, 2020 at 2:00 pm ET

The use of BIM is growing.  Digital twins (digital data about a facility) are changing the way the public sector works, allowing quick evaluations and better predictions of design alternatives during construction and renovation. 

Gain knowledge on how to move existing conditions into BIM and how this can help you maintain and manage your facilities operations – insight on how your facility is performing today, and how it will perform in the future.

See how your team can:

  o Determine which data to collect, and how to collect it
  o Update existing drawings into models
  o Integrate your data into other systems

You'll be provided with a road
map to BIM and steps beyond.

Chris Bjork, Building Process Coordinator, Minnesota Dept. of Transportation
     Chris Bjork works as a Building Process Coordinator within the Minnesota Department of Transportation’s Building Services Section. With input from the functional and asset management sections, Chris has served as the Technical Liaison for the Research and Implementation projects investigating reality capture technologies and their potential for building construction and management purposes.

Joe Eichenseer, Building Solutions Manager, IMAGINiT Technologies
     Joe leads a team of IMAGINiT's dedicated services professionals who ensure that the people, technology and processes exist to provide the best possible solution for clients every time. Joe and his team provide leadership to organizations through the process of selecting, implementing, and optimizing software solutions. They engineer new workflow processes that dramatically improve productivity and efficiency. Specializing in the customization, optimization, and integration of Autodesk building design products, Joe helps organizations navigate the road to Building Information Modeling (BIM).  His years of experience in the industry make him an able leader in the management of cultural changes.

Jay Meszar, Senior Applications Expert, Reality Capture Services, IMAGINiT Technologies
     As a reality capture specialist with expertise in civil engineering, Jay offers a broad industry overview that comes from years of field experience.  His vast experience allows him to help organizations make the most of Leica Geosystems and Autodesk solutions.  He understands the workflow from point cloud collection to design presentation and helps teams ensure they’re working with the best tools for the job.

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