We invite you to take advantage of another free webinar, sponsored by Graphisoft and presented by Architectural Record. The recorded webinar examines alternative project delivery – an increasingly important tool for firms seeking ways to make use of collaboration in a tough economic climate.
This webinar – focusing on a hospital complex, an intricate and multi-layered project, will help prepare you to respond to client demand for BIM with better and more integrated tools and an provide an understanding for collaborative working through the integrated project delivery team model.
Integrated project teams stand to benefit the most from the rewards offered by building information modeling. BIM proponents know that those rewards increase whenever the technology is deployed along with a delivery method that keeps all members of a collaborative team on the same page. Key stakeholders in a project can be kept up to date on progress. This AIA Certified Course will profile how a design and construction team currently working on a 289-bed hospital complex on the Mission Bay campus of the University of California, San Francisco, are relying on such a process. Although the approximately $1.5 billion project will not be complete until 2014, they are already realizing benefits.
- Discover how a non-traditional project delivery method combined with technology can optimize results of a project
- Identify tools and methodologies being successfully employed by a current integrated design and construction team
- Identify Results to Date from the perspective of the Architect, Contractor and Owner
- Identify keys to success for combining BIM with Alternate Project Delivery
Introduction: Viktor Varkonyi, Chief Executive Officer, Graphisoft
Moderator: Joann Gonchar, Senior Editor, Architectural Record
George Pfeffer, Executive Vice President, DPR Construction
Ann Killeen, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, Managing Principal, Stantec
J. Stuart Eckblad, AIA, Director, Design & Construction, UCSF Medical Center
Presented by Architectural Record, Sponsored by Graphisoft