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Sure, we’ve designed BIM Track for BIM Coordination, and our clients love using it during the pre-construction phase for BIM coordination. But did you know that many people are leveraging the platform for many other uses?

This session will highlight some of the innovative and unusual ways BIM Track clients are using the platform. From health and safety to home renovations, design review and task management, Submittals, and Contract management. The list goes on and on with many different things you can do with an issue-tracking platform like BIM Track. And most with just some minor tweaks to your typical issue-based workflow.

Thanks for taking the time to explore these weird and wonderful applications of BIM Track with us during this session.

Learning | Areas we will be covering:

  • BIM Track issues best practices
  • Using BIM Track for task management
  • Project management with issues
  • S’more out-of-the-box uses for BIM Track “Issues”

Who's Presenting

Qui présente

Ahmed El Kettani

(Moderator)

International Account Executive - BIM Track

International Account Executive - BIM Track

Biographie

Trilingual Senior Lead Partner with a demonstrated history of working in the technology and Marketing sector. Skilled in Business Development, Portfolio Management, Consulting, Project Management, and Negotiation. Strong sales professional with over 11 years of experience in the Market.

Sure, we’ve designed BIM Track for BIM Coordination, and our clients love using it during the pre-construction phase for BIM coordination. But did you know that many people are leveraging the platform for many other uses?

This session will highlight some of the innovative and unusual ways BIM Track clients are using the platform. From health and safety to home renovations, design review and task management, Submittals, and Contract management. The list goes on and on with many different things you can do with an issue-tracking platform like BIM Track. And most with just some minor tweaks to your typical issue-based workflow.

Thanks for taking the time to explore these weird and wonderful applications of BIM Track with us during this session.

Learning | Areas we will be covering:

  • BIM Track issues best practices
  • Using BIM Track for task management
  • Project management with issues
  • S’more out-of-the-box uses for BIM Track “Issues”

Luc Nugent

Associate - IDEA Inc.

Over his 26 years in the industry, Luc has been challenged to constantly learn new software solutions while delivering more complex buildings in shorter spans of time. Luc works at the forefront of BIM development, applying new open-source parametric design and computational programming integrated within Revit and current design workflows.

Luc has performed the roles of draftsperson, job captain, construction administrator, specification writer, QA/QC reviewer, technical trainer, full-time site reviewer, production team planning and management, computer programming, computational designer, project coordinator, and mentor.

On a more personal front... Luc loves exploring new ideas and places and he has taken up gardening!

Carl Storms

Technical Solutions Lead - BIM Track

Drawing on his 20+ years of experience in architecture, engineering, and construction, Carl shares a practical and well-rounded understanding of BIM with clients. He’s worked in residential and commercial architecture, as well as construction, with 10 years of teaching experience at both the collegiate and industry level. This experience aids him in providing the business case for BIM and how it makes the most of collaboration, coordination and design tools, and processes.

Through implementations, instruction, mentoring, webinars, and global speaking engagements, Carl assists the AECO community with the adoption of design technology and BIM processes. As someone who truly enjoys the process of building information modeling, Carl spreads his love of all things BIM via Twitter @theBIMsider, on his Blog theBIMsider.com, or as a co-host on AECO Industry Podcasts: The Simply Complex Podcast, BluePrints and BIMThoughts.

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