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Summary

Résumé de la présentation

Technology has become a critical tool on the modern construction site, but it requires the right people and processes to be put in place to realize its true value. This session will talk about how new technology is utilized by both the general and mechanical contractors to achieve better control and efficiency in the field as well as the process and agreements that are required to achieve success. Learning Objectives:

  • BIM Execution planning and process
  • Sub-contract requirements
  • Tech-enabled Mechanical Prefabrication
  • Workflow and collaboration

Who's Presenting

Qui présente

Patrick Lalonde

VDC Manager, Ottawa & Atlantic Canada, EllisDon

VDC Manager, Ottawa & Atlantic Canada, EllisDon

Biographie

Patrick Lalonde is a Virtual Design and Construction Manager with EllisDon for Ottawa and Atlantic Canada and instructor in the Algonquin College BIM Lifecycle Management program. As an early adopter of BIM, Patrick started with EllisDon in 2011 and since lead the implementation of BIM/VDC technology on major building, civil infrastructure, and heritage restoration projects. Patrick continues to play a key role as an industry leader and advocate for advancing innovation in AEC technology.

Technology has become a critical tool on the modern construction site, but it requires the right people and processes to be put in place to realize its true value. This session will talk about how new technology is utilized by both the general and mechanical contractors to achieve better control and efficiency in the field as well as the process and agreements that are required to achieve success. Learning Objectives:

  • BIM Execution planning and process
  • Sub-contract requirements
  • Tech-enabled Mechanical Prefabrication
  • Workflow and collaboration

Philip Meadows

National VDC Manager, Modern Niagara

Philip Meadows is Modern Niagara’s National VDC Manager where he leads a team across five offices in Canada that closely integrates with the company’s manufacturing and installation team’s initiatives, while striving to lead the Canadian MEP contracting industry through advanced CAD/BIM processes and technologies.He joined Modern Niagara after holding several positions in other firms where he focused on the use of software and hardware technologies in the planning, design, documentation, construction, marketing and management of projects in the building and real estate development industries.

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