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As more and more projects are requiring 3D model deliverables, and models are now supplied to potential contractors earlier in the project lifecycle, it places greater importance on driving better estimates, more accurately from a model. Our solution for model-based quantity take off (QTO) is unique in the industry because we allow for contractors to break down a federated model into constructible components while adding your established CBS structure to those model components. This is done while honoring the original design intent and handles the change management as the federated model is updated by the designers throughout the project. In this session you will learn the following:

  • Engaging with model-based estimation workflows earlier in the project cycle without loss/duplication of data
  • Breaking down a federated model into constructible components for more accurate construction estimation
  • Leveraging those quantities and production rates from the model to drive scheduling, work planning workflows in the office and field
  • Communicating this data with all project stakeholders via a cloud-hosted solution that increases visibility to reduce time and risk for contractors

Who's Presenting

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Corey Johnson

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Director, Construction Product Management - Bentley Systems

Director, Construction Product Management - Bentley Systems

Biographie

Corey Johnson is Director of Product Management, Construction for Bentley Systems. In this role, Corey oversees design and development within the SYNCHRO product line, which includes Progress Tracking, Construction Modeler, and Inspections.

Corey comes to Bentley Systems with more than 25 years of experience in and around the Infrastructure industry. For the past 20 years, he has worked in the civil infrastructure industry covering survey to design and through construction. With a focus on model-based deliverables, he has coordinated with architects, engineers, construction teams, and owners. Before joining Bentley Systems, he was a Director of Product Management for a construction-focused product company. He worked his way up to be a Manager of Virtual Design and Construction in a large construction company, providing consulting services to many internal organizations specializing in Civil Modeling and focusing on BIM software and deliverables.

With a real-world background and deep passion for modeling, Corey works closely with industry leaders, owners, and users to ensure that the proper business outcomes are achieved with the right solutions. Corey has spoken throughout the United States, as well as in Canada and Europe.

As more and more projects are requiring 3D model deliverables, and models are now supplied to potential contractors earlier in the project lifecycle, it places greater importance on driving better estimates, more accurately from a model. Our solution for model-based quantity take off (QTO) is unique in the industry because we allow for contractors to break down a federated model into constructible components while adding your established CBS structure to those model components. This is done while honoring the original design intent and handles the change management as the federated model is updated by the designers throughout the project. In this session you will learn the following:

  • Engaging with model-based estimation workflows earlier in the project cycle without loss/duplication of data
  • Breaking down a federated model into constructible components for more accurate construction estimation
  • Leveraging those quantities and production rates from the model to drive scheduling, work planning workflows in the office and field
  • Communicating this data with all project stakeholders via a cloud-hosted solution that increases visibility to reduce time and risk for contractors

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