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Summary

Résumé de la présentation

CanBIM is promoting the concept of “Embracing Disruption”. After 10 years of BIM lets all look at how things are done, and change them. This session will show from a trades point of view typical project pitfalls that are avoidable by pulling upstream concepts that are typically downloaded to the subtrades. Lets save a few million bucks. Now. Owners, Consultants, Subtrades, GCs welcome.

Case Studies:

  • The day that the Calgary CanBIM audience saved a million dollars with a toilet.
  • Why generic Fittings are making everyone work late Fridays
  • VAVs: These things really matterLearning Goals:
  • Identify Geometric Project Risk.  The Devil is in the details
  • Make a List of the low hanging fruit that the consultants can implement on behalf of the Subtrades.
  • Vet your families.  Seriously this time.
  • Bigger is better, learn why consultants need to start thinking about 10-20% larger for Equipment modelling.

Who's Presenting

Qui présente

Chris Little

VDC Area Manager - Calgary, Modern Niagara

VDC Area Manager - Calgary, Modern Niagara

Biographie

Chris has extensive knowledge of the Canadian CAD/BIM landscape in the Institutional, Commercial, & Light-Industrial sectors. His experience includes work with Mechanical & Electrical Consultants in both Australia & Ontario, a number of Ontario based Constructors & Subtrades, and for the last 9 years Modern Niagara. Chris has acted as an Interference/CAD/Model manager, drafter or modeler on more than $4.5B of construction; and BIM estimation & strategy on +$3B. He enjoys leading and mentoring project teams that strive to get ahead of the critical path so that all parties are able to maximize profitability, productivity & creativity. Chris is a past Subtrade Committee Chair for CanBIM. Chris received a Mechanical Engineering & Management Degree from McMaster University.

CanBIM is promoting the concept of “Embracing Disruption”. After 10 years of BIM lets all look at how things are done, and change them. This session will show from a trades point of view typical project pitfalls that are avoidable by pulling upstream concepts that are typically downloaded to the subtrades. Lets save a few million bucks. Now. Owners, Consultants, Subtrades, GCs welcome.

Case Studies:

  • The day that the Calgary CanBIM audience saved a million dollars with a toilet.
  • Why generic Fittings are making everyone work late Fridays
  • VAVs: These things really matterLearning Goals:
  • Identify Geometric Project Risk.  The Devil is in the details
  • Make a List of the low hanging fruit that the consultants can implement on behalf of the Subtrades.
  • Vet your families.  Seriously this time.
  • Bigger is better, learn why consultants need to start thinking about 10-20% larger for Equipment modelling.

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