BIM for Infrastructure in the U.S. Transportation Industry Webinar 2 (digital delivery)
Moving your agency to digital delivery is the theme of the second webinar on BIM for Infrastructure in the US transportation industry.
This transportation industry online webinar is the second in a series that explores opportunities and challenges presented by the shift to Building Information Modeling (BIM) and model-based, digital delivery throughout the project lifecycle in the United States.
The agenda will include an introductory session on national BIM perspectives in Transportation, a discussion on building the business case for open standards and BIM in transportation, and a panel discussion on moving your agency or organization to digital delivery.
This BIM for Infrastructure in the U.S. Transportation industry webinar series is sponsored by Highway Engineering Exchange Program (HEEP) and buildingSMART USA (bS USA) chapter in cooperation with TRB AED80(1) BIM for Infrastructure Subcommittee.
11:00 – 11:30 AM CDT – Introductory Plenary Session – National BIM Perspectives in Transportation
Meeting Kick-off (George Lukes, Utah DOT)
AASHTO Joint Technical Committee on Electronic Engineering Standards (Mike Kennerly, Iowa DOT)
AASHTO BIM for Infrastructure Pooled Fund Update (Mike Kennerly)
BIM Terminology (John Wilkerson, Michigan DOT)
11:30 – Noon CDT – Building the Business Case for Open Standards and BIM in Transportation
Introduction (Lance Parve, WSP)
The Value of Open Standards (Ian Howell, buildingSMART USA)
Lifecycle BIM for Infrastructure – A Business Case for Project Delivery and Asset Management (Morgan Kessler, Federal Highway Administration)
Business Drivers for Digital Construction (Eric Cylwik, Sundt Construction)
Q&A (Alexa Mitchell, HDR)
Noon – 12:50 PM CDT – Moving Your Organization to Digital Delivery Panel Discussion
Allen Melley (Pennsylvania DOT)
Brenda Crudele (New York State DOT)
Lance Greer (WW Clyde, Utah)
Moderated by George Lukes
Q&A facilitated by Alexa Mitchell
12:50 PM – 1:00 PM CDT – Meeting Wrap Up
Feedback on Today’s Workshop (George Lukes)
Future Workshops (George Lukes)
Who should attend?
State DOT representatives, agency personnel, transportation industry consultants, and contractors.
What to expect?
This facilitated workshop will include presentations and panel discussions as well as opportunities for interaction using chat features and interactive polling.