Design-Build Institute of America - WPR
So Cal Breakfast Program
BIM MAKES THE DESIGN-BUILD
ADVANTAGE EVEN BETTER
Tuesday, April 17, 2012 | Download Event Brochure
This event has been approved for DBIA Continuing Education Credit.
Those that register and attend will receive 1 hour of DBIA Continuing Education Credit. Attendee must sign in at check-in table to qualify.
- David Francis- Planning Manager- Southland Industries
- Jim Youngblood- Consultant- LACCD
- 7:30 am Networking & Breakfast
- 7:45 am - 9:30 am Program/Q&A
One of the main impacts of BIM in the Design-Build world, is the use of virtual coordination in the design and construction phases of a project. This process has created a new “field” of expertise on What, When, Who, How and Why to effectively implement a coordination process. This is used at all stages of a project to identify potential design, constructability and maintenance issues. The presentation is aimed at identifying “issues” and “waste” in the process and outline how to effectively implement virtual coordination utilizing lean principles. The speakers will be Jim Youngblood, a consultant for LACCD, who has a vast experience with virtual coordination utilization from the owner’s point of view and David Francis of Southland Industries, who will bring the Design- Build contractors experience in the process. Both will be using industry experience and lessons learned to present an outlined approach from design to construction to maintenance on utilization of virtual coordination.
Due to space constraints seating will be limited so get your tickets early.
Sponsorship includes recognition in email marketing campaign, recognition at event, optional signage at event (sponsor to provide display board and easel), and recognition on this registration website.
(Display board must be able to sit safely on an easel, board size should not exceed 3ft x 3ft)
For additional information contact Gloria Moore at gmoore@DBIAwpr.org
Or vist our website at www.DBIAwpr.org
When & Where
DBIA Western Pacific Region
The Design-Build Institute of America (DBIA) was founded in 1993 to provide a voice for design-build practitioners, to advocate best practices, to create and disseminate education information, and to furnish advice and support to facility owners and users. Its membership includes design-builders, construction contractors, design professionals, subcontractors, representatives of government agencies, academics and other professionals.
21520 Yorba Linda Blvd., Suite G-419
Yorba Linda, CA 92887
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