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Here Comes the Sun: The Bright Future of Virtual Design in Construction

Response to training and user meeting (Tekla)
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Contessa Smile

on 17 March 2016

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Transcript of Here Comes the Sun: The Bright Future of Virtual Design in Construction

Here comes the Sun: The Bright Future of Virtual Design in Construction
Why?
Why not rely on ourselves?
What?
What can change the work flow to minimize rework?
When?
When is the time to change?
Where?
Where does the change happen?
How?
How does the change happen?
Working Eight Days a Week
The Long and Winding Road
Preconstruction
Construction
Quantities
Reports
Layout Points
Understanding the Project
Scheduling
Planning
Owners
Cloud
Bluebeam
Tekla BIM sight
Come Together: Estimating
Clash Detection
Tekla BIM Sight
Architectural and Structural Changes
Scheduling
We Can Work It Out: Coordination
Layout
RFI Tracking
Change Order Tracking
Quality Control
Safety
Order Quantities
Coordinating Construction activities
Team Communication
As Built documentation
You Say You Want a Revolution: Construction
Turnover
Estimating

Revit
QTO
Sketch-Up
Track 1: Golden Dragon

Tekla
Tekla BIM Sight
Track 2: Bridgestone
Track 3: Bridgestone
Hello, Goodbye
Don't Pass Me By
All Together Now: Turnover

Understanding the Project
Communication
As Built documentation
Change?
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