This webinar will focus on how to get the most out of your models during preconstruction. Andy Gajbhiye and Daniel Olivares from Joeris General Contractors cover how models can be used during preconstruction in low-adoption sectors, or when the BIM process is not required. Best practices for quickly conditioning models, performing take-off, comparing versions, monitoring design progress, and collaborating with Assemble Insight are shared to greatly improve preconstruction workflows and gain an edge in a competitive market. The team will also focus on the route to developing an implementation strategy and bringing a change in mindset for using models effectively.
Andy Gajbhiye is in-charge of construction technologies and R&D/Innovation at Joeris. His work involves developing corporate strategies and roadmap around technologies that brings value to our clients, projects, people, and partners. He facilitates the Ingenuity team that’s focused on organically cultivating a culture of innovation for Joeris. As a change agent, he kickstarted the enterprise lean journey for Joeris, and strive to continuously improve the implementation of BIM, VDC, Field, and Emerging technologies.”
Daniel Olivares has 13 years of experience in construction, in both project management and estimating. He earned a Civil Engineering degree from Texas Tech University and is a LEED Accredited Professional. As part of the Ingenuity Team at Joeris, Daniel helps evaluate software and processes to help improve efficiency and drive innovation within the company.. Daniel led the pilot process for and is leading the implementation of Assemble Insight at Joeris.
Tim Kelly is the Senior Product Manager at Autodesk Tim has a wealth of experience within the construction industry, having spent the last 9 years innovating with BIM in design and construction from the general contractor and construction management perspective. Tim earned his BS in Construction Science from Texas A&M University and served as Sr. Manager of Technical Services at Satterfield & Pontikes Construction prior to joining Assemble Systems and Autodesk to further automate the construction industry