Lydig Construction, one of the largest education construction providers in Washington state, shares how BIM is transforming how they deliver projects. Today’s high tech educational institutions must fulfill a wide range of needs for both students and faculty. Renovations or Expansion of educational facilities often require tremendous coordination to avoid disrupting current school operations or student lives. Safety is another concern that is always at the forefront when it comes to educational projects.
In this webinar, Clark Morgan, Virtual Construction PM at Lydig shares how they use BIM and Assemble to stay ahead of all the challenges and deliver quality learning environments effectively.