Pharmaceutical facilities tend to be complex projects that require meticulous attention to detail. In this webinar we share how EllisDon, a world-leading construction and building services company is using BIM and Assemble to deliver state-of-the-art facilities on time and on budget. Omar Zuberi, VDC Manager, and Alena Tokareva, BIM Coordinator at EllisDon share how they are using Assemble for design review, budget and quality control, change management, takeoff, construction management, project control and more.
Through a collaborative approach in pre-construction and construction, EllisDon uses Assemble to add transparency between the owner and the entire project team. By updating the project data in Assemble, the VDC team is able to communicate effectively with the entire field team including client reps without missing a beat. The systematic use of BIM is helping the team maintain a horizon check to make sure nothing catches them by surprise.
Watch this session to learn key elements that you can implement in your workflows with Assemble to improve project delivery and outcome.
About the Speakers of “EllisDon & Assemble Improve Pharma Projects Together!”:
Omar Zuberi has ten years of experience in the Architecture, Engineering, and Construction industry. He has worked on a wide range of projects spanning Commercial Retail, Residential High-rise, Healthcare, and Heavy Civil. Omar joined the EllisDon family in 2011, working on the Surrey Memorial Hospital Critical Care Tower, and then moved to Toronto in 2013 to work on the York University Subway Station project. Currently, he is managing the BIM deployment for Eastern Canada as the Virtual Design & Construction (VDC) Manager. Working with Building Information Modeling (BIM) on projects, Omar’s role is to implement BIM tools to provide the necessary balance between technology, innovation and economic efficiency; and to offer appropriate and innovative solutions to construction problems. Currently, Omar manages the deployment and provides training of BIM Coordinators on projects throughout Eastern Canada.
Tim Kelly is the Product Manager at Assemble Systems, responsible for working closely with customers to develop the product strategy and roadmap. Tim has a wealth of experience within the construction industry, having spent the last 7 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 prior to joining Assemble Systems served as BIM Manager at Satterfield & Pontikes Construction.