Using BIM to Supercharge the Preconstruction Process and Streamline the Handover to Owner
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Assemble Webinar: Using BIM to Supercharge the Preconstruction Process and Streamline the Handover to Owner

Conditioning and enriching your models with Assemble results in a more comprehensive and complete BIM deliverable. Chris Everist, BIM Manager at BNBuilders shares a fast and effective way of customizing model information for a variety of downstream uses including handover to owner. Learn how BNBuilders, a leading west coast contractor runs a highly collaborative process to enrich the 3D model with contributing information from subcontractors and trade partners to deliver a model that is prime for facilities management.

The integrity of model data and its use from design through turnover is critical to project success.  Chris shows how BNBuilders is delivering extensive BIM  that add value at every stage of construction and throughout the building lifecycle.

Speakers Info:

Chris Everist, BIM Manager at BNBuilders





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.


Don Henrich is an accomplished technology entrepreneur in both the MCAD and the AEC industries.  His entrepreneurial endeavors in the AEC industry have included driving 3D/4D/5D into the commercial market with Graphisoft Constructor Pro.  Being a co-founder of Vico Software, and subsequently after the sale of Vico Software to Trimble the CEO of Assemble Systems. Vico Software is widely credited for building the first connected 3D/4D/5D solution for the construction industry.  At Assemble, Don led the expansion of the company to become a dominant application for BIM in construction leading to a sale of the company to Autodesk, Inc. Post acquisition, he is is now tasked with a successful transition for customers and employees.  Don is now working with a group of Autodesk AEC executives to formulate and drive strategy for the global construction market. Don and his wife Noel have three children, reside in Marblehead, MA and spend as much time as possible sailing on Massachusetts Bay.