Best Practice BIM Coordination & QA for Complex Prefab Projects
Discover the BIM coordination & QA strategies Weitz implemented to effectively install complex prefabricated ACM panels into the sub-steel structure of a new 280,000 sq. ft. PGA corporate campus
Virtual Design and Construction helps you prioritize team collaboration, communication, and technology adoption in your projects. But how can you make sure you’re integrating those factors effectively? Projects have unique challenges, and it can be tough to decide what will work best for your client’s needs from the start.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how Logan McGuiness, VDC Manager and her team at Weitz planned and carried out the VDC strategy that helped them successfully install a complex, 500 ft long prefabricated ACM structure on a new PGA office building. From BIM coordination to verification, you’ll get an inside look at how they creatively solved issues, made trade-offs, and worked together effectively to complete the project on time.
The data collection system Weitz pioneered to scan steel framing members they couldn’t’ see from the ground using terrestrial laser scanning
The most critical coordination steps your team should follow at the beginning of each project to avoid costly issues and ensure consistency
How the team identified a 6” variation after installing the ACM structure and the adjustments they made to help resolve it
The tool that allowed them to update their coordination model to reflect as-built conditions in Navisworks with the click of a button
Learn how to implement VDC strategies that will help you reduce rework and ensure high productivity on your next project!