Learn About Prefabrication Trends to Optimize Construction Timelines with BIM

Prefabrication Trends to Optimize Construction Timelines with BIMSkilled labor shortages and time-consuming onsite logistics can wreak havoc on construction schedules. Prefabrication is an effective option to expedite projects while maintaining favorable labor investments. BIM (building information modeling) technology can boost the prefabrication advantages even further. On Thursday, April 20, 2023, Jisell Howe, CDT, and Brian Nickel will present “Prefabrication Trends to Optimize Construction Timelines with BIM,” an overview of the current status and future of 3D modeling, fabrication, and execution within the plumbing and heating sectors.

During this one-hour webinar at noon CDT, you’ll learn:

  • Best practices in BIM design
  • Prefabrication project success stories
  • Avoiding the software technology/real-world disconnect
  • Revit design benefits for installers
  • What’s next in BIM?

Howe is the Senior BPM Platform Integration Manager at ENGworks Global. Her background in manufacturing is pivotal for managing BIM content creation projects for clients. She pushes the AEC industry (architecture, engineering, and construction) forward by bridging gaps between construction design technology and manufactured products.

Nickel is the CEO/Founder of Allied BIM. He is a Virtual Design and Construction Manager with expertise in managing the use of building information models for architecture, engineering, and construction projects. He is also Adjunct Faculty (Revit) for Gallatin College and Montana State University College of Engineering – Construction Engineering Technology.

Coffee with Caleffi technical training webinars are free and intended for contractors, engineers, designers, and wholesalers. A certificate of attendance is emailed to attendees following the webinar equivalent to 1.0 PDH for continuing education.

Source: Caleffi

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