Scott Seltz, Publisher, Engineering News-Record
Jesse Devitte, Managing Partner, Borealis Ventures
It is no longer possible nor sustainable to build and operate according to the status quo. Reality calls for fewer discrete AEC software applications and more data exchange solutions, mobile devices and a widely accessible cloud infrastructure. The promise of the future is a more connected and data-informed built environment.
Jake Macholtz and Johnny Clemmons will discuss how Kiewit is going well beyond 4D and 5D to provide a visual aspect to everything on the project, from mobile status, to procurement, to equipment maintenance, to take-offs and estimating and beyond. German Aparicio will present on the use of data analytics and visualization in project management on one of the largest construction projects in the world. The presentation will describe ways to implement similar technologies and scale them for projects of any size. Kristopher Lengieza will demonstrate ways to free your data and use programs such as PowerBI and Tableau to analyze and communicate to team members by embedding metrics and dashboards into any browser. He says, to get the most out of your data, ask better questions.
Jake Macholtz, VP of Technology, Kiewit Construction
Johnny Clemmons, Global Industry Director & Chief Engineer, SAP
German Aparicio, Project Manager, Gehry Technologies
Kristopher Lengieza, Directr of VDC, Stiles Construction
Moderator: Scott Blair, Managing Editor, Engineering News-Record
José Luis Blanco Álvarez , Associate Partner, McKinsey & Company
McKinsey Global Institute estimates the world will need to spend $57 trillion on infrastructure by 2030 to keep up with global GDP growth. This is a massive incentive for companies to identify solutions to transform productivity and project delivery. Resisting change is no longer an option.
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