44 min

Ep#9 - Data Governance/Planning | BIM Summit Podcast Live | Evercam Construction Visibility BIM Heroes

    • Technology

In this episode, Brian Skripac and Clive Jordan discuss BIM execution plans in construction. They highlight the challenges and advancements in integrating digital tools and collaboration in project planning. Focusing on the U.S. construction industry, they address the unique issues related to contractual language and documentation, contrasting with practices in other countries. The conversation covers the complexities of simplifying BIM execution, the diverse roles in project delivery, and the importance of evolving documentation for efficiency. They also examine the impact of technology on project delivery, the difficulties in defining detailed requirements, and the significance of tracking performance in construction projects, providing insights into the current and future state of data governance and digital planning in the industry.




Guest:

Brian Skripac

Director, Virtual Design & Construction

Design-Build Institute of America

Clive Jordan

Co-founder and CEO

Plannerly


Episode Highlights:




BIM Execution Planning:



Clive Jordan's approach to simplifying BIM execution planning through automation and smart fields.


Brian Skripac’s insights on the role of the Design-Build Institute of America in developing best practices for project delivery.



Challenges in Contractual Language:



Debating the issue of models not being part of contract documents in the U.S., unlike other countries.


Importance of evolving documentation in construction projects.



Design and Construction Collaboration:



The necessity for improved communication to avoid effort duplication in areas like lighting.


Early stakeholder involvement for better project efficiency.



Project Delivery Models:



Shift from traditional models to collaborative approaches like design-build.


Focus on optimizing project outcomes rather than individual components.



Role of Technology in Construction:



Challenges in defining and tracking detailed task requirements.


The potential of technology to enhance project delivery and collaboration.



Workforce Dynamics:



Bridging the gap between experienced professionals and the tech-savvy younger generation.


Emphasizing the importance of knowledge retention within project teams.



Lean Construction Principles:



The importance of embracing lean concepts for reducing waste and improving efficiency.


Real-world examples demonstrating the benefits of collaboration and planning.




The integration of digital tools and collaborative approaches in the construction industry is significantly evolving, including in BIM execution planning. Challenges in the U.S. construction industry, especially regarding contractual language and model documentation, contrast sharply with global practices. Key factors such as evolving documentation, the transformative impact of technology on project delivery, and the importance of meticulous planning and performance tracking are highlighted. These developments underscore a comprehensive perspective on current trends and future directions in data governance and digital planning within the construction sector.

In this episode, Brian Skripac and Clive Jordan discuss BIM execution plans in construction. They highlight the challenges and advancements in integrating digital tools and collaboration in project planning. Focusing on the U.S. construction industry, they address the unique issues related to contractual language and documentation, contrasting with practices in other countries. The conversation covers the complexities of simplifying BIM execution, the diverse roles in project delivery, and the importance of evolving documentation for efficiency. They also examine the impact of technology on project delivery, the difficulties in defining detailed requirements, and the significance of tracking performance in construction projects, providing insights into the current and future state of data governance and digital planning in the industry.




Guest:

Brian Skripac

Director, Virtual Design & Construction

Design-Build Institute of America

Clive Jordan

Co-founder and CEO

Plannerly


Episode Highlights:




BIM Execution Planning:



Clive Jordan's approach to simplifying BIM execution planning through automation and smart fields.


Brian Skripac’s insights on the role of the Design-Build Institute of America in developing best practices for project delivery.



Challenges in Contractual Language:



Debating the issue of models not being part of contract documents in the U.S., unlike other countries.


Importance of evolving documentation in construction projects.



Design and Construction Collaboration:



The necessity for improved communication to avoid effort duplication in areas like lighting.


Early stakeholder involvement for better project efficiency.



Project Delivery Models:



Shift from traditional models to collaborative approaches like design-build.


Focus on optimizing project outcomes rather than individual components.



Role of Technology in Construction:



Challenges in defining and tracking detailed task requirements.


The potential of technology to enhance project delivery and collaboration.



Workforce Dynamics:



Bridging the gap between experienced professionals and the tech-savvy younger generation.


Emphasizing the importance of knowledge retention within project teams.



Lean Construction Principles:



The importance of embracing lean concepts for reducing waste and improving efficiency.


Real-world examples demonstrating the benefits of collaboration and planning.




The integration of digital tools and collaborative approaches in the construction industry is significantly evolving, including in BIM execution planning. Challenges in the U.S. construction industry, especially regarding contractual language and model documentation, contrast sharply with global practices. Key factors such as evolving documentation, the transformative impact of technology on project delivery, and the importance of meticulous planning and performance tracking are highlighted. These developments underscore a comprehensive perspective on current trends and future directions in data governance and digital planning within the construction sector.

44 min

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