Your browser is not supported. Please download Mozilla Firefox or Google Chrome browser.

coggno-logo2
Items in Cart: 0 items
Cart Total
Checkout
Filters Applied
  • Tag: BIM
Reset All
BIM: Lessons Learned on DoD Projects (Course)

BIM: Lessons Learned on DoD Projects (Course)

Originally Presented: October 30, 2014 Course Length: 1.5 Hours Course Credit Hours: 1.5 PDH, 1.5 AIA LUs/HSW **For AIA credit, please email Belle Febbraro at Bfebbraro@same.org with your name, email address, and AIA #. Moderator: Rad Delaney, AIA, F.SAME, CDM Smith Speakers: Mitch Cornelius, Mortenson Construction Inc. Rachel Riopel Wiley, HDR Architecture Inc. Jason Fairchild, USACE Dean McCarns, NAVFAC Course Overview: What better way to understand the application of building information modeling in practice than to hear about it from the agencies and practitioners themselves? Join us to review project case studies outlining, not only the successes but revealing the most valuable lessons learned by all stakeholders. This session will include a panel of practitioners and agency representatives to dissect and discuss the requirements developed by the NAVFAC and USACE agencies.

Visited 1,327 times
$50.00
Project Delivery Methodology for Water & Wastewater Infrastructure:  Design-Build and CMAR

Project Delivery Methodology for Water & Wastewater Infrastructure: Design-Build and CMAR

Understanding Design-Build and CMAR Project Delivery Methods provides the fundamental framework associated with alternative project delivery methods for the water and wastewater infrastructure. It is intended to provide knowledge and information about: The potential benefits and advantages, as well as the challenges and disadvantages of each delivery method, Owner planning issues and criteria for use in selecting and implementing alternative project delivery methods, and Critical factors for success in using Design-Build and Construction Management-at-Risk

Visited 2,445 times
$45.00
Design-Build and Sustainability

Design-Build and Sustainability

Design Build and Sustainability Written by: Suzanne Sowinski, President and Director of Sustainable Design Sowinski Sullivan Architects, PC (SSA) Course Length: 3 Modules / 2 Hours Course Credit Hours: 2 Hours Course Overview: This course assumes that the student has a basic knowledge of the various project delivery methods and preferably has taken the Fundamentals of Project Delivery course offered by DBIA. At the end of this course the attendee will: Know the history of sustainability and affects on the environment See the relationship between sustainable design and design build Review current standards, codes, mandates and incentives for green design See how important BIM is as a tool to integrate design Have reviewed a few design techniques to help reduce carbon emission Beable to see how a whole building mindset is important when using life cycle costing analysis and value engineering early in the design process Know how to put the right team together to avoid contractual risk See how a completed design build project was successful in collaboration and achieving sustainable goals to receive a LEED certification Attachments: Sustainability Module 1 Notes Handout (Slides) Sustainability Module 2 Notes Handout (Slides) Sustainability Module 3 Notes Handout (Slides) Suzanne Sowinksi - Presenter Bio DBIA Position Statements: Use of Stipends Organization of DB Entity Role of Qualification in Selection of a Design-Builder Integrated Project Delivery Best Value Selection Contract Incentives and Design-Build Rethinking Acquisition Strategies Design Excellence

Visited 2,742 times
$90.00