Project Data Lifecycle – From Programming through Construction

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The client’s project requirements are part of the design team’s responsibility to collect and the construction team’s responsibility to include in the final built project. This session will review the journey of project data, how the lifecycle of the client’s project data is conceived during the programming phase, its maturity through design changes and its realization with the construction team. The session will also discuss how the design/construction team can contribute to this primary shared source of data and transfer this information on to the client for facility management. Specifically the presentation will highlight this movement of data using available tools and demystify the capabilities and offer up opportunities for knowledge transfer. Brok Howard is a process improvement junkie. As an architect, his passion for design to delivery crossed paths with technology early on. This focus inspired a shift in his career in 2010 when he joined HOK in St Louis and soon become the BIM Manager. Teaching part-time at Washington University in St Louis, his alma mater for graduate school, kept him focused on research and innovation. For the last year Brok has been focused on implementation of new technologies on a firm-wide level. He is active online @brokhoward and on foot exploring his City, San Francisco.

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