Today's BIM . . . Building Information Management Crown Plaza, Independence, Ohio PRESENTERS:
Cleveland Clinic, Karpinski Engineering & N|V|5
7:30am Breakfast 7:50am - 8:00am Announcements and Introduction 8:00am - 9:00am Program
The topic will be “Today’s BIM” with the goal of providing to the NOSHE audience a high level overview of how the Construction team and Cleveland Clinic collaborated on a lean mission and incorporated the implementation of a system for asset collection during construction for future management of on the Cancer Building project. This asset information handoff bridges the gap between the construction and post-construction phases and enables field accessibility of the information by the Facility Maintenance team throughout the complete lifecycle of the facility.
Overall discussion points will include:
• Reaping the benefits of a solid asset collection approach deployed during project construction with trade input results in time savings and data efficiency.
• Collaboration of Construction and Facility teams to determine best fit scenario for process turnover and efficiency.
• Determining what assets/equipment generates the most service calls and providing the largest value to track.
• BIM FM process overview – integrating Owner asset information.
• Eliminate the time and money spent on preparing hard copy project close-out documentation and training manuals.
Jason Geibel, Cleveland Clinic, is a CAD Designer who earned his Associates of Computer Aided Drafting from PTI in Pittsburgh. As a Drawing Standards Coordinator in Buildings and Properties at the Cleveland Clinic, Jason is an integral part of the planning and design team, defining the Clinic’s design standards, accreditation plans, and closeout documentation, with the building lifecycle in mind. Prior to joining the Cleveland Clinic, Jason was an applications expert for Avatech Solutions, assisting large architectural firms in software implementation, and was a designer for GSI Architects, managing their architectural software. Jason also obtained an AIA design award for a design competition at Youngstown State University.
Matthew Morgan, P.E., LEED AP BD+C, Karpinski Engineering, specializes in healthcare engineering. His portfolio includes ground-up hospitals and major patient care renovations. With his work in active healthcare facilities, Matt has gained expertise in designing to support minimal patient disruptions, limited facility downtime and phased installation. Matt earned his Bachelors of Mechanical Engineering from Penn State University and has been part of the Karpinski Engineering team for more than 10 years. He is a past president and member of the Cleveland ASHRAE chapter and is also an active member of ASHE and NOSHE.
Mark Seifried, P.E., N|V|5, has 15 plus years of civil/structural design and project management experience on a variety of public and private sector projects. Mark has successfully delivered advanced construction management consulting services to owners, representatives, design professionals, construction managers, and contractors on various projects throughout the United States. His project controls consulting expertise includes CPM scheduling and planning, schedule analysis report development and presentation, advanced project implementation of BIM processes, 4D BIM analysis, BIM coordination facilitation, BIM-FM Integration, cost monitoring and controls, labor production analysis, lean construction techniques, and graphic development. Mark earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering from Ohio State University and a Master’s Degree in Business Administration from Cleveland State University.
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