Managing a BIM Project: For Beginners and Advanced BIM ManagersFebruary 26 @ 11:00 am - 11:45 am PST
Whether you have an in-house BIM department, or you outsource BIM services, your BIM coordination results are exponentially better when you follow tried-and-true steps. Like every construction project that gets built, this process is unique, and lacking many standards.
Register now for this webinar and learn about standards to follow and checklists to develop for all project stakeholders to help keep a complicated technological process simple for the whole team. This engaging learning opportunity will be followed by a Q&A to help ensure you have everything you need to execute your next BIM workflow with ease.
Attendees will learn:
- Steps every BIM project goes through and additional considerations for specialty projects
- How to develop a project lead checklist, and checklists for the rest of your team
- The emotional intelligence behind BIM as a disruptive change to the ‘norm’
- Tips on demonstrating strong leadership as a BIM director, leader, modeler and champion – especially in the face of challenges to the process and project
About Our Presenter
Jennifer Lanzetti’s career in construction began in high school and developed into a career as a project manager for commercial construction for a real estate development firm in 2004. In this role, she oversaw the full scope of projects from the initial due diligence studies, financing, team selection, and construction through to sales and leasing. Discovering a passion for construction, Ms. Lanzetti earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Construction Management in 2009. Since then, she has managed safety programs and training, mastered scheduling for complex 4,000+ activity projects, and controlled costs and coordinated MEPF on over 150 projects in the vertical and horizontal direction.
In the past 10 years, her passion for Building Information Modeling has taken career center stage. She is a principal of Cn3D Construction, now a U.S. CAD company, and operating on a national scale. She is exceptional at bringing teams together for a common goal and helping projects live up to BIM’s promises: less time, less money, and better quality. Ms. Lanzetti is an accomplished speaker and has given keynote presentations for the AGC, ABC, AIA, and USIBD; in addition, she is also a published contributor for CADalyst Magazine and Constructor Magazine.