Own Your Data: A Guide for Owners Who Want a Better Handover
July 28 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm PDT
Projects require expertise, skill, and knowledge to plan, execute and deliver properly. While the building process often takes years to complete, the handover occurs relatively instantly. Building owners and their facilities teams are often left spending decades sifting through binders, USBs, and other delivered formats to ensure its continual operation. As a result, new projects, improvements, and updates are more complex than ever before – not unlike an archaeological excavation in uncovering what, when, and how events previously occurred.
And when a crisis hits, inadequate record-keeping creates a real risk to the building performance and even life safety for occupants. Even with a high-quality record or as-built CAD drawings, how can owners know they have the data they need?
A shaky standard can drive massive losses for building owners. Handing over data ownership at handover doesn’t need to mean handing over your rights – but it can lead to more competitive and compelling project delivery.
Join our webinar, Own Your Data: A Guide for Owners Who Want a Better Handover, on Wednesday, July 28 at 12:00 p.m. PT as we take you through what data ownership really means and how building owners – owning the data – can mark big wins for all involved.
Specifically, you’ll learn:
- The risk of not owning data
- Who the data ownership players are and how everyone has a stake
- How standards and enforcement drive effective operation
- Why a common data environment is critical to project delivery and facilities operations
Aaron Wagner, Construction Solution Consultant
Aaron Wagner leads the Autodesk Construction team at U.S. CAD. In his role, he engages with all members of a project, on site in the field to office operations. Prior to U.S. CAD, he started his career in architecture, working closely with engineers, contractors, vendors and suppliers to deliver high-quality projects of all sizes. Much of his background includes working with health care providers and hospitals, governments and technology/data center facilities, all of which require precision and care all the way to the final occupants. After leaving architecture, Aaron has worked with hundreds of owners and developers, as well as project management, design, engineering and construction firms around the world. His passion for quality project delivery spans well into the critical and long-spanning building operations and management.