By leveraging data extraction solutions, project managers can have more power over communication between teams and stages throughout the building process.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (PRWEB) October 28, 2016
Construction Business Owner, the leading business management magazine for contractors, is pleased to announce a free webinar presented in partnership with Procore.
The live, online event, "The Power of “I” in BIM," will take place December 8, 2016, at 1 p.m. EST. Registration is free at http://www.constructionbusinessowner.com/webinars.
Miscommunication and poor collaboration can stifle progress on a construction jobsite. By leveraging data extraction solutions, project managers can have more power over communication between teams and stages throughout the building process. That means project information is up to date, accurate and in line with client expectations. But, how can these improvements affect a construction company's bottom line?
To find out, register for this webinar led by three of the industry’s top experts. With the help of their professional insights, attendees will learn how to make better decisions and deliver better projects—on time and within budget.
This free event will be presented by Raul Gomez, director of virtual design and construction, BIM at Robins & Morton, Tim Kelly, product manager at Assemble Systems and Mikael Reckley, field marketing manager at Procore.
The 1-hour, live webinar event includes a 45-minute presentation by Reckley, Gomez and Kelly, followed by a 15-minute question-and-answer session.
Visit http://www.constructionbusinessowner.com/webinars to register today!
About the Presenters
Raul Gomez is the executive director of virtual design and construction with a top-ranked health care contractor Robins & Morton. Gomez has over 25 years of AEC VDC/BIM/CAD technology integration in the United States and internationally. His focus is developing strategies and relationships within AEC platform technologies that will support company initiatives by way of model-based intelligence, streamlining building metadata for purposes of model interrogation, quantity extraction and constructability. Applying building intelligence to construction is key throughout workflow, along with modified contracts, such as integrated project delivery and design assist, optimizing true collaboration along with lean practice.
Tim Kelly is the Product Manager at Assemble Systems. Kelly works closely with customers to develop the product strategy and roadmap. Kelly has a wealth of experience within the construction industry, having spent the last 7 years innovating with BIM in design and construction from the general contractor and construction management perspective. Kelly earned his bachelors of construction science from Texas A&M University. Prior to joining Assemble Systems, Kelly served as BIM Manager at Satterfield & Pontikes Construction.
Mikael Reckley is the field marketing manager for Procore. Reckley graduated from the United States Military Academy and served as an officer in the U.S. Army from 1996 to 2001. After leaving the service, he worked for Turner Construction for several years filling multiple roles such as assistant superintendent, area superintendent, project engineer and project manager. For the last 6 years at Turner, Reckley served as the virtual design and construction manager, where he was exposed to several technology topics such as BIM, electronic document control and punch list.
Procore Technologies, Inc.'s construction management software helps firms increase project efficiency and accountability by streamlining and mobilizing project communication and documentation. This real-time data and accessibility minimizes costly risks and delays—ultimately boosting profits. Procore users manage all types of construction projects including industrial plants, office buildings, apartment complexes, university facilities, retail centers and more. For more information, visit https://www.procore.com/.
About Construction Business Owner
Construction Business Owner (CBO) is "The Business Management Magazine for Contractors" and provides business management knowledge that is of practical value to owners of construction companies. CBO provides articles that inform owners and managers on accounting, finance, insurance, regulatory issues, human resources, bidding strategies, technology, jobsite safety, equipment management and industry statistics. Article authors are well-known professionals who specialize in the construction industry. CBO has been an industry leader for more than 12 years and has a BPA-audited circulation of more than 40,000 construction company owners, presidents and managers. The magazine also delivers bonus content and construction industry news through its weekly e-newsletter—CBO Alert. For more information, visit http://www.constructionbusinessowner.com/.