Resource management is an essential element of how every architecture and engineering firm delivers professional services. Most firms, though, need a better picture of who is doing what to optimize resource management outcomes. In this session, we will discuss what the ideal picture of resource management looks like and how you can create a resource management masterpiece for your A&E firm.
Discover your firm’s super power — the power to quickly create 3D experiences in real-time from your design files for VR/AR devices, using tools you probably already have, or can easily acquire. We'll talk to field supervisors putting VR and AR to work to enhance project understanding, and business strategists with their eyes on advanced visualizations that will impact their company’s future.
Broadcasting LIVE from AEC BuildTech 2019 | Today, 3D models aren't just nice to have — they are often project requirements. In this presentation, you’ll learn best practices for using your 3D model in multiple mixed reality environments and workflows—from the office to field and back again.
Broadcasted LIVE from AEC BuildTech 2019 | Technology is driving rapid change across the project and asset lifecycle and organizations like yours are looking to leverage this technology to change the way you work. Learn how Oracle Construction and Engineering is transforming the way organizations are experimenting, learning and staying on the cutting edge of digital transformation.
This popular annual webinar takes place just as the new Top 500 Design Firms ranking is unveiled. It invites leaders from top-ranked firms to talk about their takeaways from the year past and their strategy for the year ahead. ENR will moderate a panel of executives from the largest design firms as they discuss the results of the 2019 Top 500 survey and where they see opportunities for future business.
Succeeding with Lean Construction’s systematic approach to reducing waste, rework and delay requires the implementation of a set of inter-related production management policies. Getting the right technology is key, but without implementing the right policies, the hoped for results won’t be achieved. In the webinar, the experts who understand Lean Construction will share their tips for setting it up and doing it right.
The process of modeling even simple bridges can become tedious and error prone after engineers complete several design and analysis iterations. Engineers and drafters are faced with analysis coordination, complex diaphragm placements, reinforcement detailing, and clash detection. Join our webinar to learn how 3D modeling of common bridges can help you unlock greater project design efficiencies on your next project.
There's been intense debate over disturbing trends that highly-qualified women professionals are leaving the construction sector or dropping out of their technical and management-track careers. During this webinar, we'll discuss why industry women head for the career “off-ramp”, and offer insights on how good employers are removing obstacles and boosting workplace cultures to keep women on the road to success.
If you are going to win at the game of contracting, you have to know the score... and the score is determined by more than whether you made or lost money at the end of the job. During this webinar, attendees will learn how to identify Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) so that contractors can develop the components of a solid game plan for peak performance throughout the life of the project, and more.
The rising frequency of extreme weather events has created new demands to build or adapt buildings to deliver superior performance over a widening range of conditions. This webinar will discuss how to prepare for the next extreme weather event by transitioning to more resilient building materials, systems and designs, and by ensuring critical systems maintain functionality when disaster strikes.
The doughnut-shaped Jewel Changi Airport mall in Singapore sets a new level for retail development complexity, thanks to its land-side location and its centerpiece—a multilevel garden under glass with a 40-meter-tall indoor waterfall.