With the recent opening of the 1,401-ft-tall One Vanderbilt Avenue, New York City’s supertall office building stats are on the rise. The tower is the third tallest in North America, trailing the 1,776-ft-tall One World Trade Center, also in Manhattan, and the 1,453-ft Willis Tower in Chicago.
Advanced Work Packaging (AWP) is being touted by many as “next-generation project planning” – and for good reason. AWP is equally relevant to both owner and contractor organizations, driving a more collaborative and transparent approach to executing projects. This webinar details how organizations can excel at AWP-driven projects to ensure more on-time, on-budget project successes.
Legacy work processes and aging technology won’t cut it in today’s rapidly evolving project delivery landscape, and understanding the trends driving growth can better prepare you and your team for successful project delivery. During this webinar, we'll identify the top emerging trends in project delivery and discuss key strategies project leaders need to take to stay ahead of the curve.
Get the power of BIM out of the office and job trailer and into the hands of field workers where there’s tremendous untapped potential to harness the model to boost productivity, quality and safety. Using real-world project examples, the panelists will show you how they rolled out technology to craftworkers, fabricators and other field employees with streamlined training and maximum benefit.
Historically, the construction industry has been conservative when it comes to enterprise technology. However, with the fast pace industry disruption that digitalization will bring with technologies, the need for future-proof ERP has never been greater. We'll discuss how to move towards digitalization and how companies can drive true business value from their enterprise software.
As the movement toward LEED and Envision projects grows, owners and contractors alike are prioritizing green best practices for the construction phases of the project life cycle. This webinar will explore those best practices—from recycling materials to minimizing waste to using alternative energy—on projects that have achieved LEED and Envision certification.
With research showing field productivity boosted by 25% and installed project cost reduced by up to 10%, Advanced Work Packaging (AWP) is a successful project management approach based on project thinking with the end in mind, emphasizing construction sequencing in driving upfront planning. Megaproject owners were early adopters of AWP, but more owners now require it before bidding on a project.
Capital projects are incredibly complex and expectations for the project organization have never been higher. Yet, too often project leaders are not empowered with the processes and tools to accurately know what’s happening or to proactively improve project outcomes. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the challenges being faced and the path to project success that can make both you and your organization a champion.
Safety should be at the forefront at every project stage. This webinar will explore ways to go beyond compliance by holistically incorporating safe work practices into a jobsite and—better yet—eliminating hazards during design before they occur. Panelists will address the processes they follow to create a comprehensive safety culture and work environment.
Project success relies on laying the proper groundwork for construction to start, by ensuring the proper budget is set, due diligence is performed to reduce risk and that the best team is assembled. Newsmakers will discuss the key elements in funding, developing and managing a project from beginning to end to ensure not just on-time and on-budget completion, but also that all workers stay injury free.
Future-Proofing Infrastructure Stories by AREP and Bentley
Building and public space design is not just about improving the aesthetics of infrastructure, it’s important to consider the usability of the building for the inhabitants. During this webinar, we'll explore the tools and projects that allow buildings of all types to be designed and operated with a better understanding of how the people will use them.