- Timezone: America/New_York
- Date: 10 Jun 2022
- Time: 5:00 am - 6:00 am
The Impact of BIM & Technology on Project Risk Management | Part 2 – Scan to BIM
Baker Baynes Presents:
The Impact of BIM & Technology on Project Risk Management
Part 2 – Scan to BIM Workflows
Baker Baynes recently hosted Part 1 of the Impact of BIM & Technology on Project Risk Management webinar series. This gave a good overview of the risks involved in the Design, Cost and Schedule phases. We also heard an industry perspective from Henning Rassmus – Architect and Development Manager – on BIM in a global project context. Keshia Manolios introduced Andersen, who will be unpacking the legal considerations associated to BIM, later in this series. Missed it? Watch it on replay
Now it is time to unpack the real solutions to mitigating risks in the Design phase. Part 2 focuses on how ‘Scan to BIM’ workflows can improve managing the risks of gathering and collating information of existing buildings for renovation, alteration and extension projects.
This webinar will highlight:
Risks associated with traditional ways of measuring up existing buildings
Different scanning tools available for reality capture to produce point cloud data
Workflows for processing the scans
Workflows for designing and modelling with a point cloud
Who Should Attend?
Nuraan Ebrahim | Candidate Engineer
BIM Technical Specialist:
Nuraan Ebrahim, resident Structural Engineer and BIM Specialist at Baker Baynes, combines her Scan to BIM project experience with her keen affinity for technology to present the best practices in Scan to BIM workflows.
Nuraan consults and trains AEC professionals in the built environment to improve their business processes and workflows, assisting them on their digital transformation journeys to help them design and make a better world.