Tuesday, December 7, 2021 | 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Open to Conference Attendees Only
Finding efficiencies with 3D documentation throughout the project lifecycle
National Healthcare Leader, DPR Construction
Senior Project Manager - Planning, Design and Construction, Methodist Health System
Healthcare Studio Leader, Vice President, Corgan
Project Manager, Virtual Design and Construction Coordinator, DPR Construction
Immersive 3D imaging and documentation technologies have become more prominent with social distancing, and the creative application of these tools is increasing efficiency in healthcare design, construction & operations. 3D imaging tools enable “real-time” virtual collaboration and the accuracy of data collected by these high-resolution scans can affect all the downstream information captured for a building, informing design, construction, and facilities management for years to come. Many examples of productivity improvements from the application of 3D technologies can be seen across a building’s design, construction, and operations lifecycle. We will discuss a few of these applications, the technologies leveraged, an RC car that acted as a mapping tool, as well as quantitative cost and schedule efficiencies.
1. Identify how 3D documentation during construction can benefit project management and building operations throughout the lifecycle of a building.
2. Obtain the means to analyze opportunities for 3D documentation that enables “real-time” virtual collaboration and increases data accuracy.
3. Analyze the cost, best use cases, and benefits for the application of key 3D documentation technologies including Matterport and StructionSite.
4. Examine efficiencies created through 3D documentation for progress reports, virtual punchlist, mock-up reviews, production tracking, and inspections.