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Join the General Building Contractors Association (GBCA) as we bring you the best and the brightest in construction technology. This year, we’ve expanded our 1-day Construction Tech Expo to a week-long, virtual summit offering additional sessions, various tracks, and BIM Educational Programming. The virtual Construction Technology Week Summit will offer insight on new technologies that are transforming all stages of the engineering and construction process, as well as give guests an opportunity to learn about all types of applications, platforms, products, and services; network with fellow con-tech junkies; and meet construction technology experts from across the country.
Join us to make sure your firm is up to speed on new applications, tools, technologies and platforms!
BIM EDUCATIONAL TRACK:
BIM – this track is an educational series and must be purchased separately from the All Access Pass. Purchase of the BIM track gives you access to these three sessions:
Monday 10/26 at 10:00 AM - BIM: Part 1 (120 min) - Revit for Construction Trades; Kimberly Fuhrman, LEED AP BD+C, Assoc. AIA, Freelance Architectural Technologist, Fuhrman Drafting Services
Thursday 10/29 at 12:00 PM – Lunch and Learn (sign up to have lunch provided via voucher) - Usage of AR/VR Headsets in the Construction Industry - Brent Bieker, Integrated Services Coordinator I, Saunders Construction; Mateusz Sulkowski, BIM Coordinator, Saunders Construction
Wednesday 10/28 at 10:00 AM - BIM: Part 2 (120 min) - Navisworks for Construction Use; Travis Fischer is the Virtual Design & Construction Manager, Kinsley Construction, Inc.
Friday 10/30 at 10:00 AM - BIM: Part 3 (120 min) - 3D PDFs for Field and Construction Use; James Coppinger, Cloud Collaboration and Training Expert, ZenTek, LLC.
Up to 6.0 CM-BIM CE Credits | AGC of America recognizes Revit for Construction Trades, Navisworks for Construction Use, and 3D PDFs for Field and Construction Use as qualifying for continuing education hours towards the renewal of AGC’s Certificate of Management-Building Information Modeling (CM-BIM). Each hour of educational content is equal to 1 hour of CE credit. Attendees may earn up to 6.0 hours of CE Credit by attending the entirity of all three sessions.
Purchase of an all-access pass give you access to all of the following sessions (BIM track is excluded from All Access):
Monday 10/26 at 9:00 AM – The Decade Ahead; Jeff Sample, CEO, Ironman of IT, LLC
Monday 10/26 at 12:00 PM – Lunch and Learn (sign up to have lunch provided via voucher) - Preconstruction Data Lifecycle; Stewart Carroll, President, Beck Technology
Tuesday 10/27 at 3:00 PM – Takeoff and Estimating in Bluebeam; Peter Rowland, Bluebeam Certified Instructor
Thursday 10/29 at 3:00 PM - Industrial Benchmarking Guidelines for Contractors: Why reinvent the wheel?; Tony Colburn, Senior Consultant, Eos Group, Inc.
Friday 10/30 am 9:00 AM - Keynote - How Leaders in Preconstruction Drive Digital Transformation; Ryan Neff, Mid-Market Account Executive, Autodesk
Tuesday 10/27 at 11:00 AM - Safety Roundtable Discussion: Safety and innovation in times of COVID-19 and beyond! - Chris Feder, Director of Rescue Services, Med-Tex Services, Inc. and Amy Ignatosky, Logistics Manager, Turner Construction, Frank Baxter, Environment, Health, and Safety Director, Skanska
Wednesday 10/28 at 9:00 AM - Keynote - Safety Management Through The Lens of Technology - Rob McKinney, Strategic Solutions Engineer, eSUB Construction Software
Tuesday 10/27 at 12:00 PM – Safety Lunch and Learn: Site Specific Safety Tech with Skanska- Frank Baxter, Environmental, Health and Safety Director, Skanska USA
Friday 10/30 at 11:00 AM - Building Safely Panel: Resources on Building in the Era of COVID-19
Jay Snyder, Technology and Innovation Practice leader, FMI
Kyle Hubregtse, VP Commercial Operations, Kenzen, Kevin Rafuse, Senior Project Manager, P. Agnes, and Alexander Schwarzkopf, CEO and Co-Founder, Pillar Technologies
Monday 10/26 at 1:00 PM - Modular Construction: Opportunities & Headwinds - Joshua Johnson, Engagement Manager, McKinsey & Company
Tuesday 10/27 at 9:00 AM - Keynote - Positioning your business for Off-Site Construction; Lonnie Cumpton, Director of Construction Manufacturing, National Electrical Contractors Association
Wednesday 10/28 at 1:00 PM – Solving the DfMA Dilemma: A Simulated Workflow Debate - Nathan Wood, Chief Enabling Officer, SpectrumAEC, Alison Hart, Project Solutions Manager, Mortenson, and Travis Voss, Leader of Innovative Technologies, Helm Mechanical
Friday 10/30 at 12:00 PM – Lunch and Learn - It's not a Prefabrication Journey, it's a Race. What's your Place in the New Ecosystem? Amy Marks, Head of Industrialized Construction Strategy & Evangelism, Autodesk (sign up to have lunch provided via voucher)
Monday 10/26 at 11:00 AM – Process Improvement: A Playbook for Leveraging Technology & Improving ROI; Christian Burger, Principal, Burger Consulting Group
Wednesday 10/28 at 12:00 PM – Lunch and Learn - Open Mic Lunch: Bring Your Questions for the Experts; Rob McKinney, eSUB, Jeff Sample, CEO Ironman of IT, LLC (sign up to have lunch provided via voucher)
Thursday 10/29 at 9:00 AM - Keynote – Embracing Change in Construction; Josh Bone, Executive Director of Industry Innovation and Interim Executive Director ELECTRI, National Electrical Contractors Association
Thursday 10/29 at 11:00 AM – Mobile Technology to Stay Connected; Lisa Stine, Technical Solutions Executive – Construction, PlanGrid / Autodesk Construction Solutions