Central New Mexico's BIM Resource
Time: June 14, 2018 from 11:30am to 1pm
Location: CNM Community College, Advanced Technology Center, room 108
Street: 4700 Alameda Blvd. NE
City/Town: Albuquerque, NM 87113
Website or Map: https://www.google.com/maps/p…
Phone: 505.224.4000 ext 50009
Event Type: owners, facility, maintenance, handover
Organized By: Bruce Gunderson
Latest Activity: Jun 14, 2018
Hello 505 BIMer’s!
Please join us for our,
505 BIM User’s Group June 2018 Monthly Meeting
Thursday June 14 at 11:30 at CNM's Advanced Technology Center room 108.
(Please park on south side of building off of Jefferson. Enter West building near lobby, room 108 at end of hall.)
This month’s feature presentation is:
Arkansas Children's Northwest: Steamlining handover & jump starting maintenance fro the facilities team
In August 2015, Arkansas Children’s, Inc., announced plans to build a freestanding children’s hospital in Springdale, Arkansas, to advance pediatric health care in the region and provide care close to home for the more than 200,000 children. The new building—Arkansas Children’s Northwest—will include 235,000 square feet of inpatient beds, emergency care, diagnostic services, and clinical space. The hospital’s construction and facilities team put together a
detailed set of data specifications to streamline the handover of the building and jump start maintenance and operations. The goal was to have all equipment data populated in the
computerized maintenance management system (CMMS) by substantial completion in the fall of 2017. This will let critical maintenance processes be in place prior to completion. To realize that vision, a number of issues had to be addressed to successfully hand over data before the end of the project. This presentation will walk through planning, design, construction, and the beginning of operations.
· Discuss processes for gathering and validating data throughout the project lifecycle
· Discover insights for dealing with the complexity of multiple disciplines and firms at various stages of the project lifecycle
· Learn how to properly write a data collection spec and properly check the accuracy of the data
· Understand how mistakes were made and what was done to correct them
Presented by Mark Mergenschroer with Bernhard TME
Mark Mergenschroer is the Building Information Modeling (BIM) application specialist for TME, a multidiscipline engineering firm based in Little Rock, Arkansas. Mergenschroer has 21 years of construction and engineering design experience. He has played a key role in the
implementation of Revit MEP software at TME. Mergenschroer has shared his BIM knowledge at events such as Autodesk University, BIM Forum, American Society for Healthcare Engineering, American Hospital Association, ASHRAE, Fiatech, BILT North America and numerous Revit User Groups. Mark has also been leading the BIM Innovative Services Group at TME. This group focuses on training, technology, and project delivery for the building lifecycle. He is also an adjunct professor at Arizona State University (ASU), and has been involved with the development of the VLC Collaboration Space at ASU, and lectures on the subject of building start-up and commissioning using BIM tools.
Hope to see you all there and remember to RSVP!
As always Lunch will be provided!
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See you all there!
505 BIM User’s Group President