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3 Levels of Collaboration in Design

May 14, 2020 at 03:00:00 PM · Eastern Time (US & Canada)
About This Webinar

Buildings are complex designs that require collaboration of many consultants. Thanks to the evolving technology, we have many tools that can help us achieve collaboration. Although, in the end tools do not guarantee the success of the collaboration process or the design. How they are implemented and how each party is utilizing them can be the determining factor.

In this presentation, we will explore what institutes a good collaboration process and outline the determining factors for it. Following this, we will explore different methods that explore three levels:
— Collaborating with non-shared systems
— Collaborating with shared information, utilizing cloud systems
— Collaborating with real-time BIM data

Advantages and challenges presented by each method, strategies for success will be discussed.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: C$5.00
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter
Design Technology Manager, HOK Canada
After graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, Yigit pursued his interest in technology and Building Information Modelling processes. In addition to his architectural background, he expanded his knowledge base working with mechanical, electrical and structural engineers, coordinating teams to collaborate better together utilizing technology. He is currently the Design Technology Manager for HOK's Canada practice.

Yigit has experience with various healthcare, retail, mixed use, transportation and industrial projects. He actively works with clients and project teams to determine requirements and build technology workflows that will deliver projects successfully.
Yigit is also an active member of CanBIM community, he has been working with Design & Engineering Think Tank (formerly Designers Steering Committee) since 2015, during which he has had several BIM related articles published.