20. June 2018 - 18:30 till 20:30
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Plan, construct and operate: manage data through building's lifecycle | | Wednesday, 20. June 2018

Plan, construct and operate: manage data through building's lifecycle

We are delighted to have Adrian Wildenauer from pom+Consulting AG join us to elaborate on this interesting topic.
Digitalization has long since arrived in the Swiss real estate market and concerns all stakeholders: owners, planners, developers, construction companies, and facility managers.  
Building Information Modeling (BIM) is next to Blockchain and drones one of the buzzwords in the real estate sector of today. By applying data science principles, BIM is the main hope for speeding up and controlling the processes in the construction industry. Currently, it is only used in a small part of the building's lifecycle – the mere planning.

 On the other hand,  buildings live very long and very traditional lives. Throughout their lifecycle, they are planned, financed, developed, drawn, inhabited, renovated, sold and demolished. Planning and construction of building totals only up to 20% of the total cost of a single building.
We need to start with the end in mind, the future user must be involved right from the start, providing insights and useful data.
This is covered by the so-called life cycle data management, a methodology that combines the basics, structuring, and ordering of data for buildings over the entire lifecycle.

About our speaker:

Adrian Wildenauer is a senior consultant at Zurich-based real estate company pom+Consulting AG and a lecturer for BIM in theory and practice at CUREM - Center for Urban and Real Estate Management, University of Zurich.

He is a Construction Manager, studied at various universities in Europe and is also a regular scholar at the Centre for Integrated Facility Engineering at Stanford University.  Adrian is specialized on the effective use of BIM in construction and facility projects while using and implementing SCRUM methods, being a Professional Scrum Master himself. He is an active researcher in the areas of Virtual Design and Construction.

18:00 Registration18.30 Presentation19:30 Q&A20:00 Networking Apéro
Event Language: English
Professional Development Units: 2
- 0.5 Leadership 
- 1.0 Strategic & Business Management
- 0.5 Technical Project Management
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