An Introduction to Autodesk Assemble Wednesday 2nd June 2021, 12pm (GMT)
As we receive more models as part of our workflow, we need to ensure we benefit from the information they provide and how we can re-use this data as part of our delivery. This is so important during our pre-construction activities where we start to use the model for bid management, estimating, project management, scheduling, site management, and finance.
Join our webinar to find out how Autodesk Assemble, part of the Autodesk Construction Cloud unified platform, enables construction professionals to condition, query, and connect BIM data to key workflows including design reviews, takeoffs, estimating, change management, and value engineering to reduce risk and improve efficiencies during project planning and execution.
Date: 2nd June 2021
Time: 12pm - 1pm (GMT)
Construction Strategic Account Consultant, Symetri
Darren has over 25 years' experience working within the Autodesk channel and in particular the Construction industry. Passion, energy and drive is at the heart of what he does to deliver true business and customer value. Keeping things simple and easy to understand whilst remaining truly agile is his philosophy.
Construction Technical and Delivery Manager
Working in a multi-disciplined design and build environment for 24 years, Steve has vast knowledge of the problems that will be encountered on projects of all sizes, and provides suitable solutions. Steve’s main expertise lies in the design, construction and management workflow of information and technology requirements to ensure a project meets the full requirements and data is reused through the delivery.
Autodesk Construction Solutions (ACS) Product Specialist EMEA
My name is Alex Brunning and I'm the QTO Product Specialist here in EMEA. I've worked on many different live projects doing Estimating, Take-offs, document management and planning. Before joining Autodesk just over a year a go, I was working for an Oracle partner in Australia where I implemented, trained in Primavera P6 across Australia, New Zealand, Singapore.