Join The Builders' Association for lunch and a WebEd on The Connected Jobsite
Date: June 19, 2018
Location: The Builders' Association, 720 Oak Street, KC MO, 64106
Time: 1:00 to 2:00 pm (sign in begins at 12:40 pm)
Cost: $45 Members and $65 Non Members (Lunch is included)
In this webinar Josh Bone and Tony Nicolaidis along with Taylor Cupp of Mortenson will discuss the value of a connected jobsite. Today’s jobsites are changing and more digital information is being leveraged to improve communication across all project participants to reduce the risk of errors and omissions in our traditional processes. We will explore case studies that were produced from actual projects highlighting the importance of real-time access to the most current project documents. We will also discuss apps, software, hardware and other digital tools that require connectivity to optimize their use. Participants can expect to gain a better understanding of the value that connected jobsite provide on projects of all sizes and scopes.
Josh Bone, Construction Technology Specialist, Dewalt: Having worked with some of the top technology leaders in the industry, Josh specializes in identifying best practices and methodologies for integrating BIM and mobile applications into everyday workflows. Josh started his career working with design teams, then transitioned into helping construction professionals leverage technology in both the preconstruction and construction phases.
Tony Nicolaidis, Vice President of Marketing, Dewalt: Tony is a 24-year veteran of DEWALT. In his tenure, he has led both product development and commercial teams. Tony is passionate about offering solutions to construction contractors that maximize their productivity. He strongly feels that the future of construction lies in the adoption of digital solutions. He leads the Connected Systems team at DEWALT which focuses on both software and hardware solutions built for the construction industry.
Taylor Cupp, Technologist, M. A. Mortenson Company: Taylor is recognized as an emerging technology expert in the architecture, engineering and construction fields. As a Technologist with Mortenson, Taylor is primarily responsible for leading the company’s efforts to leverage the latest technology, such as virtual reality (VR) in order benefit customers – both today and into the future. Taylor also oversees efforts to reduce the time and cost of construction through the implementation of advanced technology including IoT, sensors, virtual prototypes, BIM in the Field, prefabrication, and Facilities Management Modeling.