Design Management, Document Control & Data Driven Decisions
May 24, 2018 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am BST
Taming the daily deluge of documents, drawings & data for improved project performance
Project information management and document control is easy, right? Since the late 1990’s and the advent of the world wide web, the opportunities presented to construction to revolutionise project delivery through technology adoption have been significant. Fast forward to the present day and we see UK Construction going through its own digital transformation, with many organisations embracing change by reinvigorating and systemising processes and upskilling their people. But practically, how far have we progressed over the last 20 years in the way we manage projects?
Join this webinar to hear Stephen Crompton, CTO at GroupBC discuss the practicalities of traditional project delivery through to the heavier weight document control demands of BIM and level 2 compliance.
Stephen will be joined by Pauline Dickinson, who is part of the GroupBC professional services team, who will give practical insights on document management based on her experience as a Project Admin / Document Controller.
The webinar will also cover:
- Understanding the client brief – starting with the end in mind and ensuring you are capturing the right information, in the right format at the right time
- Mobilising a Project – setting up an engaging space to meet the diverse demands of your project teams, clients, design teams and supply chain
- From WIP design to drawing issue – streamlining the workflows for verified, assured and approved information flow across your project team and to your client.
The fundamentals of information management and more formal document control have not changed, however technology to support you has! Find out more during this webinar.
Who should attend:
Suitable for Project Directors, Project Managers, Senior Document Controllers, Information Managers, BIM Managers
This webinar is part of the Information Management for Construction Webinar Series