Using Technology and Software to Create More-Sustainable Designs (CS500006)

Wednesday, October 6, 2021 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Industry Talk
Smart ManufacturingBuilding Information Modeling (BIM)SustainabilityDigital TransformationDigital Construction

Information

Sustainability in construction is a complex issue. As the world becomes more environmentally focused, we’re wrestling with how to implement sustainability in practice. There are so many pieces to the sustainability puzzle, and technology like Autodesk's Architecture, Engineering & Construction Collection and Construction Cloud software are key pieces. Buro Happold is known for its technology-forward thinking, and has long been working toward an equitable and green recovery, adapting its business to mitigate climate change and the biodiversity crisis. The firm’s vision for the future is for a regenerative ecosystem—both natural and built—that provides suitable habitats for humans and non-humans alike. In this class, we’ll consider how implementing processes, documentation, and software can help support more sustainable and environmentally friendly design, and we’ll share lessons Buro Happold has learned regarding how to effectively use technology to achieve these aims.
Language
English
Session ID
CS500006

Tags

Products
Autodesk DocsBIM 360 BuildBIM 360 DesignBIM 360 Docs
Industry
Construction
Audience Occupations
BIM/VDC managerBuilding OwnerConstruction ManagerExecutive/Senior Manager/DirectorInnovation Manager/DirectorSupply chain/purchasing/procurement professional
Audience Role
Product Users
Learning Unit
AIA

Key Learnings

1
Discover the contract terms or documentation that will support and require more-sustainable design, processes, and practices
2
Learn about implementing technology and improved processes that produce more-sustainable design, processes, and practices
3
Learn how to implement internal processes and documentation to improve sustainability in working practices
4
Assess how your organization can successfully implement a more sustainability-focused ethos and design processes