Presented by TAP.
This session will present how The Ohio State University has successfully developed a BIM Project Delivery Standard (PDS) that enables the model to serve as a single-source of truth for relevant spatial and asset information throughout the building lifecycle. This Delivery Standard has truly “begun with the end in mind” by taking advantage of the knowledge gained from the BIM for Existing Buildings portion of the Buckeye BIM Initiative. The session will highlight how the Revit portion of this deliverable works in collaboration with structured asset data to facilitate its utilization in effective data turnover. Special attention will be paid to how and why the BIM PDS has evolved since its publication in 2015, along with how Ohio State uses the models and data currently and where we are heading. In addition, the session will cover lessons learned and continuing challenges in becoming a BIM-centric owner.
October 29 at 4:30 p.m.
Earn 1.0 LU
Online meeting. Details will be sent prior to meeting via Eventbrite.
Speaker: Joe Porostosky
Joe Porostosky is the Director of Facilities Information and Technology Services (FITS) at The Ohio State University (OSU), where he maintains 38 million square feet of space drawings and data, along with providing leadership to facilities-related data and document systems, including OSU’s Enterprise GIS. With a background in technology management, Joe has managed the FITS Team for the past 12 years, providing an active and strategic leadership role within the university and redefining the way his group works by using technology in new and inventive ways. As the leader for the BuckeyeBIM (Building Information Modeling) Initiative, Joe has led OSU in the adoption of BIM for existing buildings and for design and construction to improve the university’s overall decision-making processes and management of buildings. Joe holds a BS in computer science and an MA in public policy and management from OSU.