Streamlining the Delivery of Simultaneous Design Projects
A Revit User Group
Kaiser Permanente hired HOK, a global design, architecture, engineering, and planning firm, to simultaneously design two medical office buildings, one in Roseville and one in Redwood City. Join this presentation to hear HOK’s successful approach to streamlining delivery by using several cloud–based services and augmenting the Revit models for rendering and virtual reality, collaboration, file sharing, program validation, and FFE management.
You’ll hear about how they used several tools, including: Autodesk Revit, dRofus, Dynamo, Autodesk A360 VR Panorama, and Autodesk BIM 360 Glue.
About the Presenters:
Brent Martin is an artist, architect, and graphic designer with 18 years of professional experience. Before pursuing a career in architecture, Brent was a graphic designer for seven years, four of them within an architecture firm, where he specialized in corporate identity, publishing, exhibits, way–finding, and architectural graphics. Brent’s career in architecture has focused on institutional projects for companies in the following market sectors: academic, science and tech, justice, and healthcare.
Maggie Hua is an architectural designer at HOK. Born and raised in south China, Maggie has studied architecture and worked in Hong Kong, Shanghai, New Jersey, and Paris, and she is now in San Francisco. She graduated from the University of Hong Kong with highest honors and earned a Master of Architecture from Princeton University, where she was also an Assistant Instructor in urban studies and the Public Affairs Chair of the Chinese association.