Navigating the Stratosphere: Pushing the Cloud to the Limit

Tuesday, January 16, 2018
Free and open to all. Lunch provided by Ideate.
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Learn about the Salt Lake City International Airport project and how HOK reevaluated, strategized, and adopted new technologies to enhance the collaborative design process. Hear about the hurdles and opportunities that appear when the Cloud is pushed to the limit by projects of colossal dimensions.

Following a 12-year planning period, HOK was commissioned to design the Salt Lake City International Airport in Utah, one of the largest aviation projects under construction in the United States. In 2017, the airport launched a 740,000-square-foot concourse expansion to the ongoing project, bringing the total area to 2.3 million square feet and total construction cost to $2.8 billion. This change provided HOK with the opportunity to realign its BIM execution plan with a brand-new set of design technologies supporting big data, including A360 Collaboration for Revit cloud service, FormIt 360 software, Dynamo Studio software, Revizto, and Enscape.

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