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Title: Reinforce Your Working Domain With Leading-Edge BIM Training And Skills To Thrive And Succeed


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Reinforce your working domain with leading-edge
BIM training and skills to thrive and succeed
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  • As we move forward into a highly competitive
    future, individuals and professionals must
    reinforce their working domain with leading-edge
    skills to thrive and succeed. Professional or
    skill development is no longer a rarity, its a
    potential requirement. With disruptive trends,
    technology, and processes taking over, honing a
    specialized skill-set makes it easier for you to
    do what is expected of you, or something that
    piques your interest. The construction sector on
    a global level is one of the fastest-growing
    sectors in every country for people, companies,
    and professionals. Furthermore, if construction
    enterprises need to thrive, they do require
    skilled professionals to build a robust platform
    that is capable of working on a global level.

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  • The world of construction and infrastructure has
    its advantages and disadvantages. One of the most
    critical aspects of construction engineering is
    the presence of the word or phenomenon called
    disaster. Through modernized tools and
    processes like Building Information Modeling
    (BIM) and autonomous technology or automation,
    disaster risks can be mitigated substantially.
    These new improvements have changed the way AEC
    professionals design, analyze, and build projects.

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  • The Current Construction Scenario.
  • Looking at the current population scenario, it is
    important to reflect technological advancements
    from the AEC fraternity and provide a means to
    help the current population through sensitive
    conditions. The word disaster carries a myriad
    of meanings, which could range from human errors
    in building infrastructure, usage of low-quality
    materials, lack of skill, or natural disasters.

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  • The lack of knowledge in people that move from a
    rural setup to an urban one creates inferior or
    substandard construction that lacks optimum
    structural components to withstand disasters.
    Understanding the word resilience comes from an
    understanding that talks about the capacity of a
    person, system, or thing to recover with
    flexibility. It is important to understand that
    resilient construction is not the same as
    sustainable construction.

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  • New technological tools and processes use
    resilient tools and technology to design
    buildings, communities, or landscapes that
    respond extremely well to any kind of
    construction disaster. Moving from traditional
    workflow to a BIM or automated workflow has
    contributed to the resilience factor. A legacy or
    traditional retrofit comprises of processes that
    include limited scalability in terms of
  • Data Compilation
  • Architects, engineers, and various AEC
    professionals are included in this process
    wherein a survey records all the measurements of
    building elements viz. floors, walls, doors, etc.
    This is the first data stack the second data
    stack is collected and analyzed for seismic
    parameters.

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  • Data Conversion
  • Vulnerability judgment Data in terms of
    vulnerability includes seismic processes like
    earthquakes, floods, etc.
  • Structural study To come up with a seismic
    calculation, structural engineers take into
    consideration the exact structural configuration
    of the building or project.
  • Retrofit outline As a conclusion of the
    vulnerability assessment, the architects and
    engineers come up with a proposal that includes
    building elements like beams, columns, etc. This
    structural analysis ensures the building is
    resilient during a natural disaster.

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  • 3. Documentation
  • This process includes the process of creating
    high-quality documents or document stacks that
    include crucial information like
  • Existing building plans
  • Study of structural analysis
  • Retrofit Information
  • Building details
  • Cost estimation or BOQ

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  • Construction Process
  • Once the construction process is complete and
    approved by all the parties internal and
    external, the installation of elements like
    slabs, walls, and various other elements begins.
  • With this traditional retrofit method, the
    project experienced a myriad of bottlenecks that
    made the whole process inefficient and
    non-resilient.
  • Traditional methodologies to create spreadsheets
  • Absence of an integrated platform for all the
    stakeholders
  • Manual modeling techniques to include digital
    models into a retrofit setting
  • Manual hand-sketching techniques for a geometric
    survey

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  • BIMs contribution to disaster management
  • New processes like BIM integrated with modern
    tools and technology optimizes disaster
    resilience, performance, and sustainability for a
    construction project. BIM can be referred to as
    an Information and Communications Technology
    nerve center that facilitates the use of
    information at every stage of the project
    lifecycle.
  • The deployment of BIM is extremely beneficial for
    every project phase or lifecycle viz. design,
    development, FM, and demolition. The role of BIM
    for pre and post-disaster management can be
    listed as

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  • Pre-Disaster Phase
  • The Design Phase
  • Assess design options
  • Facilitate design team involvement early on in
    the design process
  • Minimize construction waste
  • Run structural performance resilience
    simulations
  • Design and Construction
  • Adopt health and safety standards
  • Construction Phase
  • Use lean processes to improve onsite construction

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  • Post-Disaster Phase
  • Evacuation Rescue
  • Quick evacuation
  • Asses or evaluate evacuee conduct or attitude
  • Governing BIM data compliance
  • Furnishing accurate BIM data corresponding to
    disaster management
  • Escorting evacuees to the nearest safe locations
  • Optimizing fire safety

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  • Recovery Reconstruction
  • Deploying 4D BIM to enhance quality management
    and optimize the process for change orders
  • Enhance new construction resilience
  • Leverage new mechanization
  • Moving from traditional workflows to efficient
    ones using modern processes and technology takes
    construction to an all-new level. Legacy
    processes in construction never took into
    consideration the value of data or
    information gathering, sharing, and analysis.
    This is where Building Information Modeling (BIM)
    makes a substantial stand.

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  • Adoption of BIM with tools or software like
    Revit, Navisworks, Laser Scanners, IoT, or
    autonomous systems boosts project efficiency,
    productivity, and reduces turnaround times
    thereby cutting down on costs and construction
    waste.
  • Offering various skill-set training programs for
    professionals expands the scope of an enterprise
    to take-in global projects and showcases its
    services and solutions. There are various job
    roles in the construction sector that require
    specialized skills-sets viz. General Laborers,
    Surveyors, Project Managers, Civil Engineers,
    Production Managers, etc.

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  • The importance of learning
  • Making technology education available at every
    corner of the globe is crucial as trends in
    construction are quite mixed and definite as
    well. With BIM adopted early on in the project
    lifecycle, gives exceptional long-term benefits.
  • Since labor constitutes a very large part of
    construction, it is critical to monitor their
    productivity also called labor productivity.
    Labor productivity is not a measure of their
    capabilities, but the ability to transform work
    through overall effectiveness. For example
    Buying a piece of equipment for a laborer can
    enhance labor productivity as technology has
    always complemented human intelligence and
    physical aspects as well.

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  • Owners and Contractors are often concerned about
    labor activity in terms of their skill-sets,
    safety, and more. Monitoring labor productivity
    at low-level measures assesses the productivity
    of an individual, but making a large-scale impact
    can be used to derive global industry standards.
  • Self-paced learning or e-learning is playing an
    important part in training professionals for
    various skill-sets. This approach makes it easy
    for professionals to learn in their own time, and
    achieve the necessary skills to thrive in a
    fast-paced construction sector. Numerous
    enterprises understand the significance of
    providing on-job training for individuals to make
    them perceive the depth of actual project
    execution.

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  • Factors that affect on-site productivity
  • Age Skill Experience
  • Leadership and Incentives
  • Other factors that influence job site
    productivity would be listed as
  • Project Size
  • Complexity
  • Labor skills or availability
  • Equipment application
  • Contracts

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  • Taking brilliant and visionary professionals and
    turning them into high-level project management
    individuals is one of the most crucial driving
    forces for an AEC firm to grow. Upgrading to a
    high level of project management requires
    laser-focus training on people management,
    technical skills, forward-looking vision,
    empathy, and a will to make significant changes
    in work and society. Enterprises hire
    gold-standard project management individuals to
    lead and create a firm vision that works in the
    best interest of the people and the company.

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  • Conclusion
  • The skilled workforce is in high demand, and
    there is a substantial shortage of skilled
    professionals. This challenge has got enterprises
    from all over the globe to bring in training
    programs that specifically work on industry-based
    scenarios. With the adoption of new processes and
    technology, it is important to get in the best
    talents who can stir up exceptional results
    through skill-based training. It will be
    interesting to see how enterprises can close the
    gap of skilled workforce shortage and continue to
    thrive in a competitive AEC market.
  • As we move forward into the future, the frequency
    and magnitude of these natural disasters may
    elevate due to various global factors, and
    construction resilience would be one of the most
    critical aspects in terms of sustainability and
    precautions that require the presence of global
    collaboration.

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  • BIM processes and technology will play an
    important role in terms of construction project
    management, environmental resilience, etc. It is
    also important for the concept of resilience to
    be integrated into work culture and practices
    that augment productivity.
  • The adoption of BIM can be adopted to build
    professional governing bodies, necessary
    training, relevant education, universal codes,
    and robust frameworks.

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  • Thank You
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    ion/
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