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On-Demand Groundbreak 2020 | The Integrated Virtual Builder: Our Journey of Realignment Around 'Project Lifecycle'
Note about the Final Quiz:
After completing the course content you will take the final quiz. You'll need to answer 3/3 (100%) of the questions correctly in order to pass this course.
This session tells the tale of McCarthy's organizational transformation and evolution from a "BIM-enabled Workforce" to a more collaborative, project lifecycle-focused "Integrated Virtual Builder." Dating back to 2017, McCarthy's BIM-enabled workforce approach from office to field was seeing great results in pockets of excellence––however, there was a deeper desire to transition to a more VDC-, process-driven mindset that would incorporate all project stakeholders to drive greater lifecycle benefits. By working closely with all internal and external stakeholders from project inception through handover, early engagement and project delivery benefits could be more closely aligned by "beginning with the end in mind" for BIM-enabled deliverables and VDC-driven processes. Through this new mantra of "IVB" (The Integrated Virtual Builder), McCarthy forged new key to the doors of Operational Excellence for moving the industry forward in 2020 and beyond.
- How organizational technology alignment and change aligns with operational business goals.
- How important it is to listen to the voice of the customer in order to drive positive change.
- The differences between BIM, VDC, and people's understanding of the two.
- Understanding the challenging alignment of People, Process, and Technology both internally and externally.
Continuing Education Credit:
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Course Title: The Integrated Virtual Builder: Our Journey of Realignment Around 'Project Lifecycle'
Course Number: PC-379
Delivery Name: Procore Technologies
Curriculum Group Name: AIA Providers
Credit: 0.5 AIA LU
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