1 Sponsored by Bentley Systems Preactive MC 2 Mid Continent MicroStation Community Adjective take-charge, energetic, driven, bold, dynamic August Overland Park Convention Center Overland Park, KS Serving the Greater Kansas City area: Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa and beyond The 2011 MCMC Conference finds us in an age of unprecedented, rapidly accelerating change. It s too late for proactive: we need to become preactive. The dictionary defines proactive as being take-charge, energetic, driven, bold, dynamic. We all know the drill. Don t wait, do something NOW take action! But, things are changing so fast that it is easy to be doing something that doesn t need to be done. How do we know the action to take is the right action? Being proactive is all about solving today s problems before they grow worse. This is no longer good enough. We need to solve tomorrow s problems the ones that are predictable and solve them BEFORE they happen. To be preactive is to anticipate the future events and take positive action to meet those needs. Stop thinking of change as disruptive. Shift from proactive to preactive, from reaction to anticipation. Rather than live in constant crisis management, take initiative. Become an opportunity manager. If you become preactive, you are in opportunity mode and you are looking at problems before they occur. Instead of reacting to change from the outside in, you can create change from the inside out. Purposeful. Constructive. Inside-out change that directs your future. So take the next few days and immerse yourself in the sessions and workshops at the conference. Find the solutions to the problems that you are in a unique position to see coming in the near future. Then go back and put these solutions into action. Be preactive! August 2011 Call to Arms for involvement We always need new members like yourself to help plan the conference, present or host meetings beyond the annual conference. The current leadership and committee members have donated much of their time and we would like you, the conference attendee, to get involved. While there is real effort involved, participation is rewarding and can be a huge step in your personal and career development. Please, find a Committee Member and ask them what you can do to help! Thanks to you! Thank you for attending and have a great conference! Kirk Reh Kirk Reh - Chairperson, MC 2...and the whole committee
2 Layout of Conference Sessions Registration by the Entrance Workshop in Rooms 7 and in the Executive Conference Room Sessions in Rooms 1,2,3,4,5 and 6 Lunch will be held in Ballroom B upstairs from the main conference area Registration Costs: $99 / day per attendee Registration Includes: Attendance to all sessions and Keynote Breakfast Lunch Snacks Registration Packs (workshops not included) Workshop Costs: $60 / workshop. See page 9 for more info.
3 MicroStation - Day 1 Everything Working Units... 9:30 10:30 Presented by Greg Roberts HNTB This session will focus on DGN Working Unit Settings and how MicroStation handles files with mixed units and file types. Major Topics of discussion will be: Working Unit Settings, Accuracy, Global Origin, Unit Definition Files, True Scale, DWG Files and how to handle the infamous Survey Foot/International Foot challenge, the differences between GEOPAK and InRoads, how working units apply to Point Cloud files. Geospatial Coordinate Systems explained, and raster file units. Civil Visualization with MicroStation SELECT Series :45 11:45 Presented by Jerry Flynn, Bentley MicroStation V8i (SELECTseries 3) includes powerful new tools for easily creating visualizations and animations of civil projects. In this session you ll learn about new tools for populating models with content, creating pavement markings, and animating traffic that make it easy to bring your models to life. MicroStation V8i SELECT Series 3 Sneak Peak... 1:00 2:00 Presented by Chris Bober, Bentley Systems Get an early look at the next version of MicroStation V8i and learn what beta users are saying about the latest innovations in this upcoming release. This session will highlight how MicroStation V8i (SELECTseries 3) will continue the tradition of delivering high-value updates and innovations to improve productivity and workflows in your organization. Efficient Drawing Management with Dynamic Views... 2:15 3:15 Presented by John Frampton, Bentley Systems Designed for MicroStation users and CAD administrators, this seminar will introduce you to the best practices for implementing dynamic views in your drawing production workflows. You will also learn how to properly integrate standards into those workflows. Key topics will include dynamic views, sheet models, annotations, and styles. Working with Point Cloud Data in MicroStation SELECT Series :30 4:30 Presented by Paul DiGiacobbe, HNTB This session will focus on leveraging the new enhancements within MicroStation that enable the viewing and manipulation of point cloud data. The session will show example workflows and live data demonstrations from highway infrastructure projects. MicroStation - Day 2 DWG Interoperability with MicroStation...8:15 9:15 Presented by John Frampton, Bentley Systems Designed for MicroStation users and administrators, this seminar will show you how you can work with data in the DWG format and efficiently interchange that data with project participants. Key topics will include Autodesk RealDWG, standards, and batch operations. Customizing the Interface in MicroStation SELECT Series 2...9:30 10:30 Presented by Jeanne Aarhus, Aarhus Associates This session takes an in-depth look at customizing MicroStation for individual disciplines and users. In this session you will learn to create custom tool boxes, frames, and menu bars to increase standardization and productivity immediately. If you have trouble maintaining standards or you just want to improve MicroStation to work your way, this session is designed for you! Consistent Drawing Production with Annotation Scale...10:45 11:45 Presented by John Frampton, Bentley Systems Designed for MicroStation users and CAD administrators, this hands-on workshop will focus on how annotation scale can be implemented as a part of your project standards and how to integrate it into your drawing production workflows. Key topics will include drawing composition, annotation scale, and standards management. Collaborate and Fascinate with Bentley Navigator...1:00 2:00 Presented by Kristi Patterson, tvsdesign As designers and engineers, we need to gather, interrogate and visualize project data from the entire design team who may be using a wide array of creation tools. This session will demonstrate how Navigator provides a platform to bring all your project data together while providing tools to identify potential design issues, collaborate with the entire project team and wow the client with stunning visualizations. Knowledge Level: All Users Tips and Tricks in MicroStation V8i SELECT Series 2...2:15 3:15 Presented by Jeanne Aarhus, Aarhus Associates This session introduces the new enhancements and productivity tools available in MicroStation V8i. The presentation focuses on the tools that ALL USERS need to know. Some of these tools include...accusnap, View Groups, Named Fences, using the new Styles...and many more "every day" enhancements that can be found throughout MicroStation V8i. If you are a "general" user and need to get up-to-speed in V8i as quickly as possible, then this session is for you!
4 Civil - Day 1 Civil Products SELECT Series 3 Sneak Peak... 9:30 10:30 Presented by Derricke Gray, Bentley Systems If you haven t seen what s ahead for the Civil products in SS3, then you are in for a treat. This session will open the curtain and give you a look at the extremely exciting enhancements planned for the SS3 release. Gore Design... 10:45 11:45 Presented by Mark Lemieux, HNTB This presentation will show how InRoads can be used to easily design and model the gore area where a ramp connects a mainline. The InRoads Vertical Gore Tool will be used to accurately design the ramp vertical alignment. The modeling will be accomplished using a variety of InRoads functions including Parametric Constraints, Secondary Alignments, Superelevation Control Lines, Corridor Point Controls, Point Control Priorities, End Condition Exceptions, Target Aliasing, and Corridor Clipping. Knowledge Level: intermediate and advanced GIS Civil Integration... 1:00 2:00 Presented by Derricke Gray, Bentley Systems Although GIS has been around for awhile and the information from GIS systems readily available, there continues to be a wide gulf when it comes to using this information in civil design. This session will show you how to bridge this gulf by exposing you to tools in Bentley Map that can be extremely advantageous to a civil designer. Clash Detection... 2:15 3:15 Presented by Bob Rolle, Bentley Systems Eliminating a single interference before it gets to the field saves time and money. What if you could review your entire design and remove all the interferences? What if there was a more effective way to review your colleagues work? See it done automatically and interactively with Bentley Civil software. Coordinate Systems in Civil Design... 3:30 4:30 Presented by Bob Rolle, Bentley Systems This presentation will give a high level overview of how coordinate Systems work in MicroStation. When do we use them? Ground? Grid? Projections? Many questions to be answered including setting up a custom System and making all your data line up. Civil - Day 2 Roadway Designer 1 Overview... 8:15 9:15 Presented by Corey Johnson, Bentley This presentation will provide a thorough walk-through of the tools and capabilities that make Roadway Designer work for you. Topics will include typical sections, template application, super elevation. You'll learn about all the pieces and all the tools at an easy and productive pace. Roadway Designer 2 Advanced #1... 9:30 10:30 Presented by Corey Johnson, Bentley This presentation will provide a more advanced walk-through of the tools and capabilities that make Roadway Designer work for you. Topics will include point controls, end conditions, and end condition exceptions. Creating end conditions is simple, but with this simplicity comes tremendous power. Learn how to harness the power of end conditions for basic cut and fill, ditches, benching, rock tracing, vectors, and so much more. Roadway Designer 3 Advanced # :45 11:45 Presented by Corey Johnson, Bentley In this exciting presentation Roadway Designer's will give you the "inside scoop" on all the cool things you can accomplish. From the simple to the unthinkable, you will learn about embedded tools that will make work easier and more efficient for even the savviest of users. Knowledge Level: All Levels Dynamic Site Modeling With GEOPAK and InRoads... 1:00 2:00 Presented by Bob Rolle, Bentley Systems GEOPAK and InRoads contain powerful, dynamic site modeling tools. This presentation will cover the Site Modeler capabilities long available in GEOPAK and now available in InRoads. LIDAR Real World Implementation... 2:15 3:15 Panel discussion LIDAR data can differentiate you from your competitors while at the same time causing numerous challenges figuring out how to harness its potential. This panel will discuss past successes and challenges they have discovered while incorporating LIDAR data into their individual workflows. Come pick the brains of subject matter experts, surveyor/data collectors and practitioners to find out how to leverage the power of LIDAR.
5 Building - Day 1 AECOSim Building Designer Architecture... 9:30 10:30 Presented by Rob Riley, Bentley Learn about the latest BIM technology for architectural modeling with the Bentley s AECOsim Building Designer s Architectural module. See new functionality, tools and content. Learn about important Dataset changes and powerful Dynamic View capabilities. Knowledge Level: All Users AECOsim Building Designer Structural... 10:45 11:45 Presented by Joel Rosenbaum, Bentley Systems Learn about the latest BIM technology for structural modeling and analysis integration with the Bentley s AECOsim Building Designer s Structural module. See new functionality, tools and content. Learn about important Dataset changes and powerful Dynamic View capabilities. Knowledge Level: Intermediate Concrete and Rebar details / Introduction to ProConcrete... 1:00 2:00 Presented by Jim Barr, Bentley Systems ProConcrete is a reinforced concrete modeling and detailing product which produces accurate 3d models of many different concrete shapes. Focus will be on modeling reinforced concrete structures, producing detailed reports, and producing concrete drawings. Also presented will be ProConcrete s unique ability to drive automated rebar shearing, bending, optimizing, and shipping systems. ProConcrete is one of Bentley s newest products but has already won the Most Innovative Product (MIP) award at the 2011 World of Concrete in Las Vegas, NV. Knowledge Level: All Users Customizing a project Workspace & Dataset Building Perspective Part :15 3:15 Presented by Lauren Collier, SSOE This presentation will be review a customized workspace and dataset approach for a project that uses all building verticals. We will review specific edits to configuration files, folder structure, variables, and content for all disciplines. This example of a customized company workspace gives you the opportunity to apply corporate, client, and project standard flexibility. With more of an Architectural and Structural focus we will go over how you can go a little farther in your DataGroup system to harvest even more information. Knowledge Level: All Users Customizing a project Workspace & Dataset Building Perspective Part :30 4:30 Presented by David Cusano, SSOE This presentation will be review a customized workspace and dataset approach for a project that uses all building verticals. We will review specific edits to configuration files, folder structure, variables, and content for all disciplines. This example of a customized company workspace gives you the opportunity to apply corporate, client, and project standard flexibility. With more of an Mechanical and Electrical focus, we will go over how you can go a little farther in your DataGroup system to harvest even more information. Knowledge Level: Intermediate Building - Day 2 AECOsim Building Designer Mechanical... 8:15 9:15 Presented by Joel Rosenbaum, Bentley Learn about the latest BIM technology for mechanical modeling with the Bentley s AECOsim Building Designer s Mechanical module. See new functionality and tools. Learn about important Dataset changes and powerful Dynamic View capabilities. Knowledge Level: All Users The GeoSpatial Nexus The Convergence of BIM, CAD, and GIS... 9:30 10:30 Presented by Steve Hutsell, US Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District This session examines the consolidation of CAD, BIM, Infrastructure, Survey, Mapping and GIS data sources in forming a Geospatial Nexus. The Nexus describes the consumption, analysis, synthesis and delivery of the virtual and multi-dimensional representation of planned, designed, built and managed environments for planning and executing key physical and functional project characteristics prior to implementation. Also demonstrated will be examples of how the Geospatial Nexus can be used to destroy evil empires and as protection from alien creatures. Oldies but Goodies... 10:45 11:45 Presented by Shawn Foster, Jacobs As TriForma gave away to Bentley BIM that gives away to AECOSim, there are still productive tools and techniques buried deep within the technology to help along building designers. This presentation will show some old tried-and-true concepts and toolsets to help you in your daily production life.. Knowledge Level: Intermediate Collaborate and Fascinate with Bentley Navigator (in the MicroStation Room)... 1:00 2:00 Presented by Kristi Patterson, tvsdesign As designers and engineers, we need to gather, interrogate and visualize project data from the entire design team who may be using a wide array of creation tools. This session will demonstrate how Navigator provides a platform to bring all your project data together while providing tools to identify potential design issues, collaborate with the entire project team and wow the client with stunning visualizations. Knowledge Level: All Users AECOsim Energy Simulation and Compliance Manager... 2:15 3:15 Presented by Joel Rosenbaum, Bentley Learn about Bentley s new software for the design, simulation and analysis of building mechanical systems and energy performance. See how the Compliance Manager can assist with USBGC LEED Certification process, by empowering teams to deliver LEED certification quickly and more accurately Knowledge Level: All Users
6 ProjectWise - Day 1 What s new in ProjectWise Content Management... 9:30 10:30 Presented by Mark Hattersley, Bentley Systems This session will present the latest capabilities from ProjectWise and show previews of the upcoming release. It is intended to help ProjectWise Administrators, IT Managers, and CAD power users understand what the new features of ProjectWise can do for them as well as provide information for future planning. What s new in ProjectWise Publishing... 10:45 11:45 Presented by John Simmons, Bentley Systems Designed for the CAD manager, technical manager, and ProjectWise administrator, this seminar will provide an overview of the advancements and new functionality offered by ProjectWise InterPlot V8i. Key topics covered will include application integration, format support, PDF, and new printer/plotter support. ProjectWise Application Integration for Transportation Projects... 1:00 2:00 Presented by Bobby Mullenax, Bentley Systems This presentation will provide an overview of the ProjectWise Integration and design workflows for some of the more popular Transportation design applications including Bentley GEOPAK, Bentley InRoads and Autodesk Civil 3D. Getting into Production with ProjectWise Integration for Autodesk Revit... 2:15 3:15 Presented by Mark Hattersley, Bentley Systems This session is intended for the BIM and ProjectWise Administrators to understand how they can get an Autodesk Revit project up and running into production in ProjectWise. Data migration, system configuration, Revit workflows, and capabilities\benefits of the ProjectWise integration for Revit will be covered. ProjectWise Administrator Tips & Tricks... 3:30 4:30 Presented by Bobby Mullenax, Bentley Systems This presentation will provide an overview of some the Best Practices for a ProjectWise Administrator. We will discuss User Settings including Logical, Windows and Windows Synchronized users; Group and User List management. We will discuss Security and workflow Best Practices as well as ProjectWise Project Best Practices. Finally we will discuss some Best Practices for addressing Caching configurations, Performance Monitoring, Datasource Statistics and documenting Latency and Bandwidth issues. Knowledge Level: All levels ProjectWise- Day 2 What does ProjectWise do for the CAD Administrator?...8:15 9:15 Presented by Bobby Mullenax, Bentley Systems ProjectWise is an excellent Engineering content management application that can help any companies CAD administrator. This presentation will outline some of the tools available in ProjectWise that can help your CAD Administrator be more efficient. Some of the features that will be discussed are MicroStation and Auto- CAD Reference File Management, MicroStation Managed workspaces, Titleblock Integration and CAD Standards Management. Knowledge Level: All levels Caching, Routing and Networking for ProjectWise...9:30 10:30 Presented by Kevin van Haaren, HNTB In this session, a ProjectWise administrator will share his real-world experience optimizing network configurations for routing and caching. Attendees will learn how to configure ProjectWise routes, gateways and caching to improve your ProjectWise performance. The presenter will provide example configurations. Knowledge Level: All levels Introducing ProjectWise Dynamic Composition Service for PDF...10:45 11:45 Presented by John Simmons, Bentley Systems In this session you'll learn more about the upcoming ProjectWise PDF Generation Service. You'll find out how you can benefit from its ability to automate the generation of PDFs from multiple source content Coordinated Building Project Teams...1:00 2:00 Presented by Rob Riley, Bentley Systems In this session you'll see how ProjectWise can support team members in multiple remote locations. This informative session will show how ProjectWise can manage project information in a single repository. Supported formats include Office, Bentley BIM, Revit, and AutoCAD based applications like CADDuct and AutoCAD Architecture as well as many others. We will see how models can easily be shared with the extended project team through 3D PDFs and a web viewer. We will wrap up the session by reviewing the Design Review capabilities of Bentley Navigator, including Markup, Clash Detection and Schedule Simulation. Panel Discussion...2:15 3:15 Moderated by Mark Hattersley, Bentley Systems Come meet and discuss ProjectWise with other Administrators, Bentley Software staff, and Bentley ProjectWise Consultants. Topics will include potential future directions for ProjectWise, feedback and insight on feature design, and trends in the industry and how ProjectWise can help make organizations more successful in managing industry and technology changes. A can t miss session for the ProjectWise stakeholder!
7 US Army Corps of Engineers - Day 1 USACE BIM Success Stories...9:30 10:30 Presented by Stephen Spangler, US Army Corps of Engineers, ERDC-ITL It is hard to believe it has been over five years since the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers first began using BIM in design projects. Like the old Virginia Slims slogan You ve come a long way, baby, the Corps truly has come a long way in adopting BIM. This presentation will present a history of that adoption and the successes achieved. Contract Language What Exactly Does the Corps Want?... 10:45 11:45 Presented by Steve Hutsell, US Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District Building Information Modeling (BIM) is a hot topic in the industry, and the Corps of Engineers is leading the way with its use and its requirements for A/E/C Partners to deliver projects. This session will discuss the history and need for the contract language, the current state of the language, the different versions of the language (Center of Standardization projects, non-center of Standardization projects, and BIM Neutral ), the submittal of a BIM Project Execution Plan (PxP), clarifications and other Q&A items frequently submitted to the Corps. USACE Design Review Workflow Using i-model Technology...1:00 2:00 Presented by Travis Wollet, Bentley Systems BIM software is just one small piece in the BIM process puzzle along with collaboration, real-time coordination and many others. This presentation will examine the USACE Dynamic Review BIM workflow leveraging Bentley Navigator V8i. This workflow details 3D visual model reviews, automated clash detection, and 2D drawing redlines in a traceable real-time process. It Is Easy Being Green: Achieving LEED Certification Through BIM...2:15 3:15 Presented by Stephen Spangler, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, ERDC-ITL and David Pratt, CEO/President - LoraxPro Energy/water use reductions are being heavily pursued in both new and existing buildings within USACE. One way to achieve these reductions is to LEED certify buildings. This presentation will focus on USACE's current efforts in LEED certifying buildings and how AECOsim: Compliance Manager is one tool that can aid in those efforts. The ROI of BIM: A Qualitative vs. Quantitative approach...3:30 4:30 Presented by Bill McNamara, Bentley Systems This session will review the return on investment (ROI) of implementing the BIM process. Changing from CAD to BIM offers many areas for improvement including better communication, time savings and improved quality. For many these improvements have not translated into shorter schedules or a reduction in man hours so where did the savings go? We will look not only at the quantitative ROI data but also the qualitative data. US Army Corps of Engineers - Day 2 Creating a Successful Project Execution Plan for USCE and your Company...8:15 9:15 Presented by Steve Hutsell, US Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District This session will focus on understanding the value of early collaborative planning for BIM. Attendees will learn a four-step procedure for developing a BIM Project Execution Plan and discover how to embed BIM planning requirements into the capital facilities delivery process. The presentation will illustrate the benefits of implementing the BIM Project Execution Planning Procedure as either a project team effort or as part of an owner s procurement process. Presenter will describe the adoption of the BIM plan requirements for standardizing deliverables and level of detail. COBie: Let's Not Recreate the Data Ever Again...9:30 10:30 Presented by Beth Brucker, US Army Corps of Engineers, ERDC-CERL Current contracts require the handover of paper operations, maintenance, and management manuals. This documentation is typically gathered at the end of a project and copied from approved submittals, boxed, and delivered two years after beneficial occupancy. There are large costs associated with this process. The Construction and Operations Building information exchange (COBie) is an information exchange format for easily capturing and delivering life-cycle information to the facility managers. In this approach, the information is added as it is created during design, construction and commissioning.. This presentation will contain a brief overview of CO- Bie, how to provide COBie deliverables, information on current COBie pilots, and give an update on vendor implementations of the COBie standard. Knowledge Level: All Levels Looking Beyond the Building: A Bentley/USACE Campus Information Strategy...10:45 11:45 Presented by Bill McNamara, Bentley Systems Campus Information Management projects are some of the most complex multidiscipline implementations found throughout the Geospatial industry. Bentley Systems has developed the Campus Information Management Workshop Program to implement a common platform that accesses multiple data sources and technologies. This presentation will introduce participants to the Bentley Campus Information Management Workshop Program including an overview of the Campus Architecture, data and integration requirements. BIM and Civil works: It s not just for Buildings Anymore...1:00 2:00 Presented by Brian Huston, Bentley Systems This presentation will review the USACE New Orleans District Civil Works Information Model (CWIM) Pilot Production project completed in Lessons learned will be reviewed in the pilot projects that were identified to assess new modeling and analysis processes deployed with a ProjectWise Managed Environment and the USACE Tri-Service Workspace. The review of CWIM generated models using Navigator will be demonstrated and CWIM candidate projects that are currently being assessed at other USACE Civil Works Districts will be critiqued. So Where is USACE Heading? A Panel Discussion...2:15 3:15 We will see a lot of great things at this conference regarding what USACE has been doing with BIM. So what is next? This session will include panel presentations on possible future directions for USACE, as well as addressing any lingering questions through a wrap-up Q&A with the audience.
8 Potpourri - Day 1 CADconform and KDOT Digital Submissions...9:30 10:30 Presented by Matthew Tolmie, Altiva Every owner/operator, major contractor, and DOT is confronted with the task of specifying projects and receiving final deliverables such as CAD files. KDOT requires electronic submission of the DGN files along with associated ProjectWise attribute data. In this session, you will learn how KDOT will apply new, advanced software technologies to migrate from paper to digital submissions while streamlining every phase of their workflow including: a) Defining projects specs, b) Distributing the CAD environment, c) Enforcing CAD standards, d) Indexing drawings for Document Management, and e) Compiling the final digital submission. Preparing for the Coming Wave of Point Cloud Data... 10:45 11:45 Presented by TBD Certainty 3D will introduce TopoDOT a MicroStation application for point cloud processing. The presentation will cover the current state-of-the-art in data sources such as terrestrial static, terrestrial mobile and airborne laser scanning. A brief look at the current economics of laser scanning technology with respect to large productivity gains of recent years. The increased productivity will make the current "trickle" of point cloud data in various applications quickly become a "wave" throughout designbuild operations. Topics such as reorganization of man-power workflows and processes necessary to effectively exploit point cloud data will be discussed. Finally a real time demonstration of TopoDOT will show how easily point cloud data can be integrated and effectively exploited within operations for maximum productivity and return on investment. The Steps to a Successful ProjectWise Upgrade...1:00 2:00 Presented by Chris Pausch, KnoweledgeBase Consulting In the session we will cover the ProjectWise upgrade process including planning, testing and execution. We will be drawing upon our experiences and sharing some useful tips and tricks as well as best practices. Knowledge Level: All levels Leveraging Bluebeam PDF Revu for Controlled Collaboration with ProjectWise...2:15 3:15 Presented by Sasha Reed and James Chambers, Bluebeam Learn how Bluebeam can help you collaborate on projects electronically, leveraging ProjectWise and Bluebeam Studio to offer unprecedented control during the collaborative phases of your projects. Knowledge Level: All levels No session...3:30 4:30 Plotting and Management - Day 2 Everything Workspaces and DGNLibs...8:15 9:15 Presented by David Haskin, Burns & McDonnell This session will discuss what a DGNLIB is and how they are integrated into the MicroStation workspace. Included will be an explanation of how DGNLIB s should be segregated and different approaches to building a workspace, simple to sophisticated. Dynamic Review...9:30 10:30 Presented by HNTB Dynamic Plot allows traditional QA\QC workflows to integrate with your digital Design. Come see how HNTB is using this product to improve quality while saving time and money. Working with GeoCoordinate Systems in MicroStation SELECT Series :45 11:45 Presented by Jack Riley, HNTB This session is an introduction to MicroStation V8i s geospatial tools including a look at was new with the tools in the SS3 release. We ll look at referencing SHP files as well as re-projecting both vector and raster data from one coordinate system to another. We ll also look at how to export data to Google Earth using just a push of a button. Introduction to Plotting in MicroStation SELECT Series 2...1:00 2:00 Presented by Mike Remboldt This is a quick introductory run through MicroStation Plot SS2. It s quite easy now to get results with the default Bentley setup. The session will include tips on a few configuration variables to make it even easier. The new version of MicroStation Print in SS3 will use Iplot.PEN files to print.now is a good time to become familiar with MicroStation Print. Advanced Publishing Capabilities...2:15 3:15 Presented by Nathan Good, HNTB Are you taking full advantage of Bentleys publishing solutions? Bentley solutions allows your plots to be more than just unintelligent linework. This session will cover many advanced capabilities found in Print/Plot as well as InterPlot. Wow your clients and organization with intelligent deliverables! Do you have an idea for a session or vendor? Do you want to be involved in the group? How about hosting a meeting at your office after hours? Check with a committee member and see how you can help out!
9 Workshops - Day 1 Installing the USACE Workspace... 9:30 11:45 Presented by Travis Wollet and Gary Scerni, Bentley Systems This workshop will focus on the implementation, management, and delivery of projects using the Tri-Services Workspace for Bentley CAD and BIM projects. The Workspace is often perceived as being complex, difficult to configure, and having unclear deliverables. This session aims to clear up these perceptions and offer best practices for BIM users, configuration tips for CAD/BIM managers, and uncover the secrets buried in the Workspace. If you have questions or suggestions related to the Tri-Service Workspace this is your opportunity to be heard or get help straight from the authors of the Tri-Services Workspace. Also being covered is the USACE Managed Workspace via ProjectWise. The advantages of Managed Workspaces will be presented as well as lessons learn from implementation at various USACE sites, and the range of managed configuration solutions that Bentley recommends for the Tri-Services Workspace. Roadway Designer Basics... 9:30 11:45 Presented by Corey Johnson, Bentley Systems This workshop will provide a thorough, hands-on experience of all the tools and capabilities that make Roadway Designer work for you all the way to Drive Roadway. Topics will include typical sections, template application, super elevation, point controls, end conditions, and end condition exceptions. You'll learn about all the pieces and all the tools at an easy and productive pace. Roadway Designer Intersection Design... 1:00 4:30 Presented by Corey Johnson, Bentley Systems This hands-on workshop will walk you through the Roadway Designer process for designing and modeling an intersection. This isn't a black box tool where you wonder what you just did. This is real design for real engineers interactive, visual, and accurate. Visualization... 1:00 4:30 Presented by Jerry Flynn, Bentley Systems Designed for MicroStation users and visualization aficionados, this hands-on workshop will focus on how to create impressive renderings and animations for civil engineering projects using the Luxology rendering engine. Key topics will include integrating realistic content, setting up views and environments, and simulating traffic. Workshops - Day 2 No workshop... 8:15 11:45 Advanced Site Modeler with GEOPAK focus... 8:15 11:45 Presented by Bob Rolle, Bentley Systems This workshop introduces experienced GEOPAK Site designers to more advanced Modeler tools, procedures and concepts than are presented in the beginner level courses. This workshop is an advanced course and assumes the student is already intimately familiar with the site modeler and its various tools. Prerequisites: Attendees should have a basic working knowledge of MicroStation V8 and general site design principles. Designing with Missouri DOT s Roadway Designer... 1:00 3:15 Presented by Kevin Vollett and Bill Politte, Missouri DOT This course introduces the user to the workflow for utilizing the GEOPAK 3D model based design tools known as Roadway Designer. The workflow includes importing GEOPAK data and basic template creation using the MoDOT standard template library. Upon completion, attendees will be able to set up a GEOPAK Roadway Designer Project, import GEOPAK TIN s and geometry, plan graphics, understand smart updates, create simple templates using MoDOT s standard library, create simple corridor surfaces, and create GEOPAK cross sections. No Workshop... 1:00 3:15 Workshop information: All workshops are hands-on, with one computer per student. We do not double up students on computers. All workshops have hand outs, unless otherwise noted. Check the registration table for open seating and/or cancellations if you are interested in a workshop.
10 KEYNOTE SPEECH: Harry Vitelli, Bentley Systems Harry will provide an overview of Bentley s collaboration product strategy and demonstrate new innovations that will enable interoperability, mobility, data sharing and deliverable publishing. About Keynote speaker: Harry is responsible for all R&D associated with Bentley Software s Platform Product Group, which includes MicroStation, ProjectWise and Navigator. He has been with Bentley for over 3 years, but in the information technology business for over thirty years. Before joining Bentley, Harry was with Adobe where he ran the Acrobat and PDF product management efforts. Previous to Bentley, Harry was with Sony and Apple where he held a range of product management and software development positions. Thanks to our presenter s companies Want your company logo here? Be a presenter! Unsure how? Talk to a committee member. Special thanks to Amy Hipp, Molly Brown and all of the Bentley User Group Team!
11 Conference Matrix Day 1 Tuesday, August 16, :15-8:00 Registration 8:00-8:15 Opening Remarks Kirk Reh, Chairperson, MCMC 8:15-9:15 Keynote Speaker Harry Vitelli, Bentley Systems MicroStation Civil Building ProjectWise US Army Corps Potpourri Workshop 1 Workshop 2 9:30-10:30 Everything Working Units SS3 Sneak Peek AECOSIM Building Designer Architectural What's new in ProjectWise Content Management USACE BIM Success Stories CADconform and KDOT Digital Submissions Instructor Greg Roberts - HNTB Derricke Gray - Bentley Rob Riley - Bentley 10:30-10:45 BREAK 10:45-11:45 Civil Visualization with MicroStation SS3 Gore Design! AECOSim Building Designer Structural Mark Hattersley - Bentley What's new in ProjectWise Publishing Stephen Spangler - USACE Contract Language - What Exactly Does USACE Want? Matthew Tolbie - Altiva Preparing for the Coming Wave of Point Cloud Data Installing the USACE Workspace (non Project- Wise) - 9:45-11:30 Gary Scerni & Travis Wollet - Bentley Roadway Designer Basics - Corey Johnson (Bentley) Instructor Jerry Flynn - Bentley Mark Lemieux HNTB Joel Rosenbaum - Bentley John Simmons - Bentley Steve Hutsell - USACE Ted Knaak Certainty3D 11:45-1:00 Lunch Time 1:00-2:00 MicroStation V8i Select Series 3 Sneak Peak GIS Civil Integration Introduction to ProConcrete ProjectWise Application Integration for Transportation projects USACE Design Review Workflow Using i-model Technology The Steps to a Successful ProjectWise Upgrade Instructor Chris Bober - Bentley Derricke Gray - Bentley Jim Barr - Bentley Bobby Mullenax - Bentley Travis Wollet - Bentley Chris Pausch KnowledgeBase 2:00-2:15 Bentley 2:15-3:15 Efficient Drawing Management with Dynamic Views Clash Detection Customizing a project Workspace & Dataset Building Perspective Part I Instructor John Frampton - Bentley Bob Rolle - Bentley Lauren Collier - SSOE Getting into Production with ProjectWise Integration for Autodesk Revit Mark Hattersley - Bentley It Is Easy Being Green: Achieving LEED Certification Through BIM Stephen Spangler - USACE and David Pratt- LoraxPro Leveraging Bluebeam PDF Revu for Controlled Collaboration with ProjectWise James Chambers and Sasha Reed Bluebeam Roadway Designer Intersection Design - Corey Johnson (Bentley) Visualization - Jerry Flynn -Bentley 3:15-3:30 BREAK 3:30-4:30 Working With Point Cloud Data in MicroStation SS2 Geo-coordination and Google Earth Customizing a project Workspace & Dataset Building Perspective Part 2 ProjectWise Administrator Tips & Tricks The ROI of BIM, Qualitative vs. Quantitative Approach TBD Instructor Paul DiGiacobbe - HNTB Bob Rolle - Bentley David Cusano - SSOE Bobby Mullenax - Bentley Bill McNamara - Bentley TBD
12 Conference Matrix Day 2 Wednesday, August 17, :30-8:15 Registration MicroStation Civil Building ProjectWise USACE Plotting and Management Workshop 1 Workshop 2 8:15-9:15 DWG Interoperability with MicroStation Roadway Designer 1 - Overview AECOSim Bulding Designer Mechanical What does ProjectWise do for the CAD Administrator? Creating a Successful Project Execution Plan for USACE Everything DGNLIB's and Workspaces Instructor John Frampton - Bentley Corey Johnson - Bentley Joel Rosenbaum - Bentley Bobby Mullenax - Bentley Steve Hutsell - USACE David Haskin - Burns and MacDonnell 9:15-9:30 BREAK 9:30-10:30 Instructor Customizing the Interface in v8i SS2 Jeanne Aarhus - Aarhus Associates Roadway Designer 2 - Advanced #1 The GeoSpatial Nexus: the convergence of BIM, CAD, and GIS Corey Johnson - Bentley Steve Hutsell - USACE Caching, routing, and networking for ProjectWise Kevin van Haaren - HNTB COBie: Let's Not Recreate the Data Ever Again Beth Bruckner - USACE/CERL Dynamic Review for Paper HNTB Transitioning to Bentley Building Designer - Travis Wollet - Bentley Site Modeler - Bob Rolle - Bentley 10:30-10:45 BREAK 10:45-11:45 Consistent Drawing Production with Annotation Scale Roadway Designer 3 - Advanced #2 Oldies but Goodies Introducing ProjectWise Dynamic Composition Service for PDF A Bentley/USACE Campus Information Strategy for BIM Working with Geo-Coordinate Systems in MicroStation SS2 Instructor John Frampton - Bentley Corey Johnson - Bentley Shawn Foster - Jacobs John Simmons - Bentley Bill McNamara - Bentley Jack Riley - HNTB 11:45-1:00 Lunch Time 1:00-2:00 Collaborate and Fascinate with Bentley Navigator Dynamic Site Modeling with GEOPAK and InRoads Collaborate and Fascinate with Bentley Navigator (in MicroStation room) Coordinated Building Project Teams BIM and Civil Works - It's Not Just for Buildings Anymore Intro to MicroStation Plot SS2 Instructor Kristi Patterson - tvs design Bob Rolle - Bentley Kristi Patterson - tvs design 2:00-2:15 BREAK 2:15-3:15 Tips and Tricks in Micro- Station V8i SS2 LIDAR real world Implementation AECOSim Energy Simulation and Compliance Manager Rob Riley - Bentley Brian Huston - Bentley Mike Remboldt Panel Discussion So Where is USACE Heading with BIM? Advanced Publishing Capabilities Designing with MoDOT's Roadway Designer - Kevin Vollett and Bill Politte MoDOT Installing the USACE Workspace (ProjectWise environment) - Gary Scerni & Travis Wollet - Bentley Instructor Jeanne Aarhus - Aarhus Associates Panel discussion Joel Rosenbaum - Bentley hosted by Mark Hattersley Bentley Bill McNamara - Bentley Nathan Good - HNTB 3:15-3:30 BREAK 3:30-4:30 Elections, Game & Giveaways Instructor Kirk Reh, Chairperson 4:30
13 Presenter Biographies / Tuesday Evening Event Information COMMITTEE MEMBERS / SPEAKERS Kirk Reh Connect Integration Chairperson Kirk started Connect Integration in 2003 to provide training and CADD consulting services for MicroStation and GEOPAK users in the Kansas City area. He is a civil engineering graduate from the University of Kansas with over 20 years of transportation construction management, design and CADD management experience. Through Connect Integration, Kirk helps organizations develop and implement best practices that improve the effectiveness of civil project teams. Nathan Good - HNTB Vice Chairperson Nathan is a Senior CADD Application Specialist supporting Bentley platform products. Prior to working in CADD administration he spent 4 years as a highway technician working on wide range of projects. He has been a TMC member for 9 years and a MCMC committee member for 5 and is currently serving as Vice Chair. Mike Remboldt - Secretary Mike has worked with CAD for 22 years, MicroStation and its' predecessor IGDS. He also drafted the hard way for 5 years, in the field and office, with CP Engineers. He currently is providing CAD support, and has been involved in the user group since it's forming. Frank Nelson Burns & McDonnell Treasurer Frank has over 35 years of professional experience including all phases of civil and water projects. In present position with Burns & McDonnell for the last 12 years, using MicroStation and GEOPAK to design streets, highways, roadways and underground electrical transmission conduits in Connecticut. He has been a member of TMCMC for 10 years. Kevin van Haaren HNTB Committee Member / Web Master Kevin has worked as HNTB for the past 10 years, with more than 18 years of industry experience. He currently is the corporate ProjectWise Administrator. He's been working with MicroStation products for over 15 years, and has been the MCMC webmaster for 6 years. Greg Roberts The HNTB Companies Committee Member and Advisor Greg is the CADD Platform Manager for HNTB s Incubation Center and is responsible for Bentley product deployments and support firm wide. He has over 20 years of experience supporting, programming and designing with MicroStation as well as other products. Greg moved to Kansas City in 2000 and immediately joined the MCMC Committee which he has enjoyed. David Haskin - Burns & McDonnell David is a Senior Applications Specialist with Burns & McDonnell. He is responsible for maintaining their Bentley workspace, general application support, licensing, software packaging and training. He is happily married with 5 calling him dad; he enjoys computers, movies and the great outdoors. Shawn Foster - Jacobs Global Building Advisor and Committee Member Shawn is the director of Project Technology for the Architectural/ Engineering Practice of Jacobs Global Buildings, North America. He has been working with many Design Technology solutions for over 20 years. He is a charter member of the TMC and one of the founders of MCMC. Jack Riley HNTB Committee Member A graduate of Central Missouri State University in 2004, Jack is currently CADD Application Specialist for HNTB, supporting MicroStation and InterPlot. Previously, he was a highway technician for 4 years, also at HNTB. Rex Kraus Kansas DOT Committee Member Rex has 15 years of experience supporting, programming and designing with MicroStation and GEOPAK. He currently is an Engineering Technician Specialist for KDOT Bureau of Design Road Section as a member of the CAD Support Staff. Rex has been a member of the MCMC User group since it started and is in his first year as a committee member. Mark Plummer HNTB Committee Member Mark is currently a Senior Technician with HNTB. He has 15 years experience in the civil design field using MicroStation and GEOPAK on projects that include bridges, highways, municipal streets and site development. Dan Wright TranSystems Dan is currently a Senior Designer and Project Manager for the Kansas City office. His experience includes more than 33 years as a member of the TranSystems site/utilities team and CADD Manager for the Kansas City office. As a CADD manager, Dan s responsibilities included training, technical, and administrative support for civil and structural design software packages used by various teams within the Kansas City and St. Louis offices. Dan is a charter member of TMC and one of the founders of MCMC. Kim Jackson Mason and Hanger Kim is currently a Sr. Civil Engineer for the Mason & Hanger Overland Park office. Her experience includes over 15 years in site development as well as transportation design. She has a Bachelor of Science Civil Engineering from Mississippi State University (1995) and a Master of Civil Engineering from the University of Kansas (2009). Kim is a registered professional engineer as well as a LEED AP BD+C. Sara Cline Black & Veatch Sara is currently an Engineering Technician with Black & Veatch - Federal Services. Her experience includes 4 years at an MEP firm, 10 years in Civil working on various highways, race tracks and Federal projects, and currently doing Electrical, Life Safety and Structural on Federal projects. Sara has been a TMC member for 10 years and a committee member for one. Robert Eckdahl TranSystems Robert Eckdahl is the Design Support Services Manager at TranSystems Corporation. His team is responsible to provide application development, implementation, support and licensing for the company s operational areas. SPEAKERS Steve Hutsell US Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle Steve is the Chief of the Geospatial Section for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle District, which supports CAD, Survey, ProjectWise, BIM and GIS requirements and initiatives. He is the lead on the BIM Contract Language development team for civil and military projects with the contract language also being contributed toward the National BIM Standard initiative.. He has a degree in Architectural Engineering from The University of Texas in Jeanne Aarhus Aarhus Associates Jeanne is known for keeping her training sessions fast-moving and fun. She is a nationally-known speaker and expert in CAD and presents seminars and workshops on CAD productivity for managers and users in both corporations and colleges. She has more than 25+ years of experience in production drafting, user support, standards coordination, programming, and training in various CAD applications. Jeanne is an independent consultant offering training and implementation services and is certified in several Bentley and other CAD products. She is a popular speaker at many conference events. Kristi Patterson tvs design Kristi is the Manager of Information Technology for tvsdesign, an architecture and interior design firm based in Atlanta, Georgia. She has worked with, supported and administered many CAD and BIM applications during her 16 year career in the industry. She has been a speaker at many Bentley User Group conferences on various topics including Generative Components, visualization, productivity tips and workspace administration. She is the Chair of MMAC The MicroStation Metro Atlanta Community. Lauren Collier SSOE Group Lauren serves as a BIM/CAD Technical Specialist at SSOE Group. In her role, her focus is on BIM Projects, Bentley Architecture/MicroStation, parametric and visualization. She has experience in the healthcare/recreational design area performing architectural design. Lauren received her Master of Architecture degree from Savannah College of Art and Design, and a Bachelor of Art and Architecture degree from Miami University. She has been a Bentley AUC Council member for the last several years. Kevin Vollet MoDOT Kevin is a CADD Support Analyst for the Missouri Department of Transportation. Kevin graduated from Southern Illinois University in 1993 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering. Kevin has worked for MoDOT since July of 1993 and has worked in the Bridge, Construction, and Design Division. Kevin has been working in the CADD Support Center located in Jefferson City, supporting and developing GEOPAK training for Design, Construction and Survey personnel for the past ten years. Bill Politte MoDOT Bill is a CADD Support Analyst for the Missouri Department of Transportation, and has worked for the Design Division since His first two years with the department were in plans production of design in the St. Louis District. He has been working in the CADD Support Center located in Jefferson City, supporting and developing training for the Design, Construction and Survey divisions in regards to MicroStation and GEOPAK for the past 11 years. Stephen Spangler US Army Corps of Engineers, ERDC Steve has been with the CAD/BIM Technology Center located at ERDC-ITL in Vicksburg, MS almost from its inception in Since joining the Center, Stephen has been involved with many of its high profile projects, such as the A/E/C CAD Standard, the CAD Details Library, and the BIM Roadmap. Stephen is also involved with Toastmasters, and in 2010 was awarded its highest level - Distinguished Toastmaster. He also recently got his LEED APs in both Building Design & Construction and Operations & Maintenance. Beth Brucker US Army Corps of Engineers, ERDC Beth Brucker is a research architect and project manager at the Engineer Research and Development Center s Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (ERDC-CERL) in Champaign, Illinois. She is on the USACE ERDC BIM Team and is one of the primary authors of the USACE BIM Roadmap. She works virtually with the ERDC s CAD/BIM Technology Center in Vicksburg, Mississippi and the USACE BIM Sub Communities of Practice (CoP) in implementing the different phases of the USACE BIM Roadmap. Roger Fujan US Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha Roger Fujan has been a CAD and BIM manager for both the Corps and private industry since As the TriService Workspace Manager, Roger is responsible for furthering the development and integration of the Workspace. David Cusano SSOE Group David serves as a BIM/CAD Technical Specialist at SSOE Group. His focus is on BIM Projects, Bentley Mechanical/Electrical/Plant software, and energy analysis and simulation. David joined SSOE in 2001 as a mechanical engineer for the Facilities mechanical team. David received his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the State University of New York at Buffalo. He became a LEED AP BD&C in August of Mark Lemieux HNTB Mark is a registered professional engineer residing in Central Florida. He provides InRoads training and support for HNTB based out of their nearby Kansas City office headquarters. David Pratt- LoraxPro David Pratt is an entrepreneur, business person, advocate and loyal Kool-Aid drinker. He has been involved in the green building industry since His current project has led to the creation of LoraxPro, a web-based Software as a Service (Saas) designed to automate, simplify and project manage LEED certification projects. LoraxPro has worked directly with Bentley Systems to develop AECOsim: Compliance Manager;a fully functioning version to support all Bentley customers pursuing LEED certification projects. Paul DiGiacobbe HNTB Mr. DiGiacobbe is an Associate Vice President and the National Data Acquisition Manager at HNTB. He is a civil engineer and graduate of Villanova University; He is also a registered professional engineer in the state of Pennsylvania. Tuesday Evening s event 6:00pm This year s evening event is hosted by Altiva and will be held on Tuesday Evening Power Play ( You can sign up to attend during the registration process. Transportation to this event will not be provided. Dinner will include: Freshly made pizzas, a choice of pastas, freshly baked bread sticks, a Mexican buffet, homemade soup and chili, potato bar, fresh salad bar, desserts, soft drinks and icees. Activities include: WhirlyBall - a mixture of bumper cars, lacrosse, and basketball. It is played in ten-minute increments with ten people on the court at a time. Unlimited PowerPlay Pass You will receive a three hour unlimited time card that includes Go-Karts Laser Tag Bumper Cars Cosmic Golf Tilt-a-Whirl Pool Tables Shuffleboard over 250 arcade games (excluding the crane and redemption games). $5.00 will be added to each person s time card to play the crane and redemption games. Cosmic Bowling- A new, upscale, glow in the dark bowling lounge This will include shoes. Directions for evening event on page 14
14 Bentley Staff Biographies / Tuesday Evening Event Directions Chris Bober Chris has been with Bentley Systems Incorporated for 14 years. He is currently responsible for managing the MicroStation product line business at Bentley which includes working with a team of product managers in defining the strategic direction and product priorities for Bentley s flagship product MicroStation, as well as MicroStation PowerDraft and Generative Components Corey Johnson Corey worked 12 years in the roadway design and site development industry as a Lead Engineering Technician and CAD Manager. In 2008, Corey was employed by Bentley Systems. With 15 years experience, Corey is providing technical expertise for the sales organizations for Bentley Civil products. He now serves as a Solutions Engineer for Transportation and Local Infrastructure Group. Derricke Gray Derricke Gray has been involved in Civil Engineering and CADD for 24 years. After graduating in 1986 from Florida State University with a BS in Mathematics, he worked with GEOPAK and Bentley products in the consulting industry for several years before joining the GEOPAK / Bentley team over 13 years ago. In addition to certification, training and support services, he has managed the implementation of GEOPAK into several states. He now serves as the Product Manager for GEOPAK. Joel Rosenbaum Joel has over 20 years of experience in the Architectural/Engineering field utilizing MicroStation Building Products. Joel is a Senior Application Engineer with Bentley Systems Building Sales Group and is responsible for demonstrations, education and support of Bentley s Building Products John Simmons John is Director of ProjectWise Content Publishing for Bentley Systems Inc. John s career spans over 25 years in addressing the software publishing needs of the AEC/GIS communities. John has an extensive background in software development, design, and product management. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science with honors from the University of Kentucky. John Frampton John is a MicroStation Product Manager and works with AEC focused users worldwide to bring functionality to market that assists their workflows. He worked as an instructor at the corporate level and trained user at some of the top ENR 500 firms. With his role as a product manager John continues to travel and meet with users to understand their workflow and industry trends that are occurring. Mark Hattersley Mark Hattersley is a Senior Product Manager at Bentley Systems focusing on Project- Wise. He joined Bentley Systems in 2004 and is responsible for ProjectWise s integration with applications, and the development of cloud services. In his time working with ProjectWise he has been responsible for the design of several important products and features, and created implementation, training, and technical marketing best practices and materials. Mark has a B.S. in Geology from Bloomsburg University and a M.S in Geology from Bowling Green. Rob Riley Rob is a Virtual Construction Specialist focusing on the Building Design Suite of products. Rob has been with Bentley almost 11 years, providing demonstrations, training and implementation using the Building Suite of applications. A graduate of Pittsburgh Technical Institute, Rob has over 20 year of experience in the Architectural/Engineering and Construction field applying Bentley solutions. currently the Civil Works Information Management Program Manager for Bentley at the Government Center of Excellence in Reston VA. Travis Wollet Travis is a Senior BIM Consultant for Bentley Professional Services and earned both undergraduate and graduate degrees in Architecture from the University of Cincinnati. With five years of service in the private-sector as an architectural designer he joined Bentley in He is currently responsible for compiling and configuring the Tri-Services Workspace, and providing primary BIM support to the US Army Corps Engineers Districts. Bill McNamara Bill has worked in and around the construction industry for 25 + years, He is a Sr. Systems Consultant for Bentley Systems Government Center of Excellence. Bill's responsibilities include developing and deploying BIM solutions. He has lead such projects as the USACE workspace development resource project, CObie technology Demonstration, Pentagon Renovation, BIM workshops program, and many more. Bill holds a BS degree in Architecture from NY Inst. Tech. and an AS degree in Underwater Tech. from Florida Inst. Tech. Jerry Flynn Jerry Flynn is a Senior Product Manager at Bentley Systems and manages the Visualization Team with over 24 years visualization experience and 30 years of experience working with 3d computer models. As a Design Engineer with Planning Research Corporation (PRC) at the Kennedy Space Center, Jerry designed launch support equipment and access platforms for the Space Shuttle. Jerry is the author of the first Bentley Institute Press book "Rendering with MicroStation" and also Bentley Institute s Animating with MicroStation and Rendering for Building Design courses. Bobby Mullenax Bobby is a Senior ProjectWise Consultant for Bentley Systems professional Service Platform Group. Bob's responsibilities include developing and deploying custom ProjectWise implementations for the Public and private sector. In this role he has been the lead for numerous USACE District ProjectWise Deployments, numerous State DOT ProjectWise Deployments and numerous private Consulting firm ProjectWise Deployments. Bob holds a BS degree in Business Information Systems, AS degree General Studies in Engineering and an AS in Architectural CADD. Jim Barr Jim has over 20 years of software design and development experience with an emphasis on the design and development of structural engineering software. He has focused on software tools for analysis, design, and documentation of structural engineering projects for major infrastructure projects and some of the world s most recognized buildings. He also has 5 years structural analysis experience working on several mid-rise buildings. Directions from the Convention Center to Tuesday night Event at Power Play ( W 62nd Terrace, Shawnee, KS, I-435 West to I-435 North to Exit 6a, Shawnee Mission Parkway East. Exit at Pflumm Road, and go north (left) one block to W 62nd Terrace. Turn right and follow the outer road. Approximately minute drive. Shawnee Mission Parkway Bob Rolle, P.E. A registered professional engineer in Kansas, Bob worked for 4 years with the Kansas Department or Transportation as a project engineer. In 1992 Bob started work with a consultant firm as Project Design Engineer. Later Bob was assigned the Design Support Systems Engineer position focusing on providing Civil and Architectural resources, support, and training for the entire corporation. He is now a member of the Bentley team as an Application Engineer for the Transportation & Local Infrastructure group. Gary Scerni, Gary has been working with the US Army Corp of Engineers, consulting on ProjectWise server configuration design and supporting engineering CAD applications. Most recently, he oversees the USACE ProjectWise configurations to ensure a consistent managed environment across all districts.. Gary s background comprises areas of technical consulting, sales, training, product implementation, server systems design and support, along with networking, database, routing, and firewall configuration. W 62 Terrace I-435 North I-435 West Power Play Conference Center Brian Huston The first official USACE BIM Manager; 13+ years working for the Corps of Engineers on Civil Works and MILCON projects including assignment to USACE ERDC for the USACE "BIM RoadMap" and nationwide BIM deployment of Bentley Building solutions. Brian is Pflumm Road
15 Thanks to our Exhibitors and Sponsors James Chambers BlueBeam James is responsible for managing, developing, and presenting Bluebeam product demonstrations and training to individual clients and audiences. Prior to Bluebeam, James was the Production Technology Engineer at Vanasse Hangen Brustlin and the Software Support Engineer/ Analyst at Softech/Adra Systems. He has a Bachelor of Arts in 3D Design with Applied Engineering from Sheffield Hallam University. Sasha Reed Bluebeam Sasha Reed is actively involved in servicing the needs of architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) clients by helping them integrate Bluebeam s solutions into their projects, workflows and existing systems. Before Bluebeam, she was a Project Manager for M3, a Herman Miller dealer, where she gained firsthand knowledge of the everyday challenges AEC professionals face. She studied Communication and Visual Arts at Hawaii Pacific University. Chris Pausch KnowledgeBase Consulting Chris has been certifying and deploying the ProjectWise Electronic Content Management System for over 10 year as a direct employee for Bentley Systems, Inc, Jacobs Engineering and more recently KnowledgeBase Consulting Group with 20 + years in the CADD industry in roles serving support, certification, deployment management, and project management, have enabled him to educate and publicly speak as an expert in Content Management. Mathew Tolmie Altiva Software Matthew Tolmie is the Product Support Manager for Altiva Software a Houston based Software and Services Company, specializing in CAD, GIS and document management for the Engineering/Construction, Public Utility, Oil/Gas Exploration industries and Departments of Transportation. Matt s past positions include Service Bureau Manager for Corporate Montage, Perth Australia. Ted Knaak - Certainy3D Ted was exposed to LIDAR technology at Schwartz Electro Optics serving as marketing/sales and program manager. Ted founded Riegl USA in 1993 and has been activiely involved with lidar and laser scanning technology for 17 years, and founded Certainty 3D, a company focused on software and process solutions for the laser scanning industry. Ted holds MSEE and MSME degrees from Brown and Drexel universities, respectively. Take time to stop by their booths
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A WHITE PAPER FROM Advanced Scanning Solutions and the Migration to Digital Learning A Look at Scanners in the K-12 Classroom and Beyond 3 K-12 schools need solutions that promote collaboration, support
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