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The construction industry handles some of the costliest and most time-consuming projects in the world. However, the process remains less digitized, costing organizations meaningful insights into real-time construction data. This session will explore how U.S. Engineering is leveraging data to define data and its objectives and build business intelligence (BI) for the project and organizational leadership.
Ryan has worked for US Engineering for 5 years and within the Virtual Construction field for 18 years. He has had various roles from detailing to management as well as several different focuses ranging from Mechanical and Plumbing to Electrical. His primary focus at US is on driving improvements and efficiencies in the Virtual Construction Group and one of the ways they do this is by leveraging data embedded in modeling through BIM and VDC.
Brian joined U.S. Engineering in 2011 and has over 15 years of construction experience in Project Management. He has managed various projects including data centers, hospitals, laboratories, industrial plants, and commercial developments. Brian works closely with USE’s Virtual Construction team to test and implement new software methods for tracking progress of a project utilizing the project’s BIM models. These processes have assisted our projects, with schedule development and maintenance, as well as field management and productivity tracking.
Hannah has a passion for working collaboratively on a creative team for a defined goal and admires people with compassion and openness. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Benedictine College where she was also a varsity member of the volleyball team. Hannah has been able to turn the skills she learned as a student athlete into a developing career in mechanical contracting. She joined U.S. Engineering in 2020 and works with a variety of project teams where she provides tools, analytics, and training on how to interpret project data in a meaningful way. She wants to help teams answer the question, “How can we be better than we were yesterday?”