Multi-Trade Coordination for Pre-Fab

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Breakout Sessions

Description

Driving prefabrication means considering optimizing multi-trade coordination. The earlier teams are involved, especially for internal and external VDC and BIM coordination opportunities, the more successful the outcome. This session will feature best practices on coordinating multi-trade building from case studies. From prefabrication to modular construction, the value of communication and coordination will elevate your projects across all trades.

Speakers

  • Curtis Harbour

    The Brandt Companies

    As Sr. Vice President and General Manager of the Houston division of The Brandt Companies, Curtis has overall P&L responsibility for the five operating groups in the Houston region. He is responsible for strategic focus and direction, business development, operational management, and support for these operating groups including full MEP responsibility for industrial, special projects, new construction and service. Curtis has 36 years of industry experience with 25 of those years with Brandt.

  • Todd Grossweiler

    Todd Grossweiler

    Allison-Smith Company, LLC

    Todd Grossweiler has been with the Allison-Smith Company for the past 22 years where he is currently an Executive Vice President. Todd graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology where he received a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree prior to beginning his career with the Allison-Smith Company. He continues to seek out ways to innovate through processes, technology, and people. Maintaining good relationships with both his internal team and external customers is the foundation for his success. Todd believes that if you surround yourself with good people, then good things will happen.

  • Jared Christman

    ELECTRI International

    Jared is the Director of Construction Technology, his primary roll is to test technology, develop workflows for that technology, and teach the electrical contractor how to use the technology. He comes from the BIM/VDC world, so along with the technology aspect he is also able to help develop the workflow for the BIM department, and aid in the BIM to prefab workflow. He has been in the electrical industry in one form or fashion since 1994, and has provided innovation and technology to companies along the way.

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