February 6-8, 2022  |  Colorado Convention Center   |  Denver, CO, USA

Agenda Session

AXIS GeoSpatial LLC

Asset & Facility Management

Feb 06 2022

4:00 PM - 5:00 PM MT

Room 103

Asset and facility management encapsulates the lifecycle of a building, and is crucial to ensure that infrastructure is performing as it should, remains safe for occupants and continues to run efficiently. Reality capture has emerged as a means to continually monitor and update as-built structures, and the technology can be applied in myriad ways. In this session, hear how facilities managers and building owners are utilizing advanced 3D and location technologies to meet their ongoing needs.

Emily Champagne, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District
Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District presents their BIM pilot project in support of the organization’s BIM Vision. The project included point cloud data acquisition and post-processing, creation of a 3D model of assets and structures, system integration of related documents and databases, and development of an interactive 3D site viewer for MMSD staff and stakeholders to view and use the BIM. MMSD’s presentation will include BIM user feedback, ROI, and lessons learned.

Robert Chavez, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District
A BIM Vision to Transform Water Reclamation Facilities Operations at MMSD Improve decision making, efficient access to information and emergency response, Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) developed a Building Information Model (BIM) Vision for its Water Reclamation Facilities (WRF). A pilot Effluent Pump Station BIM was implemented in ’18-‘19 which included a BIM Execution Plan, LiDAR data, 3D model of assets and structures, system integration of related databases, and an interactive 3D site viewer. MMSD will present the pilot project tasks completed to meet the MMSD BIM Vision.

Darin Rose, Credit Union of Colorado
Being an asset champion is an important aspect being an effective manager. Whether its lighting, mechanical equipment, or fleet management, proper preventive maintenance can save four-times in repair/replacement costs, and extend the assets life up-to 50%. Technology is a valuable part of being able to excel the engineer’s knowledge, improve the ability to manage these assets, and extend the asset’s life.

Session moderated by Ted Mort, ZELUS

Session format includes brief presentations followed by a moderated panel discussion and audience Q&A.
 

Featuring

Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District

Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District

ZELUS

City of Englewood, CO

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