When: Tuesday, June 16 / 8:30 am – 9:30 am
Cost: Free
Organizer: AIA Baltimore
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Categorized under: Professional Development, Webinars

New Technologies and Tactics for Construction Administration During COVID19

Earn AIA continuing education credits while learning why the construction industry has shifted towards comprehensive visual documentation.

Join Jason Donahoe from Multivista along with Towson University Architect, David Mayhew, FAIA, and Trey Winstead from Whiting- Turner as they discuss virtual construction documentation. The informational panel will be moderated by Basil Rousos, AIA, Practice Management Committee co-chair.

Participants will experience:

• A Review of Traditional Photographic Documentation and the Associated Specification

• A Review of Emerging Web-Based and Mobile Technologies

• Why the Shift and the Associated Benefits

• Leveraging Documentation for Improved Collaboration

• The Multivista Platform Desktop Mobile Application

• Photo Documentation Progress Exact-Built®

• Video & Webcam

• Emerging Technologies UAV Scanning & 360° Imagery

• Construction Phase Quality Control & Quality Assurance Risk Management & Dispute Resolution

• Operations Phase & Institutional Knowledge Exact-Built® for O&M Renovation & Improvements

About the Presenters

Jason Donahoe

Multivista Mid-Atlantic

Jason is the Senior Regional Partner of Multivista, Mid-Atlantic the World Leaders in Reality Capture Technologies for the Construction Industry. Jason credits his decade long experience in development and his degrees in Advertising, Business and Photography as the unforeseen perfect spring board for his division’s success in showing the world what Multivista is and growing the company’s portfolio of services and clients.

In November of 2016 Multivista became acquired via a strategic partnership with Hexagon AB the parent company of Leica Geosystems. This synergy is harmonizing to visually change how we manage and know our construction projects both during construction and for the life of our projects.

Trey Winstead

Whiting-Turner Contracting Company

Prior to joining Whiting-Turner in 2002, Trey lived in San Francisco and was a Technology Project Manager for WineShopper.com. While in San Francisco during the budding of the commercial internet, Trey gained valuable experience in early development of internet design and programming. After eighteen years at Whiting-Turner, the technology knowledge from the past was put to use to help develop a Virtual Punch List process. Trey worked with David, Nick and Jason to bring this process through “beta” test to the punch list reality we are using today on the New Towson University Science Complex. Other projects include UB’s Law School, PSU School of Architecture, and the UMB BioPark Building II.

David Mayhew, FAIA

Towson University

David Mayhew, FAIA is a registered architect with over 40 years of comprehensive experience in architecture, construction, and planning. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Architecture with degrees in architecture and urban studies. For the last 24 years, Mr. Mayhew has served as the University Architect at Towson University, where he oversees the design of capital improvement projects, and participates in the development and implementation of the campus master plan. Mr. Mayhew is a member of the Association of University Architects, a member of the Society of College and University Planners, a LEED accredited professional, and a member of the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects.

Earn AIA continuing education credits while learning why the construction industry has shifted towards comprehensive visual documentation.

About this Event

Join Jason Donahoe from Multivista along with Towson University Architect, David Mayhew, FAIA, and Trey Winstead from Whiting- Turner as they discuss virtual construction documentation. The informational panel will be moderated by Basil Rousos, AIA, Practice Management Committee co-chair.

Participants will experience:

• A Review of Traditional Photographic Documentation and the Associated Specification

• A Review of Emerging Web-Based and Mobile Technologies

• Why the Shift and the Associated Benefits

• Leveraging Documentation for Improved Collaboration

• The Multivista Platform Desktop Mobile Application

• Photo Documentation Progress Exact-Built®

• Video & Webcam

• Emerging Technologies UAV Scanning & 360° Imagery

• Construction Phase Quality Control & Quality Assurance Risk Management & Dispute Resolution

• Operations Phase & Institutional Knowledge Exact-Built® for O&M Renovation & Improvements

About the Presenters

Jason Donahoe

Multivista Mid-Atlantic

is the Senior Regional Partner of Multivista, Mid-Atlantic the World Leaders in Reality Capture Technologies for the Construction Industry. Jason credits his decade long experience in development and his degrees in Advertising, Business and Photography as the unforeseen perfect spring board for his division’s success in showing the world what Multivista is and growing the company’s portfolio of services and clients.

In November of 2016 Multivista became acquired via a strategic partnership with Hexagon AB the parent company of Leica Geosystems. This synergy is harmonizing to visually change how we manage and know our construction projects both during construction and for the life of our projects.

Trey Winstead

Whiting-Turner Contracting Company

Prior to joining Whiting-Turner in 2002, Trey lived in San Francisco and was a Technology Project Manager for WineShopper.com. While in San Francisco during the budding of the commercial internet, Trey gained valuable experience in early development of internet design and programming. After eighteen years at Whiting-Turner, the technology knowledge from the past was put to use to help develop a Virtual Punch List process. Trey worked with David, Nick and Jason to bring this process through “beta” test to the punch list reality we are using today on the New Towson University Science Complex. Other projects include UB’s Law School, PSU School of Architecture, and the UMB BioPark Building II.

David Mayhew, FAIA

Towson University

David Mayhew, FAIA is a registered architect with over 40 years of comprehensive experience in architecture, construction, and planning. He is a graduate of the University of Maryland School of Architecture with degrees in architecture and urban studies. For the last 24 years, Mr. Mayhew has served as the University Architect at Towson University, where he oversees the design of capital improvement projects, and participates in the development and implementation of the campus master plan. Mr. Mayhew is a member of the Association of University Architects, a member of the Society of College and University Planners, a LEED accredited professional, and a member of the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects.

Basil Rousos, AIA

Hord Coplan Macht

Basil Rousos, AIA is a registered architect with over 20 years of experience in a wide range of architecture and construction. He is a graduate of the University of Kentucky, College of Architecture with a degree in the Bachelor of Architecture. His comprehensive experience in planning, design, architecture, and construction allows him to provide multi-disciplinary solutions for complex design and construction problems. Basil is a Project Manager, and Senior Associate at Hord | Coplan | Macht where he leads the quality management program for the Senior Living Studio, manages projects, and focuses on construction documentation, and construction administration. Basil is a LEED accredited professional, a member of the American Institute of Architects, and is a Co-Chair of the AIA Baltimore Practice Management Committee.