Technology is radically disrupting the way buildings and infrastructure are designed, built, and used. We’re now entering a new age of opportunity for builders, designers and engineers. As physical and digital technology come together to create endless possibilities for designing, building, and operating buildings and infrastructure, it’s never been so important to embrace BIM. To help you harness the opportunities, Autodesk is connecting to the future with tightly connected BIM tools and processes for the lifecycle for buildings and infrastructure.
Join us for an event on Infrastructure in the Era of Connection. During this event, we will demonstrate how your land development project can benefit from using this toolbox instead of a single traditional design or drafting solution alone. These benefits include differentiating your business, diversifying your services, reducing re-work, and more! For this land development scenario, we will show several examples of applying the tools within the AEC Collection to the various project stages such as: concept planning, preliminary design, project approval, final design, and value add. The Autodesk AEC Collection represents a powerful toolbox for building, civil infrastructure, and construction projects.
8:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Breakfast & Networking
9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
11:30 AM - 12:00 PM
About the Presenters
Joseph Romano, PLS, is the principal who oversees the surveying, mapping and scanning efforts for Langan Engineering & Environmental Services, based in Parsippany, New Jersey. He has a broad range of experience in construction-related fields. Starting his career as a title searcher, he developed his expertise working as a draftsman, construction inspector, rodman and survey party chief. His experience in land surveying includes topographic and boundary surveys as well as wetland location and delineation, GPS surveys, construction stake-out, monitoring, development of as-built site plans and ground control for aerial photography surveys. His experience in all phases of surveying procedures also includes drafting, note reduction, historical record research, deed analysis, dimensional control and sub-division plans, and preparation of legal property descriptions. His areas of special interest include boundary law, GPS/GIS technologies, scanning, and information modeling of existing conditions. As a member of various state and national societies, he has lectured on advanced surveying technologies including high definition laser scanning and its applications. He has authored a number of articles on laser scanning and is a frequent presenter at key events.