Technology that drives Construction – A PMWeb UK live event – London

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Description

In 2011 the National Health Service established a new organisation to bring property and facilities management expertise to the NHS estate. The organisation embarked on an ambitious business transformation programme. The programme was to feature the implementation of new technology for real estate management. Join Alasdair White, Head of Construction, NHS Property Services who will share the challenges and benefits of the programme and their work with PMWeb. Download the NHS Case PMWeb Study here.

Other notable PMWeb clients can be found on this link. Additional Client Profiles can be found at the bottom of this page.

Agenda

13:00-14:00 LUNCH – You are welcome to arrive early and join lunch with delegates from the morning Glimpse of BIM event

14:00-15:00 COLLABORATE – Participate in Round Tables or meet with a PMWeb expert.

– BIM Round Table – discussions on real life applications
– Collaboration Round Table – Improving interface management on construction projects

15:00-15:10 Start of PMWeb event – Welcome and Introductions

15:10-16:30 Customer success stories:

Speaker 1: NHS Property Services – Alasdair White will explain how technology helped shape a new organisation.

Speaker 2: ART INVEST – Mark Gough will tell us how one of the largest German real estate developers manages their project controls from plan, to build, to operate.

Speaker 3: The Big Three. Stories of how PMWeb was selected and implemented at the world’s most renown FINANCIAL/BANKING, TECHNOLOGY, and ENTERTAINMENT companies.

16:30-17:00 PMWeb LIVE DEMONSTRATION

17:00-18:00 RECEPTION with drinks and canapes

PMWeb Client Profiles

Brightline – All Aboard Florida (operated by Virgin Trains USA) – The All Aboard Florida passenger rail project will connect South and Central Florida utilizing 195 miles of an existing, active rail corridor located along the eastern portion of the state. This route will connect Miami to Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, and Orlando. Link to download

The City of San Diego – Pure Water San Diego is the City’s phased, multi-year program that will provide one-third of San Diego’s water supply locally by 2035. The Pure Water Program will use proven water purification technology to clean recycled water to produce safe, high-quality drinking water. Link to download

Atlanta Airport – Since 1998, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport has been the world’s busiest airport by passenger traffic. . In March 2016, airport officials announced a 20 year, $6B master development plan. Airport improvements include construction of a new concourse, a sixth runway, a 400 room hotel and additional cargo structures and parking garages. Link to download

Dubai Parks and Resorts – Dubai Parks & Resorts has been designed as a mega leisure and entertainment destination to serve the regions within a four hour flying distance from Dubai. The first phase will comprise three theme parks: Motiongate Dubai, Bollywood Parks Dubai, and LEGOLAND® Dubai. The first phase is scheduled for completion in 2016. Link to download

Grand Egyptian Museum – The Egyptian Ministry of Culture has begun construction on what will become the largest archaeological museum in the world showcasing the last 7,000 years of the history of Egypt. Link to download

Lake Oswego – In 2008, the cities of Lake Oswego and Tigard formally endorsed a partnership agreement for sharing drinking water resources and costs. This $254 million dollar project increases system capacity to deliver high-quality drinking water from the Clackamas River to the communities of Lake Oswego and Tigard. Link to download

R.D. Olson Construction is known for its hospitality construction expertise and a growing presence in healthcare, restaurants and multi-unit projects. The company has an impressive resume of hotel, resort, multi-unit housing, country club, retail, and restaurant construction projects. Link to download

San Diego International Airport is the busiest single-runway commercial service airport in the nation. Approximately 4,900 employees work for the airlines, support service providers, federal agencies, fixed base operator, cargo operators, concessions and San Diego County Regional Airport Authority at the Airport. In 2014, the airport served just under 18.8 million passengers. Link to download

The Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District has begun a nine-year, $2B program to upgrade and build new wastewater treatment facilities and has purchased PMWeb to be used for the program duration. Link to download

Stonemark offers a full range of design and construction management services including planning, preconstruction, construction, assessment, defect analysis and repair and green building for various types of projects including custom home and residential estates, commercial, sacred spaces and homeowner associations. Link to download

Tucson International Airport is the 64th largest commercial airport in the USA and one of the busiest general aviation airports in Arizona. The annual spend for maintenance and capital improvements varies but has generally ranged between $8 million to $30 million per year, with an occasional peak of above $50 million for very large projects. Link to download

UC Davis ranked among the nation’s top hospitals for 2014-15 according to an annual U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals survey. UC Davis Medical Center serves a 65,000-square-mile area that includes 33 counties and six million residents across Northern and Central California. The 627-bed acute-care teaching hospital maintains an annual budget of roughly $1.7B. UC Davis admits more than 40,000 patients per year and handles nearly 1 million visits. Link to download

The University of Washington founded in 1861 is one of the oldest universities on the West Coast of the USA. The University has three campuses: the primary and largest in the University District of Seattle and two others in Tacoma and Bothell. Its operating expenses and research budget typically exceeds $5B which is amongst the highest in the United States. The University occupies over 500 buildings, with over 20 million gross square footage of space, including the University of Washington Plaza, the 325-foot UW Tower, over 26 university libraries, as well as numerous conference centers. Link to download

Established in 1902, the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission began operation of the Newark Bay Treatment Plant in 1924 as a means to alleviate pollution in the Passaic River and its tributaries. Major expansions, upgrades and renovations throughout the twentieth century have made the PVSC one of the largest wastewater treatment plants in the United States. Since 1902, the PVSC has expanded its mission to enhance the viability, and environmental health and security of the 1.4 million residents in the 48 municipalities of Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Union and Passaic Counties of the Passaic Valley Service District. Link to download

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