Improving Quality and Cost Control with Model-Based Precast

This free, non-CEU webinar is sponsored by Allplan and available to PCI members only.
Improving Quality and Cost Control with Model-Based Precast Engineering

As good engineers, drafters, and workers in precast construction become harder to find, it’s more important than ever to automate and perfect your processes. With a model-based workflow for concept design, engineering, and detailing, commercial precasters can save time, increase accuracy, and reduce costs across the entire project from initial bid to production.

In this webinar, technical experts from Allplan will walk your through a production-ready, model-based design and ticketing workflow that’s easy for your CAD-trained engineers and drafters to learn. Explore challenges and tips for successfully implementing 3D models into your workflows.

Learning Objectives: 
  • Create accurate estimates and win more business
  • Use preliminary estimation models to save time on engineering design and detailing
  • Quickly create accurate, high-quality BoM and tickets
  • Easily manage changes from project owners and internal teams
  • Get better details earlier to facilitate leaner purchasing and production planning
  • Reduce reliance on outside providers and take control of timelines and production

David Loughery, Business Development Manager (Infrastructure) at Allplan: David has a Master’s in Structural Engineering with over 5 years of industry experience. As a practicing engineer in China his work focused on fiber composites (FRP) in civil infrastructure, including bridges and powerplants, before he transitioned into the AEC software industry upon returning to the United States. As an engineer he’s faced many of the same challenges which confront Allplan’s customers each day, an understanding which enhances his ability to help overcome them.

Frank Holz is a Senior Technical Consultant at ALLPLAN Inc. based in Tampa Bay, Florida. He is a structural engineer specializing in precast/prestressed structures including bridges, buildings, parking garages and buried structures. He is also a software developer who has worked on the creation of algorithms, interfaces, and QC documentation for computer-aided engineering software.

This webinar will take place Wednesday, October 5, 2022 from 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. CT.

Please note: This is a free non-CEU webinar open to PCI members only.

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10/5/2022 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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