As construction projects grow in complexity, the managing and tracking of any onsite assets including system components, moveable equipment, building materials or even rooms or areas in the project, is critical to ensuring successful project delivery.
The new BIM 360 Asset module delivers a user-friendly and centralized place to track and manage the lifecycle of project assets from design through handover. These capabilities give teams the ability to reduce the time it takes to access asset data in the field, perform commissioning & resolve defects, and reduce the time to operations, all while minimizing risk.
In this webinar, you will learn more about:
- The benefits of asset lifecycle tracking for both the contractor and owner
- How to connect asset and equipment tracking to existing field management workflows
- How to set up and customize the BIM 360 Asset module
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Here's a summary of the webinar.
Whether you're a contractor or an owner, the tracking, installation, and commissioning of construction assets is vital for successful project delivery.
Traditionally, assets have been managed in spreadsheets or paper based documents which results in silos of disconnected data.
The negative consequences of such disconnected data are:
- Increased schedule delays
- Cost overruns
- Increased risk and potential liability
- Poor client relationships
BIM 360 Assets helps owners and contractors manage critical construction assets throughout the entire project lifecycle.
Here's a look at the key features of BIM 360 Assets and how it creates a single source of truth for your construction assets, every step of the way.
Whether you're entering asset information from the field, uploading an excel template, or even integrating asset info with Assemble, the ability to manage all of your project assets has never been easier.
Here's how BIM 360 Assets will make your project better.
How Austin Commercial Used BIM 360 Assets to Improve Project Performance
To get more insight from Austin Commercial, watch the webinar with their full review.
They did not have a standardized tool for offset tracking and commissioning
Field members had freedom to customize their workflows
Pen and paper checklists would get lost or misplaced
Streamline the process
Provide a single source of reliable data for key stakeholders
Ultimately improve turnover for owner
Value of Asset Tracking Tool:
Single source of truth for all asset tracking
Clear insights for owner
Best Practices Learned:
Identify a ‘champion’ or a group of champions to take the lead on equipment tracking
Review your specs and know what equipment is required to track
Talk to subcontractors and brainstorm how to bring them into your tracking system
To learn more about BIM 360 Assets, watch the full webinar above!