The AMCA is excited to announce that leading US health care provider, Mercy Health, will team up with ENGworks at this year's forum to present on how they are using an Enhanced Integration (EI) process to connect and optimise all aspects of the facility lifecycle.
Mr Steve Kaupas, Technology Manager at Mercy Health, and Mr Christopher Di Iorio, CEO of ENGworks, will explain how they’ve set themselves the ambitious goal of developing a Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) workflow to shorten the overall schedule, reduce construction costs and optimise the turn-over process.
Steve holds a computer science degree from ITT Technical Institute and prides himself on being a transformational leader within the Mercy Health organisation, continually developing ideas and opportunities to meet organisational goals.
Chris is an electrical engineer and an internationally recognised BIM service and solution provider who subscribes to a professional philosophy that combines engineering and technology.
Steve and Chris will be joined at the forum by thought leaders and practitioners from across the globe, each providing unique insight into how leading firms are using technology to deliver innovative best practice solutions in the building and construction industry.
Learn more about the incredible line up of speakers at this year’s Construction Innovation Forum here and why you can’t afford to miss this event.
Taking place on August 22-23, this year’s forum will once again be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
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