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Image-Based Construction: How Industry Leaders Are Blazing a New Trail

The leap from paper-based construction management to digital-powered construction management has been swift and powerful. But the change isn’t stopping there. Industry leaders are embracing a new shift to image-based construction.

Reality capture—using 360° images—makes it possible to integrate the latest job site conditions into project workflows in a way that wasn’t possible before. Allowing key stakeholders to see as-built conditions when not physically present on-site means teams can move faster and stay on schedule. In this on-demand webinar, you’ll learn how image-based construction makes tasks and processes easier, builds accountability and transparency, avoids waste and rework, enables remote project management, and improves collaboration.

Watch this on-demand webinar to:

  • Learn about image-based construction and its many benefits for GCs, owners, and trades.
  • Discover best practices in image-based construction from a panel of industry experts and hands-on tips that you can start to apply today.
  • Understand how the latest technologies are simplifying routine tasks like scheduling crews, submitting RFIs, verifying invoices, and managing OAC and coordination meetings.
  • Gain valuable perspectives on the future of image-based construction.

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About the Speakers

Jeevan Kalanithi

Jeevan Kalanithi

Jeevan is CEO at OpenSpace. He sold his first company, Sifteo, to 3D Robotics, where he eventually became the President. 3DR, a 200+ person company, launched a drone that made $45M in its first year. 3DR partnered with Autodesk to launch Site Scan, a tool for documenting and analyzing job sites. Jeevan was most recently an Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Lux Capital. He holds a BS from Stanford and an MS from MIT, where he was a National Science Foundation Graduate Fellow.
Richard Acton-Maher

Richard Acton-Maher

Richard is Director of Product at OpenSpace, where he leads the core reality capture product. He has spent 15 years building B2B SaaS products with big data, machine learning, and other cutting-edge technologies. Previously, he owned SaaS products for residential property managers at Zillow and served other B2B SaaS businesses on product and growth strategies at McKinsey. Originally from Tampa, FL, Richard earned a BA at Harvard University in Economics.
Amanda Finnerty

Amanda Finnerty

Amanda is Director of Internal Operations at Commodore Builders, where she leads the delivery of consistent, streamlined systems that support the organization. During her 20-year career in the construction industry, Amanda has held diverse positions including facilities management, HR, marketing, business development, internal operations, and IT. Her strength is in assessing the needs of the enterprise and implementing software solutions for maximum efficiency.

Chad Lucks

Chad is a Quality Control Manager at U.S. Engineering Company, where he helps to develop and implement the project-specific QA program that ensures adherence to processes and protocols. Previously, Chad was a mechanical designer and responsible for generating coordinated models for all trades. His extensive knowledge of mechanical systems and QA/QC processes helps his team conduct its work according to each project's specifications.
Valentine Lang

Valentine Lang

Valentine is an Innovation and Ops Tech Specialist at Brasfield & Gorrie, where he helps develop and streamline the company’s reality capture services, including laser scanning, aerial drones, and 360 photo documentation, and manages the company’s 360 reality capture program that has grown to more than 30 active projects across the southeastern US. Valentine earned his BS in Civil Engineering and an MBA from Alabama.
Tricia Wenke

Tricia Wenke

Tricia is a VDC Manager at Brasfield & Gorrie. A pioneer of the field-based VDC role, Tricia has excelled in bringing BIM technology to job sites as she builds relationships with onsite project teams. Working closely with the company's Federal division, she has developed VDC processes to meet and exceed complex government requirements with the aid of innovative technology. Before joining Brasfield, she earned her Bachelor of Architecture at Auburn University.
Scott Seltz

Scott Seltz (Moderator)

Publisher, Engineering News-Record