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Using Reality Capture Throughout the Lifecycle of a Construction Project

We always love to hear how our customers are using OpenSpace to simplify their day-to-day work—so much so that we will be sharing a series of quick conversations offering bits of wisdom and practical tips you won’t find anywhere else. In just 15 minutes, we’ll provide valuable insights you can start applying quickly across a wide range of topics. In this installment, Christopher O’Neil, Director of VDC at Lee Kennedy Company, explains how the company uses OpenSpace to optimize operations across the lifecycle of all construction projects, starting with preconstruction.

Watch this brief video to learn how Lee Kennedy uses OpenSpace to:

  • Expedite pre-bid walk-throughs and keep bids competitive
  • Improve project management and coordination with shared folders
  • Document dozens of active projects efficiently with weekly captures
  • Simplify observations and field notes leveraging the Procore integration
  • Accelerate approvals in weekly OAC meetings
  • Compare BIM to jobsite conditions, track progress, and see behind walls currently and at any milestone

 

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About the Speaker

Christopher O'Neil

Christopher O’Neil

Director of Virtual Design & Construction, Lee Kennedy Company

Christopher is a licensed architect with 12 years of experience in architecture and construction. He joined Lee Kennedy 8 years ago. In his current role as Director of VDC, he is responsible for the application and implementation of BIM, reality capture, and other technologies.
At OpenSpace, we’re on a mission to bring new levels of transparency to construction. We combine simple off-the-shelf 360° cameras, computer vision, and AI to make it incredibly easy to capture a complete visual record of a jobsite, share it via the cloud, and track progress remotely. Our customers have used the platform to capture more than ten billion square feet of jobsite imagery in over 600 million images of active construction projects, from jobsites in 91 countries across five continents.