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A two hour presentation of the HCDT/BIM process presented by senior leaders of Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement, designers, contractors and clients. 2 LU/HSW

6/28/2018
When: June 28th
9AM to 11AM
Where: Mecklenburg County Government Code Enforcement Office
2145 Suttle Ave.
4th Floor Pine/Fraser Conference Room
Charlotte, NC  28202
Contact: Sandra Doherty
7049965877


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Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement Presents
HCDT (Hybrid Collaborative Delivery Team) and BIM Process

APPROVED 2 HSW LU

A two hour presentation of the HCDT/BIM process presented by senior leaders of Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement, designers, contractors and clients.

            Presenters Include:

                        Patrick Granson – Director, Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement
                        Jacob D’Albora  - McVeigh & Mangum
                        Brian King – Rogers Builders
                        Howard Grindstaff – Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement
                        Jack Christine – Deputy Aviation Director – Charlotte Douglas International Airport

The Hybrid Collaborative Delivery Team (HCDT) is a relatively new service stream for Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement customers. HCDT focuses exclusively on clients who use Building Information Modeling (BIM). BIM is a technology that replaces traditional two-dimensional plans and drawings with 3-D computer models. Owners and designers use this model to simulate construction and manage building maintenance.

HCDT is an Integrated Project Delivery concept, in which Code Enforcement staff are able to work more efficiently with the owner's project team (design professionals, contractors and subcontractors). HCDT members are assigned to a project at the start, and follow it through to completion, with no differentiation between plan review and inspections. The same code officials work on the project from start to finish.

This different team and service approach has the effect of initiating Code Enforcement involvement in projects far earlier than the more traditional service streams, by eliminating dividing lines and handoffs between plan review and inspections.

 
June 28th
8:30 Registration- Coffee/Bagels Provided
Course Begins: 9AM to 11AM
Mecklenburg County Government Code Enforcement Office
2145 Suttle Ave. / 4th Floor Pine/Fraser Conference Room
Charlotte, NC  28202

$35 Members
$45 Non-Members

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