Senior 4D Planning and Project Controls Specialist passionate about BIM and Project Controls with deep expertise in reports and dashboard development, creating reports and visual, interactive dashboards using Tableau and Power BI. Work collaboratively with business stakeholders to understand their analytical needs and provide insightful 4D and 5D reporting solutions.
Omar has worked with large multinational construction and development companies to deliver a range of building and infrastructure projects across the Middle East, UAD, KSa, Qatar and Egypt and worked on +25 BIM projects in the infrastructure, commercial building, residential, oil, and gas sectors.
Training for 4D Planning and BIM Tools, Revit, Navisworks, Primavera P6, Synchro Pro.
What to expect during the event
The 3D BIM is already an integral part of construction projects all over the world 4D construction is gaining momentum along with its 5D colleague.
Virtual construction professionals coordinate 3D models they are taking models representing the final installed position of all components from all trades. 3D coordination only tells part of the story. So, what are we missing? If our ultimate effort is to better understand the construction site and thus improve schedule accuracy and planning predictability, we aren’t usually coordinating the right thing. I’d even say we may be missing more than half of the story.
While 4D Building Information Modelling (4D BIM) is a process for intelligently linking a 3D BIM model to time or schedule-related data in a common data environment (CDE) you can keep all your construction projects on schedule regardless of their scale. All planning, design, and construction phases depend on the project’s scheduling tactics. Besides scheduling, 4D BIM helps with the accurate collection of data for further use.
The use of a 4D simulation on this project has allowed us to monitor progress on site against the construction programme allowing the project stakeholders digitally compare what was going on onsite against what was in the construction schedule Considering a work area, 4D encompasses specific details on lead-time, construction, installation, curing, drying allowances and sequencing, as well.
Using 4D and BIM has surpassed certain boundaries that came in the way of obtaining real-time imaging. With 4D, we can now align models with construction phasing to allow us to build better, faster, and at significantly reduced risk.
- Introduction to 4D&5D BIM.
- Major Benefits of 4D&5D BIM.
- Integrating BIM with Project Controls Systems.
- 4D&5D BIM integration with power BI Dashboard.
- 4D&5D BIM Applications in different types of projects.