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Martin Wilding


BIM Manager and Associate Principal


Martin Coyne is BIM Practice Manager at global design firm KPF, guiding global BIM strategy and implementation since joining in 2013. A qualified architect and passionate technology enthusiast, he is part of the leadership of KPF’s global Digital Practice Team responsible for promoting and supporting the integration of technology in to design workflows across KPF’s worldwide offices. As both an architect and BIM leader Martin has worked on projects across a range of typologies and scales including aviation, supertall, commercial, residential, mixed-use and masterplan schemes.
Martin is a co-founder of the UK Dynamo User Group hosting regular user group sessions, Dynamo Day learning events and a hackathon. He has spoken at numerous global conferences on BIM Management approaches and using Dynamo at events including AU London and RTC/BILT events in North America and Europe. Martin is a recurring guest lecturer on the BIMM MSc course at Middlesex University.

 What to expect during the event

A number of “coordination” tools are currently employed across the industry (BIMCollab, Revitzo, ACC Issues, Navisworks, to name just a few). This talk will consider coordination from a couple of key aspects. First, we will take a look at considerations around choosing a tool to utilise on a project, why you may prefer one over another. We will also consider the difficulties of implementing such workflows on project, for example who should provide the relevant software licenses, who should manage user protocols, etc.
We will also take a look at the project level implementation of coordination tools and considerations around preparing a project coordination protocol. These tools allow you to record ‘priority’, ‘deadline’, etc. but without clear definition and agreement, that information means practically nothing. This talk aims to help you build a framework around your chosen coordination tool.

Coordination Management – Getting Everyone on the Same Page

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