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Paweł Łaguna

Swissroc Building Intelligence

Managing Director / CEO


Managing Director at Swissroc Building Intelligence, responsible for the Polish branch of the international integrated construction group. Working with Swissroc Group's board of directors, co-creating the organization's strategy, business, and technology programs, including the implementation of BIM methodology, Digital Twin concept, artificial intelligence solutions – both internally and for the external clients. He provides substantive and technical support to the team working on infrastructural and architectural projects involving BIM methodology in accordance with ISO 19650 standard. Formerly as a CTO in Graph’it responsible for implementing technological advances on various stages of the building life cycle, including BIM, parametric design, CDE implementations, CAFM and IoT solutions. Leading R&D programs, information strategies and BIM implementations in private and public sector (Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Poznań City infrastructural projects). Lecturer at MBA, MA and post-graduate studies, speaker at numerous conferences and events related to the digitization of construction sector. Author of scientific articles covering innovations in the construction sector and a co-creator of studies aimed at increasing the efficiency of this sector in Poland (e.g. Warsaw Housing Standard 2030). Co-Author of the book “BIM for Managers” published by PWN(Polish Scientific Publishers). Registered architect, member of IARP, SARP. Throughout his professional life responsible for the coordination and supervision over multi-branch design documentation of more than 70 projects in the Central and Eastern Europe. Design experience gained during the development of various architectural projects executed in Europe and USA.

 What to expect during the event

Common Data Environment is in the center of BIM methodology. There are companies which decide to implement CDE even before anyone is delivering BIM 3D models. The platforms are crucial not only in terms of day-to-day work on projects but also when it comes to analytical data aggregation (business intelligence), resolving conflicts during the investment process or even assessing the overall performance of a company when compared to the competition. Proper implementation of CDE is a relatively long and complex process that involves creating a consensus between many different stakeholders and interests. Only achieving this balance enables configurating a platform that actually brings value into the project and is commonly used. This involves among others: deep audit, mapping of key processes, analysis of rights and privileges, creating a proper information container structure and extensive and continues trainings. During the last 8 years I have been responsible for implementation of a number of different CDE platforms and ecosystems working on and configurating Aconex, Think Project, BIM360, Trimble Viewpoint for Projects, Procore, Dalux). I have also audited several CAFM solutions for our clients and academic work. This gave me a unique perspective and experience ranging from good examples to failures when I learned the hard way what can go wrong. Key learning points: • Roadmap for proper CDE implementation • Audits, Processes, rights and privileges, information container structure – best practices. • Trainings – dos and don’ts

Common Data Environment. Roadmap for implementation.

  • 07 Sept, 09:00 – 18:00 IST
    Dublin 4, Anglesea Rd, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, D04 AK83, Ireland
    Live @ RDS Dublin, Ireland + Virtual. Meet and share knowledge with the BIM Heroes of the AEC Industry. A celebration of excellence and digital innovation in Architecture, Engineering and Construction.
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