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Royer Franklin Ttito Ccorimanya


Director BIM


Civil engineer with a Master's in BIM management in infrastructure and civil engineering, a Master's in Project Direction and Management under the PMI approach, BIM Director of the Rovella Inmac Consortium in river defense projects for the Olmos and Zaña in northern Peru. In previous jobs he was BIM Manager at the Rios del Norte Consortium (Guintoli and Saceem) in riverbank defense projects on the Motupe and La Leche rivers in northern Peru, Head of Technical Office at Comin Ochoa S.A.C at Las Bambas mining in Peru , Operations Supervisor at Comin Ochoa S.A.C in Las Bambas mine in Peru. ACI (Autodesk Certified Instructor), ACP (Autodesk certified Professional) in Autocad Civil 3D, Revit Structure, Revit Architecture.

 What to expect during the event

Seeing BIM not just as creating 3D models but as an information management culture that adds value during the asset's life cycle at AECO opens the doors to an indeterminate amount of benefits clearly supported by digitization. In riverside defense megaprojects, the complexity lies in the extension, since they are integral basins that start from the mountains to the outlet to the sea, coordination between disciplines that work with GIS is essential (community relations, environmental management instrument, release of land, archaeology, auxiliary areas, studies for the development of the design such as: Hydraulic Modeling, Geomorphology, geology, material quarries, water sources) and the disciplines that work with the digital construction of the asset (BIM Model) during the design. It is necessary to put on the digital transformation chip and rely on ISO 19650 to integrate the information, which starts from a common data environment and a collaborative GIS platform, document management, collaborate with geometric information and alphanumeric information in the cloud, digitize reports daily to be fed from the field. In this presentation I show lessons learned on how information governance under ISO 19650, the support of BIM and GIS digital solutions in the cloud, the detection of interference with BIM-GIS within stage 3 of RIBA, the construction and updating of live digital assets (BIM models) in stage 4 of RIBA and the digitization of information in RIBA stage 5 that have been adding value to the project in improving process flows.

BIM-GIS integration in flood control projects

  • 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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