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  • “good afternoon” in swedish - god eftermiddag (good-ef-ta-me-daug) stak-holmI’m ¾” swedish and my mother is 100% swedish – great grandpa = Nils GustafTag-line “Collaborating in the Field on the Fast Track”
  • Fast paced schedule is driving design
  • Started as a summer job and ended up working full time to put myself through school Bachelor of Science in Construction Management
  • Trust.We place trust at the center of every relationship—with customers, subcontractors, suppliers, architects, engineers and fellow team members.Teamwork.People are our greatest strength. Mortenson people work with customers and business partners in a spirit of collaboration and trust to tackle the challenges of construction.Responsibility.We are responsible to team members, customers, subcontractors, suppliers, architects, engineers and the communities in which we live and work.Safety.We are committed to eliminating all worker injury. Every Mortenson team member and every customer, subcontractor, supplier, architect and engineer can expect that our work sites place their personal safety as our highest priority.Service.We embrace a customer service culture. We believe our future is secured by advancing the interests and success of our customers.Stewardship.We will perpetuate our business for future generations and support the communities in which we live and work
  • 11 Operating GroupsHeadquarters in Minneapolis, MN Newest groups open in Toronto Canada, Shanghai China, Guam
  • Traveling Groups: Federal, Renewable, National ProjectsExtended Services: Development, Infrastructure, Facility Solutions
  • Gained TCO on the core & shell + Basement and 1st Floor while still working on the 2nd & 3rd floor / lobby build-outDiscuss using on-screen take-off to generate drawings similar to what bluebeam can do today
  • 13 Story office tower / 5 story courthouse January 2013 held the first court session
  • Square footage is almost twice as much as LutheranConstruction cost is 25% moreProject schedule is 3 months shorterLiquidated damages 30k-a-dayConstruction is getting crunched, design is getting crunched, fosters the need for real time collaboration among all project stakeholders
  • Implemented the services that Bluebeam offers to improve our construction workflow on a digital platformPushed for as much paper less documentation as possible (CDs, Specs, RFIs, Submittals, As-builts…)
  • CJC Stats:50% reduced printing costs40% average savings in time for in-wall/ above ceiling inspections 2 month overall schedule savings4.5% overall project cost savings
  • 20% larger than CJCTwice the construction costOnly 4 month longer construction schedule
  • Project consists of:7 city block campusEnabling work to re-route 19th and DowningAssociates Parking GarageMedical Office Building Re-modelCentral Utility PlantHospital Parking GarageChapel Hospital:7 story, 360 bed patient towerMother baby suite with 14 LDR rooms, 3 dedicated C-section ORs, & 33 NICU class 3 NICU rooms21 operating room surgical suite10 room cath/ interventional labFull service emergency departmentFull kitchen and serveryRobotic pharmacy “hub” that will fulfill all distribution needs for the 3 sister hospitals in the surrounding areaAutomated sterile processing department
  • Pre-fab Benefits:Safety – employees working at ground level instead of off lifts and ladders in the fieldQuality – controlled environment, not exposed to the elements (rain, wind, heat and cold temperature swings)Productivity – repetitive nature of the task increases productivity
  • Traditional Process for a job of this scale could take anywhere from 2-3 weeks for all the paper trail to catch up to the work in the fieldAll paper – what happens if someone drops their binder in a puddle of mud? - that signature is useless
  • One source of truthAccessible to all project stakeholders simultaneouslyReduces 2-3 week traditional time frame to a matter of minutesVideo: Difference between projects and sessionsAbility to sort by date modified or name Attendees, Documents, Record – keep track of everything that happens in the session  linked to graphical representation and mark-up viewDescribe legends  keynotes for sub  room status  all status are custom and can be managed outside of the studio sessionChanging statusSub-contractorRoom statusMark deficiency – add a noteTalk about spaces and how the upfront creation of the document exponentially saves time on the back end (thinking smarter instead of working harder)
  • At the end of the day, we are all in the business of building structures for future generations, and it all starts with the craft workers in the field. Whatever means or methods we use, we have to get accurate information to the craft level in a timely manner in order to get the job done (right the first time)
  • Complex spaces and an extremely fast schedule led to construction being on-top of design Started a design scrub process with all project stakeholders to get the design caught up3-4 hour meetings Twice a week 6 monthsBox walks – touch on later in presentation
  • Color coding for different entities (owners rep, architect, consultant, general contractor, sub-contractor)Making mark-ups using custom tool setsAllows you to retain the history of the initial design – dim content
  • Big part to the design scrub process was to get the end user to confirm the design intentBox walk/ paper doll review of every area in the actual room so the user groups could touch and feel and use the space as they will in the end condition
  • Had one typical OR  but really none of them are typical Using snapshot tool and some horizontal flipping, we are able to create the elevation of the backside of the wall and review any in-wall conflicts

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  • Case Study: Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Nick Pfenning | Mortenson Construction Presenter: “Collaborating in the Field on the Fast Track”
  • Outline Personal Background Mortenson Background Past Projects Project Case Study: SJHP • Challenges  Extremely Fast Schedule  Extensive Design Changes  Mobility of Digital Documents • Solutions  Leveraging Bluebeam Revu  Project Tracking with Studio
  • Personal Background Employment History • Great Grandfather was born in Sweden, 1895 - Traveled to the United States at age 11 • Started as a Laborer with Mortenson, 2007 • Graduated from Colorado State University, 2009 • Promoted to Assistant Superintendent, 2013
  • Mortenson Background Company History • Founded in Minnesota in 1954 • Established in Colorado in 1981 • Average Annual Revenue Exceeding $2.5 billion • 200 Salaried Team Members / 300+ Craft Workers • Self Performed Work Includes:  Concrete, Masonry, Doors / Frames / Hardware, Equipment, & Accessories
  • Mortenson Background Corporate Offices
  • Mortenson Background Industry Groups Minneapolis Milwaukee Denver Seattle Chicago Phoenix Portland Canada China GEOGRAPHIC FOCUS Federal Contracting Group Renewable Energy Group National Projects Group INDUSTRY FOCUS EXTENDED SERVICES Mortenson Development, Inc. Mortenson Infrastructure, Inc. FS Squared (Full Service Facility Solutions)
  • Exempla Lutheran Medical Center Wheat Ridge, Colorado Past Projects • 376,000 Square Feet • $150 Million Construction Cost • 30 Month Schedule (Mar. 2008 thru Sept. 2010) • Building Services  12 Room Surgical Suite  72 Bed Patient Tower  Private Women & Infant Birthing Center
  • Exempla Lutheran Medical Center Past Projects • Phased Turn-over • Paper Contract Drawings
  • Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center Denver, Colorado Past Projects Home to the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, & Attorney General Office
  • Past Projects • 695,000 Square Feet • $200 Million Construction Cost • 27 Month Schedule (Aug. 2010 thru Nov. 2012) • LEED Gold Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center
  • Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center Past Projects First Project to use Bluebeam in the Denver Operating Group  Digital Documentation  Drawing Mark-up & Phase Plans  In-wall / Above Ceiling / Punchlist Inspections  Door, Frame, & Hardware Tracking
  • Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center Past Projects Project Metrics
  • Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Denver, Colorado Case Study • 831,127 Square Foot Replacement Hospital • $367 Million Construction Cost • 31 Month Construction Schedule (Jan. 2012 thru July 2014)
  • Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Case Study
  • Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Case Study • Challenge: Fast Schedule • Solutions  Work Smarter not Harder on Inspection Process & Documentation  $1 Million of work being installed every day, no single person can be responsible for inspecting everything – share the responsibility  Put all information into a collaborative cloud based solution (Bluebeam Studio)  Pre-fabrication – Shift Labor Resources to an Off-site Facility  Reduce trade stacking on site  Better Safety, Higher Quality, Faster Production  Track production across town or across the country (Bluebeam Studio)
  • Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Working Smarter on In-wall / Above Ceiling / Punchlist Inspections Case Study TRADITIONAL INSPECTION PROCESS
  • Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Working Smarter on In-wall / Above Ceiling / Punchlist Inspections Case Study CLOUD BASED COLLABORATION
  • Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Pre-fabrication – Shifting resources to produce more work in a shorter time frame Case Study Exterior Wall Panels
  • Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Pre-fabrication – Shifting resources to produce more work in a shorter time frame Case Study Bathroom PODs
  • Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Pre-fabrication – Shifting resources to produce more work in a shorter time frame Case Study Multi-trade MEP Racks
  • Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Pre-fabrication – Shifting resources to produce more work in a shorter time frame Case Study Headwalls
  • Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Pre-fabrication – Shifting resources to produce more work in a shorter time frame Case Study Headwalls
  • Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Case Study • Challenge: Design Changes • Solutions  Get accurate information to the field  Collaborative Design Scrub Process with all Project Stakeholders  Using Sync/ Overlay functions to coordinate across disciplines  Distribute information in a timely manner  Real time updates with cloud based files  Hyperlinking between drawing sets
  • Case Study Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Design Collaboration in Real Time
  • Case Study Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Design Collaboration in Real Time
  • Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Getting Accurate Information to the Field Case Study
  • Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Getting Accurate Information to the Field Case Study
  • Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Case Study • Challenge: Mobility  Now that everything is in the cloud, how do we access information with no internet connection? • Solutions  Local Sync  Local Sync on a desktop PC at a Plan Room Computer  Local Sync on a mobile device with a Tablet PC or an iPad
  • Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Working Offline in an Online World Case Study
  • Exempla Saint Joseph Heritage Project Working Offline in an Online World Case Study
  • Questions? (frågor)