California Polytechnic State University Career Fair

Here are a few things you can do to kick-start your career with Gilbane.  Please complete a profile with indeed.com and/or LinkedIn.com if you want to submit your resume on a mobile device. Explore our project portfolio and locations.  Check out the calendar below for career fairs and interview days.  Submit your resume.  Learn more about Gilbane’s exciting Management Candidate Acceleration Program (MCAP).  Take charge of your future!

 

For more information, please visit: http://www.calpoly.edu/

Wentworth Institute of Technology Career Fair – Meet Gilbane

Here are a few things you can do to kick-start your career with Gilbane.  Please complete a profile with indeed.com and/or LinkedIn.com if you want to submit your resume on a mobile device. Explore our project portfolio and locations.  Check out the calendar below for career fairs and interview days.  Submit your resume.  Learn more about Gilbane’s exciting Management Candidate Acceleration Program (MCAP).  Take charge of your future!

John Myers, Sr. VDC Manager to speak at Brain XChange Wearable Technology Summit

3D technology has been around for years, and Revit has become the standard AEC documentation platform in the design world for many firms. Workflows that incentivize engineering simulation offer an effective way of sharing and collaborating the work of different design disciplines.

From that, perspective views and “Fly-throughs” become more easily generated to enhance owner understanding and in some cases fundraising.  Although owners are reluctant to pay for extensive modeling, it is often provided as an “Additional Service”.  More frequently, designers and builders are sharing 3D platforms and sharing the effort to develop 3D models.  The benefits of carrying 3D models into the construction process with the involvement of structural, envelope, and mechanical trade contractors further enhances optimized constructability and efficiency.

  • The Why
  • The What
  • How do we design/how should we design?
  • Deployment and Execution
  • Immersion vs Analysis – how to work both
  • Appropriateness by project phase – best bang for buck
  • Scaling
  • The future
  • Resolution – More data is needed (duh) but profitability will drive the workflows once the novelty has worn off and the media delivery becomes commonplace
  • How do you monetize 3D?  Question has been around for years at this point – AR and VR are efficiency enhancers, not standalone products.

For more information, please visit: https://brainxchange.io/events/ewts-fall-2017/

Gilbane’s Leah Fiore and Wendell Barnes speaking at Advancing Field Technology 2017

Reviewing the Value of Technology to Drive High Performing Teams: What Does a Good ROI Look Like?

• Hearing how to work with owners, designers and other project partners to define shared goals and metrics at the beginning and set up processes to make decisions and resolve issues on the job site

• Evaluating the holistic value and ROI that technology brings to the production system: breaking the silos of reviewing safety, quality or schedule benefits independently

• Exploring how technology enthusiasts can identify the right metrics, measure value and communicate convincingly to company executives the case for further investment in tools and innovation

 

For more information on the conference, please visit: http://advancing-field-technology.com/

Gilbane is attending the Second Annual Construction Industry Business-to-Business Forum

Join the NCMSDC & the National Association of Minority Contractors Wisconsin Chapter – BUILDING THE FUTURE!

This Forum will feature panel discussions presented by general contractors, developers and NCMSDC Corporate Members, sharing their upcoming projects, what they are looking for and how to compete for these opportunities. Following the panels, there will be pre-scheduled one-on-one matchmaker meetings. More than 200 diverse suppliers are expected!

Register Here

Chad Knutson, Gilbane’s VDC Manager is speaking at OFCC Conference in Columbus, OH

Each year the OFCC Conference brings together public owners (state agencies, colleges/universities, school districts), architects, engineers, landscape architects and planners, construction managers, design-builders, contractors, subcontractors and suppliers, consultants and specialty service providers, and construction attorneys.

Structured Light Scans vs. Lidar (Laser Scan): Differentiating the Value Streams
Chad Knutson & Alexander Rayis, Gilbane Building Company
Description: Traditional laser scanning has proven its value with quality and accuracy of the data collected and will remain “the standard” for many uses on construction projects.  The downside to Lidar is cost, file size, and the speed of data collection.  Structured light scan implementation adds value where Lidar scans would not be practical; time savings, affordable technology, and easy cloud storage. This is ideal for smaller projects that do not require high dimensional accuracy, but understanding and communication is the goal.  I will discuss the delineation of uses where each type of scan saves time and money.
Learning Objective 1: Understand the difference between Lidar and Structured Light Scans
Learning Objective 2: Understand the differentiated value proposition for the use of each type of scan

For more information, please visit: https://www.regonline.com/builder/site/Default.aspx?EventID=2019597

Chad Knutson, Gilbane’s VDC Manager is speaking at OFCC Conference in Cleveland, OH

Each year the OFCC Conference brings together public owners (state agencies, colleges/universities, school districts), architects, engineers, landscape architects and planners, construction managers, design-builders, contractors, subcontractors and suppliers, consultants and specialty service providers, and construction attorneys.

Structured Light Scans vs. Lidar (Laser Scan): Differentiating the Value Streams
Chad Knutson & Alexander Rayis, Gilbane Building Company
Description: Traditional laser scanning has proven its value with quality and accuracy of the data collected and will remain “the standard” for many uses on construction projects.  The downside to Lidar is cost, file size, and the speed of data collection.  Structured light scan implementation adds value where Lidar scans would not be practical; time savings, affordable technology, and easy cloud storage. This is ideal for smaller projects that do not require high dimensional accuracy, but understanding and communication is the goal.  I will discuss the delineation of uses where each type of scan saves time and money.
Learning Objective 1: Understand the difference between Lidar and Structured Light Scans
Learning Objective 2: Understand the differentiated value proposition for the use of each type of scan

For more information please visit: https://www.regonline.com/builder/site/Default.aspx?EventID=2019601

Luke Richmond, Gilbane’s Sr. Media Manager is speaking at OFCC Conference in Cincinnati, OH

Each year the OFCC Conference brings together public owners (state agencies, colleges/universities, school districts), architects, engineers, landscape architects and planners, construction managers, design-builders, contractors, subcontractors and suppliers, consultants and specialty service providers, and construction attorneys.

Ready Builder 1: The power of gaming professionals in the construction industry
Lucas Richmond, Gilbane Building Company
Description: With the speed of technology in construction Gilbane is leveraging the talents of Gaming professionals to produce some of the industry’s best immersive experiences for our clients. We are shortening the decision-making process in design and construction with these powerful artists and their tools by immersing the end user into their virtual spaces and giving them the power to design in real time which saves everyone time and money. Gilbane has been building gaming models in the construction industry for more than 10 years and, with the advent of VR/AR, our models were a natural fit to these new technologies.
Learning Objective 1: With this new technology, attendees will understand the amount of time and money savings instantly while creating and using real time technology.

For more information please visit: https://www.regonline.com/builder/site/Default.aspx?EventID=2019603

Luke Richmond, Gilbane’s Sr. Media Manager is speaking at OFCC Conference in Columbus, OH

Each year the OFCC Conference brings together public owners (state agencies, colleges/universities, school districts), architects, engineers, landscape architects and planners, construction managers, design-builders, contractors, subcontractors and suppliers, consultants and specialty service providers, and construction attorneys.

Ready Builder 1: The power of gaming professionals in the construction industry
Lucas Richmond, Gilbane Building Company
Description: With the speed of technology in construction Gilbane is leveraging the talents of Gaming professionals to produce some of the industry’s best immersive experiences for our clients. We are shortening the decision-making process in design and construction with these powerful artists and their tools by immersing the end user into their virtual spaces and giving them the power to design in real time which saves everyone time and money. Gilbane has been building gaming models in the construction industry for more than 10 years and, with the advent of VR/AR, our models were a natural fit to these new technologies.
Learning Objective 1: With this new technology, attendees will understand the amount of time and money savings instantly while creating and using real time technology.

For more information, please visit: https://www.regonline.com/builder/site/default.aspx?EventID=2016212

Gilbane speaking at Advancing Building Estimation Conference in Houston May 22-24

Join Gilbane at the Advancing Building Estimation Conference in Houston: we have three speakers talking about how to advance Design Phase processes and technology May 22-24 http://advancing-building-estimation.com/

Andrew Burge, David Maser, and Brian Garbecki with Sue Klawans chairing

Read interview here:

http://advancing-building-estimation.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/173/2016/03/Advanced-Building-Estimation-Sue-Klawans-Interview.pdf