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BIM and Large Scale Multi-Family Wood Frame Structures - When is it a Fit?

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Description

In this course we will discuss our 12 years of experience’s in the implementation of BIM in to our wood frame business and the positive impact it has had in improving the end product for the entire project team and subsequently the project owner. We will discuss what size projects are an effective use of the system, while establishing a base line for a project and when to bring in wood project experts.

  • Course will award 1.5 hours of continuing education
  • Diamond Review approved in all 50 states
  • This webinar will not be available as a recording

Contributors

  • Brian Larrabure

    Brian is a native of California and has been involved in the Construction industry since 1977. His first Framing company was formed in 1989 and then renamed in 1997 to Larrabure Framing , since then he has grown the company in to one of the top 3 Multi Family framers for the Southern California region, involved in several hundred projects totaling near 100,000 units. In 2004 Brian opened a state of the art roof truss company , TN Truss components. In 2006 TN Truss began manufacturing wall panels for the Larrabure Framing housing division with the near term goal of manufacturing for the Multi Family division. After extensive work on the existing available software By 2008 the first wall panels were going in to our Multi Family projects and by 2009 100% of Multi family work was being panelized. To date TN Truss and Larrabure Framing have produced in excess of 25,000 panelized units consisting of 5 story type III, and 3 to 4 story type V , making Larrabure Framing the leader of panelization in Southern California.

  • Stepan Tresl

    Stepan Tresl is a native of Prague‐Czech Republic and has lived in United States since 2005. After earning Masters in Physical a Regional Geography on UJEP University in Czech Republic he began his journey of exploration. First destination was Atlanta, Georgia in 2005. There he met with his old friend who introduced him to the world of wood construction. Stepan quickly became the leader of a small framing crew specializing in custom housing projects. Within a first year he participated in construction of two dozen projects in Atlanta‐Georgia and Pensacola‐Florida. In 2006 he decided to relocate to Los Angeles, California and at that time he was clear on which carrier path he will further pursue. He applied for a field position at BLF Inc. Companies innovative approach and state of the art technology was the perfect platform that allowed Stepan to professionally grow into his current position. Since 2008, Stepan has been the project manager and lead a design team at Larraabure Framing, Inc. spearheading the wall panel design, preconstruction coordination and production for over 25,000 multi‐family units.

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October 11, 2018
Thu 12:00 PM CDT

Duration 1H 30M

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