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What’s new in AEC Technology?
August 3, 2022 @ 11:30 am - 1:15 pm UTC-4
August 3, 2022
201 Harrison Oaks
11:30 AM – 12:00 PM: Networking
12:00 PM – 1:15 PM: Lunch & Program
TCREW Members – FREE
CREW Members – $50
Guests – $75
What’s new in AEC Technology? Join us to hear perspectives from a Designer and Contractor team
Technology has the power to impact what we design and how we build the buildings in our community. Learn how Drones, Lasers, Data, Imaging, 3D Printing, custom computational scripts, and more are used to design and deliver high performing projects to our clients. Join Whitney Keever from Skanska and Ryan Johnson from Clark Nexsen as they share the impact of technology on Fitts-Woolard Hall, NC State’s new $100 million engineering building. Learn about how these technologies were applied to this project as well as how future AEC technologies can impact the design and delivery of future projects.
A special thanks to our sponsors Optima Engineering and Celito!
Ryan Johnson, Computational Design Specialist, Clark Nexsen
With more than 15 years of experience, Ryan Johnson’s project experience ranges from higher education facilities to commercial buildings and parking decks. He founded and led our internal Tech Studio for five years. But technology comes second to architecture for him. He is most interested in applying technology as it relates to the building envelope.
Ryan currently serves as chair of the The American Institute of Architects Technology in Architecture Practice (TAP). He was asked to serve on the National Advisory Group in 2017 for a two-year term. This AIA Knowledge Community monitors the development of computer technology and its impact on architecture practice and the entire building life cycle, including design, construction, facility management, and retirement or reuse.
Ryan holds a Master of Architecture from NC State University and a Bachelor of Science in industrial drafting and design from Appalachian State University.
Whitney Keever, Senior Project Engineer, Skanska