3D Printing: Opportunities and Challenges in the Migration to 3D

Generative design techniques and 3D printers make it possible to design and construct structures that were previously difficult to imagine. But what challenges does the construction industry face when it constructs structures designed using 3D techniques?

How does the 3D representation of the target object affect our decision-making process in the planning, design, construction, operation, and decommissioning stages?

In this webinar, hosted by the CII Technology and Innovation Committee: 

  • Todd Sutton shares his experience in implementing different 3D printing applications in construction projects;
  • John Fish talks about utilization of 3D printing models during the design and planning stage; and
  • Julian Kang talks about how academia is teaching 3D thinking.



Hosted by the CII Technology and Innovation Committee, 3D Printing: Opportunities and Challenges in the Migration to 3D Webinar was Presented by:

 
John Hale   
 
John Fish
Ford, Bacon and Davis / S&B Engineers and Constructors Co.
 
Coila LaFleur   
 
Firas Hijazi
Consolidated Contractors Co.
Robert McClellan   
 
Julian Kang
Texas A&M
James Neidich   
 
Todd Sutton
Zachry
   
   
 
   
 
 
 


Date posted: November 22, 2021

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