Technology Use to Capture Quantities for Construction Projects
Collins Speaker Series
Infrastructure projects can benefit significantly from the use of technology and geospatial data. This presentation will discuss emerging geospatial data technologies and provide specific examples on how project teams can measure, verify, and document construction project quantities. We will discuss some of the latest advancements in using 3D design data and reality modeling during construction, in conjunction with field measurements from UAS and conventional survey tools that help construction management project teams produce deliverable results.
Dan Kucza is a Licensed Professional Land Surveyor in multiple states with over 30 years of experience. Dan’s career has focused on geospatial data use in heavy infrastructure projects. Dan is the current chairman of the ASCE-UESI Surveying Committee.
Tom M. Collins is an Executive Vice President at Collins Engineers, Inc. and has over 25 years of engineering experience in design, inspection, and construction. Tom has led large project teams, and has overseen more than $2.5 billion of construction for roadways, bridges, major interchanges, and other infrastructure projects. He promotes using technology to improve engineering quality and efficiency while producing quantifiable and repeatable results.