Requiring BIM Deliverables: How Johns Hopkins and Western Michigan University are Benefitting 

Tuesday, May 15, 2018
11:30 AM - 1:30 PM EDT
Key Bridge Marriott, 1401 Lee Highway, Arlington, VA 22209

You are invited to an Executive Briefing luncheon to hear how two of the foremost leaders in the higher education FM space are benefiting from Building Information Modeling (BIM) project deliverables. Cheryl Hanke from JHU and Pete Strazdas from Western Michigan will detail out their decision-making process around the creation, use and evolution of BIM guidelines.

BIM deliverables are changing the way organizations design, construct and manage their facilities. At this event, we’ll show how prescriptive modeling is driving efficiencies in design, construction and facilities operations. Johns Hopkins University and Western Michigan University use BIM Deliverable Guidelines to streamline facility operations, and this is your chance to hear why and how they benefit from these guidelines.


  • Building owner/operators will learn how leading facility owners are crafting their BIM project requirements, and the benefits they've seen in the entire building lifecycle, including operations and maintenance
  • AEC firms will learn how to win more project work with owner/operators by promoting BIM capabilities and adhering to owner requirements


  • WHY they decided to develop a project delivery standard
  • HOW the standards were developed
    WHAT the standards contain
  • HOW they will use the deliverables


  • Cheryl Hanke, Section Supervisor Design & Engineering, Johns Hopkins APL
  • Pete Strazdas, Associate Vice President Facilities Management, Western Michigan University
  • Chuck Mies, Ecosystem Business Development, Autodesk
  • T.J. Meehan, Vice President of Technology Solutions, CADD Microsystems

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