ASC 2022 Pre-Conference Workshops

The ASC 2022 International Conference will offer a variety of technology related workshops for the benefit of faculty in attendance. The knowledge gained will benefit all construction students by introducing them to the latest tools and services available to construction industry professionals.

Information about Workshops will be updated as additional details become available.

Educational Resources for Faculty Members


Presented by Procore

Wednesday April 20th, 2022
09:00AM to 10:00AM 
Location: Buckhead room

Students are expected to know how to leverage technology on their projects as they enter their internships and first jobs after graduation. This session will include an overview of Procore's functionality and our educational resources available to all professors. We will also be focusing on how to leverage student certifications for industry employers, as well as the ASC Construction Expertise Exchange – a website being built in conjunction with ASC faculty members to share content & expertise among a broad network of educators. We will also provide information on how to access additional Procore resources, such as our community user groups, construction career board, and continuing education courses.

Leveraging Technology to Optimize All Your Dimensions


and Build for a Sustainable Future - Presented by RIB

Wednesday April 20th, 2022
10:00AM to 11:00AM
Location: Buckhead room

Before a building project’s physical construction, RIB Software will talk about the use of the MTWO Construction Cloud platform to run detailed 6D BIM virtual simulations, connecting the 3D BIM model with time factor (4D), cost information (5D), and carbon factor (6D), so that stakeholders can optimize the design, schedule, and carbon emission in the virtual building phase.

Getting Started with the Autodesk Construction Cloud


Presented by Autodesk

Wednesday April 20th, 2022
11:00AM to 12:00PM (parallel track)
Location: Buckhead room

The Autodesk Construction Cloud platform incorporates best-in-class technology to connect workflows, teams, and data across the entire project lifecycle. This hands-on workshop will assist construction educators on how to get up and running with the Autodesk Construction Cloud in the classroom. Attendees will hear about specific workflows and tools within the Autodesk Construction Cloud that can be introduced to students throughout their academic journey to help prepare them for the future of work in construction.

Introduction to Bluebeam Revu for the Classroom


Presented by Bluebeam

Wednesday April 20th, 2022
11:00AM to 12:00PM (parallel track)
Location: Homepark room

Looking to get the most out of Bluebeam Revu? This session will cover the basics of our markup and measurement tools, as well as how to use Bluebeam Studio for easier communication and collaboration with your students. More information about BlueBeam and their webinars can be found here and here.

If you wish to learn more, please contact Sophie Macks at BlueBeam:

Sophie Macks (she/her/hers)

Sr. Academic Specialist 

Bluebeam, Inc.

Chicago, IL

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Drones for Construction Education

Univ. of Florida - Clemson Univ.-DroneDeploy

Bringing the Drone Technology to the Construction Management Classroom 

Presented by Dr. Joe Burgett (Clemson Univ.) ,Dr. Masoud Gheisari (Univ. of Florida), and Rebecca Lehman (DroneDeploy)

Wednesday April 20th, 2022
1:00PM to 4:00PM (parallel track)
Location: Caddell Building Flex Space

Drone adoption in the construction industry has significantly increased over the last few years for various types of applications, from site surveying and mapping and progress monitoring to building inspection, safety monitoring, and structures maintenance. It is expected that this trend continues and more drones will be integrated into the construction domain. To better equip construction students for the increasing demand for drone use on construction job sites, educators need to integrate this technology into their curriculum. The goal of this hands-on workshop is to demonstrate how drone technology can be incorporated into a construction management curriculum.  First, the current status of drone use in the construction industry will be discussed and the benefits, challenges, and safety considerations of such integration will be reviewed. Then a hands-on demonstration of drone flight, data collection, and analysis will be provided and various hardware and software tools will be introduced that can be incorporated into a construction management curriculum. Finally, the workshop will allow for discussion among programs that are already using drones and provide an opportunity to share experiences, best practices, and new perspectives. 

More information about the workshop HERE.


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