Leveraging New Technologies for Real-World Construction


Hawaii’s construction industry has rapidly adopted artificial intelligence, virtual reality, augmented reality, and other technologies to plan, design and build real-world projects. More Hawaii companies are adding robots, drones, digital twins, machine learning and other innovative solutions to their tech toolbox. This is transforming the construction industry and improving productivity, precision, and profitability.

In this session, learn how Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) professionals Christopher Baze, Building Information Modeling (BIM) Manager with Hawaiian Dredging Construction Company, Jonathan Burke, Director of Technical Operations with Swinerton Builders, and Angelo Lago, Senior Virtual Design & Construction Manager with Hensel Phelps, are incorporating state-of-the-art technologies to change the way projects are built in Hawaii.

Track: ‘ELIMA – 5 | Government, Codes & Public Policy

Session #: 5B

Date: January 26, 2022

Time: 10:00am – 11:00am

Location: 317B

AIA CEUs: 1.0 (LU)

Presented by: GCA of Hawaii

Track: ‘ELIMA – 5 | Government,

Codes & Public Policy

Session #: 5B

Date: January  26, 2022

Time: 10:00am – 11:00am

Location: 318B

AIA CEUs: 1.0 (LU)

Presented by GCA of Hawaii


Angelo Lago
Senior Virtual Design and Construction (VDC) Manager, Hensel Phelps Pacific District
Christopher Baze
BIM Manager, Hawaiian Dredging Construction Company
Jonathan Burke, DBIA, LEED AP
Director of Technical Operations, Swinerton
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