Hands on BIMStorm Exercises

The San Jose International International Airport is planning to expand in order to accommodate more international flights and larger aircraft. This exercise uses publicly available information  and additional information, plans and data provided by San Jose Airport to show how contemporary tools and processes can be used to assist in expansion activities. This is not a comprehensive planning process, but a demonstration of how it is possible to meet expansion plans today.

The scenarios are typical of real world challenges faced by owners of multiple asset categories but are specifically set up to make the exercise as real as possible while still remaining fictitious.  Participate in one or all three exercises to learn how to collaborate in a BIMStorm. Many participants can work asynchronously or in real time during webinars and conferences. Input from each exercise can be evaluated and used in subsequent exercises.