On a webinar hosted on April 28, we dived into a $90M project that went from award to groundbreaking in just 6 months, thanks to remote collaboration and real-time visualization.
Overland Partners, Jacobs Engineering, and Whiting-Turner are currently collaborating on the University of Texas at San Antonio’s School of Data Science and National Security Collaboration Center - a 167,000-square-foot, six-story structure.
From interviews and winning the project, through the design process and project delivery, both the Overland and Jacobs teams have worked 100% remote. Collaborating in the Enscape model was vital for them to serve the client. And through using Enscape, the team was able to integrate their design processes and meet the tight six-month deadline from award to groundbreaking.
Catch up on-demand and join Enscape and our friends, Matt McMullen and Scott Hicken from Art of Construction, as we dive into the UTSA School of Data Science project and learn how Overland and Jacobs structured their design processes through remote collaboration.
We’ll explore how they leveraged technology to push the boundaries of design-thinking, gain community and stakeholder buy-in, preserve important design performance and sustainability elements of the project, and ultimately exceed client expectations on a very accelerated timeline.
Charles Schneider, AIA, Project Manager, Overland Partners
- Rebecca Sibley, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Project Architect, Overland Partners
Michael Rey, AIA, NCARB, Sr. Principal & VP Studio Operations, Overland Partners
Waylon Sodd, P.E., Buildings Principal & Manager of Projects, Central Texas, Jacobs Engineering