Productization, DfMA, and Sustainability
Explore the concept of productization, design for manufacture and assembly (DfMA) and DATA for manufacture and assembly with emphasis on linkage of these concepts with other elements of the House of Industrialized Construction (IC). The House of Industrialized Construction is enabled by process and technology enablers. Special emphasis will be given to the built environment lifecycle by explaining the integration of the Design-Build-Operate frameworks through industrialized supply chain and lifecycle data. You will learn the benefits of productization and DfMA holistically in the context of sustainability and circularity in Industrialized Construction. After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Explain productization in the context of Industrialized Construction and its links to other elements of the House of Industrialized Construction.
- Identify strategies for integration of the Design-Build-Operate frameworks through industrialized supply chain and lifecycle data.
- Analyze the benefits of productization and DfMA for the Industrialized Construction value chain.
- Evaluate the links between energy efficiency, sustainability, and circularity and Industrialized Construction.
Learn how Autodesk is approaching industrialized construction and the company’s strategies for product, services, and evangelism.
Hear about how clients have the power to shape the future of construction, what value means in the design process, why we don’t need to have everything and how to let architects be… architects.
Analyze why change is happening now and what’s happening globally, the importance of re-using what we learn.
Improving productivity and quality through DfMA is essential to increasing sustainability and circularity.
- Understand DfMA principles and advantages and why a platform approach is the future.
- Hear about Laing O'Rourke’s goal of making 90% of projects factory-built by 2025.
- Understand why DfMA is a key pillar for BCA and how they are incentivizing it.
This module will determine what you retained from this course.