Building Electronically: Construction in the 21st Century

Martin Fischer is an associate professor in the Construction Engineering and Management Program, Department of Civil Engineering, Stanford University. He teaches graduate and undergraduate courses on project management. His current active research projects include: Model-based constructability analysis, collaborative 4D modeling, managing coordination and dependence among firms within a virtual corporation, concurrent product process and organization engineering. Dr. Fischer received his MS and Ph.D. in civil engineering from Stanford. He was listed among ENRs Top 25 Newsmakers for 1996 and holds membership in a broad spectrum of industry organizations.

In lieu of his presentation, Dr. Fischer has provided NWCCC with a copy of the paper on which his presentation was based. The paper, titled “Industrial Case Study of Electronic Design, Cost and Schedule Integration”.

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