Amy Marks

Autodesk

Head of Industrialized Construction Strategy and Evangelism

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Industrialized Construction – Transformation through DATA for Manufacture and Assembly

Synopsis
The Industrialized Construction revolution is upon us, this is undisputable.  The built environment ecosystem is demanding more certainty in cost, schedule and safety. We’re under pressure from increasing demand, project complexity, a global skills shortage and sustainability requirements.  This demands change, this demands transformation. What steps can an organization take to truly transform? Autodesk’s Queen of Prefab Amy Marks, VP of Industrialized Construction Strategy and Evangelism discusses The Transformation Framework: a roadmap for the new possible. This framework empowers companies to assess readiness, productize and enable optimization of IC and other technologies to reduce digital and physical waste, achieve business outcomes, and drive toward circularity,

Bio
Amy Marks, VP, Industrialized Construction Strategy and Evangelism at Autodesk is known throughout the world as the “Queen of Prefab.” At Autodesk, she informs product strategy, thought leadership and convergence consulting for customers incorporating industrialized construction methodologies. Prior to joining Autodesk, she defined the language, process and frameworks that are adopted by companies, universities and countries around the world reflecting the convergence of Design-Make-Operate models. Notably, Amy was appointed by the Singapore government’s Building & Construction Authority as an international expert to advise its design and construction productivity roadmap. Her thought leadership and tenacity, leading alongside the government and industry, resulted in unprecedented change and innovation – catapulting Singapore to worldwide recognition in the Industrialized Construction space. She is a graduate of the University of Florida and an alumna of the Harvard Business School.

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