This webinar was originally held on November 2, 2023 and is now available for on demand viewing.
Duration: 1/2 Hour
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Discover how the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), in collaboration with technology partners like Trimble, is digitally transforming its capital program and asset management strategy with the goal of improving project outcomes and delivering long-term value. Learn from TxDOT’s experiences and success.
- Explore TxDOT's strategy for digital project delivery—including model-based design and construction—and the expected benefits of this approach.
- Understand how an asset-centric (vs. project-centric) approach to data management is helping to drive TxDOT’s digital transformation.
- Learn actionable steps and best practices for implementing digital project delivery and initiating a digital transformation to improve processes and outcomes.
| Jacob Tambunga, P.E.
Director of Digital Delivery
Texas Department of Transportation
As the Director of Digital Delivery for TxDOT, Jacob Tambunga has engaged in several national studies and strategic initiatives to help advance Digital Delivery in Texas, including work with the Transportation Research Board, AASHTO’s Joint Technical Committee on Electronic Engineering Standards, FHWA Pooled Funds, and serving on the Board of Directors for the Highway Engineering Exchange Program. Jacob has a bachelor’s degree in Applied Physics from Angelo State University and a master’s degree in Engineering Management from George Washington University.
| Douglas Reichard
Director, Industry Strategy - Federal and State Government
Doug Reichard is a 15-year veteran of the AECO technology business. Having worked extensively in vertical and horizontal construction, infrastructure is his expertise and passion. As the Director of Industry Strategy for State/Federal Government at Trimble, he serves the industry as a thought leader for digital transformation in all forms of transportation and infrastructure.