Support : BIM Track

Coordination meeting minutes with attendance tracking.

In order to fully replace our coordination meeting attendance sheet, I would like to be able to do the following:

  1. Click "Start coordination meeting".

  2. Check off from a list of users the people that are present at the meeting.

  3. Go through and create/modify issues as I normally would during a coordination meeting.

    • Meanwhile, BIM Track is keeping track of what was created/modified/deleted during that coordination meeting.

  4. Click on "End coordination meeting"

    • This generates a report automatically about attendance & issues raised/modified during that meeting and emails it automatically to all attendees (or a configurable subset thereof).

Be able to utilize BIM Track to maintain and distribute the coordination meeting agendas and comments. This would consolidate different sources of information to where we maintain visibility to the coordination issues and isn't reliant upon the project management software. This could be a form that could activate in a pop-up window that is editable by the project admin for putting together an upcoming meeting agenda or documenting the events of a current/past meeting. Once saved, it is accessible to the rest of the team. Additional functionality would be a link to the particular issue.

  • Guest
  • Mar 1 2019
  • Future consideration
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  • Guest commented
    15 Oct, 2020 08:23pm

    I’d vote for this!

  • Guest commented
    15 Oct, 2020 07:32pm

    Agree with this idea and the below comment to get the report for PDF as to allow uploading to Project Sight or another PM software. Having this available on the project dashboard would encourage the other team members to pre-populate agenda items to cover during the coordination meetings. These could be split into coordination, RFI dissemination, Design Team input, or other user definable buckets.

  • Guest commented
    26 Sep, 2019 01:51pm

    This is  a great idea.  To continue on this, it would be great to have the ability to see a report that shows all issues that have comments added/edited within a time frame.