Patrick Eldridge Speaking at ENR Machine Learning Webinar

Patrick Eldridge
Lead Associate | Mechanical Engineering | Software Engineer
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Patrick Eldridge, Lead Mechanical Engineering Associate and Software Engineer at Kohrs Lonnemann Heil Engineers, Inc. (KLH Engineers), will speak at an Engineering News-Record (ENR) webinar titled “Unearthing New Insights Through Machine Learning” on February 16, 2021, at 2:00 p.m. EST. This one-hour panel discussion will explore a new class of machine learning-driven technologies that tackle the broader planning and scheduling issues across projects and organizations.

A frequent guest speaker on machine learning at the national and local level, Eldridge will discuss how KLH Engineers used Python to create a machine learning model to bridge the gap between AutoCAD and Revit as well as the lessons learned and how it can be scaled for growth. With a goal to drive the industry forward, Eldridge has released several innovative tools for both engineers and other members of the AEC value stream.

Additional speakers include:

Mike MacBean
Project Executive
Pacific Structures

Karthik Venkatasubramanian
Vice President, Data Science and Analytics
Oracle Construction and Engineering

Jeff Rubenstone
Senior Technology & Equipment Editor
Engineering News-Record

Event registration can be found here.

About KLH:

KLH Engineers is nationally ranked among the top mechanical, electrical, plumbing and technology engineering firms. As a leader in the AEC industry, KLH leverages building information modeling (BIM) and advanced in-house technology to deliver innovative and value-driven solutions. KLH has experience in all 50 states and serves the civic, education, healthcare, hospitality, lifestyle, industrial, retail and workplace markets.

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