Geodis Park



15 April 2023

The AEC industry consistently struggles to deliver large, complex projects reliably on schedule and on budget while preserving initial design intent. In response to this challenge, Walter P Moore has developed ConnecTID®.


ConnecTID® (Connected Transformative Integrated Delivery), is a proprietary process to increase the connectivity of project teams, reduce project risk, and deliver more value to our clients and their projects.

ConnecTID® reformats the delivery process by providing better communication across disciplines, leveraging advanced digital tools, and modeling platforms to help limit risk, thus providing teams with cost and schedule certainty and reliable achievement of design intent.

ConnecTID® Case Studies

The following case studies demonstrate the positive impact ConnecTID® has on our projects.

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ConnecTID® Case Study: GEODIS Park

Accelerated delivery of structural steel often creates the most risk in a large-scale job, yet steel was the material at the heart of GEODIS Park’s authentically Nashville design, and Walter P Moore’s process, ConnecTID®, revolutionized the structural delivery of GEODIS Park.

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ConnecTID® Case Study: Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport

Considered New Orleans’ most transformative project since the 1971 construction of the Superdome, a new terminal opened to the public in 2019 at Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport (MSY). Walter P Moore’s proprietary digital workflow and modeling process, ConnecTID®, ensured the terminal’s distinctive architecture was achievable and that budget and timeline constraints were met, even as the scope of this substantial public project changed multiple times during design and construction.

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ConnecTID® Case Study: University of Florida Condron Family Ballpark

The University of Florida’s new ballpark—a $55 million, 135,000-square-foot stadium—is one component of the University Athletic Association’s Facilities Master Plan designed to enhance the experience of players and spectators. Walter P Moore’s integrated structural engineering and construction engineering team leveraged the firm’s collaborative digital process, ConnecTID®, to prepare the steel fabrication (LOD400) model at the same time the structural design was being completed.

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ConnecTID® Case Study: VCU Health Adult Outpatient Pavilion

A state-of-the-art healthcare facility on a highly visible site in downtown Richmond, Virginia, the new VCU Health Adult Outpatient Pavilion (AOP) consolidates 26 outpatient specialties, including the Massey Cancer Center, under one roof complete with an on-site parking structure. With steel tariffs looming in early 2018, Walter P Moore’s integrated team of structural, enclosure, construction, and traffic engineers got to work immediately after the late-2017 project launch to develop initial drawings that would support demolition, excavation, and foundations.

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ConnecTID® Case Study: Q2 Stadium

When a home stadium was envisioned for Major League Soccer’s new Austin FC, the central Texas climate was a noteworthy consideration, not only for fan and player comfort but also for the health of the grass on the field. To meet the schedule constraints, Walter P Moore’s integrated team of structural, enclosure, and construction engineers leveraged their collaborative digital process, ConnecTID®, to deliver a fabrication level (LOD400) digital model in increments throughout the design and construction documentation (CD) process.

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