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AIA Hosts – BIM & The Bottom Line

July 25, 2010

AIA Southern Arizona Hosts:
BIM and the Bottom Line 
August 27th, 8 AM – 5 PM
Cocktail Reception 5:30 – 7 PM
Double Tree Reid Park – Tucson, AZ 

$$$  There is a fee for this event, but as of this posting it was undetermined.

BIM and the Bottom Line
How Integrated Solutions Can Add Value For You and Your Clients
A Collaborative Workshop

Featured National Speaker James Salmon, J.D. of Collaborative Construction Resources will lead this innovative, live workshop in which attendees will learn the solutions to challenges regarding interoperability among BIM tools and how team collaboration can be maximized through the use of Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) agreements and Lean Business processes.  Interoperability will be demonstrated with the following BIM Solutions- AutoCAD Civil 3D, Autodesk Revit MEP, Archicad, Catia, Tekkla, and Solibri. 

Attendees will:

  • Earn 6 AIA HSW/SD units!
  • Realize the importance of and flexibility of integrated agreements. Even public entities can participate in IPD structured projects!
  • Learn efficient work flows to facilitate successful interoperability among differing software platforms.
  • Understand the Level of Detail necessary to extract cost, time, fabrication, commissioning and facility management data from the model AND how to plan for it from the beginning.
  • Have the opportunity to interact with industry leading professionals to get your questions answered.

Agenda:

8:00-9:00       Registration/Cont. Breakfast/Exhibit Booths open
9:00-10:45     Benefits of Interoperable BIM in an IPD Environment
10:45-11:00   Break
11:00-12:30   Collaborative Analysis of Challenges
12:30-1:30     Lunch/Exhibit Booths open
1:30-3:45       3D Resolution of Challenges
3:45-4:00       Break
4:00-5:00       Interoperable BIM & IPD:  Fact, Fiction & Future
5:30-7:00       Cocktails in Exhibit Area

For More Information or to Register Contact –  
Kathy VonCannon, AIA Southern Arizona
kathyv@aia-arizona.org This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
Phone:  (520) 323-2191or visit – AIA Southern Arizona website at www.aiasouthernarizona.org

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