BIM Perspectives - Boston
Friday November 8, 2013 from 8 am - 12:30 pm
W Hotel Boston, 100 Stuart St, Boston, MA 02116
Free with Pre-Registration here
-Joshua Barnett, Architect and Project Designer at Tsoi/Kobus & Associates, Inc, and BArch Candidate at the BAC
-Michael P. Cannistraro, VP Service + Engineering, Cannistraro Service Group
-Laura Handler, Director of Service Design + Strategy, Tocci Building Companies
-Troy Mifsud, President myCADD
-David J. Odeh, Principal, Odeh Engineers
-Erik Sanford, Virtual Design and Construction Manager, Skanska
In recent years, designers in the architectural, engineering, and construction (AEC) community have embraced a new methodology using building information modeling (BIM) as the basis for a collaborative design process to meet the challenges of today’s increasingly complex and demanding project requirements.
This event is tailored to look into the multi-disciplinary project team and their best practices for using building information modeling (BIM) as a basis for a collaborative design and construction process. We will hear about the challenges and benefits of the BIM technology from the perspective of leading local and national AEC practitioners.
Have you adopted BIM in your firm yet? If so, have you been able to transition to BIM successfully? Have you implemented BIM standards? Are you intrigued about the use of BIM in Facilities Management?
Whatever your level of experience, whatever the size of your organization, BIM Perspectives is the event where we look at various aspects of technology innovations and integrations in design and construction. You can learn the latest from industry leaders and hear about the advanced modeling and production techniques used in their practices, or gauge your current BIM capabilities when compared to others in the field.
There is no cost to attend the event though you have to register to participate. Hot breakfast will be served.