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Graphisoft sponsors BIM Symposium at ArchitectureBoston Expo (ABX 2012)

BIM Symposium will highlight collaboration and communication

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This year’s fall ArchitectureBoston Expo (ABX) 2012 will play host to a BIM Symposium focused on collaboration and communication strategies in AEC. The session offers a unique opportunity to learn from industry experts and ArchiCAD champions about modeling, client communication, and data exchange through Open BIM technology.

“We have tailored our course offerings for this year’s ABX show based on what we’re hearing from our customers,” said Steve Benford, Managing Director, Graphisoft North America. “The courses illustrate the value of best practices, presented by experienced ArchiCAD users from around the country. These are meaningful lessons learned that will be informative for BIM novices to the most savvy users.”

Highlights from Session

  • Client Communication with BIM — gain insight into how to design and document without detouring from the business of helping your clients visualize, analyze, and virtually live in their projects prior to and during construction
  • Increase Efficiency with Open BIM Technology — see a realistic examination of how using Open BIM Technology provides access to key physical and functional characteristics of a project
  • IFC Data Exchange Case Study — See South Cove Manor, a project that utilized IFC-based collaborative workflow to handle multiple CAD and BIM software applications throughout the project for a $22 million, 86,700 SF long term care facility

In this session you will also learn how BIM has changed managing a project team. You will get answers on how to configure a team and manage it under a full BIM scenario, as well as managing and project man-hours and schedules. The course is AIA CEU approved.

If you register today you can receive a 10 percent discount off a 5 course bundle. Enter code GPH12.

To learn more visit Graphisoft online. For ABX 2012 go here.

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