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Graphisoft to host Green BIM Webinar

Graphisoft has award-winning software in EcoDesigner. Aimed at helping architects design more sustainable buildings, this webinar series shows you how.

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Graphisoft, a global leader in BIM (Building Information Modeling) software, will be hosting a webinar titled, “Green BIM” Low Energy Building Design for New Projects and Retrofits with Graphisoft EcoDesigner.”

Architects know that sustainability is the most important trend in architecture and construction today. And BIM software is a powerful new tool that enables architects to better develop architecture that is responsive to its environmental context. In this webinar participants will discover how Graphisoft’s award-winning EcoDesigner software can help architects make design decisions early on in the design process that inform the architect of various energy concerns.

Graphisoft EcoDesigner helps you make design decisions by providing precise forecasts about the annual total and specific energy consumption, monthly energy balance, and carbon footprint of your project.

Event Details

Tuesday, March 1, 2011 is the first event at 12:00 – 1:00pm EST (New York) and also at 8:00 – 9:00AM GMT (London). Actually, the first event of this day is the London time zoned event.

01 - Graphisoft's upcoming Green BIM Event centers its attention on helping architects understand how to design more sustainable buildings by using Graphisoft EcoDesigner software.

The third event is on Tuesday, March 8, 2011 at 5:00 – 6:00 CET (Madrid) and is a Spanish-language version of this event.

To register for this event go here. To watch a teaser preview of this event on YouTube visit this link.

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