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BIM Awards – Call For Entries

By BIMForum on December 09, 2011

The Building Information Model (BIM) Awards, given by AIA Technology in the Architectural Practice Knowledge Community (TAP), honors projects that highlight proven strategies and the latest trends in design and technology in the building industry.

Submissions

2012 Entries must be submitted before 4:59 p.m. Eastern Time on January 17, 2012.

The submission deadline date will be strictly observed; no exceptions will be made. No entry fee will be refunded for entries that are disqualified, late, or not completed. Payments and submissions will only be accepted online.

Please review the 2012 AIA BIM Awards Walk Through and download the concealed ID forms before beginning your submission. When you are ready to submit, go to the Submission Web site.

The 2012 BIM Awards Program is open to all professionals (owners, architects, engineers, contractors, operators) and academic institutions. International submissions are welcome. Submissions will be for any and all categories. Each submission will be evaluated by the 2012 BIM Awards Jury in the following categories (as well as an option by the Jury to award “Jury’s Choice” as it deems appropriate):

Categories

Category A: BIM Excellence
Category B: Delivery Process Innovation (in association with COAA and BIMForum)
Category C: Outstanding Sustainable Design
Category D: Academic Program / Curriculum Development
Category E: Exemplary use of BIM in a Small Firm

Fees

Entry Fee for Categories A, B, or C is $300 per submission for members*
Entry Fee for Categories A, B, or C is $400 per submission for non members
Reduced Fee for Categories D & E is $100 per submission for members*
Reduced Fee for Categories D & E is $200 per submission for non members

*Members of the AIA, COAA and BIMForum

2012 Jury

Martin A. Fischer, Chair, Stanford University Stanford, CA
Boyd Emerson Black, University of Chicago, Chicago
Peggy Deamer, Yale School of Architecture, Brooklyn, NY
Daniel N. Russell, The Sundt Companies, Inc., Tucson
Tom Sawyer, McGraw-Hill Construction, New York City

Questions?

kcawards@aia.org
1735 New York Ave., NW
Washington DC, 20006
United States of America

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