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20
OCT

Dallas BIMForum Presentations

By BIMForum | Posted in Articles, BIMForum News

The following presentations from the Fall 2014 Dallas BIMForum are available here: [+]

30
JUL

Dallas BIMForum – Courses at BIMForum

By BIMForum | Posted in Articles, BIMForum News

October 7-8, 2014 in Dallas, Texas

We are pleased to offer several BIM courses at the Intercontinental Dallas Hotel leading up to the Dallas BIMForum. These courses are separate from the BIMForum conference program and are being held jointly between AGC of America and AGC TEXO. For a full description of any of the courses below, click here. To register for any of these courses, visit the Dallas BIMForum registration page.

 

 

Unit 1: An Introduction To Building Information Modeling – 10/7/2014 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM
An Introduction to Building Information Modeling and BIM
$400.00

Unit 2: BIM Technology – 10/8/2014 7:30 AM – 5:00 PM
$400.00

BIM Units 1 and 2 Bundle – 10/7/2014 7:30 AM – 10/8/2014 5:00 PM
$700.00

02
JUN

Dallas BIMForum – Call for Presentations

By BIMForum | Posted in Articles, BIMForum News

October 9-10, 2014 in Dallas, Texas

Theme: Optimizing Construction with BIM

At the April BIMForum conference, we discussed how implementation of building information modeling processes is optimizing project design. Now, at the October BIMForum conference in Dallas, we turn to optimizing construction. We are seeking individuals and integrated teams with intelligent, real world examples on how BIM is being used proactively, to have a measurable impact on the construction process. [+]

28
APR

Boston BIMForum Presentations

By BIMForum | Posted in Articles, BIMForum News

The following presentations from the Spring 2014 Boston BIMForum are available here: [+]

14
MAR

CM-BIM Exam Now Available at BIMForum

By BIMForum | Posted in Articles, BIMForum News

Certificate of Management-Building Information Modeling Exam Now Available at BIMForum

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 | Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel

For AEC professionals, the AGC Certificate of Management—Building Information Modeling (CM-BIM) is an assessment-based certificate credential that denotes knowledge and understanding of concepts related to BIM adoption, practice and process transformation outlined in the AGC BIM Education Program. Successful candidates will carry the CM-BIM designation.

Eligibility Requirements: CM-BIM candidates must successfully complete the four AGC BIM Education Program and have an approved application in advance of exam administration.

The CM-BIM application is available here ( http://www.agc.org/cs/education/bimep/exam-application ) and must be submitted two weeks in advance of the exam date.

31
OCT

Boston BIMForum – Call for Presentations

By BIMForum | Posted in Articles, BIMForum News

April 23-24, 2014 in Boston, Massachusetts

Theme: Optimizing Design with BIM

Implementation of building information modeling processes in the design professions has steadily increased over the past 5 years as shown by the McGraw-Hill study “The Business Value of BIM in North America,” but are we truly improving the built environment and the process by which it is delivered? [+]

26
JAN

Civil and Industrial Forum – Call For Proposals

By BIMForum | Posted in Articles, BIMForum News

BIM and VDC in A Horizontal World
A half day Civil, Industrial, and Utilities VDC (Virtual Design and Construction) Forum will be held on April 24th in conjunction with the April 25-26 BIMForum in San Antonio, Texas. The BIMForum is looking for presentations on successful implementations of VDC on Highway, Road, Bridge, Utility, Treatment Plants, and Power Distribution projects. These projects have the potential to realize substantial financial and schedule savings. Presentations should focus on the use of VDC to enhance work flow, minimize schedules, increase safety, provide a better end product, or increase field productivity. [+]

28
JUN

James Timberlake to Deliver Keynote at BIMForum

By BIMForum | Posted in Articles, BIMForum News


James Timberlake is a partner at KieranTimberlake, an American architecture firm internationally recognized for its beautifully crafted, thoughtfully made buildings that are holistically integrated to site, program and people. KieranTimberlake is noted for its fusion of research with architecture, receiving over one hundred design citations including the 2008 Architecture Firm Award from the American Institute of Architects, and the 2010 Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award for Architecture from the Smithsonian Institution. [+]

20
JUN

BIM Forum Chicago: When Does Design End and Construction Begin?

By Jeff Yoders | Posted in Articles, BIMForum News

In today’s integrated BIM projects, where does design end and construction begin?

The Summer BIMForum, July 19-20 at the Swissotel in Chicago, will focus on how BIM is used to find the optimal balance of allowing the best decisions to be made at the most appropriate time without impacting construction costs and schedules and how this is shifting when design ends and construction begins. [+]

01
OCT

BIMForum Atlanta: Your Introduction to Evidence-based BIM

By Jeff Yoders | Posted in BIMForum News

Evidence-based design is the conscientious, explicit and judicious use of best evidence from research and practice in making critical decisions, together with an informed client, about the design of each individual and unique building project. EBD has become popular in healthcare design and construction to improve patient and staff well-being, the patient healing process, and for stress reduction and safety for both staff and patients. An evidence-based designer, together with an informed client, makes decisions based on the best information available from research, from project evaluations, and from evidence gathered from the operations of the client. Critical thinking is required to develop an appropriate solution to design problems; however, that gathered pool of information will rarely offer a precise fit with a client’s unique situation and therefore research that is specific to the project’s objectives is almost always required. [+]