Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Training: Building Information Modeling (BIM): Reducing Conflicts in Advance

Building Information Modeling (BIM): Reducing Conflicts in Advance 

More and more public agencies, contractors, and architects/engineers are using the tools afforded by BIM to identify conflicts during design before construction, and help with building operation and maintenance issues.  However, there are a host of questions about the impacts of this 3D modeling software both legally and practically. 

When: March 20, 2015 (8:00 am to 12:00 pm - Pacific Time) 

  • Seattle, Washington (Hotel 1000, 1000 First Ave), or by
  • Webcast from your office
  • $250 (government / non-profit
  • Other fees for other categories
  • Introduction: Why BIM - Why Now?
  • The Past and Future of BIM
  • The Legal Side of BIM
  • Managing BIM and the BIM Execution Plan
  • BIM from the Owner's, Contractors, and Design Professional's Perspective
  • BIM and Integrated Project Delivery (IPD; What's the Difference?
  • BIM Coordination Solves the Problems That Cause Disputes
Information and registration:  Click here to go to The Seminar Group's website.

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