Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Training: Building Information Modeling (BIM): New Technology in Construction

BIM: New Technology in Construction:  Despite the increasing penetration of Building Information Modeling (BIM) on construction projects, there are still many questions about how to legally and practically structure and implement BIM to harness its potential to minimize construction defects, conflicts, and the cost of construction and building operation and maintenance. 

When:  March 26, 2014 (1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.) 

  • In-Person:  Seattle, WA (City University, 521 Wall Street)
  • Webinar:  Your office
Agenda and Instructors:
  • Introduction: Why BIM - Why Now? (Brendan J. Peters)
  • The Past and Future of BIM (Dennis Neeley)
  •  The Legal Side of BIM (Brendan J. Peters)
  • Managing BIM and the BIM Execution Plan (Christopher Hubbard)
  • BIM from the Owner's, Contractor's, and Design Professional's Perspective (Andrew L. Greene, David de Yarza, James Hansen, Jason Limp, Jay Martin)
  • BIM Coordination and Integrated Project Delivery (IPD) (Tim Luke, Jim Stoner)
  • BIM and Dispute Resolution (Christopher Nutter)
Sponsored by:  The Seminar Group 

  • $295
  • $245 for government employees
  • Other rates available
Additional information and registration:  Click here
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