Tuesday, April 12th, 2011 11:30AM-1:00PM
Mashburn Construction Training Room
1820 Sumter Street, Columbia, SC 29201
See Revit User Group Invite. Please join your local community and peers for Columbia’s Revit User Group Meeting as we share tips, discuss successes and challenges, build technical skills, exchange ideas, and stay on top of the latest in BIM technology.
Enjoy a FREE lunch while guest speakers Regina Floyd, Principal with Watson Tate Savory Liollio and Anthony Paupert, BIM/CAD Technical Specialist at SSOE Group discuss project coordination between disciplines on a recent 40,000 square foot Teaching and Research Science Building for an university client. They will review lessons learned, what worked well, and most important, what will work better next time. In addition SSOE will provide demonstrations of tools they have developed in working with architectural models as well as multiple in-office models. Other items of discussion will include:
- Early Project Discussions
- Team and Model Coordination
- Splitting of Models by Discipline
- Developing a BIM Implementation plan
Regina Floyd, AIA, Leed AP Principal with WTSL — Regina has been employed at WTSL for over 21 years – after 7 years experience at other architecture firms. She is a graduate of Louisiana Tech University and a registered architect since 1994. At WTSL she is responsible for selection and implementation of Information Technology and Software.
Anthony Paupert, BIM/CAD Technical Specialist with SSOE Group — Anthony has 15 years total experience in the industry. Anthony studied Mechanical Design at Macomb Community College and started as a mechanical controls contractor. He has spent the past 13 years between two Detroit area AE firms. He has 4 years Revit MEP experience with 20+ MEP Revit jobs complete with several active and nearing completion with more to begin.
Lunch will be provided.
Questions? Contact Jamie Sirois, AEC Account Executive, at 803-351-1087 at firstname.lastname@example.org
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