ALA Member Offer
Get up and running with BIM – faster, easier and more affordably than ever before
A BIM workflow improves efficiency and in turn, can increase the profitability of an architectural studio. To help YOU make the transition to BIM and start increasing profits, we are pleased to offer ALA Members:
Not sure if BIM is right for you?
If you are not yet sure whether a BIM workflow is for you, why not attend one of these FREE upcoming workshops, which will give you an understanding of the benefits and drawbacks to making the switch. Each session will give you one CEU/LU:
- Transitioning from 2D CAD/SketchUP to BIM
October 15 11:30am CST/12:30pm EST
This course will outline different approaches to BIM and present benefits and potential drawbacks to each.
- Small Firms Do It Better With BIM
October 29 11:30am CST/12:30pm EST
See how BIM has enhanced these small practices and enabled them to become more efficient
- Home Sweet BIM
November 12 11:30am CST/12:30pm EST
Discover how changes in technology are impacting the way residential architects convey their ideas.
* All pricing and discounts listed here are valid only in the United States, Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands, and Canada. All prices listed are in US Dollars. Promotional pricing and savings are valid only for new or existing ALA Members purchasing new and/or upgrading ARCHICAD perpetual licenses. Offer valid only on ARCHICAD purchases transacted before November 30, 2018; offers are not valid on prior purchases. Monthly and annual subscription-based licenses are available but are not part of this promotion.
“ARCHICAD has enabled our firm to become more productive to an extent that many clients and contractors are stunned that we don’t have more employees.”
“We feel that being a small firm using ARCHICAD allows us to compete with much larger firms, because of the program’s powerful features straight out of the box.”
– AlphaStudio Design
“[Using ARCHICAD], the learning curve is less steep, with a layer-based system and more utility out-of-the-box than Revit.”
– David W McKee