Is BIM too big for your firm, your project, your business? Cost, complexity, learning curve and productivity are often cited as reasons small firms and sole practitioners don’t take advantage of Building Information Modeling for small projects.
The next installment of the 2012 AIA-TAP Webinar Series, BIM for Small Projects II seeks to highlight why this is an unfortunate perception.
AIA created “BIM for Small Projects” as an ongoing series that allows architects to share their experiences. It showcases architects currently out in the field, making the best use of BIM in their day to day operations. Take part in this informative webinar and learn about the innovative, practical ways small firms and sole practitioners use BIM through the presentation of case studies by architects in the real world.
These case studies, presented by architects who work in small firms or as sole practitioners, will demonstrate how BIM has enhanced their practices and enabled them to create excellent projects. This session features ArchiCAD user, Jared Banks of Shoegnome, LLC.
The webinar is scheduled for Friday, March 9, 2012 10am-11:30am PT / 1pm-2:30pm ET. Participants can earn 1.25 AIA CEH. Register for the webinar here