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    Default CM322-1: Adopting BIM: Rolling Your Sleeves Up and Getting It Done

    Session: CM322-1

    Title: Adopting BIM: Rolling Your Sleeves Up and Getting It Done

    Instructor: Nigel Davies

    Course Description: Building Information Modeling (BIM) is being widely adopted. Many companies will be highlighting their successes at this year's AU. But if you have not started down the BIM route, where do you start? As a CAD manager, it is probably you who will be expected to get your company BIM-ing. Through Nigel's first-hand experience of implementing BIM successfully in architectural and engineering practices, you will learn all the necessary tips and tricks to set you confidently on your way. Don't expect a class that discusses the benefits of BIM—this is a practical session for anyone who needs to implement a BIM solution. How do you choose the right software? How do you start your first project? What about the integration of existing CAD files, standards, and processes? And most importantly, how do you guarantee that your roll-out will be a success?
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