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More Reasons to Attend Phil-AIA-delphia 2016
April 21st, 2016 by Mary Moscarello
Let the Learning Begin
As AIA attendees know well, the main reason for going to AIA in the first place are the number of opportunities to learn something new. Learning units and helpful workshops remmain the primary draw for convention attendance, and for good reason. Where else can one person expose him or herself to such a provocative lineup of celebrity speakers, informative seminars, and worthwhile workshops? The AIA Convention in Philadelphia will deliver all that and more.
ARCHICAD on the Agenda
We have assembled an impressive lineup of speakers who will lead sessions during AIA that will expand your knowledge base about BIM, Design, Mobile Technology and ways to increase profits and enhance your firm’s success.
First up, chronologically speaking – noted New York-based architect, Joe Vance leads a session called The Next Generation Design Experience on Thursday, 5/19 at 10:45 in the morning. As BIM adoption rates increase – there are still firms making the transition that are still feeling the strain of an inefficient workflow. Either they are using multiple programs or duplicating work or both. Vance will address these issues and offer his insight on how setting a refined BIM standard is an essential part of an efficient and profitable firm. Learn how the principal of a NY firm abandoned these clunky methods to create custom models in a fraction of the time.
Think you have to have a big team to make BIM work for you? Think again. An impressive panel of four ARCHICAD Power Users have an intriguing discussion planned for Friday afternoon. BIM Power Users and the Small Firm – 5/20 at 3:30 tackles ways for small firms to leverage the power of BIM to create high-quality projects within a small team. This session is for you if you want to learn how you can utilize the power of BIM to increase client engagement at the beginning of projects, expand the range of services your firm offers by increasing communication on custom residential and other small projects and literally redefine the way your firm manages workload. The panel of sole practitioners and small firm owners will even share insight into ways you can support your firm’s marketing strategy at every phase by taking advantage of BIM.