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Events

World of concrete 2008
Date: January 22 - 25, 2008
Place: Las Vegas Convention Center
Las Vegas, NV USA
With more than 900,000 net sq. ft. of exhibits occupied by 1,739 exhibitors, and professional registrants of 91,628, World of Concrete 2007 was the largest show in its 33-year history! This year, WOC 2008 promises to bring you an even bigger and better show with all of the production equipment, handling tools, trucks, the latest technologies, 90-minute and three-hour seminar programs, indoor and outdoor events & demonstrations, resources and valuable information for the concrete and masonry industry professionals.
San Antonio VectorWorks User Group Meeting
Date: January 22, 2008
Place: 427 Greenwich Blvd
Seidel + Associates, Inc, San Antonio, TX USA
There will be a VectorWorks UG meeting at office of "Seidel and Associates, Inc." Time: 6:30pm Contact: Email: don@seidel-inc.com
Autodesk® Revit® Architecture Workshop
Date: January 22, 2008
Place: greensboro, NC USA
Work hands-on for two hours with Revit Architecture software and see how to reap the competitive advantage of building information modeling (BIM). Your competitors are doing it—shouldn’t you be doing it too? Our workshop will introduce you to the ways in which Revit Architecture helps you get back to doing what you love—designing buildings. Discover how to work holistically in a mirror of the real world, rather than with isolated elements such as floor plans, sections, and elevations. Experience Revit’s parametric change technology in action—watch as any change you make, anytime, anywhere, is automatically coordinated everywhere in your project, in model views, drawing sheets, schedules, sections, plans, you name it. Everything stays coordinated, consistent, and complete—and you can get back to the pure love of design.
Streamlining Your Proposal Phase
Date: January 22, 2008
Place: King of Prussia Center
630 Freedom Business Center, 3rd Floor, King of Prussia, PA USA
In this exclusive event, Synergis Director of Infrastructure & GIS Solutions, Bill Frederick will be discussing the use of Google Earth satellite imagery within the AutoCAD Civil 3D environment. Gain an understanding of the following and experience how Google Earth tools are invaluable to your 3D design models:
  • Bringing Google Earth Imagery into AutoCAD Civil 3D
    Take a virtual trip to your project site and get a good feel for the surroundings. Easily find, research, and review prospective sites on Google Earth and then simply pull in the images into AutoCAD Civil 3D using the available utility tool.
  • Creating Surfaces in AutoCAD Civil 3D from Google Earth Point Data
    Turn your data into detail! Use the GIS Data Importing Module to incorporate GIS data into AutoCAD Civil 3D. Simply create digital elevation models and conduct initial surface analysis.
  • Simplifying the Initial Design Phase
    Ease the creation of your designs by utilizing features found in AutoCAD Civil 3D. Give yourself the ability to quickly review, evaluate, analyze and edit multiple designs to help meet your client demands.
  • Multiple Versions of a Preliminary Plan
    Create multiple versions that are all updated automatically as changes are made. Various modeling capabilities available in AutoCAD Civil 3D, give you the ability to simplify the process.
  • 3D Visualization = High Impact Proposals
    Impress clients and planning commissions with live interactive fly-throughs that show aerial tours of a project and its environment. Gain a better understanding of how to use 3D visualization as an effective communication tool.
Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2008 Workshop
Date: January 22, 2008
Place: Denver, CO USA
Work hands-on for two hours with 3ds Max software and see how to render such photorealistic design visualizations that your clients and colleagues will literally be at a loss for words. It’s a fact that nothing communicates your design concept to colleagues and clients better than a virtual image. 3ds Max 2008 transforms the creative process. Experience your designs with rendering and animation tools that enable you to see how everything—sun, sky, shadows, people—interact with your building both inside and out. And you can work seamlessly—designs developed in AutoCAD Architecture and Revit Architecture link directly to Autodesk 3ds Max 2008.
Go Green with BIM in VectorWorks Architect
Date: January 22, 2008
Place: 130 Sutter Street
Suite 600, AIA San Francisco, San Francisco, CA USA
Learn how you can integrate building information modeling (BIM) technology into your workflow to create sustainable designs without missing a beat. Join us at the AIA San Francisco on Tuesday, January 22, to find out how from local designer and LEED consultant Michael Heacock. You’ll earn 1 AIA/CES credit for attending. What: BIM and Sustainability with VectorWorks Architect Guest speaker: Michael Heacock, Associate AIA/LEED AP Sponsors: VectorWorks, The Architect’s Newspaper Food & drinks will be provided. Michael Heacock, a pioneer of green building projects in California and beyond, will present an overview of BIM technology in VectorWorks Architect. He’ll illustrate opportunities to integrate sustainable design components and information through sample projects. He’ll focus on presentation and production drawing, emphasizing efficient workflow and best practices with VectorWorks Architect. VectorWorks representatives will also be on hand to answer any questions you may have. RSVP: By January 18th to Theresa Eckels at teckels@nemetschek.net or 410-290-5114, ext. 728. When: Tuesday, January 22 6-6:30 pm reception, 6:30-7:30pm presentation
Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2008 Workshop
Date: January 23, 2008
Place: Tampa, FL USA
Work hands-on for two hours with 3ds Max software and see how to render such photorealistic design visualizations that your clients and colleagues will literally be at a loss for words. It’s a fact that nothing communicates your design concept to colleagues and clients better than a virtual image. 3ds Max 2008 transforms the creative process. Experience your designs with rendering and animation tools that enable you to see how everything—sun, sky, shadows, people—interact with your building both inside and out. And you can work seamlessly—designs developed in AutoCAD Architecture and Revit Architecture link directly to Autodesk 3ds Max 2008.
New York VectorWorks User Group Meeting
Date: January 23, 2008
Place: 520 8th Avenue, 20th Floor
3Form, New York, NY USA
This presentation will explain the concepts of Workgroup Referencing in Vectorworks. Rick Bernstein, from Three Dimensional Technology, will show how it provides a mechanism to move information from one document to another in a very sophisticated workflow. Time: 6:30pm Contact: Email: vwnyug@ifarchitect.com
Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2008 Workshop
Date: January 24, 2008
Place: Virginia Beach, VA USA
Work hands-on for two hours with 3ds Max software and see how to render such photorealistic design visualizations that your clients and colleagues will literally be at a loss for words. It’s a fact that nothing communicates your design concept to colleagues and clients better than a virtual image. 3ds Max 2008 transforms the creative process. Experience your designs with rendering and animation tools that enable you to see how everything—sun, sky, shadows, people—interact with your building both inside and out. And you can work seamlessly—designs developed in AutoCAD Architecture and Revit Architecture link directly to Autodesk 3ds Max 2008.
Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2008 Workshop
Date: January 25, 2008
Place: Chicago, IL USA
Attend a Free Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2008 Workshop in January. Work hands-on for two hours with 3ds Max software and see how to render such photorealistic design visualizations that your clients and colleagues will literally be at a loss for words. It’s a fact that nothing communicates your design concept to colleagues and clients better than a virtual image. 3ds Max 2008 transforms the creative process. Experience your designs with rendering and animation tools that enable you to see how everything—sun, sky, shadows, people—interact with your building both inside and out. And you can work seamlessly—designs developed in AutoCAD Architecture and Revit Architecture link directly to Autodesk 3ds Max 2008.
Autodesk® Revit® Architecture Workshop
Date: January 25, 2008
Place: Chicago, IL USA
Work hands-on for two hours with Revit Architecture software and see how to reap the competitive advantage of building information modeling (BIM). Your competitors are doing it—shouldn’t you be doing it too? Our workshop will introduce you to the ways in which Revit Architecture helps you get back to doing what you love—designing buildings. Discover how to work holistically in a mirror of the real world, rather than with isolated elements such as floor plans, sections, and elevations. Experience Revit’s parametric change technology in action—watch as any change you make, anytime, anywhere, is automatically coordinated everywhere in your project, in model views, drawing sheets, schedules, sections, plans, you name it. Everything stays coordinated, consistent, and complete—and you can get back to the pure love of design.
Underground Construction Technology (UCT)
Date: January 29 - 31, 2008
Place: Atlanta, GA USA
Welcome to the 14th Annual Underground Construction Technology (UCT) International Conference & Exhibition! UCT 2008 is your passport to the only event focused on the underground utility construction and rehabilitation markets. UCT is entirely dedicated to providing the industry with a forum for dialogue and education concerning all things underground – both trenchless and traditional methods.
Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2008 Workshop
Date: January 31, 2008
Place: Omaha, NE USA
Work hands-on for two hours with 3ds Max software and see how to render such photorealistic design visualizations that your clients and colleagues will literally be at a loss for words. It’s a fact that nothing communicates your design concept to colleagues and clients better than a virtual image. 3ds Max 2008 transforms the creative process. Experience your designs with rendering and animation tools that enable you to see how everything—sun, sky, shadows, people—interact with your building both inside and out. And you can work seamlessly—designs developed in AutoCAD Architecture and Revit Architecture link directly to Autodesk 3ds Max 2008.
BALTIMORE HOME BUILDING AND REMODELING SHOW 2008
Date: February 1 - 3, 2008
Place: Baltimore Convention Center
MD USA
The 10th annual Home Building and Remodeling Show is a consumer home show held at the beautiful Baltimore Convention Center located in the heart of the inner harbor of Baltimore, Maryland.
Autodesk® Revit® Architecture Workshop
Date: February 1, 2008
Place: Omaha, NE USA
Work hands-on for two hours with Revit Architecture software and see how to reap the competitive advantage of building information modeling (BIM). Your competitors are doing it—shouldn’t you be doing it too? Our workshop will introduce you to the ways in which Revit Architecture helps you get back to doing what you love—designing buildings. Discover how to work holistically in a mirror of the real world, rather than with isolated elements such as floor plans, sections, and elevations. Experience Revit’s parametric change technology in action—watch as any change you make, anytime, anywhere, is automatically coordinated everywhere in your project, in model views, drawing sheets, schedules, sections, plans, you name it. Everything stays coordinated, consistent, and complete—and you can get back to the pure love of design.
Autodesk® Revit® MEP Workshop
Date: February 1, 2008
Place: Omaha, NE USA
Work hands-on for two hours with Revit MEP software and see how to reap the competitive advantage of building information modeling. Your competitors are doing it—shouldn’t you be doing it too? Our workshop will introduce you to the ways in which you can use the intuitive, straightforward design process made possible by Revit MEP. Discover how the software treats information in terms of the entire building, linking all mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems within the building information model (BIM). You’ll see how you can get timely feedback on a project’s MEP scope, schedule, and budget; increase coordination through parametric change management; and reduce time, errors, and redesigns by communicating a realistic representation of a building’s MEP engineering systems to your client.
Autodesk® Revit® MEP Workshop
Date: February 8, 2008
Place: Dallas, TX USA
Work hands-on for two hours with Revit MEP software and see how to reap the competitive advantage of building information modeling. Your competitors are doing it—shouldn’t you be doing it too? Our workshop will introduce you to the ways in which you can use the intuitive, straightforward design process made possible by Revit MEP. Discover how the software treats information in terms of the entire building, linking all mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems within the building information model (BIM). You’ll see how you can get timely feedback on a project’s MEP scope, schedule, and budget; increase coordination through parametric change management; and reduce time, errors, and redesigns by communicating a realistic representation of a building’s MEP engineering systems to your client.
Autodesk® Revit® Architecture Workshop
Date: February 8, 2008
Place: Dallas, TX USA
Work hands-on for two hours with Revit Architecture software and see how to reap the competitive advantage of building information modeling (BIM). Your competitors are doing it—shouldn’t you be doing it too? Our workshop will introduce you to the ways in which Revit Architecture helps you get back to doing what you love—designing buildings. Discover how to work holistically in a mirror of the real world, rather than with isolated elements such as floor plans, sections, and elevations. Experience Revit’s parametric change technology in action—watch as any change you make, anytime, anywhere, is automatically coordinated everywhere in your project, in model views, drawing sheets, schedules, sections, plans, you name it. Everything stays coordinated, consistent, and complete—and you can get back to the pure love of design.
The 2008 International Builders' Show® and nextBUILD's™
Date: February 13 - 16, 2008
Place: Orange County Convention Center
Orlando, FL USA
nextBUILD™, formerly tecHOMExpo, features leading-edge home building technologies to give buyers the sophisticated homes they desire, and give builders an edge in the market.
We've got everything you need under one roof. More than 1,900 exhibitors will showcase their latest products and services at the IBS. The Show will also feature almost 300 education sessions or programs designed to help you stay current on industry trends and issues.


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