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BIM Track at BiLT-NA

From July 18 to July 20, 2019

Some of the most popular sessions have already sold out at BILT NA 2019 in Seattle, but there are still some great classes left. Here are a few of our top picks:

  • Construction From a Model in the Wild by Carl Storms from IMAGINiT Technologies: This roundtable discussion looks at the current BIM/VDC workflow to see if it is currently feasible to build from a model, instead of the construction documents.
  • Life after Flux: Workflows for Revit Rhino using Speckle by Yigit Karanfil, from DIALOG: Using the open source project, Speckle, the presenters will demonstrate a workflow that allows for real-time collaboration between Rhino+Grasshopper, and Revit+Dynamo.
  • Panel: Multi-discipline best practices for real-time using Enscape, by Enscape: This session is a multi-disciplinary panel presenting innovative and real-world best practices for architects, engineers, and builders using Enscape for effective communication.
  • AR for Design Coordination Verification by Neil Gordon from BNBuilders: How Augmented Reality was used to validate the design and final coordinated layout of two new mechanical room in a 100-year-old existing art museum.
  • Revit API events: The forgotten power by Dan Tartaglia from NBBJ Design. How many companies take advantage of the power of Revit API events? In this presentation, Dan will look at a number of examples and show the huge value these events have.
  • Making it rain: Achieving, measuring, and presenting ROI to your company by Kelly Cone from ClearEdge3D.  Return on Investment was the boogeyman of the first half of Kelly's career in practice technology. But it doesn't have to be in yours. Properly documented and presented, ROI is how you grow your team and your impact within your company. Come find out how in this lecture!
  • How to Code-ish by Carl Storms from IMAGINiT Technologies. Are you a programmer? No, that is good then, because this is the session for you. In the rapidly changing and evolving AEC industry it has become apparent that having an understanding of how to code, even a little, can be a real advantage. In this session, Carl will explore at resources that can help you learn how to ...code-ish... your way to quick solutions and get back to work.
  • Lessons learned in renovating a JCP into an ASC by Jacob D'Albora from McVeigh & Magnum Engineering. This lecture will be a case study on the MUSC Ambulatory Surgery Center (ASC) in Charleston, SC. This case study will show off the twenty-plus BIM tools and integrations along with the pros and cons of their integrations into an old JC Penny renovated into an ASC.

Check out the full class schedule for more options. Of course, we also hope to meet you in the exhibit hall. Myself, Carland John will be on the BIM Track booth to learn more about your communication processes and all the great new things your team is working on.

- Brodi L. Scott