Revit is a productivity tool of unprecedented proportions. Employing Revit to its fullest potential leads directly to better designs, lower construction costs, greater productivity, more manageable timelines, fewer RFIs and changes, and most of all better buildings. When architects and engineers achieve greater productivity and quality in less time, they profit more.
However, without proper controls, the cost of creating and managing your Revit content can be very significant. Join James A. (Andrew) Arnold, Product Manager, AEC/O SmartBIM Solutions for Reed Construction Data, for an enlightening presentation on shaving the costs of content management.
Who Should Attend
This presentation is intended for the CEOs, Partners, CFOs and BIM Managers of firms using Revit.
About the Presenter
James A. (Andrew) Arnold currently serves as Product Manager, AEC/O SmartBIM Solutions for Reed Construction Data, where he manages the SmartBIM Library and SmartBIM QTO, presently in development. Previously, Andrew served as VP Products for Tectonic Partners, a start-up that was acquired by Reed in 2008. Earlier in his career, he worked for Vertex Design Systems, a start-up where he managed the design and rollout of the Vertex Detailer, an architectural detailing tool, and Electronic CADalogs, product selectors and configurators developed for building product manufacturers. He has also consulted to large property owners in the Computer Aided Facilities Management (CAFM) area. Andrew received his Ph.D. in 2000 from the Department of Construction Management, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Stanford University, where he was a research assistant at the Center for Integrated Facility Engineering (CIFE). He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of Environmental Design, University of California at Berkeley.
Revit User Group: Cut Content Management Costs & Increase Productivity
Learn how to use Revit to its full potential to achieve better designs, lower construction costs, greater productivity, more manageable timelines, fewer RFIs and changes and better buildings.
Location: AIA East Bay Chapter Office, 1405 Clay Street, Oakland.
Contact: To register click here
Cost: None; this program open to all. Lunch provided by Ideate, Inc.
For more information: 510/464-3600