Now more than ever, building industry professionals need to save money, manpower and time with advanced tools and processes proven to increase quality . . . when understood and used properly.
Economic Advantages with Advanced Building Tools webinars provide clear insights to issues that have increased relevance in these uncertain times.
BIM Owner’s Manual - Proven Cost Saving BIM Options for Owners and Developers
October 29, 2008 Wednesday 3 pm eastern REGISTER NOW
October 30, 2008 Thursday 3 pm eastern REGISTER NOW
Learning to Crawl with BIM - A First time BIMmers Guide
Private 20-minute sessions - learn to create a simple BIM, add furniture and land it on Google Earth. REGISTER NOW
For more information see detailed descriptions below.
You can quickly implement the proven benefits of Building Information Models (BIM) in your planning, design, construction and building operations.
Successful creation of BIM strategies and strategic Road Maps are combined with real-world examples by members of the Collaborative BIM Advocates professional network.
Kimon Onuma, FAIA, creator of the award-winning, web-based ONUMA Planning System™ will demonstrate planning processes that have dramatically reduced project schedules, minimized costs and increased quality for owners such as the US Coast Guard and the Smithsonian Institute.
Using BIM to orchestrate design processes that save money will be highlighted through a discussion of the award winning book, “BIG BIM little bim” by Finith Jernigan, AIA.
Harvey Phelps of Virtual Building Logistics will describe his company's extensive experience with cost-saving BIM approaches to planning, design, construction and facility management benefit owners.
Intended for building owners and the professionals who serve them, the “BIM Owners Manual” webinar will allow service providers and clients to come together TODAY to begin mapping a common understanding of these new tools and processes, and forming collaborative partnerships to improve productivity and profitability.
Legal Cost Savings with IPD-3
Integrated Projects in 3D: Decisions, Design & Delivery
October 29, 2008 Wednesday 3 pm eastern
90 minutes for $220 per office, so pack your conference room with collaborative team members
50 – 60 minutes of presentation and 30 – 40 minutes of Q&A
James L. Salmon, Esq. will reveal initial and long-term cost saving opportunities through sophisticated collaborative legal agreements that support Integrated Projects in 3D through the intelligent and effective use of Building Information Models (BIM) and Lean Construction methods.
The “3D” in the presentation represents:
Decisions – Legal decisions enabled by IPD3 Contracts save time and money, and improve quality;
Design – BIM based designs enabled by IPD3 Contracts save time and money, and improve quality; and,
Delivery – Lean Construction methods enabled by IPD3 Contacts save time and money, and improve quality.
This new generation of legal agreements are solution oriented rather than dispute focused.
Reducing Project Costs with BIM
October 30, 2008 Thursday 3 pm eastern
90 Minutes for $220 so pack your conference room with collaborative team members
A “Cliff Notes” 30-minute overview of "BIG BIM little bim" focused on benefits to Estimators followed by a 60 minute demonstration and Q&A with Finith Jeringan.
In this 2-part presentation, you will receive many benefits including:
- 2 copies of “BIG BIM little bim” a $59.90 value - sign up by Oct. 15 and recieve autographed copies
- A “Cliff Notes” 30-minute overview of "BIG BIM little bim" focused on benefits to Estimators followed by a 60 minute demonstration and Q&A with Finith Jeringan.
- a 1-hour demonstration/discussion with Finith Jernigan, AIA seven days after the preview presentation
- the chance to email your specific questions to the author who will answer selected questions from callers as part of his presentation/discussion
- As a special offer to attendees, Finith Jernigan, AIA will reduce his minimum consultation time to 30 minutes for people who want their firm to have customized web session for $125 anytime before the end of the year
20/20 on BIM – Learning to Crawl with BIM
A custom session to create a simple BIM, add furniture and land it on Google Earth.
The exercise is intended as an eye-opener for individuals new to web-based BIM or those who want to see how skeptical professionals can be quickly shown transformative processes that are easily implemented.
For questions or assistance, please
call James L. Salmon at
859-441-6033 or 859-802-1118 or Michael Bordenaro at (773) 252 5888.
For more detailed information about the sponsors and presenters please visit the websites below!
Collaborative Construction Resources
Virtual Building Logistics