Wednesday, June 29, 2011

BIM Breakfast Scheduled in July

Welcome to the Collaborative Revolution!

Planning for the Second IPD Round Table series is underway and BIM Breakfast participants are welcome to join the discussion.  The focus will be on Public Private Partnerships and leveraging IPD, BIM and lean processes in the oil & gas industry.  The next Collaborative BIM Breakfast is scheduled for 7:00 a.m. next Thursday July, 7, 2011.

We will meet on the MAIN FLOOR of the American Book Building located at 300 Pike Street, Cincinnati 45202.  Once all are present we will move downstairs, get breakfast and grab a table.  This is an intimate small group meeting and we delve into the nuts and bolts of IPD, BIM and lean processes in detail.  Bring a friend or a client and join us!

For those who drive, turn RIGHT on to Pike Street near the end of 5th Street as it leaves downtown Cincinnati and follow Pike Street STRAIGHT until it dead ends into Third Street.  The main entrance to the American Book Building will be on your LEFT as you go down Pike Street towards Third Street.  At Third Street turn LEFT and go about 200' and then turn RIGHT into the parking lot beneath the I-471 On-Ramp Overpass.  Jot down your license plate number and record it at the front desk and you will not be charged for parking.

Organizations whose members have a stake in the AEC Industry are encouraged to forward information about the Collaborative BIM Breakfast meetings to their members and to encourage those members to attend.  The breakfast meetings and any subsequent IPD Round Table discussions are designed to stimulate cross disciplinary conversations among like minded professionals interested in integrated project delivery (IPD) building information modeling (BIM) and lean business processes.  If you have any questions please do not hesitate to call.

James L. Salmon, Esq.
Collaborative Construction
300 Pike Street
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Office 513-721-5672
Fax 513-562-4388
Cell 512-630-4446
JamesLSalmon@gmailcom
Collaborative Construction Website
Sustainable Land Development International

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